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LG Sonic US is a water treatment company started in 2018 in downtown Scranton. With a sister company, LG Sonic BV in the Netherlands, the business specifically targets treatment of algae in lakes. Its core product is the MPC-Buoy, a solar-powered, data-driven system that treats and controls algae without the use of chemicals.
LG Sonic is offering a grant research internship for a college student to gain valuable experience learning to identify and respond to grant opportunities, enhancing lead development and revenue growth. Mentored by the Chief Water Scientist and working with the Grant Manager, the student will collaborate and use their project and time management skills to achieve measurable outcomes. They’ll benefit from insight into how government agencies, non-profit organizations, and the private sector cooperate to meet environmental goals.
This opportunity is a traditional (semester-long) in-person internship, flexible.
* Requirement: Students are required to check with their college/university career development office to find out if any guidelines, must be followed and/or requirements must be met for the internship (health & safety, academic or other), by the student and/or the small business host.
**This internship opportunity is supported by the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Internship Fund. Students interested in participating in the Small Business Internship Fund must meet at least one of the criteria featured at the end of this description.
Projects: Mentored by LG Sonic’s Chief Water Scientist, and working with Grant Manager, the intern will help address LG Sonic’s needs by completing grant research as leads for the business. LG Sonic’s customers are municipalities, state, and federal governments:
This internship opportunity is supported by the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Internship Fund. Students interested in participating in the Small Business Internship Fund must meet at least one of the following criteria:
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