IT Application Development Summer 2019 Internship

  • MEMIC
  • Portland, ME, USA
  • Dec 19, 2018
Intern Information Technology

Job Description

MEMIC’s Summer Internship Program identifies college students who want real-world experience that will allow them to gain valuable knowledge and skills within his or her field of study. This opportunity can either be a paid internship or can be credited towards the student’s degree. The program will last 11 weeks and begin on June 3rd and end on August 16th. This opportunity will be full-time (37.5 hours per week).

The IT Application Development Intern should be someone interested in software development in the business environment. The intern will work together with other software developers on various projects and tasks. Along the way, the IT Application Development Intern will have exposure to all parts of the software development lifecycle (SDLC) such as gathering requirements, development, quality assurance testing, and deployment. In the process, the intern will have the opportunity to understand real-world problems, work within typical business processes, and see the solutions come to fruition. 

  • Attends meetings with developers on topics including project management, requirements gathering, problem solving and defect resolution.
  • Reviews, updates, and improves software documentation such as system design diagrams, solution statements, and other technical reference.
  • Based on skill level, the intern may contribute to code with resolution of bugs/defects and security vulnerabilities, and/or smaller individual projects.
  • Participates in the deployment process including deployment packaging, change control, installation, and validation.

Requirements

  • Must be pursuing a Bachelor’s degree. Information Technology majors preferred.
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Familiarity with software programming in a Microsoft-centric environment, ideally with .NET Framework and ASP.NET.
  • Experience with web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Knowledge of relational database concepts such as queries and stored procedures.
  • Experience working with source control systems such as Git or TFS.
  • Must have strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Willingness to work with a team on problems and tasks.