Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Paid Internships to Explore Museum Careers: National Museum of African American History & Culture

Summer '18 Internship And Fellowship Application 
Digitization and Curation of African American History, National Museum of African American History & Culture 

This program seeks to build a professional pipeline for historically underrepresented individuals to grow successful careers in the cultural sector. All internship opportunities with this program will focus on work related to digital imaging, media preservation, digital preservation of personal and community objects, digital content management, collections information management, recording and preserving oral histories, or digital filmmaking.

Intern Benefits
  • Meaningful stipend to defray living expenses during the tenure of the appointment
  • Need-based housing and transportation stipends available for summer internships. Students qualify by selecting their need to pay rent during their term on the application.
  • Flexible start and end dates
  • Structured mentorship opportunities both within the Museum and with outside professionals
  • A calendar of professional development seminars catered to the needs of historically underrepresented individuals in the cultural sector
  • Paid registration and travel to attend the Association of African American Museums annual conference in August 2018
  • Paid professional memberships
Now accepting summer internship applications. Deadline is March 15, 2018.

100 Days Until Graduation Celebration!

Event Date and Time: Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Location: Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center, University of Maryland, 7801 Alumni Dr., College Park, MD 20742

BSOS graduating seniors are invited to join the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS) "100 Days until Graduation" event on Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 4-6 PM for a pre-graduation celebration! BSOS seniors, alumni and faculty/staff are invited to attend to help us congratulate our seniors on their upcoming achievements.

Come to our carnival themed extravaganza! There will be carnival games and prizes, delicious treats, and beer tastings. Take selfies with Testudo, have fun in our interactive photo booth, and mix and mingle with our graduating seniors.
Hosted by the BSOS Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) and the BSOS Alumni Chapter Board.

Pre-registration required. RSVP by Friday, February 9, 2018.

For questions, please contact Jenny Kilberg, Director of Alumni and Donor Relations, or 301-405-2998.

2018 Army ROTC Summer Leadership Symposium

2018 Army ROTC Summer Leadership Symposium 

            University of Maryland Army ROTC invites applications to the 2018 Army ROTC Summer Leadership Symposium at Fort Knox, Kentucky from 12-16 June 2018 in order to collaborate with centers of influence among college students and potential college students, thereby enhancing key leader’s understanding and perception of Army Officers and their development process.
The Symposium seeks to gather leaders from academia, athletics, business and other fields who have a stake in developing potential in youth. It is a forum to share ideas about Army Officer Education, and to better understand the role of the Army Officer in society. It is an all-expenses paid opportunity to tour the largest annual training event in the Army – Advanced Camp - where cadets from across the nation gather to improve their leadership acumen and demonstrate their readiness to lead our nation’s defense.
Key Symposium elements include:
·      Demonstrates the value of Army Officership as a career, as well as Army expertise in leadership and leader development
·      Touring training events and meeting the exceptional young men and women who are current ROTC cadets
·      Presentations on the Army ROTC program and its place in American higher education
·      Networking with other national leaders in education, athletics, business and other fields of endeavor
·      Opportunities to shape the future of ROTC through written feedback, seminars and discussions

Interested leaders should respond directly to Terry McCall, Army ROTC recruiting operations officer, at or 301-314-9939 by February 10th, 2018.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Campus Event: Courageous Conversations with Bobby Seale

Thursday, February 1, 2018, 5:30 p.m.
Orem Alumni Hall, Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center

Hate and bias are persistent global problems. What does it look like to engage in courageous conversations that speak to these difficult realities across personal, political, and historical frames? This year’s College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) Dean’s Lecture Series (DLS) is an opportunity for the campus to join together for provocative conversations about these issues across disciplines.

Join ARHU for the second conversation in this DLS focused on 'The Historical' with famed author, founding chairman and national organizer of the Black Panther Party, Bobby Seale (@BobbySealecom). Mr. Seale will present “Resistance: From the Sixties to Trump,” which will be followed by a book signing and reception.

Co-sponsored by the Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies and the Department of African American Studies. In partnership with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Admission is free, but registration is required. RSVP online here.

Follow the conversation across social media platforms using hashtag #ARHUDLS.

Study Abroad Fair

When: Thursday, February 8, 2018 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Where: Adele H. Stamp Student Union, Grand Ballroom

Fearless Terps get out of the classroom! Explore the possibilities and get inspired at the Study Abroad Fair! Break out of the ordinary and find your extraordinary in China. Be a social entrepreneur in Nicaragua or the Dominican Republic. Develop your professional portfolio with an internship in the UK or Spain. Learn a language or go beyond the basics to do field work or research. Think outside your borders and show how fearless Terps are! Meet with Program Directors, College representatives, and advisors to find your perfect program. Find us on February 8th from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm in the Grand Ballroom, Stamp!

Contact: Education Abroad 301-314-7746

Paralegal Position

Under general supervision of assigned attorneys, the Practice Manager(s) (or designees) and the Human Resource Manager, and following prescribed department, office and firm procedures, Paralegals are assigned to work primarily on specific cases/transactions, provide general assistance to a project team of attorneys, and/or to support attorneys whose practice involves specific areas of law. Paralegals may also monitor regulations, legal developments and compliance procedures in their area of expertise. In addition, Paralegals may be asked to provide general supervision of Project Assistants and other clerical staff. Paralegals are expected to perform all responsibilities with a commitment to providing superior service to the firm’s clients, attorneys, advisors and staff, and maintaining an atmosphere of teamwork and continuous improvement. Above all, Paralegals must fulfill the needs of the firm in a manner which is consistent with the Firm's Core Values.

​ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Duties are performed throughout every work day, as necessary):

•Review title and survey materials, prepare title and survey objection letters and coordinate with title companies in resolving title objections.
•Order third party services and coordinate with service providers relevant to real estate transactions, such as surveys, zoning reports, environmental site assessments, property condition reports, permit reports and UCC and litigation searches.
•Coordinate with title companies in deal management and in closing real property transactions.
•Assist with formation and registrations of entities, acquisition of federal employment identification numbers, and related tasks.
•Prepare binders of completed transactions.
•Conduct statutory, regulatory or factual research with respect to client matters. Such research might include investigation of federal or state laws and regulations, relevant markets, corporate participants and industry standards and practices.
•Participate in due diligence, privilege and other reviews of client records and files.
•Assist with organization of client materials and attorney work product, including use of databases, imaging systems and other computer-based technology.
•Maintain files and other case or project records; circulate materials to project team, as needed. Maintain chronological records of project activity.
•Arrange filings, mailings and service list deliveries with appropriate courts, government agencies and other parties.
•Under the supervision of an attorney, draft, edit, cite-check, conform and otherwise assist in the preparation of legal documents.
•Obtain services from outside contractors, including court reporters, research services, exhibit preparation services, filing services and printers. Process billing and disbursement paperwork in connection with those services.
•Act as liaison for the project team with support departments and other offices of the firm, anticipating and assuming responsibility for special staffing needs, such as overtime, clerical and/or notary assistance.

For more information please see Careers4Terps Posting ID #168549.

Cornerstone Montgomery Hiring Open House: Jan. 26th

Looking for a Career in Mental Health? Attend Cornerstone Montgomery's Career Open House

They are seeking to fill Rehabilitation or Vocational Counselor at Cornerstone Montgomery's Career Open House on Friday, January 26th! No prior RSVP needed.

Career Open House- Cornerstone Montgomery
Friday, January 26th
10:00 am-2:00 pm
2 Taft Court, Rockville, MD 20850

Walk-In Interviews: (bring your resume!)
-Rehabilitation Counselor Positions
-Vocational Counselor Positions
*** Interview for Counselor positions on the spot, with job offers being given that same day.

-Undergraduate Degree, recently graduated, or graduate level students
-Full access to a vehicle
-Availability to work during the day and some evenings/weekends

Read more by visiting the UMD University Career Center's website.

Spring 2018 Research Assistant Internship Openings

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is looking for qualified students (advanced undergraduate or graduate) interested in being part-time research assistant interns in the Spring 2018 semester. An intern typically works 12-15 hours a week per scholar. (The number of hours can be adjusted accordingly to fulfill academic requirements).

The priority deadline to apply is January 28, 2018. *We will start matching scholars and interns, but will still accept intern applications after this date.* Internship positions are open until filled so applying early is strongly encouraged.

For more information please visit Careers4Terps Posting ID #168751.

Paid Summer Internship with Morgan Stanley

The Operations Summer Analyst program is a paid internship designed to educate participants about the Operations team and the Firm. Summer Analysts are part of a 10-week program from June to August (in Baltimore) and are placed with a specific group best aligned to their skills and interests. Summer Analysts will have support and supervision from experienced Operations professionals throughout their assignments.

• Trade capture, enrichment and confirmation, position reconciliation: To learn key processes in the life cycle of a trade from deal capture to the final settlement, and then identify and resolve trading breaks from discrepancies dealing with security information, trading date and settlement date, executed quantity, taxes, commission, prices and settlement locations.
• Data mining, business analysis, modeling/reporting and documentation: Be responsible for the preparation and compilation of daily/weekly/monthly metric dashboards, to ensure that thorough business analysis is performed and that accurate business requirements are documented in accordance with banking regulation and internal policy.
• System testing: Use systems effectively and efficiently to mitigate risk, and develop strong relationships with IT colleagues to design, develop and test/implement technology platforms to deliver solutions to business requirements.
• Teamwork: Collaborate with team members of all levels to complete daily tasks, share market and systems knowledge; develop best practice methodologies and approaches for business analysis; issue follow up and escalation.
• Developing relationships with clients (i.e., Counterparties, Traders, Origination, Legal, Credit, IT and Controllers): Understanding the priorities of stakeholders to ensure that business needs are met, protecting client confidentiality will be essential, as well as addressing ad-hoc requests in a timely fashion.

For more information please visit Careers4Terps posting ID#168693.

Target's Paid Internship Program

One of the world’s leading and most recognized brands comes to life in our stores, where guests are still captivated by everything that made them fall in love with Target. Our approximately 1800 locations are a warm, welcoming and ever-evolving space where guests are inspired to get what they need to enjoy life—for less. This unmatched shopping experience is cultivated by our store leaders who train, guide and support their teams.

Do you want an opportunity where you’re always on the go, the time flies and your hard work makes a direct and meaningful impact? Then hit the sales floor as an Stores Executive Intern and shine your brightest with Target.

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For more information please visit the Careers4Terps Posting ID #162920.