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August 30, 2017 - Welcome Back!

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  1. "Take Control of Your Inbox with These Easy-to-Implement Tips"

  2. "Your End-of-Internship Checklist"


  1. Meet the Greens - TOMORROW August 31
  2. Crush the Career Fair - September 14th
  3. Fall Career and Internship Fair - September 15th

Professional Development

  1. "What are B-Corps" - Social Entrepeneurship

Job/Internship Opportunities

  1. Generalist Research Assistant - MDRC
  2. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Public Affairs - Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Internship Program

  3. Associate for Communications - Junior Achievement of Greater Washington

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"Take Control of Your Inbox with These Easy-to-Implement Tips"

How many of you feel overwhelmed by the influx of emails you receive in your inbox? Use this article to help keep everything organized!

"Your End-of-Internship Checklist"

While some of these may no longer be relevant, there are some really great tips in this article for wrapping up your summer internship. I highly recommend skimming through it.

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Meet the Greens

Sponsored by: W&M Sustainability

August 31, 1-3pm, Crim Dell Meadow (rain location Trinkle Hall)

Talk to student orgs, committees, professors, offices, departments, and local businesses about research, internships, and projects. Learn more about the sustainability opportunities, both on and off the campus, with FREE FOOD, MUSIC, and FUN!

For more information and to register for a free table visit

Crush the Career Fair

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Fall Career and Internship Fair

Friday, Sep. 15th, 12-4pm

200 Stadium Drive

Williamsburg, VA

Network, research, and explore at the 2017 Fall Career and Internship Fair! See the full list of employer attendees in TribeCareers. Login, then click "Events" > "Career Fairs"

At least 10 organizations will be present in the government, nonprofit, and social entrepreneurship fields.

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"What are B-Corps" - Social Entrepeneurship

Interested in Social Entrepeneurship? Watch the video below to learn more about B Corps, and check out their website:
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Generalist Research Assistant - MDRC

MDRC is hiring a generalist RA to work primarily on the P-TECH project. This person should have a strong interest in implementation research (field research and qualitative analysis) and general management. No statistical programming experience is necessary

P-TECH conducts large-scale experiments to evaluate programs that may benefit economically disadvantaged populations in a variety of settings (not just educational contexts). All of the P-TECH schools are located in NYC, so this will by a NY based position. Many of the P-TECH schools serve a high % of students from traditionally underrepresented groups. A demonstrated sensitivity to conducting research in these communities is a must.

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Department of Homeland Security, Office of Public Affairs - Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Internship Program

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Public Affairs (OPA) currently has internship opportunities available. The fall application deadline is August 31, 2017.

Interns will be working on various projects related to the mission of the Office of Public Affairs and its functional areas, (Incident Communications, and Office of the Press Secretary, Speechwriting, Strategic Communications, Web Communications, Internal Communications and Still Photography). The internship is full-time with flexible hours and the DHS office (located near American University) is metro accessible. All candidates must be U.S. citizens (no dual citizenship) currently enrolled and in good standing in a College or University. Preference will be given to applicants with a focus on political science, governance, development, public affairs, communications, and other related areas. Internships are unpaid and housing assistance is not provided. Interns will require a suitability clearance. In order to obtain a suitability clearance, all candidates must pass a background check. Please inform your students about this opportunity.

Students may also find more information at

Associate for Communications - Junior Achievement of Greater Washington

At Junior Achievement of Greater Washington, through our relevant, authentic, and experiential financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship programs, we are inspiring a generation to be financially capable and tenacious. With the help of volunteer role models and partners, we are equipping these young people with the tools to solve problems creatively, manage risk effectively, and welcome opportunity. Together, we are working to give our region's youth the hope to see a brighter future and the skills to answer the demands of the 21st century economy with "I can."

They are growing and are looking to fill the following position:

Associate, Communications:

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