Please check back for student internship opportunities. Most internships are held over the summer term, but on occasion, opportunities arise during the fall or spring terms. For more information on how internships work, please contact our Program Coordinator, Tara Hawkins.
Intern – Instructional Designer
Federal Reserve Bank
District’s IT Training Team is a system leader in providing learning solutions that focus on learning design, business partners’ needs, Bank’s culture and our employees’ learning experience. TTS provides the following:
A wide range services to Bank departments and supports training on technology applications for all Bank staff.
Develops and delivers instructor-led and web-based learning solutions on the optimization and use of Bank technologies and processes.
Partners and consults with business departments to support, develop, and deliver learning solutions that foster organizational effectiveness.
Learning Design Internship
SP Plus Corporation
SP Plus Corporation provides professional parking, ground transportation, facility maintenance and event logistics services to property owners and managers in all markets of the real estate industry. SP+ has nine operating groups, each of which focuses exclusively on the idiosyncrasies and specific needs of a single vertical market. The Company has more than 22,000 employees. Through our SP+ Parking, Standard Parking and Central Parking brands, we operate over 3,900 parking facilities and over 2.1 million parking spaces in hundreds of cities across North America, including parking-related and shuttle bus operations serving more than 75 airports. USA Parking System, a wholly-owned subsidiary, is one of the nation’s premier valet operators, serving more four and five diamond luxury hotels and resorts than any other operator.
The Learning Design intern will support the Learning and Development Team and will assist the Director, L&D with the enhancement and redesign of current courses for expanded use across all SP+ locations. The intern will work with the eLearning Designer to gain an understanding of the education and technical requirements. The intern will assist in keeping stakeholders informed throughout the design and development process through scheduled reviews. Once materials are approved, content is developed and delivered in its final state, which may include online presentations, audio and video sessions, interactive tools and eLearning modules. Responsibilities Work collaboratively with the eLearning Designer in the design, development, and delivery of online learning solutions • Assist in the course development process • Assist in the production of audio and video files • Review design documentation, storyboards, Beta software, and other internal/vendor deliverables, with the goal of ensuring alignment to course objectives • Coordinate with the planning and deployment of courses • Assist with needs assessments
• Strong communication skills, including written, oral, and listening strengths. • Self-motivated, Extremely Organized and Detail Oriented, Dynamic and Effective Communicator, and Team Player. • Computer software competency, particularly with Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, and Google Applications. • Ability to work independently and track milestones and meet project quality expectations. • Knowledge of eLearning Authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline. • Third or fourth year Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree candidate in Instructional Design, Instructional or Educational Technology, Communications, or related field.