ࡱ>  R'bjbj[[499T     8C\ dkkkkkcccccccfmiTc9ckk4cE E E RkkcE cE E 2QWk7Bu pT.cc0d UiaNj\WWii$Y E ccdj  : Global Internship Program Placements Spring 2018 ECNU Global Internship Program offers two options on placement hours: 224 and 340. Over the course of the term, students need to fulfill both the placement hours and seminar hours which is 26 hours. The internship program is unpaid and follows a planned and supervised program design. Global Internship 4 credits Placement Hours: 224 minimum (average 16 hours per week) Seminar Hours: 26 contact hours Global Internship 6 credits Placement Hours: 340 minimum (average 24 hours per week) Seminar Hours: 26 contact hours Intern Position: Investment Analyst Placement code: E301 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: available This is a fast growing global capital group engaging in multiple businesses such as private equity investment, consulting service in financial advisory and post-merger integration and China LP education. We have 22 distinguished partners around the world with abundant local resources. You will work in our Investment Department that is engaged in global private equity investment around the world, specifically in the European, North American, Israeli, Indian, Japanese and Chinese investment markets, and collaborates with corresponding investment funds in those markets and local partners to expand cooperation extensively. You will be given opportunities to handle large responsibilities and make significant contributions to improve our investment portfolios in China. The key responsibilities of this intern position are: - conducting extensive research and analysis on the investment portfolios of cases - providing solutions or ideas to the fund managers to enhance or diversify the portfolio. We are expecting you to work at least 16 hours per week. Working at home or on weekends is allowed. Finance, Business or Economy major is preferred. We love to work with students who are self-motivated, responsible, creative and good at communication. The allowance is provided to cover transportations, meals and others. Intern Position: International Business Specialist Placement code: E302 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: available This is a fast growing global capital group engaging in multiple businesses such as private equity investment, consulting service in financial advisory and post-merger integration and China LP education. We have 22 distinguished partners around the world with abundant local resources. You will work with our Consulting team that provides high quality service to domestic and international clients on financial, marketing, strategic and management consulting. Your main responsibilities would be: - Working closely with the team on business development - Sourcing - Market researching You also would have opportunities to work with our current and potential clients and get a deep understanding on Chinese business environment and business culture. We expect you to work at least 16 hours per week. Business, Economy or Finance major is preferred. For a better communication with clients, wed prefer your Chinese language level is above Beginning One. We welcome students with global perspectives who are customer orientated and have strong analytical written and verbal communication skills. The allowance is provided to cover transportations, meals and others. Intern Position: Marketing Intern Placement code: E303 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: available Our company provides the first online and offline financial education platform that allowing children to engage in EQ & FQ education through interacting in a safe environment with their parents and the real world, and to acquire the right habits for financial freedom and success. Our Israeli Educational R&D team is continuously developing educational content with a deep focus on improving problem solving skills, self-expression, critical thinking skills, cross-culture leadership abilities, creativity, financial knowledge, and leadership skills. We are looking for a marketing intern who will be able to assist in creating marketing materials and support our online marketing strategy. This internship will work in a mentor method where the intern will work and learn from one of MiniBankers Co-Founders. The key responsibilities include: - Establishing and maintaining WeChat subscription account - Creating & improving business presentations - Researching Ed-Tech & Fin-Tech industry in China and presenting your findings to the team - Approaching B2B partners & supporting sales team We welcome students who are open-minded, capalbe of working independently and taking initiative, have excellent research, computer and social media skills, and willing to work in an intense revolutionary High-Tech startup. You need to provide at least 16 work hours a week; half of the work hours can be taken place at home and on weekends. All majors and lanuage levels are welcomed. Good performance would lead to a full-time position. We also offer allowrance to cover your personal costs such as meals and transportations. Intern Position: Project Assistant Placement code: E304 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: available We are a Shanghai-based firm that builds and invests in high-growth businesses, challenging and redefining industry norms. The firm focuses