The School of Business and Public Administration makes every effort to support the success and growth of all students. With programs designed to meet the needs of businesses of every size and industry, BPA students and graduates are well-prepared to address the challenging issues facing businesses and organizations in our region.
We have built and continue to maintain strong relationships with local business, government and nonprofit agencies throughout Kern County. It is with these relationships that we are able to offer BPA students Internship and Job Opportunities specific to their chosen careers and in return those business retain highly qualified interns and future employees.
Psychiatric Medical Practitioners, Inc. (PMPI) is an innovative Tele-Health company in a service-based industry, providing psychiatric medication management services to remote areas in California for mental health clients. We provide medication management services for patients with limited access to specialty care, primarily in hard to reach areas through secure video conferencing equipment. Since 2003, we have been providing these services successfully to clinics throughout the state of California are continuously expanding. We are looking to hire a part-time intern that could potentially turn into a permanent paid position.
How to apply:
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Student Internship Opportunity - Fall 2018, Spring 2019
The Office of Admissions and Records at CSU Bakersfield provides support and services to the university community. Services and support range from working with students, staff, and faculty community as well as the external community. The office is engaged with all students during their academic career from the applicant stage, through enrollment, and progression toward graduation.
We are currently seeking a Graduate Student Intern - Business Analyst to join the office of Admissions and Records serving as a project intern. The project intern will participate in the development of a general operations manual for the department in various operational areas of Admissions and Records with the objectives including gathering requirements for procedures, designing standard and uniform approaches to new procedures, and identifying cross-dependencies of department functions within the university.
Qualifications and Experience
This internship is a paid position, at up to $12.00 per hour, up to 20 hours per week.
For additional details and submission requirements, apply through the Center for Community Engagement and Career Education (CECE), www.csub.edu/cece and access the Handshake link on the page as a student.