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September 13, 2017

The events calendar below includes all of the career center events created just for you!
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Events

  1. Crush the Career Fair - September 14th
  2. Diversity Brunch - September 15th
  3. Fall Career and Internship Fair - September 15th
  4. Government & Nonprofit Meet Up - Elizabeth Hinman Clements; '07 Alum - September 18th
  5. USC Arnold School of Public Health Virtual Graduate School Fair - September 19th
  6. Peace Corp Application Workshop - September 20th
  7. Inter-Cultural Appreciation Program (iCAP) Info Session - September 21st


Articles

  1. "What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2017"

  2. "17 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know"


Professional Development

  1. "Landing a Job with No Work Experience" Video
  2. Clinton Foundation’s Codeathon


Job/Internship Opportunities

  1. Department of State Summer 2018 Internships
  2. Data Analyst - National Counterterrorism Center
  3. All-Source Intelligence Officer - National Counterterrorism Center
  4. Communications and Advocacy Associate, Poverty to Prosperity Program - Center for American Progress
  5. Medical Fellow (global health, gap-year program) - Global Public Service Academies

  6. Communications and Partnerships Intern - Venture with Impact, LLC

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Crush the Career Fair

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Diversity Brunch

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Fall Career and Internship Fair

11 Government/Nonprofit/Social Entrepreneurship Organizations in Attendance, such as:
  • American Enterprise Institute
  • City of Norfolk
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Joint Warfare Analysis Center
  • Peace Corps
  • The Charles Koch Institute
  • US Department of State
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Government & Nonprofit Meet Up - Elizabeth Hinman Clements; '07 Alum

Alum '07 Elizabeth Hinman Clements, Senior Associate, Strategy and Operations at Council of Chief State School Officer, will be skyping in to share her insights with you! Elizabeth is an experienced public policy and advocacy professional with state and federal expertise in corporate and non-profit sectors. She has also worked for the American Lung Association and Global Policy Solutions doing policy and advocacy work.


Where: Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

When: Monday, September 18th from 4-5pm

RSVP on Tribe Careers under workshops - an RSVP is a commitment - Elizabeth is getting a list of names in advance, so please show up if you RSVP. We will cancel this event if not enough of you express interest.

USC Arnold School of Public Health Virtual Graduate School Fair

SOPHAS Virtual Fair: September 19, 2017

Featuring SOPHAS Public Health Schools & Programs

Meet Admissions Teams & Faculty in a Live Online Event – Attend the Fair from Anywhere

To Learn More & Register: http://bit.ly/2w2iXLf

· Candidates will have the opportunity to connect real-time with 60 Public Health schools and programs without the hassle of leaving your home or office

· You will meet School Representatives online via chat rooms during the event on September 19th

· Schools’ chat hours will be posted in advance (a camera is not required for the chat feature)

This is an easy way to find the Public Health program that is best for you.


Peace Corp Application Workshop

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Inter-Cultural Appreciation Program (iCAP) Info Session

Where: Reves Center (Reves Room)

When: Thursday, September 21st; 4-5pm


Employers are looking for students with intercultural experience. Come and learn about this opportunity to enhance that skill. The program matches international and domestic students together and garners a relationship through attending different activities around campus and the community together. It also looks great on a resume...


More information and application (due Oct 2nd) here: http://bit.ly/2j1lija

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"What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2017"

Many of you will know a lot of these tips, but definitely worth skimming through. http://ti.me/2qhg1ay

"17 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know"

I've bookmarked this one for future reference. Check it out: http://bit.ly/2f0myCq

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Behavioral Interviews

Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/2wSHpP4


Trying to land a job with no previous work experience may seem like a daunting task. But is it impossible? We sat down with several industry leaders to discuss how students can leverage any relevant experience they do have and how to best position themselves for that first job!

Clinton Foundation’s Codeathon

Do you enjoy coding? Apply now to attend the Clinton Foundation’s Codeathon at CGI U 2017 from Thursday, October 12 to Friday, October 13 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.


Building upon the powerful intersection of technology and social impact, the Codeathon aims to spur innovation in the technology space and increase the scope, reach, and impact of CGI U's Commitments to Action – a new, specific, and measurable approach to address a pressing issue. The Codeathon challenges developers and designers to build unique digital prototypes inspired by CGI U in the areas of Education, Environment & Climate Change, Peace & Human Rights, Poverty Alleviation, and Public Health.


