Posted June 12th
Instructional Design Intern Opportunity for Roosevelt University Student or Graduate
Aux Sable Liquid Products
Aux Sable’s vision is to be a market leader in the midstream gas processing and NGL industry within selected regions of North America where Aux Sable can profitably develop and expand competitive advantages.
Aux Sable was established as a key part of the Alliance-Aux Sable dense phase gas system that commenced operation on December 1, 2000. Two companies were established, one in the U.S. (Aux Sable Liquid Products or “ASLP” located in Channahon, Illinois) and one in Canada (Aux Sable Canada or “ASC” located in Calgary, Alberta) to manage the natural gas liquids (NGLs) business associated with the Alliance Pipeline.
The Instructional Designer Intern collaborates with the Learning & Development staff and other identified resources to design, develop and evaluate the highest level of quality instructor-led and eLearning course material for exempt and non-exempt employees in the US and Canada Aux Sable locations.
This position will assist HR and Learning & Development in all facets of the building and deployment of the Learning@AuxSable offerings. The Instructional Designer Intern will help recommend the best sources of external education/training and support the monitoring and reporting of class participation and the effectiveness of training programs.
Bachelor’s degree in related area
Applicant’s course work should have a focus in Training and Development, Instructional Design, or a closely related field.
Must have at least a 3.0 GPA or better
Successful completion of TRDV451 (Instructional Systems Design) and TRDV 422 (Adult Learning Theory and Application) with a B or better
Preferred completion of the following courses with a B or better:
TRDV 411 Instructional Methods and Delivery
TRDV 439 E-Learning Course Design
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
Knowledge of and experience with Articulate software is desired, but not required.
$15 to $20 hourly rate
No travel required
Minimum 20 work hours at the Morris location required
Internship to last three to four months, with the possibility of extension
Please email cover letter and resume to Jessica Kiska, HR Coordinator at email@example.com sted May 7th
Instructional Design Internship- Walsh Construction, Chicago
The Walsh Construction Department of Career Development is seeking an individual to assist with our instructional design and training initiatives. This person will assist in the design of classroom and eLearning training opportunities, and be expected to work 40 hours per week through the Summer. An opportunity for part time work continuing after the Summer period also exists.
Applicants should be majoring in Training and Development, Instructional Design, or a closely related field. Knowledge of instructional design and adult learning principles is preferred. Knowledge of Experience with Articulate software is desired, but not required.
Interested applicants should forward their resume and cover letter to:
More information about Walsh can be found at www.walshgroup.com
E-Learning for Kids: Professional Instructional Design Volunteers Needed
Do you have time to volunteer your instructional design skills over a three-month period? If so, e-Learning for Kids, a global nonprofit foundation who reached over 4.5 million children in 190 countries in 2012 (with approximately 50 percent usage in the U.S.) with its free courseware, needs your help. The goal is to finish 20+ lessons for Mathworld—a virtual world for learning Math in the context of different countries and continents—and to begin the development of 200+ courses for Scienceworld. To date more than 300 lessons have been launched from volunteers who have similarly contributed in the past! To learn more and participate, please fill out the volunteer form, or visit http://www.e-learningforkids.org to learn more about the foundation.
Instructional Design Intern-Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago- Chicago, IL
he Technology Training Services (TTS) department provides targeted technology training programs that support employees in effectively using technology to perform their work. As an Instructional Design Intern, you will begin working on instructional projects starting from Day 1 and will get a chance to provide support services that enable functional work teams to effectively adopt technology to improve the way they work using technology applications.
Duties and Responsibilities
You will get to:
• Assist with instructional design and development of job support aids, online courseware for delivery on our Intranet and Learning Management System.
• Use instructional design and adult learning principles to design and deliver instructional programs to employees
• Develop technical assets for training projects in standard e-learning development technologies
• Write and edit instructional content in storyboard
• Manage customizations and enhancements to internal SharePoint site
• Manage the design, delivery and execution of a technology training project delivered to employees
Intern- Instructional Design- McDonald’s Corporation, Chicago, IL
McDonald’s Hamburger University is a world-class provider of corporate training. It exists for the purpose of maximizing employees’ abilities and potential through leadership training and development. It is located on the McDonald’s Campus in Oak Brook, IL. During your internship with the US Training, Learning, and Development Department, you will have a variety of developmental opportunities in addition to the opportunity to work on exciting projects.
Spring 2013 Internship Opportunity
The Arlington Heights Park District is seeking a Training Development intern to assist in the development of a variety of training modules and related materials.
Internship applicants should be majoring in Training and Development, Instructional Design, or a closely related field. A good knowledge of instructional design and training development software is needed. Experience with Articulate software is preferred.
The internship is paid ($8.25 per hour) and will run 10-12 weeks, depending on the intern’s school semester. The daytime hours can be flexible and will average about 16 hours a week.
Interested internship applicants should submit their resumes and a short (up to one page) letter explaining what they hope to gain through this internship opportunity.
Please send your resume and letter by January 31, 2013 to:
Ms. Nancy Aldrich
Superintendent of Human Resources
Arlington Heights Park District
410 N. Arlington Heights Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Or, you may email your materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.