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  • Allaire Village Inc.

    History Internship – Historical research and developing historical scripts for interpreting and conveying various aspects of the village’s history and the buildings within the historic village to the public. During the 1830s, Allaire was the largest iron-producing factory town in the entire State of New Jersey, providing raw material iron to James P. Allaire’s steam engine factory in NYC and finished products to the commodity markets. The village’s history sits at the crossroads of the industrial revolution, mechanical age, and birth of modern transportation by land and sea. Work with the Museum’s Director of Historical Interpretation and Programming to enhance the history of current historical sites/buildings and work on the development of new historical areas to be interpreted at the village, with emphasis on engaging interactive activities. This program offers the intern to gain exposure to research methods, presentation, public speaking, visitor engagement, and the development of history on the local and national scale.

    Public Relations/Communications/Marketing Internship – Works with seasoned professionals to enhance social media, print media, and website platforms to “market” and bring in new audiences to events and programs. Help to develop and establish “customer service” and “visitor experience” guidelines and protocol at the Historic Village at Allaire, a 40 acre living history museum, complete with 13 historic buildings. Intern works with the Event & Marketing Coordinator and Director of Historical Interpretation and Museum Programming. Looks to establish “methods” and the most effective ways of communicating to current and prospective patrons of the museum.

    Operations Internship – main aspect of any business is ensuring smooth operations with sound processes and procedures in place to produce a good product or deliverable. As a museum we look at operations in terms of event planning, finding and sourcing sponsors/donors to support our business, and ensuring the museum is financially viable and sustainable. Intern has the opportunity to work with a seasoned CPA who was a former CFO for a top tech firm in NYC. Examine and explore aspects of museum operations to ensure positive cashflow from various sources (events, facility rentals, sponsors). Help assist with developing a framework for seasonal events to ensure financial viability of the business, as well as measurements for success (or challenges encountered). Help perform financial analysis and develop financial projections.

    Start Date of Internships: Internships can have a start date any time between May and July 15th. Internships are usually scheduled for 3 weeks, and can be tailored to hours needed by intern.

    Hours are flexible, but can be done Monday to Saturday, between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm.

    Contact Hance M. Sitkus, CPA (732-919-3500 Ext 15)

  • Clark Law Firm, PC

    Filing, Typing, Work with support staff, Performs legal assistant duties as requested, and other duties and tasks necessary for the proper operation of the office as may be needed from time to time. The hours are negotiable.

    Contact Andrea Sousa, 732-443-0333
  • Transizion

    Transizion is a college prep startup based in Washington, DC. We service clients from all over the world via boot camps on college essay writing, SAT/ACT test prep, college and internship interviewing, resume and cover letter writing, college selection, and college application reviews. At the end of every year, we donate a portion of profits to low-income students and veterans in need of college prep and career development assistance.

    This internship is for students curious about startup operations, email outreach and campaigning, and SEO. You’ll get to learn about MailChimp, link building, billing, proofreading blog posts, and other operations that help a young business grow.

    You will definitely learn more about the college process that you’ll be a part of as you become seniors.

    Hours: At least 20 hours of work, and as needed after you hit that benchmark. Should be able to dedicate 2 hours per week. This is remote work — you’ll need to be good with email, open to learning new programs, and have a computer.

    Internship would begin and end at your convenience.

    Contact info: Please personally contact me at

    Jason Patel, (732) 407-5082

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  • Monmouth University

    DEPARTMENT: Athletics

    SUPERVISOR: Rich Carragher

    TITLE: Event Staff


    • Assist the Athletics Event Manager with game operation duties. Duties include, but are not limited to:

    • venue set-up and breakdown

    • supervising the following student positions: o parking attendants

    o ticket takers

    o seat ushers

    o sellers of programs and merchandise.

    • Act as a ball runner for outdoor games.

    • Assisting Housekeeping with post-game cleanup is also required.

    • Help to make home athletic events operate in a first class manner.

    • Other duties as assigned.

    JOB REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS DESIRED: Must be able to work all home football games, along with other home sporting events based upon availability. Customer service skills and teamwork are a must. This position requires interaction with spectators. Business dress code for all home basketball games.

    ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Lunch provided for working football games, track meets, and conference tournament games held on campus.

    hours for Summer are 10:00 AM-5:00 PM Monday through Friday.

    Contact Rich Carragher, 732-571-3675


  • Crypto Core Capital Investments, LLC

    Over the course of six weeks, interns will be tasked with researching and analyzing established cryptocurrencies and upcoming ICOs for the purpose of investment. Interns will also send informational packets to potential investors on a day-to-day basis. Understanding of blockchain technology is preferred but not required. Hours are flexible, but interns should be prepared to devote 3 hours per weekend for research and market analysis. A one week orientation will be provided prior to the start date of June 17, 2018.

    If there are any additional inquiries, contact Joe via cell phone #732-718-7330.

  • Cantor Fitzgerald
    39 Ave at the Commons-suite 205, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
    Institutional Fixed Income Sales
    Contact Jim McHugh, 732-233-9163
  • ShopRite of Carteret

    Internship will mostly focus on our online shopping area. Customer interaction and interact with technology to assist with shopping customer orders. Hours will be 9am to 5pm and any dates.

    Contact Jonathan D’Orsi, 9089025768
  • Ear, Nose & Throat of Freehold, LLC
    If interested in medicine or medical office operations etc. can shadow doctor and experience real life medical practice as business.
    Contact Mark Roessler, DO, FAOCOO, 732-677-3780
  • CrossCountry Mortgage

    The internship would take place at our office at 960 Holmdel Road, Holmdel, NJ (right around the corner!). As a member of our team, the student would be given an introduction to business environment that focuses on structure, accountability, and exposure to multiple aspects of the mortgage industry.

    Potential would be weekdays between the hours of 9:00AM-5:00PM, depending on what the rules/regulations are for internship programs per our company policies. It could be (5) half days, (2-3) full days, etc.

    – Dialing for events, customer referrals, and new meetings
    – Database management
    – Customer support and introduction to processing/operations

    Dates Available – June 2018 – August 2018

    * Both the branch manager and myself (point of contact) are CBA alumni and would be the student’s direct point of contact and manager.

    Contact Nick Montani – CBA 2009, 908-216-5008
  • Relish, Hot Dog & Sausage Co.
    Counter Help
    Contact Martin Birdsall, 732-223-7600
  • SEMGeeks, Digital Agency & Consultants
    Admin Help
    Contact Martin Birdsall, 732-223-6700
  • Ish Entertainment

    Students can email me, Joe Mancino (Vice President of Development), at – They can apply directly by including a resume/cover letter, or feel free to shoot me a message to chat about any questions (about internship or industry).

    [full internship posting copied below]

    *Company Description*
    Ish Entertainment ( is a New York City based TV Production company started by Michael Hirschorn, who prior to founding Ish, was the head of programming at VH1. Since then, Ish Entertainment has produced dozens of series and specials for multiple networks and digital outlets, including MTV, VH1, Oxygen, CMT, Style, Sundance, WE, Lifetime, OWN, Travel Channel, and Comedy Central. Ish won an Emmy in 2015 for an MTV documentary, “Laverne Cox presents: The T Word,” on the struggles of trans youth. Ish’s recent projects include feature length investigative documentary “Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee” for Showtime, which was directed by Oscar-nominee Nanette Burstein and premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and Tidal’s breakthrough scripted series “Money and Violence”, which was produced by Lionsgate. Current projects include a documentary on election hacking for HBO, a series on the history of food for Travel Channel, and a political stand-up series for Comedy Central. Upcoming projects include a theatrical documentary on the world’s most famous transsexual supermodel, Andreja Pejic, a game show at NBC, a documentary series on Iran and art with Blumhouse, and scripted and unscripted projects at Netflix, Starz, Hulu, and FX.

