2024 internships have started posting!
The Campus Greensboro Fellows Program is a competitive summer program that includes a paid industry internship and opportunities to build your network, enhance your professional development, engage in the community, and explore Greensboro as a place to thrive as a young professional.
Through the Fellows Program you will:
- Gain industry experience through a paid internship
- Unlock leadership potential during a 2-day training
- Network with business and community leaders throughout our city
- Match with a mentor to assist you in your professional goals
- Engage with other Campus Greensboro Fellows
The program partners with dozens of employers in the Greensboro area, from global corporations to nonprofits to start-ups, to provide these opportunities. Here you can find a list of the current and previous internship hosts who have partnered with Campus Greensboro.
If you accept an internship through the Campus Greensboro Fellows Program, you become a Fellow and in addition to your internship, you will attend several events, trainings, and workshops with a cohort of high-achieving peers. It is an amazing way for you to build your network, differentiate yourself, and enhance your career opportunities.
Internships and Job Postings are Open Now
Night Auditor - Clarion Pointe Greensboro Airport
Application Deadline: 6/27/2024 11:59 PM | Night Auditor responsibilities include checking in guests, handling their requests and taking reservations. The Night Auditor also reconciles all accounts, processes invoices and prepares […]
Intern - Corporate Finance - Cone Health
Application Deadline: 5/1/2024 11:59 PM | OverviewOur corporate finance team is comprised of multiple departments where you will have the opportunity to gain experience in financial reporting, payroll and account payable. This position will focus […]
Intern - BioMedical Engineer - Cone Health
Application Deadline: 5/1/2024 11:59 PM | Overview The BioMedical Engineer Intern gains on the job training by shadowing experienced clinical engineers, biomedical engineers, lab engineers, and radiology engineers and under the close supervision of […]
Intern - Philanthropy - Cone Health
Application Deadline: 5/1/2024 11:59 PM | OverviewPOSITION DESCRIPTIONReporting directly to a Philanthropy Officer, this individual will be responsible for helping with the day-to-day operations around the Office of Philanthropy at Cone Health. This […]
Intern - Telecomm Field Engineer (IT) - Cone Health
Application Deadline: 5/1/2024 11:59 PM | OverviewJob SummaryFocuses on installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing telecommunications infrastructure equipment. The individual will need to be able to communicate effectively with […]
Intern - Health Economics - Cone Health
Application Deadline: 5/1/2024 11:59 PM | OverviewThe Cone Health CORE Internship offers pre-doctoral candidates an opportunity to conduct research and analyses needed to identify opportunities that improve quality and cost of care for our patients […]
Intern - Health Information Management (HIM) - Cone Health
Application Deadline: 5/1/2024 11:59 PM | OverviewReporting to the Executive Director of Health Information Management and the Associate Directors of HIM, this individual will be assisting in the development and implementation of various projects […]
Intern - Health Equity - Cone Health
Application Deadline: 5/1/2024 11:59 PM | OverviewReporting to Assistant Director, Healthy Communities, the individual will be responsible for providing support to both internal programing (Brito Food Program) and community-based programming (CATCH […]
You will submit a resume as part of each internship application you complete. We strongly encourage you to visit your college/university’s career services office for assistance with your resume and other application materials. Below are a few high-level tips to get you started:
- Format: Your resume should ideally be one page and should be consistent in font, spacing, etc. Do not include photos, graphics, or colors on your resume. It should be simple and easy to read.
- Relevant Experience: Your resume should include your experiences and skills that are relevant to the internship to which you are applying. Employers scan your resume for 6 seconds on average. Help them find the information they are looking for by tailoring your resume to the position.
- Proofread: Misspellings and grammatical errors in your resume can land you in the rejection pile. Typos and errors may imply that you didn’t check your work and/or are not taking the application process seriously. Be sure to proofread and ask someone else to proofread!