Internship - Infrastructure Engineer (Charlotte,NC)
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Internship - Infrastructure Engineer 2017 (Charlotte,NC)
We are the Good Hands; we help people realize their hopes and dreams through products and services designed to protect them from life's uncertainties and to prepare them for the future. Nearly every major Allstate project has a partnership with technology – a partnership that is imperative to the success of the organization. With the company's size and related technology scale, you can get started before you graduate with one of our challenging paid summer internships designed to help you apply your classroom education to real world experiences. In order to maintain our place at the forefront of the technological landscape, Allstate has many summer interns return for consecutive internships and some even land full-time employment with us after graduation.
As an Infrastructure Engineer Intern you will work with others to provide engineering support for enterprise infrastructure, which includes Cloud Computing, Servers, Storage, Network, and Client Computing. You will be exposed to fast-paced initiatives that implement cutting-edge technology to host Allstate's critical business processes.
- Must have completed 2 to 3 classes in the Computer Technology – Infrastructure, Networking, or Application Development curriculum
- Must have a GPA of 3.00 or higher (or equivalent) overall and in major
- Preferred candidates will have completed junior year and currently be enrolled in a Bachelor's Degree Program
- Strong interpersonal, verbal and communication
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
- Target start date: June/July 2017
- 12 week summer internship program
- An attractive compensation package
- Housing stipend offered to qualified students
- Collaborative team environment
- Planned intern activities; including lunches with Allstate officers as keynote speakers
- Volunteer/community service opportunities
- Potential to receive possible full-time employment after graduation
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
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