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Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

 

The Cohen
Career Center
Newsletter

For W&M undergraduates & recent undergraduate alumni
 
   

Workshops   |    Deadlines    | employer Information Sessions    |   Internships    |    Jobs  
Call 757-221-3231 to schedule an appointment    |     Walk-in hours for quick question: M&T and W&R 

   
 
 

Featured Upcoming Events

 

Comparative Education: Stories from W&M International Students

Wednesday, April 16th, 3pm - 4pm, Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

 

A panel of W&M international students from different countries will share their experiences of studying in their home countries and in the US.

 

Tuan Vu '17 is an undergraduate majoring in neuroscience. He was born in Vietnam and was educated there until the end of middle school. Tuan moved to the United States in 2010.

 

Zara Sibtian is pursuing a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership. She is originally from Pakistan.

 

This lecture is organized by Charlie Gilmer '17 and is part of the Reves Hall Global Lectures. These lectures are informal discussions between featured speakers, students, professors and other guest speakers on global affairs. The lectures are free and open to the public.

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Search Associates Information Session (for Education Students)

Wednesday, April 16th, 5pm - 6pm, School of Education, Room 2066

 

Did you know that there are thousands of K-12 international schools around the world that offer an American, British, International Baccalaureate or generally international curriculum? While each school is a unique, independent institution, they typically share the following characteristics:

 

- The language of instruction is English.

- Academic standards are high.

- Students are motivated and well-behaved.

- Teachers are warmly appreciated by a welcoming international community, parent community and administration.

- Teachers enjoy an exciting lifestyle with ample opportunity to travel and pursue further professional development.

- Salary and benefits for teachers range from good to outstanding.

- Many international school teachers find they are able to save more money than if they were teaching in their home country.

 

The number of K-12 international schools is expected to double over the next 13 years. Demand for teachers is growing and professional development opportunities abound. If you are interested in joining CWM alumni who have taken teaching and internship jobs in international schools, come to this information session to learn more.

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Career Conversations

An opportunity for you to chat with W&M Parents via videoconferencing about their field of expertise at the Cohen Career Center!

 

Media & Communications

Wednesday, April 16 from 6:30-8:00p

Conversation Partners:

Jeff Schapiro: Politics Columnist, Richmond Times Dispatch

Sharon House: Partner, Much and House Public Relations

Karin Defrancis: Sports Entertainment Consultant, Maryland Jockey Club

Please RSVP at http://tinyurl.com/ccwmmc

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Welcome to Marketing at Mason
New to the business school and want more information about marketing?  Come to SMA’s final event of the semester to get more prepared to enter the block semester as a marketing major.  SMA will host several Executive Partners, knowledgeable professors in the marketing department and some graduating seniors with great experience for you!  Look out for more information about this event April 18th at 1 pm. RSVP here: https://forms.wm.edu/14864.

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Be sure to check out Tribe Careers to find additional opportunities for jobs and internships! Listings in Tribe Careers are not limited to specific majors. There are opportunities for all majors!

 

 

Workshops

 

FOCUS ON: INTERVIEWING & NETWORKING FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

Wednesday, April 16th, 5:30pm, Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

Strong interviewing and networking skills are invaluable, especially in terms of the scholarship application process. Come to this session to learn how to put your best self forward.

Excellent interviewing skills are essential; the good news is, they can be learned! But how?  You know it's important to have a strong network of people to turn to as resources as you're applying for scholarships (or thinking about grad or professional school). How do you build and maintain these connections? Come to this final Focus ON of the semester to learn the answers. We'll have pizza or sandwiches so an RSVP by noon on Wednesday is appreciated. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/67688J6

 

Making the Most of Your Summer Internship
Monday, April 21st at 4:00-5:00 pm, Cohen Career Center: Presentation Rm – RSVP http://ow.ly/vx4M3

Congratulations on securing that summer internship! Now, are you ready to make the most of it? An internship can be an excellent learning experience, but you need to do more than just clock-in and clock-out to realize the internship’s full potential. This workshop will address goal setting, networking strategies, and other tips to help you achieve success before, during, and after your internship.

