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This page is meant to provide opportunities outside of CSF for college students interested in applying for internships and leadership programs. CSF does not promote or endorse any of these organizations nor do we influence the selection process. We suggest to reach out directly to the organization for any questions.


Have you been looking for ways to give back to your community? Achievers College Experience (ACE) is coming soon:

July 10-12 (for Tacoma Achievers Scholars to visit college campuses in Eastern Washington)
July 12-14 (for Greater Seattle Achievers to visit WWU)

We’re calling for CSF college students, L1000 and Governors’ Scholars and recent CSF Alumni to apply to serve as ACE Counselors at any or all of the above ACE camps.

ACE Counselors will encourage, inform and guide our newest cohort of CSF Achievers Scholars as they learn about college and experience life on campus. The commitment includes one day of training and preparation followed by three exhilarating days with students.

Apply here.

Commit to Serve!

Customer Service & Sales Paid Internship – $15/hr + Bonus $ 

25-40/hours  (Special Opportunity only to CSF Scholars. *Interested candidates please email 


Summer internship to introduce, educate and convert customers to Southern Glazers ground breaking E Commerce portal SG Proof.This includes initiating calls and/or visits to customers, establishing rapport, with the end result being the sign up and conversion to the SG proof platform. This job is seasonal for 25- 40 hours per week.

Duties and Responsibilities


Minimum Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications

Physical Demands

Job: Customer Service

Primary Location: United States-Washington-Seattle

Shift: Day Shift

Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, color, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, veteran or disability status or any factor prohibited by law, and as such affirms in policy and practice to support and promote the concept of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, in accordance with all applicable federal, state and municipal laws. The Company prohibits discrimination on other bases such as ancestry, medical condition, or marital status under applicable laws. We make reasonable accommodations to meet our obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and state disability laws. Candidates should possess the right to work in the United States, as it is not the general practice of Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits to sponsor individuals for work visas.

PEMCO now has TWO programs for college students. Participants learn insurance basics, earn competitive compensation and receive subsidized bus passes. Both programs last 12 weeks and typically begin in May or June, although start and end dates are flexible to sync with school schedules.

For freshmen and sophomores: We have openings in our Lynnwood and Spokane offices for Customer Service Associates. The PEMCO Gateway Program is a great way to gain experience in a corporate setting while working over holiday and school breaks. With incentives for returning each year, it’s perfect for students interested in actuarial science, accounting or finance.

For juniors and seniors: The PEMCO Internship Program offers opportunities to network within the company and community while completing resume-building projects with real impact. Students can choose from an array of fields in departments including IT, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources & Talent Acquisition and Enterprise Services. Interns work at our Seattle office (South Lake Union).



Office of the Governor Olympia, Washington

The Governor’s Leadership Academy is a unique internship program for currently enrolled college and graduate students to gain a hands-on learning experience in the Governor’s Office. The Inslee Administration is looking for innovative, forward-thinking individuals who are committed to public service, and want to develop their leadership and public policy skills in a dynamic environment.

Application review will begin immediately and continue on an ongoing basis until an adequate pool of candidates is established. Therefore, it will be to the applicant’s advantage to submit materials as soon as possible. • Start dates: Interns may begin their ten-week program on either June 3, 2019 or June 17, 2019.