When: November 19, 2020 4:00 PM-5:00PM EST Where: Virtual Event
CarMax is so excited to be able to offer Virtual Workshops for Case Interview Preparation again this year! Whether you are interviewing with them, or other companies, they want to share the best ways to prepare, and insight into what you can expect.Through their Virtual Workshops for Case Interview Preparation students will hear directly from CarMax Analysts on what to expect, how to prepare and answer questions. They will also share information about CarMax opportunities and what to expect from a CarMax interview.
Join the Career Center Student Advisory Board! Utilizing student advisor’s programs to assist with advocacy of career services has become increasingly popular within career centers at various institutions across the country. This student group will be trained in career services and will be responsible for a variety of tasks, including presenting workshops, peer-to-peer support, and volunteering at career-related events. The Career Center relies heavily on the assistance of the students at career events. The program will benefit students by providing a unique involvement and professional development opportunity for the student advisors. These student advisors would serve as student leaders at career events and help direct other student volunteers. Student advisors will also have the opportunity to participate in various committees within the organization (such as diversity and inclusion, social media marketing, employer outreach, etc.). The program will offer students an opportunity for personal and professional growth. Student advisors will gain valuable work experience, knowledge about the Career Center, and make connections that will give them an advantage as they prepare to enter the workforce. Finally, If you are interested, you can attend an information session on November 19th: 11am-12pm or December 1: 5-6pm.
Interested in learning about a career in cybersecurity? Join this Thursday, Nov. 19 from 11-11:45 a.m. to hear from a recruiter from KnowBe4, a cybersecurity company headquartered in Florida. Spots are limited, so RSVP as soon as possible to get the Zoom link! Questions? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Alex, an experienced LSAT instructor with over 1,000 hours in the class room while he teaches you the ins-and-outs of applying to law school. You have made it so far in your journey to become a lawyer so don't stop there and become an expert on how to make yourself the most marketable to law schools while balancing different ones you apply for. You won't want to miss this opportunity!
On November 19, 2020 come hear from 6 Georgia Tech Graduate students about their path to graduate school and their experience within their respective research fields in order to gain a better persepctive into what graduate school could do for you!
The Emory PhD Program puts students on the intellectual frontier of the economic discipline by introducing them to the leading-edge theories and techniques. This training allows students to actively investigate research questions of particular interest and importance to them. Students in the PhD program in Economics at Emory will have access to distinguished faculty eager to mentor students, financial support including generous annual stipend and full tuition scholarship, low student-to-faculty ratio with small interactive classes, research opportunities at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and conduct critical research in the focus areas of Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Health Economics, and Econometrics. They are accepting applications now until January 1, 2021. Applicants with additional questions can email them at email@example.com.
Stephanie Jackson, the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Advising and Career Services at Nunn School of International Affairs, is hiring a new student assistant for the spring 2021 semester. Apply by November 30. Interviews will be held virtually in December.
Branch is now accepting applications for their Spring 2021 Policy Intern Program. Founded by GT Alumnus Walter Ley, Branch is a new Atlanta startup that uses the best of product and UX design to make information about Georgia's elections convenient and digestible. They have a free, nonpartisan website (www.branch.vote) that walks voters through what will be on their ballot so that they can vote locally with confidence. Branch first launched in Atlanta in May 2020, and they've already had explosive growth, with over 30,000 voters visiting their site as a resource. The Branch team is looking to add talented interns to their team for the Spring 2021 semester to continue this growth and provide a valuable service to the Atlanta community. As a Branch intern, you would have the opportunity to apply your policy background and communication skills within a dynamic tech startup environment. You would be responsible for conducting research related to legislation, candidates, and elections at the federal, state, and local levels of government. You would work collaboratively with our tech team to develop strategies for how to best communicate this research to everyday people. You will learn how to apply modern UX design practices, including usability testing and experimentation, to the field of public policy. The internship will last for 13 weeks and is unpaid. It will require roughly 20 hours per week. If interested, please email your resume to Walter Ley at firstname.lastname@example.org by November 25th at 5pm.
Ronald Blue Trust provides wealth management strategies and trust services based on biblical principles to help clients make wise financial decisions, live generously, and leave a lasting legacy. In this internship, you will manage due diligence initiatives including full strategy review; perform investment, economic, and market research for modeling including factor studies; research and write internal blog posts on assigned topics from investments team; review and update investment department company intranet pages; assist in the development of presentations and reports as assigned; observes operational and business to gain insight into the inner workings of the different functional areas within the department; and evaluate process efficiencies and offer suggestions to enhance systems and interactions with branches and/or team members. 4 IAC Alumni Work Here.
Neuberger Berman is an independent, employee-owned, global asset management firm, serving the financial needs of institutions and individual investors worldwide. Their broad capabilities include traditional and alternative equity and fixed income strategies, private equity and commodities, in addition to portfolio advice and wealth planning services. They offer a broad platform to accommodate the evolving needs of our clients. Their Global Fixed Income Platform operates in eight cities across three continents (Chicago, New York, Atlanta, London, Paris, the Hague, Singapore and Shanghai). They provide clients best-in-class capabilities across the global fixed income investment universe, public and private markets. During the summer, you will gain exposure to sovereign, corporate and local markets strategies. Opportunities will span corporate research, macroeconomic analysis, trading and portfolio analyst positions. Successful interns will be invited to join our full-time rotational program. 2 IAC Alumni work Here.
