ALE Internship Program - Summer 2019

Real People. Real Solutions.
At ALE Solutions, we understand that disaster can strike at any moment, forcing families to spend time out of their home. We partner with insurance companies across the country to ensure that policyholders receive the time and attention they need to transition into temporary housing. Whether it’s three weeks in a hotel or three months in a temporary home, ALE will work with insurance companies to find comfortable housing accommodations for families when they need it most.

ALE 2019 Summer Internship Program
The ALE Internship Program introduces college students to the mission and processes of ALE Solutions. In this role, the ALE Intern will contribute to multiple departments while engaged in on-the-job learning, connecting aspects of ALE to their college studies. Students will work full-time as they experience day-to-day functions of the business, assisting in tasks assigned by department supervisors.

The internship experience will include opportunities for students to learn and engage with many departments within ALE, including an opportunity to select an area of focus for the internship and produce a final project that allows the student to apply their field of study to ALE Solutions in a manner that positively contributes to company processes or culture. Students can choose whether to participate in the program for college credit through their college or university.

To complete an application for the ALE Internship Program, continue through the ALE Careers Portal.

Daily Functions of this Position:

  • Full-time (40 hours per week), paid internship position.
  • 12-week program running from Monday, May 20 through Friday, August 9.
    • Prerequisites: first 6 weeks with an introduction to Hotel, Hotel Resources, and Relocation Departments.
    • Elective: final 6 weeks working in a department of interns choosing.
  • Option to receive college credit for internship, if approved by the college or university.
  • Exposure to professional development sessions and other opportunities throughout the program.
  • Completion of a final project presentation to ALE leadership team, including:
    • Summary of internship experience.
    • Internship takeaways and discussion of professional goals.
    • Presentation of business idea for ALE, supported by research.

Basic Knowledge and Skills

  • Sophomore, Junior, or Senior standing
  • College majors preferred: Sociology, Psychology, Marketing, Communication, Business, Accounting, Economics, Hospitality Management, Public Health, Humanities (other majors will be considered on a case-by-case basis)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Computer experience, including Microsoft Office
  • Highly organized
  • Team player
  • Flexible and adaptive

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