 

Managing Your Online Identity

Wednesday, April 23rd, 4pm - 6pm, Cohen Career Center, Atrium

Facebook, linked in, twitter, blogs, departmental websites, and Google+ are all tools of the modern day workplace. Networking and presenting yourself effectively online is an important skill in today's world, and learning to do so efficiently is the topic of this workshop. Speakers will be posted once a list of speakers is finalized. This workshop is tailored towards graduate students of the arts and sciences. Click here for more information!

 

PricewaterhouseCoopers: Aspire to Lead: Live Webcast with Sheryl Sandberg
Thursday, April 24th, 2014, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm, Cohen Career Center Presentation Room 
This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about the Lean In concept from Sheryl Sandberg. Please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes early. RSVP:http://pwc.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6PTAJ15ttXW9jdb

 

 

Deadlines

 

 

U.S. Department of State - Great Seal    

Applications are now being accepted for the U.S. Department of State Pathways Internship Temporary Experience Program (ITEP).


Visit USAJobs to start the online application process and search for the following vacancy announcement numbers. Please note the cutoff number for each position;. Applications received after the cutoff number is reach will not be reviewed. Therefore, timely submission of applications is important.

 


ITEP

Grade

Location

Cutoff

Announcement Number

GS-199 Foreign Affairs

5,7

Washington, DC

200

HRSC/PATH-2014-0080

GS-199 Foreign Affairs - Seasonal 

5,7

Washington, DC

50

HRSC/PATH-2014-0081

GS-1099 Interior Design - Seasonal 

5,7

Washington, DC

100

HRSC/PATH-2014-0082

GS-399 Office Automation/Clerical

3

Chicago, IL

50

HRSC/PATH-2014-0087

 

The Internship Temporary Experience Program (ITEP) places interns on temporary appointments not to exceed one year with the possibility of extensions in one-year increments. The temporary nature of ITEP allows for interns to work during seasonal and holiday breaks in academic programs. ITEP participants are ineligible for noncompetitive promotions. If an ITEP participant is qualified at a higher grade level, he/she must compete for the position via a USAJobs vacancy announcement.


Both programs allow for noncompetitive conversion into the competitive service following successful completion of all program requirements. Veteran’s preference applies.


Pathways internship opportunities with the U.S. Department of State allow students to witness and participate in the formulation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy, and work closely with the U.S. diplomats and civil servants who carry out America’s foreign policy initiatives.


We appreciate your interest in a career with the U.S. Department of State.


Visit our forums if you have any questions, or to search for topics of interest. The forums can be found under Engage on the careers.state.gov website. You can also search our FAQs for more information.

 

U.S. citizenship is required. An equal opportunity employer.

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Business Bootcamp  for Arts & Sciences Students
Accepting Applications Now | Program Dates: May 12 – May 16 | Washington, DC 
This unique one-week program in Washington, D.C. will offer William & Mary Arts & Sciences undergraduate students an opportunity to immerse in a case-based curriculum designed to educate students on business principles including business strategy, marketing, finance, accounting, and communication. Working in teams, students will develop and pitch solutions to case-based problems while engaging with professionals in a variety of business disciplines. Students will be responsible for a portion of the expenses ($700), however, a limited amount of scholarship money is available upon application. The application process includes a resume, statement of interest, and minimum GPA of 3.0. Open to rising juniors and seniors in the Arts and Sciences majors only. Program Dates: Monday, May 12 - Friday, May 16th, 2014. To learn more and to apply, visit: https://forms.wm.edu/13958.

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Employer Information Sessions

  • Google Information Session
  • Thursday, April 17, 6pm, Cohen Career Center
  • William and Mary alum and Google employee, James Swetnam, will hold a video session for students to discuss full-time and internship opportunities, how to stand out as an applicant, life in general at Google, and answer your questions. Register to attend at:   http://tinyurl.com/googlecareerqa

 

Freshman & Sophomore Compass Programming:

 

Get connected with COMPASS! Get more information on upcoming workshops and counseling opportunities with the COMPASS listserv. Click here: https://forms.wm.edu/13788, to add your name and email to the contact list and start receiving regular updates soon!

 

Compass: Linked-in Basics

Wednesday, April 16th, 5:30pm - 6:30pm, Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

Freshmen & Sophomores, you know that networking remains the single most effective job search strategy. Online networking is becoming an increasingly important component. Start building and polishing your professional online presence now! Click here to RSVP in TribeCareers.

