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This week's top 5 internships

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Check out these new student internship opportunities. To learn more about the top five and more internships, contact Marlene Starzyk, assistant director of Career Development and internship coordinator, at 630-637-5143 or, or stop by her office in WAC, room 101.

National Museum of Mexican Art—Yollocalli Arts Reach: Assist staff with all special projects, including onsite and satellite youth programs, teacher workshops, alumni mentor program, marketing and promotion of community programs, organizing and maintaining the Yollocalli Gallery and more. For Spanish, art, education, sociology, anthropology, marketing and organizational communication majors.  
Humanitarian Service Project: Assist staff with the day-to-day operations, including writing press releases, contacting community and corporate groups to encourage sponsorships, conducting interviews and writing profiles, researching and writing grants and more. For journalism, sociology, organizational communication, entrepreneurship majors.
McLaughlin & Associates Thermal Spray, Inc.: Work in inside sales for industry-to-industry manufacturers rep firm; identify, contact and prequalify sales prospects for two or three product lines; work with existing customers; assist with sales correspondence, marketing plans, administrative sales duties. For marketing and management majors.
Informatica: Work with the development team to design, code and test networking middleware and applications, review customer designs, give advice and recommendations for optimal product use, help troubleshoot network problems. For computer science majors.

The Midwest Collegiate League: Broadcast and call some 40-45 games via the Leagues’ Internet radio network, travel with the team to all road games, create daily program insert with rosters and stats for each home game. For broadcast communication and sport management majors.

For more information about North Central’s Career Development Center and its services visit