- National Health Policy Symposium
Articles & Resources
- "Top 12 Ways To Start Making A Difference - And A Living"
- "How To Network Your Way Into A New Career (Without Feeling Like A Slimy, Lying Con Artist)"
Video of the Week
- Human Resources at a Federal Agency
Featured From Tribe Careers
- Research and Analysis Specialist at NACCAS
- HIV/Family Planning Programming and Policy Advisor at US Agency for International Development's Global Health Bureau
- Program Planning at the Government Publishing Office
- Passport Specialist at the U.S. Department of State
- W&M Exclusive Paid Internship in Tokyo, Japan
- Internship with The Office of Congressman Reid Ribble
- The Autry Fellowship
- The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship
Events & Programs
National Health Policy Symposium
UAID is hosting its annual symposium, "Community Empowerment & Health Policy" at University of Maryland, College Park from January 15-17th.
As a current student, you are eligible for the exclusive promo code "EMPOWER" (valid until December 21st) to save 40% off the registration price!
The symposium features the following distinguished speakers:
· Timothy Hill, Deputy Director for Medicaid and CHIP Services
· Dr. Howard Haft, Maryland's Deputy Secretary of Public Health
· Delegate Joseline Pena-Melnyk, Delegate for Maryland's District 21
Special events include a stimulating Planned Parenthood simulation and a rigorous debate about socialized healthcare! Learn more and register today at http://www.uaid.org/symposium/2016!
UAID is also accepting applications for new UAID chapters and open intern positions on the UAID Board of Directors. Please visit http://www.uaid.org/ to apply.
Articles & Resources
Top 12 Ways To Start Making A Difference - And A Living
"How To Network Your Way Into A New Career (Without Feeling Like A Slimy, Lying Con Artist)"
Video of the Week
Featured From Tribe Careers
Research and Analysis Specialist at NACCAS
Analyzing job placement, graduation, and licensure records of post-secondary educational institutions
Overseeing various accreditation processes related to annual report submitted by accredited institutions
Conducting strategic research for company
For more information about this opportunity, log into Tribe Careers! http://bit.ly/1NFECW8
HIV/Family Planning Programming and Policy Advisor at US Agency for International Development's Global Health Bureau
- Coordinating responses to new and ongoing legislative and political issues and policy-related inquiries from Congress, external organizations and other parts of the government, including OGAC, by working with Bureau for Global Health (GH) leadership, the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (PRH), the Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs (LPA), Office of the General Counsel (GC), the Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning (PPL), and other technical colleagues within USAID as necessary.
- Contributing to Agency and USG policy statements and guidance documents for HIV/AIDS and FP/HIV assistance, working closely with relevant USAID counterpart staff, regional bureaus, and counterparts in other USG agencies as needed.
- Participating in interagency discussions and working groups related to the integration of HIV/AIDS and FP activities. Reviewing internal program documents and USAID-supported technical reports for consistency with Agency and USG policies and programmatic priorities.
- And more!
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Program Planning at the Government Publishing Office
"The Government Publishing Office (GPO) Pathways Recent Graduates Program affords developmental experience in the GPO intended to promote possible careers in the civil service to individuals who have recently graduated from qualifying educational institutions or programs. Successful applicants are placed in a dynamic, developmental program with the potential to lead to a civil service career in the Federal Government."
- Maintaining an understanding of all programs and projects within specific area of responsibility.
- Conducting feasibility and analytical studies, collaborating with private sector and federal executives and other representatives.
- Assessing cost and human resources implications, identifying technological requirements, coordinating implementation/execution and evaluating effectiveness.
- Participating with higher-level staff in the development of strategic and operational plans with key operating officials; and analyzes proposed changes in operations.
- Planning and scheduling program deliverables, goals, and milestones; and develops and facilitates maintenance of designated program documentation.
For more information about this opportunity, go to http://1.usa.gov/1RzZuUQ.
Passport Specialist at the U.S. Department of State
For more information about this opportunity, go to http://1.usa.gov/1OfYhMS.
W&M Exclusive Paid Internship in Tokyo, Japan
Canon accepts one W&M undergraduate student with a demonstrable interest in Japan and in business careers for a paid summer internship in Tokyo, Japan.Canon's Global Human Resources Development Department will circulate applications throughout all the divisions to find a suitable assignment within the Company based on Canon's current needs and the candidates' qualifications. A few possibilities might include the marketing department, the accounts department, or even the athletes sports club management department.
A basic understanding of Excel, Word, and Power Point is required.
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Internship with The Office of Congressman Reid Ribble
"The Office of Congressman Reid Ribble is seeking qualified candidates to intern in our Washington, D.C. office starting in January 2016.
We are interested in candidates of all academic disciplines.
Interns will assist the staff with a variety of tasks, including office administration, legislative research, constituent correspondence, and other duties as assigned.
Administration will include daily tasks such as welcoming guests, being aware of the Congressman’s and staff’s schedules, answering phones, constituent tours, mail administration, and other duties.
Legislative research and constituent correspondence will include being aware of current and pending legislation, researching legislation for constituent correspondence, attending briefings, and other duties.
Candidates should have excellent writing and communication skills, strong organizational abilities, a good work ethic, an ability to work independently, and the drive to take the initiative in a fast-paced environment.
This is an unpaid position. If candidates have any questions or wish to apply, please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to email@example.com"
The Autry Fellowship
"Through the Autry Fellowship, talented and passionate recent college graduates work alongside colleagues at Manpower Development Corp (MDC) to address the gaps that separate people and places from opportunity and success, particularly within the American South.
The Fellow has the unique opportunity to devote a significant portion of time to a collection of projects determined jointly by the Fellow and MDC. For example, during my time as an Autry Fellow, I have been able to both learn from and contribute to projects concerning economic mobility, strategic philanthropy, and cradle-to-career systems change.
The Fellowship is a one-year, full-time paid position."
For more information about this opportunity, go to http://bit.ly/1zJmFRy.
The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship
The program also arranges meetings for the fellows with policy experts. Many former Scoville Fellows have gone on to pursue graduate degrees in international relations and related fields and taken prominent positions in the field of peace and security with public-interest organizations, the Federal Government, academia, and media."
For more information about this opportunity, go to http://bit.ly/1s8zoyq.