on early stage companies in China and has private equity, investment banking, management, and new business start-up capabilities. We are unique in that it considers the social and environmental impact of its choices, leveraging its market knowledge, strategic thinking, and creativity to grow a portfolio of sustainable and responsible businesses. The Firm builds companies that have the potential to drive change and become industry leaders, by either launching them on its own or investing in early-stage initiatives. The relationships we have developed with partners and entrepreneurs are the foundation of our success. As a project assistant, you may work with the team focusing on one or multiple cases. Your key responsibilities would include: -Researching (marketing data, industry analysis, etc.) -Editing (memos, proposals, agreements, etc.) -Analyzing the investment portfolios and presenting your ideas to the team -Other administration assignments Our approach is simple, straightforward, and effective. We are looking for students who fit our team and meet the following qualifications. - Excellent communication and networking skills - Teamwork sprit - Strong analysis ability - Business, Economy, Finance major preferred; Beginning Chinese language - Above 16 work hours a week (can work at home or on weekends) - Allowance provided Intern Position: Marketing Intern Placement code: E305 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: available We are a Shanghai-based firm that builds and invests in high-growth businesses, challenging and redefining industry norms. The firm focuses on early stage companies in China and has private equity, investment banking, management, and new business start-up capabilities. We are unique in that it considers the social and environmental impact of its choices, leveraging its market knowledge, strategic thinking, and creativity to grow a portfolio of sustainable and responsible businesses. The Firm builds companies that have the potential to drive change and become industry leaders, by either launching them on its own or investing in early-stage initiatives. The relationships we have developed with partners and entrepreneurs are the foundation of our success. As a Marketing Intern, your key responsibilities are: -Creating marketing materials such as posters, internet Ads, WeChat info -Monitoring marketing feedbacks and reviews -Maintaining and updating company website -Organizing business activities, such as promotion reception and business seminar We welcome students who meet the following qualifications apply this intern job. - Excellent communication and networking skills - Teamwork sprit - Good graphic design skills or excellent writing techniques - Media, Arts or marketing major preferred; Beginning Chinese language - Above 16 work hours a week (can work at home or on weekends) - Allowance provided Intern Position: Legal Advisor Placement code: L301 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: available This is a fast growing global capital group engaging in multiple businesses such as private equity investment, consulting service in financial advisory and post-merger integration and China LP education. We have 22 distinguished partners around the world with abundant local resources. We would provide this great opportunity for students who are highly interested in law/legal matters and would like to get hand-on experience in vivid China market. You will assist our legal team on various tasks, such as -Reviewing contracts and agreements of venture capital and private equity deals -Conducting legal memos for cases -Participating in due diligence -Providing legal consulting/supports to the team We are expecting you to work at least 16 hours a week; you can work at home or on weekends. All majors are welcomed, but Pre-law/law, Business and Economy major are preferred. Wed like to work with students who are conscientious, self-motivated, and have excellent communication and leadership skills. Allowances are provided to cover transportations, meals and others. Intern Position: Law Firm Apprentice Placement code: L302 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: Not available As a time-honored law firm in Shanghai, we provide professional services for our clients to deal with law affairs specializing in Real Estate, Securities & Finance, Marine and Shipping and international relationships. We would like to open our firm to international students who are interested in law and want to take a close look at China legal profession as well as Chinese society. As an apprentice, you would follow one of our partners to observe and assist in the whole litigation procedure including: -Interviewing clients -Obtaining evidence -Preparing court debate -Coordinating conciliation We believe that you soon will realize the differences in legal system and legal process over countries. We expect you can: - be a good listener and observant - be good at asking questions and presenting thoughts - respect the differences and keep the passion Please also be aware that you need to work at least 16 hours a week, and may take overnight business trips occasionally with the leading lawyer to obtain evidence. Law or related majors are preferred. Above intermediate Chinese language levels are preferred. Intern PositionProject Assistant Placement code: R201 Recommended Credits: 6 Allowance: available