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TIA seeks up to 2 interns paid, to provide support to TIA departments in its Alexandria, VA office (King Street Metro Station). Candidates must have interest in transportation and logistics. Internship activities may consist of general research and analysis on transportation logistics issues and regulations, and general office duties as needed. Interns will be able to participate in the TIA Annual Policy Forum on June 5-6, 2018 in Washington, DC.
Departmental Descriptions - Interns will be placed with and work on projects established by the following departments within TIA:
Summary: Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the professional organization of the $167 billion third-party logistics industry. Transportation intermediaries, or third-party logistics companies (3PL), act as the facilitators to arrange the efficient and economical movement of goods between cargo ships, airplanes, trucks, rail, warehouses, and store shelves. TIA member companies serve tens of thousands of shippers and play a key role in domestic and international commerce.
TIA represents over 1,700 member companies. Over 70 percent of these member companies are small, family-owned businesses. TIA is the only organization representing transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials and international organizations and is the U.S. member of the International Federation of Freight Forwarder Association (FIATA).
Traditionally, transportation intermediaries have been primarily non-asset based companies who arrange logistics for shippers often utilizing sophisticated software and their extensive expertise in the transportation industry. Today, many also invest in assets such as trucks, aircraft, warehouses, and consolidation centers so that they can offer a more comprehensive range of services.
Transportation intermediaries must be federally licensed to operate in the United States. Companies involved in the trucking industry are licensed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) of the United States Department of Transportation as either brokers or freight forwarders. Transportation intermediaries involved in ocean transportation are licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission to operate as either a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) or freight forwarder. Transportation intermediaries involved in airfreight must register as an indirect air carrier with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). No license or authority is required to operate as an Intermodal marketing company.
TIA members adhere to the only mandatory Code of Ethics in the transportation industry. Members have always been committed to the highest level of professionalism by adhering to this Code. In addition, TIA members have adopted strict best practices by participating in the Performance Certified Program. Now the leaders in the industry have signed up for another level of commitment to their customers. Through the Performance Certified Program, TIA members put money behind that commitment. Shippers, carriers, and other 3PLs doing business with the Performance Certified members have their payments protected.
Qualifications vary by opportunity.
Summary: Booz Allen Hamilton has been at the forefront of strategy and technology for more than 100 years Today, the firm provides management and technology consulting and engineering services to leading Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and not-for-profits across the globe. Booz Allen partners with public and private sector clients to solve their most difficult challenges through a combination of consulting, analytics, mission operations, technology, systems delivery, cybersecurity, engineering and innovation expertise.
Summary: Atlantic Media offers high-achieving recent college graduates a unique opportunity to participate in the Atlantic Media Fellowship Program. The Program is a structured, year-long paid fellowship for top-tier talent committed to editorial-side or business-side careers in media. Each year we look forward to our new class of Fellows, who add a fresh perspective and new ideas to our company initiatives. As a digital-first company, we have experienced tremendous growth as a result of emphasis on digital initiatives, and our Fellows have been key contributors.
Over twenty Atlantic Media Fellows will be placed in areas of the Company, including but not limited to: Analytics, Client Services, Communications & PR, Design, Editorial, Events, Finance, Marketing, Product Management, Research, Sales, Strategy, and Video.
Eligibility: The undergraduate opportunity is open to students who are enrolled on at least a half-time basis, or accepted for enrollment, in a qualifying degree program or certificate program of a high school, accredited college or university. The graduate student opportunity is open to graduate students who are enrolled on at least a half-time basis, or accepted for enrollment, in a qualifying graduate degree program of an accredited college or university.
Summary: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is seeking high potential students to assist in a variety of research and ad hoc projects. You will serve as a student trainee receiving on-the-job training to provide support on various initiatives including market research; creation of a shared electronic knowledge management structure; and other essential start-up activities within the office(s). You will perform assignments under the close supervision of a higher level analyst.
CFPB is looking for Summer Student Interns in the following divisions (offices):
Summary: The American Bankers Association is the united voice of America's hometown bankers-small, regional and large banks that together employ more than 2 million women and men, hold nearly $17 trillion in assets, safeguard $13 trillion in deposits and extend more than $9 trillion in loans.
ABA believes that government policies should recognize the industry's diversity. Laws and regulations should be tailored to correspond to a bank's charter, business model, hometown markets and risk profile. This policymaking approach avoids the negative economic consequences of burdensome, unsuitable and inefficient bank regulation.
Internship opportunities vary by need, but include areas such as: Marketing & Events, Endorsed Solutions, Human Resources, Banking Insurance Council, Operations, Information Technology, Communications, Political Engagement, and many others!
Summary:The Federal Reserve Board provides students avenues of opportunity for career success. The Board's Avenues Internship Program is designed to provide valuable work experience for undergraduate and graduate students considering careers in economics, finance and accounting, information systems, law, and other areas. The Board believes that by combining academic endeavors with project-related work experience, qualified and capable college students can gain the practical knowledge needed in a competitive global job market.
Generally, one-year assignments or summer-only opportunities are available. Other assignment lengths may also be considered. Undergraduate students may be invited back for a period during their graduate program if requested by their host division.