The purpose of this internship is to prepare college juniors and seniors for entry into the business world by providing a thorough understanding of the Information Technology Department functions of an association.
Information Systems Intern duties:
Learn and develop skills in information technology to include networking of computers, system wide back up of data, and storage of data.
Develop skills to communicate with IT professionals who specialize in Systems Software
Design Engineering and Computer Programming.
Assist staff in performing system backup and maintenance functions.
Assist in installation of PC hardware and software.
Assist in network and hardware troubleshooting. Assist in performing preventative maintenance and upgrades on servers.
Assist Chief Technology Officer with current projects. Perform special projects as determined by the information systems staff.
Assist in needs analysis for projects; in research for solutions for needs.
Assist in updating user and technical documentation.
Create and publish interactive reports.
Assist in managing, maintaining, developing, designing and updating the intranet.
Gain hands on practical experience to the full gamut of Help Desk roles and responsibilities.
Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with employees, day-to-day business contacts through follow up calls and association members.
Gain substantial knowledge into association and technology industries
An intern should expect to spend a minimum of 24 hours per week in structured activities in our local office.
On the job training will occur daily at the direction of the intern supervisor.
The intern will be scheduled to work 4 x 6 hour days each week – days to be determined and are flexible.
Schedule will be flexible based on student schedule and academic responsibilities.
Eligibility to work in the U.S.
No travel required.
The primary incentive in this program is the opportunity to investigate a career opportunity in the information technology industry with hands on experience prior to graduation. Once completed, the intern will have sufficient knowledge necessary to determine if a career in information technology is the right opportunity to pursue.
You will work directly with the Chief Technology Officer to manage projects.
You will develop skills vitally important in today’s business environment including: Team-based interaction. Managing outcomes without having direct authority over others. Provide insight in the definition and direction of the association’s initiatives.
You will gain an understanding of the day-to-day operations of supporting an association.
Local college juniors and seniors with a 3.2 GPA or better.
College major or past experience in computer sciences, technology or management information systems.
Energetic, organized and detailed.
Skilled with today’s technology.
Active in extracurricular activities.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work well in both a team-based environment and independently.
Ability to dedicate 24-30 hours per week to this intern program
Additional Salary Information: Student will be paid an hourly wage to be determined at the onset of the internship experience.
For over three decades, the International Legal Technology Association has led the way in sharing knowledge and experience for those faced with challenges in their firms and legal departments. ILTA members come from firms of all sizes and all areas of practice, all sharing a common need to have access to the latest information about products and support services that impact the legal profession. ILTA is governed by dedicated volunteer leaders and managed by a professional staff.