Our company provides a global property management platform for Chinese clients to trade, finance, manage or benefit from their oversea assets. We work with partners with abundant local resources all around the world to provide best solutions on asset allocation. We will provide you ample trainings to get on the track. As a project assistant, you will assist the team on following responsibilities: - Conducting customer survey and market research to fully understand the domestic demand and market trend, and provide high quality advices on global asset allocation and investment to clients. - Providing one-stop solution for clients on oversea asset purchase, loan application, property leasing, and real estate market analysis. - Formulating sales/promotion plans on oversea property projects - Networking and developing new international partners We are eager to work with students who are enthusiastic, positive and teamwork orientated. The expected work hour is 24 hours a week and you can work at home and on weekends. All majors and all Chinese language levels are welcomed. The promotion and reward opportunities are open to interns as well. Wed like to provide full-time job and oversea partnership for excellent performances. Allowances are provided to cover transportations, meals and others. Intern Position: NGO Teaching Program Assistant Placement code: N301 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: NOT available We are a not-for-profit charitable organization registered in Shanghai with a mission to improve the education and general welfare of disadvantaged children in China. Currently, our programs help thousands of students and teachers improve their English. We also regularly run charitable projects such as Eye Care in rural area of China. We provide training, teaching materials, professional supervision and all necessary information and supports. As Teaching Program Assistant, you would work with expatriate and local Chinese volunteers to teach English in Shanghais migrant schools and community centers. What we expect you to do are: -Coordinating the teaching program such as: recruiting, trainings, managing and supporting volunteers -Acting as a substitute teacher or assistant teacher -Developing teaching resources and lesson plans -Producing volunteering and donation certificates Our programs offer you a rewarding way to know another side of Chinese society and an impactful way to contribute the society, the children and teachers who are in need. You are expected to work at least 16 hours a week. You dont have to be a good Chinese speaker but some knowledge on Chinese language and culture would greatly help you communicate with local people. All majors are welcomed as long as you have a passionate and caring heart. Recommendation letter and volunteering certificate are offered for good performance. Intern Position: NGO Program Coordinator Placement code: N302 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: NOT available We are a not-for-profit charitable organization registered in Shanghai with a mission to improve the education and general welfare of disadvantaged children in China. Currently, our programs help thousands of students and teachers improve their English. We also regularly run charitable projects such as Eye Care in rural area of China. Working as a Program Coordinator, your key responsibility is to support the well operation of the programs, more specifically, it is: -Monitoring on-site teaching and collecting feedbacks from recipient schools and family -Visiting teaching sites with our ASP Program Officer to interview and evaluate potential recipients -Collecting and analyzing data to provide program evaluation reports This opportunity will not only provide a chance for you to learn how to run and develop a NGO project, but also enable you to get a well-rounded understanding on Chinese society. We would prefer you to work at least 16 hours a week: 8 office hours on a week day and 8 on Saturdays. All nationalities and majors are welcomed. Recommendation letter and volunteering certificate are offered for good performance. Intern Position: Hotel Front Office Management Trainee Placement code: H201 Recommended Credits: 6 Allowance: available As the first 5-star hotel in Shanghai, our hotel became the leader of Chinas high-end hotels by capturing the quintessence of Chinese Culture and constantly offering a unique stay experience to our guests. We have a well-known professional training program for international interns that enable you to quickly adapt the new cultural and work environment, learn and practice service and management skills, and eventually benefit your future career. The responsibilities of the Front Office Management Trainee are: - Being familiar with the hotel operation systme, such as services protocol, hotel pricing system and promotions, facilities and safety & health memo. - Having a completed knowledge of policies, procedures and performance standards of the Front Office Department. - Providing efficient, prompt, friendly, accurate and courteours Check-in and Check-out service to guests. -Being able to use computer system to handle day to day tasks, such as hotel reservations, room assignments and payments. - Interacting with guests to fulfill guests special needs, resolve complaints and improve customer satisfaction. - Conducting customer interview and