The official traineeship scheme of the European Commission  is a traineeship program providing official training in the European Commission .     Aimed at young university graduates ,  it has-been running since 1960 and is the biggest traineeship program in the world.  Traineeships, qui start in October or March and last five months,  are the carried out in a Directorate-General or a department of the Commission, in a Commissioner’s Cabinet , or in sacrifice part of European Union ‘ S executive bodies and agencies .  The program is managed by a dedicated Traineeships Office Within DG EAC , with an annual budget of € 7 million,  That Runs a selection procedure to recruit Approximately 600 trainees (also called Expired Blue Book stagiaries ) For Each traineeship period.  Continue reading “Traineeship scheme of the European Commission”
Drexel University is a private research university with three campuses in Philadelphia . It was founded in 1891 by Anthony J. Drexel , a financial and philanthropist . Founded as Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry ; It was renamed Drexel Institute of Technology in 1936, before assuming the name Drexel University in 1970.
As of 2015, more than 26,000 students are enrolled in over 70 undergraduate programs and more than 100 master’s, doctoral, and professional programs at the university.  Drexel’s Cooperative Education Program (co-op) is a unique aspect of the school’s degree programs, offering students the opportunity to gain up to 18 months of paid, full-time work experience in their undergraduate major or graduate Degree program prior to graduation.
Employment is a relationship entre two parts , usually based were contract Where work is paid for, Where one party, qui May be a corporation , for profit , not-for-profit organization , co-operative or other entity is the use and the Other is the employee .  Employees work in return for payment , which may be in the form of an hourly wage, by piecework or an annual salary , depending on the type of work. Employees in some fields or sectors may receive gratuities , Bonus payment or stock options . In some types of employment, employees may receive benefits in addition to payment. Benefits can include health insurance , housing , disability insurance or use of a gym. Employment is typically governed by employment laws or regulations or legal contracts. Continue reading “Employment”
Sponsored by NASA ‘s Earth Science Applied Sciences Program. Headquartered at Langley Research Center , DEVELOP has teams at twelve locations around the country, one in Nepal and one in Mexico . Participants work with advisers and mentors to learn about the application of NASA Earth Science and remote sensing during three 10-week terms each year. Continue reading “NASA DEVELOP National Program”
Franklin Police and Fire High School is a high school in the Phoenix Union High School District , Phoenix, Arizona , United States. The campus is located at 1645 West McDowell Road, in Phoenix, Arizona. Franklin’s enrollment is ~ 300 students and hosts 9-12 graders. Phoenix Union’s Franklin Police and Fire High School is the first of its kind in the nation, offering a high school education and a head start to a career in public safety. Public Safety Professionals in the City of Phoenix, and its programs and services. Continue reading “Franklin Police and Fire High School”
Extreme Blue is IBM’s first internship program for both graduate and undergraduate students ; IBM employment due to the significant effort put into placement of the interns.
Extreme Blue was created in 1999 by Jane Harper. [ Citation needed ] It was at the Lotus Software site in Cambridge, Massachusetts . In 2003, Extreme Blue participants filed 98 patents . 
In 2007, 10,000 applications were received for 92 positions in the US; Over 10,000 students applied for 220 positions worldwide. At the 2008 National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) award ceremony, the UK Extreme Blue program received the “Over 250 Employees – short term placement” award.  In 2009, according to Extreme Blue Manager, over 10,000 applications were received for fewer than 50 US positions. [ Citation needed ]
Since its inception, the program has expanded to include 15 active international locations. [ Citation needed ]
Extreme Blue uses IBM engineers, interns, and business managers to develop new products and services. Each summer an Extreme Blue team also works on a project. These projects involve rapid prototyping of high-profile software and hardware projects. Publicly released projects include the following:
- AmalgamR (2009) amalgamates social information from multiple sources, including Twitter, and displays and timely group-based information. 
- BreadCrumbs (2009) is an iPhone application that scans grocery food barcodes and provides consumers information such as ingredients, manufacturing history, and product recall alerts with the use of food traceability servers . 
Malaria Clinic in Tanzania help for an Extreme Blue project
- SMS for Life (2009) fights malaria in Africa by using cell phones, texting and web mapping technology to track and manage antimalarial drugs .   
- ExSEL (2007) is an end-to-end marketing tool that provides a virtual tour and allows virtual interactions with the exhibits in the IBM Solutions Experience Lab . 
- SiSi S ay I t S ign I t (2007) converts from spoken English Directly into British Sign Language qui est Then signed by an animated digital character or avatar.  
- IBM Peridot (2004) checks web sites for broken links and assist in updating them. IBM, and the student inventors, have two patents ( US 7290131 and US application 20040267726 ) on this technology.    
- GameGrid (2003) created a computing distributed MMOG based on open-source release of the id Software’s Quake 2 first-person shooter .  
In 2004, there were 44 Extreme Blue teams in North America.  In 2002, there were 101 interns in North America from 42 schools. 
- IBM Almaden Research Center located in San Jose, California, USA (2000-current)
- 4 teams in 2009
- Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA  (1999-2004)
- Debut location of Extreme Blue 
- Did not host EB in 2001. 
- Raleigh, North Carolina, USA (2002-current)
- Started 2002 
- Lab manager:
- (2006-current) Ross Grady
- Austin, Texas, USA  (2001-current)
- Started 2001
- Lab manager:
- (2015-current) Marjean Fieldhouse
- Technical lead:
- (2015-current) Matthew Glover
- Montreal , Quebec , Canada 
- Ottawa , Ontario , Canada
- Toronto , Ontario, Canada
- São Paulo, Brazil
- Beijing, China
- Bangalore, India (2004-?)
- Started in 2004 with 9 students in 2 teams 
- Delhi, India (2010-current) [ citation needed ]
- Started in 2010 and is currently active. [ Citation needed ]
- IBM Haifa Research Laboratory located in Haifa, Israel 
- Dublin, Ireland
- Cork, Ireland
- Böblingen, Germany
- 3 teams in 2002 
- Brussels, Belgium 
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Uithoorn, Netherlands 
- La Gaude, France
- Hursley, United Kingdom
- Zürich, Switzerland 
- Rome, Italy
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The Newark Museum Explorers Program is a year-round work-based, college-preparatory, and mentoring program that supports Newark high school students in their exploration of the sciences and humanities, and pursuit of a college education. The program is run from the Newark Museum in Newark , New Jersey , United States. Continue reading “Explorers Program at Newark Museum”
The Edmund S. Muskie Internship Program is a professional exchange program supported by the United States Department of State . It provides summer internship placements, career training, and financial support to Eurasian scholars and graduate students studying in the United States. Continue reading “Edmund S. Muskie Internship Program”
Dynamy, Inc. is a “residential internship program” in the United States.  It was founded in 1969 as an experiential educational organization based in Worcester, Massachusetts .  Continue reading “Dynamy”