The Bi-lingual Victim Advocate (BVA) will provide direct victim services by receiving calls from Hispanic/Latino victims, assisting with determination of compensation eligibility and completing compensation applications. On behalf of the victim, the BVA will contact law enforcement, the DA's office and medical providers to retrieve supporting documentation of the incident. The BVA will collaborate with law enforcement. the DA's office, medical providers and various Hispanic/Latino organizations including the Mexican Consulate that works exclusively in support of the Hispanic/Latino community. The BVA is responsible for translating service documents (documents needed by the victim) from English to Spanish. The BVA works directly with victims and claimants from the Hispanic/Latino population as well as with the English speaking victims and claimants. The BVA enables the Victims Compensation Program to communicate with the Hispanic/Latino population. This position provides advocacy and direct services to innocent victims of violent crime in all 100 counties. 1 IAC Alumni Works Here.
In this new era, IBM is reshaping industries with our expertise in Cloud, Analytics, Security, Mobile, and the Internet of Things – changing how businesses build, collaborate, analyze, and engage. At the heart of this transformation are Market Development & Insights (MD&I) analysts. They provide a trusted, objective view of the market and its impact on IBM, empowering IBMers to drive actions that grow the business. An MD&I analyst is a critical thinker with strong business insight and a desire to work in partnership with IBM executive leaders. MD&I analysts approach every engagement with a client-centered focus, bringing together marketplace expertise, understanding of competitive dynamics, and data from a variety of sources to drive value and growth for the business. MD&I’s 10-week summer internship program will provide you with the opportunity to work on strategic projects that address real business challenges facing IBM’s decision makers. Throughout the summer, you will participate in educational sessions to develop skills, join in on networking opportunities to connect with other members of MD&I and across IBM, and gain exposure to many different parts of IBM’s business. 124 IAC Alumni Work Here.
Interns at Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air are embedded within their teams and work on visible projects that directly impact our guests and the business. When not working, we invite our interns to take advantage of our unlimited complimentary space-available travel on Alaska Airlines or Horizon Air - lunch in San Diego? Weekend in Portland? Maui? Phoenix? Done! Become part of a dynamic environment that offers a hands-on internship experience. They are looking for talented and enthusiastic students to contribute toward key projects that support our business, community and cultural growth. In this internship you will, experience a work environment that thrives on innovation, collaboration and partnership; help Alaska Airlines’ e-commerce team see the world from our customers’ perspective through understanding their behavioral pattens at scale and collecting survey feedback; assist in foundational and discovery product development work to understand our customers and their needs related to Alaskaair.com, our mobile apps and kiosks; and collaborate with UX researchers, designers, product managers and others in the e-commerce division. 10 IAC Alumni Work Here!
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a non-profit, bipartisan policy research organization. CSIS was founded in 1962 to provide strategic insights and practical policy solutions to decision makers concerned with global security and prosperity. CSIS seeks a research intern to support the Economics Program. The Economics Program’s mission is to illuminate the role of economics in foreign policy and national security and to offer practical economic policy ideas to enhance U.S. and global prosperity and security. They work on the practice of economic statecraft, from trade agreements and investment treaties to financial sanctions and export controls, as well as global economic governance and the domestic foundations of U.S. economic power. Much of the Program’s work is centered on the Asia-Pacific region, with specific emphasis on U.S. economic strategy toward the region and relations with China, Japan, and other key regional players. They also work on U.S. economic cooperation with allies, including EU countries and Asian allies, with a particular focus on the intersection of international economic cooperation and technology policy. Because of the fast-paced work environment, interns should be motivated self-starters who enjoy a wide variety of analytic and logistical tasks and have strong written and oral communications skills. Interns will be part of a tight-knit and dedicated team where they will have the opportunity to make serious and substantive contributions to the work of the program. This internship is remote and paid. 1 IAC Alumni Works Here.
As a Fortune 300 company, Norfolk Southern employs over 28,000 employees, the vast majority of whom are covered by a Collective Bargaining Agreement. As a Labor Relations Management Trainee, you will assist with the review and research of and preparation of response to questions, claims and grievances that arise under collective bargaining agreement(s) for the craft(s) that fall under the jurisdiction of the position. You will research past practices, agreement interpretations, and arbitral precedence to defend Management’s rights and maximize workforce productivity. You will prepare submissions to defend management's position in arbitration. 17 IAC Alumni work here.
Under the supervision of the Civics Instructor, the Civics Instruction Intern will prepare immigrants to pass the civics exam for U.S. citizenship. In this internship you will offer class presentations about the rights and duties of citizenship as well topics related to the U.S. civics exam; provide one-on-one assistance to students on civics topics; recruit students for civics courses through direct calls and outreach to local organizations; and utilize social media and other communications strategies to enhance advocacy. 2 IAC Alumni Work Here.
The International Republican Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organizatio that advances freedom and democracy worldwide by developing political parties, civic institutions, open elections, good governance and the rule of law. In this role you will develop original pieces – such as blogs for IRI’s Democracy Speaks page – that highlight success stories from in-country programs or analyze issues pertaining to the region; prepare programmatic content for external audiences by copyediting and formatting documents; assist in the development of programmatic reports and deliverables; manage internal databases and draft updates on political events within the region; and attend and draft readouts on virtual events on countries and/or issues of focus.
Winter is not the most ideal time to land a job. However, that does not mean finding a job around the holidays is impossible. It simply means you must take a different approach, using the quirks and changes of the season to your advantage. Check out these five tips for job searching during the holidays!