 

Compass: Making Summer Break Plans

Thursday, April 17th, 6pm - 7pm, Cohen Career Center, Presentation Rooms A&B

Summer break is worth more than extra sleep and catching up on your laundry. Come to this quick workshop to discover activities you can engage in during your time away from college to maintain momentum and progress in your career search. Click here to RSVP.


 

 

 

 

Internships (Jump to Jobs)

It is early in the year to see internship postings; many more will be listed during the winter. This is a small sample of the internships that were sent to us this week, and also of those you can find in our many internship resources.


Arts & Entertainment | Business | Communications | Education | Government | Green | International | Non-Profit | Policy | Science | Technology | Other Interesting

 

Be sure to check out Tribe Careers to find additional opportunities for jobs and internships! Listings in Tribe Careers are not limited to specific majors. There are opportunities for all majors!

 

Log into the University Career Action Network to learn about more internship opportunities! Use your W&M email account!

Arts and Entertainment

  • PR Internship, PMBC Group: PMBC Group is one of the fastest growing PR firms in LA with clients ranging from top APPs, new technology, consumer electronics and more. Our clients are from all over the world including Dubai, Hong Kong, Moscow and of coarse the US. We are looking for an energetic, creative, proactive and detail-oriented person to join us for our 4 months internship program. Many of our star interns get hired after the completion of the internship. Find more internships like this in the Entertainment Careers Internships, Arts & Entertainment section of our internship resources page.
  • Motion Picture Publicity Intern, Indie PR: High-profile boutique Film Publicity PR agency is looking for interns to fill immediate openings. Candidates will assist the two partners with publicity campaigns for films in production, in release, and in the festival circuit. Opportunities include the above and also working with the company on various premieres and film events and festivals including the upcoming Sundance Film Festival and South by Southwest Film Festival. Duties include research, writing, pitching press, coordination of lists for premieres and general administrative tasks. Must be outgoing, organized and fun to be around - we are like family. College credit available. Overtime and after hours work including premieres will be paid. Find more internships like this in the Entertainment Careers Internships, Arts & Entertainment section of our internship resources page.

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Business

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  • Summer Analyst, Motiv Strategies - Alexandria, Virginia: Are you genuinely curious and entrepreneurial? Do you excel at pulling concrete insights from ambiguous data? Are you a natural problem-solver who easily blends analytical and creative thinking? We’re looking for a Summer Analyst to join Motiv’s diverse, dynamic team of researchers, designers, engineers, and innovators for the summer.

 

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Communication/Journalism/PR

  • Communications Intern, Ericsson - Plano, Texas: Ericsson is a world-leading provider of telecommunications equipment & services to mobile & fixed network operators. Over 1,000 networks in more than 180 countries use Ericsson equipment, & more than 40 percent of the world's mobile traffic passes through Ericsson networks. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • Show of Force, an award-winning New York City-based production company, is seeking an outreach and engagement coordinator to work on a high profile transmedia project on global women's rights. The coordinator will oversee our campus and community ambassador program, communicating regularly with our 1,500+ U.S. and international ambassadors, as well as liaise with our partner NGOs. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • ASPCA, New York, NY. Assist social media, PR teams w/ online campaigns, initiatives across all program areas, build relationships w/ new online influencers, play large role in tracking, monitoring, analyzing orgz’s reputation online, participate in social media conversations, identify relevant blogger, social media conference opptys, assist in creation of quarterly, yearly analysis report of brand online. Req BA/BS, strong internship exp in social media communications, PR, corporate communications, exp in social media incl Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr Google+, strong writing, communication, computer internet skills, know Chicago, AP styles, passion for social media. Find more internships like this in our password-protected resources, Liberal Arts and International Internships.

