IT Intern (Campus)

This is for current students only! Please note that we will be conducting on-campus interviews at each of the following schools:
Virginia Tech (2/7), Penn State (2/20), UVA (2/21), CNU (2/22), GWU (2/23), CMU (2/27), Pitt (2/28), JMU (3/1), College of Charleston (3/1), GMU (3/7), UMD (3/9)
Should you not see your school above, we will be in contact with you seperately.
About The Position
At Cvent, our paid information security internships are designed to provide students with real-world mentorship and experience. Interns are exposed to the inner workings of an industry-leading software company and information security program. Interns are expected to take ownership of projects to contribute to the company's continued success. Projects are assigned based on current information security project schedules and needs, allowing for extensive exposure to the people, processes and technology solutions of the information security department. Cvent's internships are ideally structured to not only support professional development, but also open the doors to full time employment with the company upon graduation.
What to expect:
Build, administer, or support Cvent's global information security technology solutions
Assist with various security risk management and compliance activities
Assist with various information security initiatives relating to the safeguarding Cvent systems and data
Create information security program documentation to support achievement of departmental goals and objectives
About You
The ideal candidate has
Successfully completed coursework covering an array of information security and technology topics
The desire to make contributions to the company that will be used by current and future full-time employees
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
Outstanding oral and written communication
The ability and willingness to work alongside senior team members and managers to further your professional development
Most importantly, a successful candidate will be passionate about information security and technology. Keeping up with the latest advancements in the industry; spending time creating, building, and exploring with technical projects; an inquisitive attitude in regards to the workings of hardware and software; and overall, simply having fun and finding enjoyment in the field.

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