The final application deadline is Friday, September 15, 2017.


For more information, please contact cgiucodeathon@clintonfoundation.org, and visit their website: http://bit.ly/2jnaSev

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Most employers start posting internships in the winter, so don't worry! I'll post plenty of them then. Most employers post jobs as needed, so you'll see a surge of postings in the spring!

Department of State Summer 2018 Internships

The deadline to apply this year is OCTOBER 5th, much earlier than last year! Don't wait until the last minute. We will be having information sessions on September 26th and 27th, so look out for those in next week's newsletter.


http://bit.ly/2eQ3YZK to apply

http://bit.ly/2wSTx2x for more information

Data Analyst - National Counterterrorism Center

Entry-Level. If you have programming, quantitative analysis, and strong research and analysis skills, then we are looking for you! ODNI is looking to build out its data scientist cadre to support the CT mission and is seeking help from individuals that are able to:
  • Apply established methodologies (both quantitative and qualitative) to identify patterns and relationships in large data sets
  • Conduct complex mathematical, statistical, geospatial modeling, or other data-driven problem-solving analysis to address business operations or intelligence questions
  • Identify needs and collaborate with collectors and analysts to determine the data needed to address intelligence problems
  • Incorporate insights and findings into an extensive range of authoritative, sophisticated intelligence products. Products range from those that provide direct mission support to those that provide needed capability to peers and colleagues. Work includes design, modification, and/or use of scientific computing, programming, and mathematics.


Application due September 22nd: http://bit.ly/2jncynY

All-Source Intelligence Officer - National Counterterrorism Center

Entry-Level. You will develop a broad range of intelligence officer tools and some specialized skill sets. Possible positions include:
  • Strategic Analyst - Provide timely, insightful, and sophisticated all-source analysis––in collaboration with Intelligence Community partners––on terrorist threats to US interests, author a range of finished intelligence products, and brief law enforcement, military, and policy customers to inform decision-making on national security
  • Targeting Officer - Identify as early as possible leads that could become terrorist threats to the Homeland and US interests abroad
  • Identities Intelligence Analyst - Perform in-depth all-source research and analysis; conduct targeted analysis of known and unknown terrorist personalities, groups, and networks in order to reveal identity attributes for future analytical and watchlisting purposes
  • Operations Officer - Maintain 24/7 global situational awareness by independently researching and analyzing raw intelligence reporting and maintaining awareness of current intelligence issues


Application due September 22nd: http://bit.ly/2wpAf0a

Communications and Advocacy Associate, Poverty to Prosperity Program - Center for American Progress

Responsibilities:

  • Produce timely written materials for the Hands Off campaign and other priorities for the Poverty to Prosperity Program, including talking points, newsletters, and fact sheets.
  • Field requests from advocates, policymakers, and experts on materials for the Hands Off campaign and other priorities for the Poverty to Prosperity Program.
  • Help plan events as part of the Hands Off campaign and other priorities for the Poverty to Prosperity Program.
  • Devise and draft rapid response social media posts about legislative and executive actions.
  • Draft social media for the Poverty team’s platforms, including Twitter and Facebook.
  • Support outreach and advocacy around the team’s policy priorities as needed.

Apply here: http://bit.ly/2xgCuXF

Medical Fellow (global health, gap-year program) - Global Public Service Academies

Take a gap year (2018-19)! You will work at a health center, in Guatemala or Belize, where you will have the opportunity to learn and work alongside doctors, nurses and community health workers. You will get a first-hand understanding of public health in low-resource areas. More information and application here: http://bit.ly/2gYX2u8

Communications and Partnerships Intern - Venture with Impact, LLC

This internship is all remote (so you can work while here in Williamsburg!). Venture with Impact is a social startup - great for those interested in social entrepreneurship.


Responsibilities:

  • Research universities, organizations, foundations and companies with potential links to Venture with Impact
  • Working with the CEO, contact and develop relationships with potential partners through outreach efforts
  • Develop written materials on VWI's programs including brochures, fliers, and program guides
  • Brainstorm and contribute new ideas working with the VWI team


Applications due October 10th. More info and the application guidelines here: http://bit.ly/2h0IC0d

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