Making a Living Making a Difference

Newsletter

Welcome Back!

Hopefully you've all had a good winter break and are ready for the spring semester! Be sure to look over this newsletter each week for updates on upcoming events and programs, including more Meet Ups and the Making a Living Making a Difference Symposium! Remember that it is never too early or too late to start preparing for life after William and Mary. Check out our Career Readiness Checklist on our website: http://bit.ly/1sW2xwQ.


Additionally, stay up to date on all the events going on at the Career Center by regularly checking our Career Center Events Calendar. http://bit.ly/LJIpDV

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Interesting Articles & Other Resources

New Trend in the field of international development

For students looking to pursue a career in international development, this article discusses the development of a new position in the field--the integrator. Find out what this position does and how this plays into the bigger picture.


http://bit.ly/1wdWm28

Social Responsibility in the Corporate world

More and more corporations are looking to be more socially responsible. Issues such as global warming and food insecurity affect how a corporation or organization will be able to grow. To learn more about corporate social responsibility (CSR) check out this article.


http://bit.ly/1KNPCCM

Events

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Government & Non-Profit Expo

The Government & Non-Profit Expo at Georgetown University is coming up on February 13th! Many non-profits and government agencies cannot afford to come here to the William and Mary campus to recruit students. We've partnered with 4 other universities to host a big career fair featuring employers just in the government and non-profit sectors. This is your opportunity to make contact with some really interesting organizations to whom you might not otherwise have easy access. We are still recruiting employers; see who is attending so far:

https://georgetown-csm.symplicity.com/events/students.php?cf=EXPO2015


This event is happening in D.C. on the Georgetown U. campus. For those who need a ride up and back, reserve one of the 20 seats available by completing this form and bringing your non-refundable $40 deposit to the Career Center by Feb. 10th.
http://career.wm.edu/CFM/Events/NonProfit/BusEntryForm.cfm. On this same form, you can also access the rideshare board if you’d prefer not to take the bus or the train.


Please contact Courtney Frost as csga02@wm.edu with any questions.

Career and Internship Fair

The Spring Career and Internship Fair will be held on Friday, January 30th! This is a great opportunity for all students to meet employers, practice networking skills, and to potentially land a great job or internship!


Find out more information about the Career Fair here: http://bit.ly/1ukreyk

CIA Cast Study Simulation

The CIA will be hosting a case study competition on February 20th! The CIA very rarely comes to William and Mary to conduct these programs, so this is a very exciting opportunity for students looking to explore this career path! You must APPLY to be a part of a team by February 10th.


Check the workshops section in Tribe Careers for more information. http://bit.ly/1woNUiC

2015 Women’s Foreign Policy Group MENTORING FAIR

The Women's Foreign Policy Group Mentoring Fair is happening February 4th from 6-9pm in Washington DC. This is an opportunity for students to speak informally with senior-level international affairs experts about the skills required to break into the global job martket and hear valuable advice and guidance regarding career planning and internships.


Find out more information here: http://bit.ly/1ExO8bC

Featured From Tribe Careers

Development Internship at the Virginia Living Museum

The Virginia Living Museum is looking for interns to help with their development efforts. Selected candidates will gain experience and skills essential to success in the non-profit sector. Responsibilities include participating in fundraising and donor cultivation events, researching potential corporate and individual donors, writing solicitations, and entering data. The skills learned through this internship will be transferable to many jobs in the non-profit sector. Don't miss out on this great opportunity!


Find out more information and apply in Tribe Careers. http://bit.ly/1woNUiC

Intern at the AidData Center for Development Policy

AidData is looking for an intern to put their language skills to use! If you are proficient in Portuguese, Spanish, French, Arabic, or Eastern European languages and are interested in international development, be sure to consider this opportunity. Applications are due January 23rd.


For more information or to apply log into Tribe Careers. http://bit.ly/1woNUiC