Making a Living Making a Difference
February 22, 2017
- Why Au Pair? Skype Meet Up with Audrey Savage '16 Alum - TODAY
- CIA Information Sessions and Open House - Thursday and Friday, February 23rd and 24th
- Making a Living, Making a Difference Symposium Weekly Update
- Federal Resume and Application Workshop led by J.J, National Park Director - Wednesday, March 1st
- How Film Influences Policy Workshops - Global Film Festival - February 23rd and 25th
- Grant Thornton Case Competition - Non-business Majors Wanted
"Ask Victoria: How to Address A Negative Job Experience on an Interview"
"Love yourself first: 5 quotes to remind you"
- Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting (Led by Bill Clinton himself!)
- Young Professionals in Foreign Policy
- Workplace Programs Advocacy Internship - National Partnership for Women & Families
- Health Promotion Curriculum Intern - Williamsburg Department of Human Services
- National D-Day Memorial Internship
- Public Service Internships and Scholarships - Conference on Asian American Leadership
- Program Coordinator - Center for Global Development
- Communications Assistant, Economic Policy Studies - American Enterprise Institute
- Bachelor’s Degree Level Document Clerk - Partner JD
Why Au Pair? Skype Meet Up with Audrey Savage '16 Alum
Show up TODAY!
CIA Information Sessions and Open House
The CIA is still hiring! Find out about opportunities (U.S. Citizens only). In the simulation, students will work in teams to solve realistic intelligence challenges, gaining an strong understanding of what it is like to be an intelligence analyst at the agency. Look in "Information Sessions" on Tribe Careers for more info.
Making a Living, Making a Difference Symposium Weekly Update:
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Our alumni total is 38!
Panels in Environmental, International Development, Law, Mental Health, Museum, Policy, Public Health, Security/Intelligence, Social Justice, and Nonprofit careers. Plus, "How to Land a Legislative Job on Capitol Hill" Workshop and a networking reception!
Read every week for updated information. Make sure to add this event to your calendars now! This event was planned specifically for you guys!
Federal Resume and Application Workshop
How Film Influences Policy Workshops - Global Film Festival
The Making and Meanings of a Closer Walk - Thursday, February 23rd; Reves Center, Reves Room; 1:30pm
Kickstarting Your Documentary: The Logistics of Forgive-Don't Forget - Saturday, February 25th; Kimball Theatre Screening Room; 1pm
For more information, visit the Film Festival Website.
Grant Thornton Case Competition
"Ask Victoria: How to Address A Negative Job Experience on an Interview"
Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting
Apply now to attend CGI U 2017 at Northeastern University, which will take place from Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 15, 2017. Bill Clinton will be this year's host!
CGI U is President Clinton’s initiative to engage the next generation of leaders on college campuses around the world. Each CGI U student must make a Commitment to Action: a specific plan of action that addresses a pressing challenge on campus, in the community, or in a different part of the world.
The early application and travel assistance deadline is Wednesday, March 1, 2017. The final application deadline is Monday, May 1, 2017.
Over $750,000 in funding opportunities will be available to select CGI U commitment-makers. Students selected for CGI U 2017 may be eligible to receive travel stipends if they apply by the early decision deadline. The meeting is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more about CGI U.
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy
Workplace Programs Advocacy Internship - National Partnership for Women & Families
Health Promotion Curriculum Intern - Williamsburg Department of Human Services
To research relevant topics and create ten health and wellness learning modules to be delivered in a small group (home) setting. Student will work directly with the Care Team Nurse and Program Coordinator. Primary activities will include:
- Identify ten health and wellness topics relevant to families with children from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
- Review current literature from reputable sources.
- Develop a 60-90 minute lesson plan for each module that includes the information to be taught as well as any additional resources needed. Lessons shall include a variety of information delivery techniques (i.e. question/ answer, demonstrations, client participation, short videos, games, crafts, cooking/tasting). Audience is families with children, multi-cultural, and an age range of 0-80. Reading level of materials should be at a 5th grade level.
- Create a 10-question pre/post-test for each module to measure increase in knowledge.
Must be a Junior and US Citizen to apply. Apply on Tribe Careers.
National D-Day Memorial Internship
You must apply through the National D-Day Memorial Website; however, the website does not have any information about each internship - only Tribe Careers has the position descriptions.
Public Service Internships and Scholarships - Conference on Asian American Leadership
CAPAL’s Public Service Scholarship Program awards scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students who will be serving in unpaid public service internships in the Washington, DC area. These scholarships are intended to enable outstanding students with leadership potential to work full-time and learn ways to influence their local communities and the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community. Recipients of the scholarships are responsible for securing their own internship opportunity. This information is found on the same links as above.
Program Coordinator - Center for Global Development
- Organize and coordinate workflow on migration and forced displacement
- Track migration and development news and newly published research
- Organize internal and external meetings and conferences; help with scheduling and logistics for senior staff
- Support policy outreach team in activities related to migration program, including tracking relevant policy developments, such as legislation and hearings
- Support policy outreach team in developing opportunities to share research and policy proposals with the US government, international financial institutions, the United Nations system, and the development and immigration advocacy communities
- Assist with fundraising prospects
- Carry out literature reviews and conduct background research
- Provide other research, writing, and editing support
- Perform other administrative and basic research tasks as necessary
Communications Assistant, Economic Policy Studies - American Enterprise Institute
Junior Healthcare Research Programmer - Mathematica Policy Research
Working with large secondary data sources such as Medicare and Medicaid administrative claims data and survey data to effectively answer research questions about health care policy
Interpreting requirements and specifications to develop performance measures based on cost and quality of care for evaluating the effectiveness of numerous health care policies
Using a myriad of data sources to provide a comprehensive and rigorous assessment of the potential of creative ideas for service delivery and payment models to improve the health outcomes and well-being of patients, and to reduce spending for Medicare, Medicaid, and other payers
Aptitude for interpreting data outputs and articulating findings to researchers and policymakers
Bachelor’s Degree Level Document Clerk - Partner JD
PartnerJD is seeking bachelor’s degree level document clerk candidates for upcoming projects with our law firm and corporate clients in Richmond, Virginia.
Law firm assignments may include document review, redacting legal documents, subpoena processing, scanning documents for review, and a variety of legal support staff responsibilities. Contract and contract-to-hire positions or varying durations will be available. All work is conducted at the law firm site under the managing attorney's supervision.
Apply on Tribe Careers.
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