    Ish Entertainment is seeking interns for 2-3 days a week (types of internships below). We develop and produce and non-scripted television, scripted television, feature-length documentaries, as well as digital content. The internship will provide a 13-week lesson plan for all interns that will cover all aspects of television production for both scripted and unscripted projects, from development to production to post-production. The curriculum will include lectures from guests and internal discussions, culminating with the intern pitching an original idea to the CEO and the Vice President of Development at Ish.

    —> Development/Production Intern
    Primary responsibility of our interns will be to assist in research and development of projects, support the production staff on set, and help with pre-production responsibilities.

    —> Post Production Intern
    Primary responsibilities of our interns will be to assist in the post production department, working with the post manager and coordinator to help with work flow, learn about the post production process from ingestion to exporting, and to support the team with the deliverables of projects.

    —> Production Finance Intern
    Primary responsibilities of our interns will be to assist the finance department with cash flow, reconciliation, and learn from the accounting department on the intricacies of production finance.

    We ask that our interns be bright, organized, motivated, professional, have a passion for film and television, and a willingness to learn. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Adobe, Avid, and Final Draft are not required but helpful. The purpose of this internship is NOT for our interns to provide free labor and fetch coffee. Instead, we are committed to having our interns learn about the entertainment industry and receiving the tools and knowledge that will help find employment in the future.

    There’s no “average” day for us as a business and so, there isn’t an “average” day for our interns either. Interns can expect to do a lot of research for existing show ideas, brainstorm new ones, help with production paperwork, assist on set, meet with outside producers/networks, provide coverage for scripts, provide feedback for cuts of shows, etc.

    *Applicants are REQUIRED to obtain school credit for this internship*

    Salary: Unpaid (School Credit Only)
    Hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm daily (with a half hour lunch break)
    Days: 2 to 3 days per week

    Contact Joe Mancino, 732-275-4623

  • Shore Wellness Center

    Private practice outpatient orthopedic physical therapy office. Observational hours available.

    Contact person: Michael Santamaria,  732-660-1560


  • Premier/ Pegasus Student Assistant Program

    This program is designed to give high school students an authentic educational experience in a real world theatre setting. Students will be involved in facets of theatre that are not typically explored in the classroom to give them an understanding of the intricacies of all of the non-acting roles in a production.

    Whenever possible, Student Assistants will be involved in the entire aspect of the process from beginning to end. It is the hope that, upon completion, a Student Assistant has a working understanding of the entire scope of the specific position they were assigned to.

    Procedures/Scope of Work:
    Basic procedures:
    – Student Assistant duties will begin as soon as they are appointed as intern of the show.
    – All Student Assistants will be given clear educational goals and are to be considered part of the team. While they are not equals, they are also not “errand runners” or “free labor.”
    – The responsibilities given are meant to serve as a guideline and, hopefully, a minimum. It is expected that Student Assistants will be involved as much as talent and commitment allows

    – Student assistants will meet, as a group, several times before, during and after the production to make sure all parties are meeting their responsibilities as well as to allow time for the students to work together and foster relationships.
    –  There are 9 specific roles available.  Detailed descriptions are available upon request.

    Student Assistant Director
    Student Assistant Stage Manager
    Student Assistant Technical Director 
    Student Assistant Costumer
    Student Assistant House Manager
    Student Assistant Music Director
    Student Assistant Choreographer
    Student Marketing Assistant
    Student Development Assistant

    At the end of each production, there will be evaluations filled out by the Director and Premier Production Member to evaluate the performance of the Student Assistant as well as the success of the program.

    Contact Marcos Orozco


  • Monmouth County Clerk's Office
    Internships at the Monmouth County Clerk’s Office are available to junior and senior high school students, as well as full-time undergraduate students who are from Monmouth County, pursuing degrees in Government, Political Science, Archival Science, Communications, History, Business, Graphic Design, or related fields.
    Applicants must submit a cover letter and their resume to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
    Qualifications Include:
    • Excellent written and oral communication, and analytical and evaluative skills
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
    • Familiarity with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr and YouTube
    • Willingness to embrace a high-volume work environment with multiple projects and deadlines
    • Highly organized and motivated, ability to pay serious attention to detail
    • Access to reliable transportation
    • Experience in graphic design is a big plus, but not required.