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Education

  • CAMP LEAD INSTRUCTOR. Atlanta Fulton County Zoo, Inc., Atlanta, GA . PT/SEASONAL. Educate and inspire children ages 4-14, ranging from Pre-Kindergarten-rising 8th Graders; provide leadership and be a resource to all camp staff; help to develop and implement animal and environmental/conservation education lessons, games and activities; assist with refining camp curriculum based on feedback from instructors and campers; ensure that proper animal handling procedures are followed by all camp staff; resolve counselor issues as necessary; and report resolutions and/or issues that need further attention to Camp Supervisor. Req HS Diploma/GED; 2 yrs of college or professional experience in a related field; have background in environmental education, biology, education or related fields and experience working with children in a camp, school or environmental setting; excellent organization & communication skills. Find more internships like this in our password-protected resources, Liberal Arts & International internships.
  • SCHOOL AGE HOMEWORK ASSISTANT/TUTOR. The YMCA of Middle Tennessee, Williamson County, TN . Model YMCA core values: respect, responsibility, caring and honesty; ensure the safety of children at all times; commit to tutoring according to the scheduling needs of the school program hours; act as educational liaison between School Age Services and school staff at faculty meetings; maintain a tutor binder that contains tutor attendance rosters and individualized reports on children using the tutoring services; an assist in developing and implementing a quality educational component that meets YMCA guidelines. Req BA/BS; with current Tennessee teaching certification; have experience in child development or related experience; possess knowledge and skills to work with children in their specific identified areas of academic weakness; excellent communication skills. Salary $15.34-$17.25/hr. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation - On-Site Education Intern, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation: Learn and apply museum education methodology. Teach in a museum setting. Assist in program development by organizing historical content into engaging learning experiences for students of all ages. Gain practical experience in dealing with the education field trip audience. Assist with various projects in support of on-site education. Work effectively with On-site Education staff to provide a quality visitor experience consistent with the Foundation’s mission. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

 

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Government

 

The Weekly House Employment Bulletin is a great resource for finding job and internship vacancy announcements within the US House of Representatives! To submit your resume online, Click Here. To sign up to receive the weekly House Employment Bulletin, Click Here.

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  • Policy Fellow - Center for Native American Youth: Fellows will support the Center for Native American Youth’s program initiatives through sophisticated research, communication, convening, and policy efforts aimed at improving the lives of young people in tribal and urban Indian communities. Job responsibilities will include policy research, constituent outreach, communications, and organization of project expertise as well as administrative support. The Center seeks individuals who are motivated, responsible, detail-oriented, and self-starters with strong written and verbal communication skills. Applicants must have demonstrated strong interest and at least some experience working with American Indian and Alaska Native peoples in the focus areas of 1) racial equity and oral health or 2) bereavement). Find more internships like this in our password-protected resources, Political Jobs & internships.
  • The White House Office of Presidential Correspondence (OPC) Associate Program, White House Office of Presidential Correspondence (OPC): The White House Office of Presidential Correspondence (OPC) Associate Program is open every spring, summer, and fall, and we are currently accepting applications for the summer 2014 semester, from May 27 to August 8. Associates work alongside our staff and interns, gaining valuable professional experience while learning about the White House and the Federal Government. Our associates serve in our office for a minimum of 30 hours per week. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

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Green

Looking for Spring or Summer Internships around the Environment or Activism?


Sign up here to receive bi-monthly opportunities from Green Corps and our alumni!
We have over 350 alumni working with groups like Rainforest Action Network, Food & Water Watch, the Sierra Club, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, National Wildlife Federation, Union of Concerned Scientists and more.Many of these alumni will be looking for spring and summer interns!


Click here to add your name to our mailing list about these opportunities that will be happening across the country.


Email Charlotte Bartter, Green Corps Recruitment Director & W&M Alum from 2011 with any questions at Charlotte@greencorps.org!

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The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve the plants, animals, and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. 

 

The Nature Conservancy is currently seeking two German, Spanish- and/or Portuguese-speaking undergraduate or graduate students with at least two years of college education for its Legal Volunteer Program. Volunteer Legal Assistants will work in The Nature Conservancy Worldwide Office Legal Department for the summer. The unpaid positions are full-time (minimum 35 hours per week) during the summer.  The Conservancy encourages students to work with their school programs to earn academic credit or develop research topics applicable to the Volunteer’s curriculum.  

 

The Volunteers will be expected to work on one or two major projects, and to provide much of their own administrative support. This position entails working with the Legal Assistants and Legal Counsel supporting the Conservancy’s work in countries of the Caribbean and Latin America on a variety of projects, including research and writing on assigned topics. These projects will give Volunteers valuable experience in the work of a non-profit legal department including computer research and memoranda writing. 