survey, analyzing data and reporting results to hotel management. Wed prefer you work 24 hours a week so as to enable high quality training results. Students who have passion on hotel management, tourism management or service industry are welcomed. If you can speak languages besides English, it would be even better. Also, basic knowledge on Chinese culture and language would greatly benefit your work experience. Our hotel provides allowance and welfare to interns. Intern Position: Hotel F&B Management Trainee Placement code: H202 Recommended Credits: 6 Allowance: available As the first 5-star hotel in Shanghai, our hotel became the leader of Chinas high-end hotels by capturing the quintessence of Chinese Culture and constantly offering a unique stay experience to our guests. We have a well-known professional training program for international interns that enable you to quickly adapt the new cultural and working environment, learn and practice service and management skills, and eventually benefit your future career. The responsibilities of the F&B (Food & Beverage Service) Management Trainee are: -Being familiar and follow F&B service protocol and service procedures -Being familiar with equipment and supplies; can help in designing and setting up food and beverage display layout -Mastering safety & health handbook; be sensitive to unstable facts. -Using skills that learned from training program on sales skills and customer services to improve customer satisfaction while increasing hotel income. -Interacting with guests to collect data/information on customer satisfaction. Wed prefer you work 24 hours a week so as to ensure high quality training results. Students who have passion on hotel management, tourism management or service industry are welcomed. If you can speak languages besides English, it would be even better. Also, basic knowledge on Chinese culture and language would greatly benefit your work experience. Our hotel provides allowance and welfare to interns. Itern Position: Marketing & Teaching Assistant Placement code: T301 Recommended Credits: 4 or 6 Allowance: available We are a well-known academic institute in China. Founded in 1986, weve provided prestiage academic and vocational training programs for more than 5 million students whose age range is from 3 to 80 years old during last 30 years. As the first foremost private college in China, we have over 300 faculty and offer more than 100 academic programs. To diversify the faculty team and bring in global perspective, and also to create a more interactive learning environment for students, we are recruiting an intern to fit the position as Teaching & Marketing Assistant. The key responsibilities of this role include: - Encouraging students to speak English by creating and organizing activities and fun games in English Time - Assisting Marketing Team to make recruitment plan and preparing marketing materials - Assisting Marketing Team to organize promotion activities such as Open House - Engaging in some administration tasks All majors and all Chinese language levels are welcomed. We would also provide allowance to cover transportation and meals. Please apply this intern job in our institute, if you can meet the following qualifications: -Provide at least 16 work hours a week (weekends are OK) -Has excellent communication and leadership skills -Can think out of box and passionate in education and marketing Intern Position: Marketing Intern Placement code: HU201 Recommended Credits: 6 Allowance: available We are a leading professional recruitment consultancy specializing in the recruitment of permanent, contract and temporary positions on behalf of the worlds top employers. With 6,000 employees in 36 countries across the globe, we help job seekers to facilitate a successful match. The key responsibilities of a marketing intern include: -Creating posters, PPT and EDM mails -Coordinating marketing projects -Researching and analyzing market information and data, and providing feedbacks -Editing and translating -Managing company WeChat account Who we are looking for: -Work at least 24 hours a week -Excellent written skills -Creative, responsible and sociable -Majors in Media, Marketing and Arts are preferred -Above Beginning Chinese Level is preferred We believe we are offering the best career opportunity for students to work shoulder by shoulder with most talented people, to get hand-on experiences, and to benefit your future career. Allowance is offered. Application Procedure Application Deadline: Jan 15, 2018 Please submit the following documents by this date. ECNU Application Form Student can choose up to 3 placements. Please list the placements in order of your preference. Example: Global Internship 4 credits (E101, R202, H103) ECNU will arrange online interviews according to your preferences. If the first option cannot be achieve, you will automatically be placed into the second or third option. Resume (one A4 page) Cover Letter (200-400 words) A Copy of Passport (Photo page) Online Interviews: Jan 15 - 22, 2018 Online interviews with employers will be arranged during this period according to students preferences. If admitted by the first chosen employer, you do not have to interview with other employers. Internship Replacement Deadline: Jan 29, 2018 Internship replacement will be finalized before this date. 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