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3/1: Zero Hunger Internship Program

The Zero Hunger Internship Program is a paid summer leadership development opportunity for college students who are interested in federal anti-hunger policy. Interns work in Washington, D.C., for 10 weeks at organizations that focus on domestic or global hunger. In addition to participating in leadership development training through the Congressional Hunger Center, interns also attend a five-part Summer…

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2/11: Capital Fellows Program

The Center for California Studies administers four fellowship programs, known collectively as the Capital Fellows Programs. These nationally recognized public policy fellowships offer unique experiences in policy-making and development in each branch of government. Capital Fellows are placed at some of the highest levels of California state government and assist state legislators, senior-level executive staff,…

The 10 Most Popular Fellowships of 2018

Dec 28, 2018 • Re-posted from ProFellow With a member base of more than 93,000 fellowship seekers, ProFellow is a unique tool for identifying some of the world’s most popular professional and academic fellowships. Here are ProFellow’s 10 most popular fellowships of 2018, based on the number of times they’ve been favorited by our users. Congrats to those who…

Deadline 2/15/19: Congressional Budget Office , Assistant Analyst

Multiple Divisions The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. CBO is seeking several assistant analysts to work in various divisions. Specific duties vary by division, but most include research assistance, statistical analysis, database management, graphics production, literature review, and quality assurance. Qualifications Candidates for…

Top 10 Summer Fellowships of 2019

Posted by ProFellows – Dec 04, 2018 Looking to maximize the potential of your summer break? These paid summer fellowships offer opportunities all over the world to get hands-on experience in architecture, medicine, law, and more! In addition to these programs, ProFellow’s database lists summer fellowships for people of all backgrounds, disciplines, and career stages in the…

12/11: Future Global Leaders Fellowship (FGL) Information Session

12/11: Future Global Leaders Fellowship (FGL) Information Session The Future Global Leaders Fellowship (http://www.futureleaders.org/) is an internationally-competitive 3-year program for first-generation and low-income freshmen. It provides intensive programming including a 3-week fully-funded leadership training in the U.S, top professional mentors, funding for an internship abroad, career training and advising, and access to a global network.…

US Air Force, Premier College Intern Program

Applicable to: Civilian The Premier College Intern Program is designed to attract individuals currently enrolled full time in college who are seeking a dynamic career with the Air Force Civilian Service. This objective is accomplished by recruiting and selecting high-caliber candidates and training them to become competent, effective, and productive employees focusing on science, technology,…

Air Force Pathways Programs – Students and Recent Graduates

Applicable to: Civilian The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) issued the final rule for the Pathways Programs on 11 May 2012 (77 FR 28194) establishing the Internship Program and the Recent Graduates Program and revising and reinvigorating the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program.  These two new programs, along with the PMF Program, collectively form what the President called…

U.S. Air Force Cyber Civilian Recent Graduates Program

U.S. Air Force Cyber Civilian Recent Graduates Program WORK WITH THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE AS ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: Computer Scientist * Computer Engineer * Electronics Engineer * Info Tech Specialist The Cyber RECENT GRADUATE Intern Program targets college graduates for a two or three year – full time- training and development…

12/6: El Pomar Fellowship Info Session

Become an El Pomar Fellow! El Pomar Fellowship Information Session Lunch Thursday, December 6th at 12:15 in the Career Center. RSVP on Handshake for lunch. Would you like to spend your days working to promote the well-being of Colorado communities? Do you want to advance your career and push yourself personally and professionally? Do you…

CLIF Business with Purpose Scholarship due 1/25/19

Clif Bar is a different kind of company, so this is a different kind of scholarship – one that is designed to ease the financial burden of student debt and encourage tomorrow’s business leaders to prioritize purpose in their future careers. Scholarship rewards include: 9-12 months to explore their purpose after graduation through an opportunity they…

Deadline 11/20: FDIC – Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)

As one of the nation’s premier financial regulatory agencies, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) offers unlimited opportunities for career advancement. Our mission is to maintain stability and public confidence in the U.S. financial system by insuring deposits, examining and supervising financial institutions, and managing receiverships. FDIC employees combine in-depth expertise on finance and banking operations with…

Deadline 11/19; Federal Communications Commission, Economics Research Assistant

Economics Research Assistant The Federal Communications Commission is seeking detail-oriented candidates with a microeconomics or industrial organization economics background for positions as economics research assistants. The Commission’s responsibilities include regulation of radio and television stations, shared jurisdiction over cable television service, regulation of commercial mobile radio services (e.g., mobile voice and data services) and public…

SLAC NYC & D.C. Recruiting Day Jobs Now Posted!

It’s SLAC time again! What’s SLAC, you ask? The Selective Liberal Arts Consortium, which helps top-notch employers recruit students from seven outstanding colleges – including CC. Recruiting happens over video, and on-site in Washington D.C. and New York City. Everything you need to know about SLAC is right here. What are the SLAC Recruiting Days? Through Recruiting…

Sovereignty Tour: Tribal Nations & Government Half Block

Sovereignty Tour: Exploring Professional Development and Cultural Life within Tribal Nations Half Block What’s this class about? Most students have little exposure to the organization of tribal governments in the United States and the jobs these sovereign nations do for their citizens and other indigenous people who live within their political jurisdiction. This course will provide…

Public Policy-Making in the Era of Trump Half Block

Public Policy-Making in the Era of Trump Half Block What’s this class about? After winning the electoral college but losing the popular vote, President Trump took office and pursued aggressive policy positions without a hint of compromising or building coalitions with his political opponents. After two years in office, has Trump become a transformative leader…

Tonight 10/24 – Thomas Edsall, Writer for the New York Times

Thomas B. Edsall has been teaching political journalism at Columbia University since 2006. His column on strategic and demographic trends in American politics appears every Thursday in the New York Times. He has been a weekly contributor to the Times’ online opinion pages since 2011. He covered politics for the Washington Post from 1981 to…

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11/1 – Public Policy & International Affairs Program Fellowship

The PPIA program prepares undergraduates to be competitive  candidates for top degree programs in the fields of public policy, public administration or international affairs through participation in a Junior Summer Institute (JSI). The Public Policy and International Affairs Program (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute (JSI) is a national fellowship program that prepares students for an advanced…

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – Junior Fellows Program

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States. Our mission, dating back more than a century, is to advance the cause of peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration…

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2019 LSAT Test Changes

In October 2018, the Law School Admission Council made two announcements about 2019 LSAT test changes with the stated goal of modernizing law school admissions and easing the process of applying to law school for students taking the LSAT in summer 2019 and beyond. What’s changing on the LSAT in 2019? First, the LSAC announced…