 

During this experience, Volunteers will have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of environmental land protection abroad. Some research material and documentation may be in Spanish, Portuguese or German; therefore, a strong comprehension of the Spanish, Portuguese German language is required.  Aside from the major projects, Volunteers will also work on short, unscheduled assignments. Generally, these assignments are the result of unanticipated issues that have arisen and need prompt attention. In such cases, the Volunteers may need to do some research into the problem and provide a short summary of the findings.  Various administrative tasks will also be assigned, ranging from filing and copying to taking documents for authentication to various consulates and the State Department. 

 

The Legal Volunteer Program provides valuable experience in many areas and can be an excellent foundation for future non-profit or legal work. The Legal Department at The Nature Conservancy offers a friendly and cooperative atmosphere in which to work. Volunteers will find that their supervisors and coworkers are accessible and helpful. Volunteers will have an opportunity to interact with staff supporting the Conservancy’s work in the Caribbean and Latin America on a daily basis and may find themselves working on projects for several of them before the summer is over. 

 

Applications are accepted year-round. Availability of Volunteer positions vary.

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  • Environmental Policy Intern, US Department of the Interior: The intern will become an integral part of the functioning of OEPC Atlanta office including general research, environmental review and comments on external federal projects as well as compiling minutes from meetings, and some general office duties. The exposure to various statutes that govern our natural resources (such as the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA), the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Federal Power Act, the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and other authorities) should improve the intern's understanding of federal service and the mission of the Department of the Interior and OEPC. The duration of the internship likely be for 20-25 hours per week, beginning the Summer quarter/semester 2014. Compensation: This is an unpaid internship only and provides an opportunity to gain experience and if the college allows, school credit. Find more internships like this in the New Organizing Institute Jobs Board, Green Internships section of our internship resources page.
  • Intern - Energy Advisory and Solutions ICF International: ICF International is hiring Interns to help grow our North American and global energy and environmental consulting business. Interns contribute to the development of innovative, analytical, high quality and commercially relevant products and services, typically working on multiple projects with all levels of staff. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

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International

  • CNN EN ESPANOL INTERN. Turner Broadcasting, Washington, DC, DC . Paid internship. Learn how to set up a show run down, coordinate with reporters, and search for show elements, control room production; accompany producers on stories; book and greet show guests; administrative duties; help develop show ideas; learn how videotape is gathered and edited; assist associate producers, tape editor, assignment editors, and producers. Req Fluent in English-Spanish; seeking a career in broadcast journalism; self motivated; good multi-tasking skills; meets deadlines. Find more internships like this in our password-protected resources, Liberal Arts & International internships.
  • Summer Intern, The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations: The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations' Washington, DC Summer Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the Nation's Capital. The program features an energizing and demanding mix of professional involvement, intellectual challenge, career exploration, and cultural encounter designed to provide interns with a rich and varied experience during their time in Washington. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

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Non-Profit

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Policy

The Weekly House Employment Bulletin is a great resource for finding job and internship vacancy announcements within the US House of Representatives! To submit your resume online, Click Here. To sign up to receive the weekly House Employment Bulletin, Click Here.

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Log in to Tribe Careers to check out the following positions:

  • NAEYC Internship: Students interested in an internship opportunity at NAEYC should submit a letter of interest describing their educational background, experience and what they hope to gain from an internship at our Association and current resume to hr@naeyc.org for review and consideration. Find more internships like this in our password-protected resources, Policy Jobs & Internships
  • Log into TribeCareers.wm.edu to view Cato Institute Summer Internships: The Cato Institute is seeking interns to assist our scholars in all areas of policy covered by the institute--health care, education, taxation, economics, foreign policy, defense, law, drug policy, and more. Media relations, external affairs, and graphic design/video production internships are also available.

