PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR SUMMER 2014 INTERNSHIPS – MARCH 21st
Goldbelt recognizes that hand’s on experience in a professional setting is a valuable stepping stone to an individual’s career development and personal growth, and strongly encourages our shareholders to take advantage of these opportunities. Goldbelt’s Career Development Program provides current shareholders and descendants with meaningful work experience and an opportunity to explore career options while serving as an additional resource to encourage and promote shareholder hire.
Goldbelt’s Career Development program is designed to provide participants with jobsite experience. These experiences will provide firsthand knowledge of Goldbelt’s business activities throughout various industries. There are two elements to the program and they include:
College Internships—for currently enrolled students and/or recent graduates
Vocational Internships—Offered in partnership with local Juneau-based agencies for students completing a vocational office skills program
All Career Development experiences are paid temporary positions that last approximately 12-14+ weeks. Housing stipend and roundtrip travel are available to interns participating in internships outside their normal place of residence. Students continuing their education are eligible for an additional education benefit of up to $500 at the successful completion of their internship. Goldbelt shareholders and descendants are encouraged to apply. Applicant must be currently enrolled in a college, university or vocational program and have completed at least one semester or two quarters and earned a minimum of 12 credit hours in order to be eligible for the program. Recent graduates who are within six months of graduation are also eligible to apply. Applicants should be available for at least 12 weeks during the summer for their internship.
For the Summer of 2014, the following internship opportunities are available:
Click here to view, complete, and print the Career Development Application.
Click here to view the CDP brochure.
For more information or for questions, please contact the program’s director, Lisa-Marie Ikonomov at (907) 790-1445 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.