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Science/Technology

  • Opower Engineering Internship, Arlington, VA: Depending on your background and interests, you may work on web UIs, back-end Java code, MySQL and Hadoop databases, development tools or test automation. Be a full member of our team: Participate in our daily scrums and be responsible for software that makes a difference in the world. Work with engineers across the team. Interact with Software Engineers, Quality Engineers, Program Managers, Architects and Designers. Learn how Scrum works and how we apply agile to our software development methodology. Find more internships like this in the GoingGlobal link in TribeCareers.wm.edu
  • Science News Writing Internship, Science Magazine: The Science intern will join the regular news staff in Washington, DC, and devote most of his or her time to contributing to the magazine and to ScienceNOW, our daily online news service. In addition, the intern will research and write other news stories, assist in production, fill in for absent staffers, and provide help as needed to staff writers and editors. Science pays a modest salary. Find more internships like this in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Science and Technology section of our internship resources page.
  • Intern - Quality Systems Engineering, Stihl: STIHL Inc. has an opening for a Quality Systems Engineering Intern! As a part of our Quality Systems team, you will have the opportunity to assist our Quality Engineering department with various projects. The focus of this internship will be to improve and implement Quality Management tools. This is a full-time 40 hour per week internship with the projected work hours to be 7am – 4pm, M – F. Find more internships like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • To receive information and resources specifically for those interested in science and technology careers, contact Career Center advisor, Don Snyder

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Jobs

This is a small sample of the jobs that were sent to us this week, and also of those you can find in our many job resources. Finding a job is much more than just digging through job databases, though; a successful job search is multidimensional. Do keep an eye on On-Campus Recruiting; some employers are actually coming here to interview you!

 

Arts & Entertainment | Business | Communications | Education | Government | Green | International | Non-Profit | Policy | Science | Technology | Other Interesting

 

Be sure to check out Tribe Careers to find additional opportunities for jobs and internships! Listings in Tribe Careers are not limited to specific majors. There are opportunities for all majors!

Arts and Entertainment

  • Audio Engineer - Jazz Ambassadors, United States Army Field Band: Perform as a live audio engineer (FOH) for the Jazz Ambassadors of The U.S. Army Field Band. Perform duties as Assistant Live Audio Engineer for the Concert Band, Soldiers' Chorus, and The Volunteers as needed. Tour approximately 100 days per year in the U.S. and overseas. Duties include planning, setting up, operating, tearing down, maintaining, and accounting for large sound systems for The U.S. Army Field Band. Find more jobs like this in our password-protected resources, New England Conservatory.

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Business

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  • Entry Level Financial Analyst/Risk Management Position, Newport News Shipbuilding: Performs evaluations of various risk financing options that include, sensitivity analysis with regard to key financial metrics and discounted cash-flow analysis. Reviews insurance policies and other similar documents. Supports Enterprise Risk Management activities including annual risk assessment process. Prepares reports of findings and recommendations to management.

 

 

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Communication/Journalism/PR

  • Atlantic Media Fellowship, The Atlantic Media Company: Atlantic Media is a nationally-recognized, award-winning, and digital-first media enterprise whose flagship publications — The Atlantic, National Journal, and Government Executive — are among the most influential media outlets in America. Drawing upon its expertise and best practices, Atlantic Media has also recently launched three new businesses: Atlantic Media Strategies, an in-house marketing services agency, Quartz, an all-digital global news publication, and Defense One, a site dedicated to covering the people and forces shaping the future of U.S. defense and national security. Atlantic Media is growing, evolving, and causing major disruption in the world of media. Find more jobs like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • Communications Manager, National Conference on Citizenship: The National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is seeking a Communications Manager to work with our Communications Director in the management and execution of NCoC’s external communications programs. The Associate will support the production and graphic design of our Civic Health Index reports, management of NCoC.net and social media accounts, and coordination of events and meetings. We are especially interested in a strategic, results-focused professional who will actively leverage our assets to enhance and promote NCoC’s brand. Find more jobs like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • PR-Public Relations Manager, Muchness.com: We are seeking a full-time PR/Public Relations manager to help with outreach to our partners across retail/magazine/print media. We ask that you have excellent communication and organizational skills, a great work ethic, the ability to work efficiently and a can-do attitude. Find more jobs like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

 

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Education

  • 2014 Summer Intensive SAT Instructor, The Princeton Review Korea: Have you been looking to experience a new culture and take a break from the daily routine of your current position? Are you currently a graduate student who is interested in spending summer break abroad? Would you like to build off your current experience in a vibrant environment where students are eager to learn what you have to teach them? The Princeton Review Korea is looking for someone like you! Find more jobs like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • Blueprint Education Fellowship 2014-2015, Blueprint Schools Network: Blueprint Fellows play an integral role in heightening student achievement in schools across the country. On a daily basis, Fellows build individualized lessons and plan activities that help to fill in academic gaps students may have to strengthen academic performance inside the classroom. During the course of the year, Fellows are building strong relationships that help to increase each student’s self-confidence in and commitment to his/her education, helping to foster a positive future for each student. Find more jobs like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

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Government

The Weekly House Employment Bulletin is a great resource for finding job and internship vacancy announcements within the US House of Representatives! To submit your resume online, Click Here. To sign up to receive the weekly House Employment Bulletin, Click Here.

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  • Policy Analyst, Washington DC: The National Security Network is hiring a Policy Analyst to be part of NSN's policy team. The ideal candidate will have superior writing skills; experience in and familiarity with foreign policy, national security and international affairs; familiarity with government process, the think-tank community, and the overall policy development and implementation; and the ability to think creatively about policy options. Find more jobs like this in the Opportunities in Public Affairs, Government section of our Job Resources page

  • Government Affairs Director, Washington DC: The Government Affairs Director will lead the development, planning and implementation of the American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) advocacy priorities and strategy at the Federal legislative and regulatory levels in a comprehensive and integrated manner. The Director will provide strategic guidance to ACC’s executive staff and member leadership for the development and execution of the College’s advocacy agenda. He/she will support the Advocacy Vice President in overall division management and coordination and build/lead a team of skilled legislative and regulatory affairs advocacy professionals. Find more jobs like this in the Opportunities in Public Affairs, Government section of our Job Resources page.

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Green

  • NextSun Energy, Project Coordinator: This is an office and project based position primarily located in our Brookline, MA location with heavy project coordination, construction assistance, and administrative/organizational responsibilities. Find more jobs like this in the GreenJobs, Green Jobs section of our job resources page.
  • Farm Director: "Be responsible for the planning, coordination, and implementation of all farm work at Arcadia Farm." Find more jobs like this in our password-protected resources, Ethical Jobs.

 

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International

  • Teach For China Teaching Fellowship 2014-2016, Teach for China: Teach For China is committed to eliminating educational inequity in China by enlisting the most promising future leaders in the effort. Each year, Teach For China selects a cohort of outstanding Chinese and American university graduates to work as Teaching Fellows in under-resourced Chinese schools for two years. Teach For China Fellows are leaders in their classrooms and go on to become leaders in a variety of fields committed to ending educational inequity in China. Find more jobs like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.
  • Program Manager: Work as a "Program Manager in the Health Directorate’s Innovation and Redesign Unit" in Australia. Find more jobs like this in the GoingGlobal link in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

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Non-Profit

  • Religion and Faith Program Assistant: Work for the Human Rights Campaign, "the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans." Find more jobs like this in our password-protected resources, Human Rights Jobs

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Policy

The Weekly House Employment Bulletin is a great resource for finding job and internship vacancy announcements within the US House of Representatives! To submit your resume online, Click Here. To sign up to receive the weekly House Employment Bulletin, Click Here.

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Log in to Tribe Careers to check out the following positions:

  • Senior Policy Advisor, Canada: "Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is seeking a motivated individual with excellent interpersonal and leadership skills to join the Strategic Planning and Policy Branch." Find more jobs like this in our password-protected resources, Policy Jobs
  • Log into TribeCareers.wm.edu to view Policy and Planning Analyst: The Virginia Department of Planning and Budget is "seeking up to six motivated self-starters with strong analytical, writing, and technical skills to be a part of public policy and performance budget decision-making in Virginia."

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Science/Technology

  • Software Developer, Epic Systems Corporation: As a developer at Epic, there’s a good chance your innovations will affect the life of someone close to you – in fact, you’ll directly impact the way over 50% of Americans receives healthcare. You’ll push the boundaries in creating software to reduce medical errors, improve screening for diseases, and lower the cost of medical care while improving its quality. Find more jobs like this in TribeCareers.wm.edu.

  • Log into TribeCareers.wm.edu to view: IT Development Program, Capital One: Geek. Nerd. Tech-junkie. They’re all pet-names to us. And if you share in a passion for all things technology, then you’d be the perfect candidate for the Capital One Information Technology team. Capital One is at the forefront of the digital banking revolution and our technology teams are critical to the success of our credit card, banking and financial service businesses. From our mobile banking applications to the systems that process our customer transactions – Information Technology is the core of our business.

  • To receive information specific to science and technology career fields, contact Career Center advisor Don Snyder.

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