Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Paid Fall Internships with the NFL Players Association

We are now accepting applications for our Fall internship class which will run September 2017 - May 2018. The deadline for submitting your application is Friday, June 23rd. Applications stamped by our system after June 23 will not be considered . 

A complete application includes:
1. Cover Letter which includes your choices of department (up to 3) and contact information 
2. Resume 
3. Most recent transcript (undergraduate or graduate, unofficial is okay) 
4. An essay response 
NOTE: If you have previously applied for a 2017 internship and wish to apply again, please resubmit your entire application with an UPDATED cover letter which includes your department choices (up to 3) . You do not need to obtain new transcripts or write a new essay. 
We are seeking interns for the following departments: 

Former Player Services 
Information Technology 
Player Affairs 
Salary Cap and Agent Administration

Player Services 
Partner Services 
Business and Legal Affairs 

Thank you for your interest in our program. We encourage applicants to thoroughly review the Internship FAQ page on our website to assist in preparing their applications. Any questions not covered in the FAQ can be addressed to Mark Cobb at mark.cobb@nflpa.com Read more here.

Apply Now for Student Trainee Position with the VA

Veterans Affairs, Inspector General 
$36,281 - $47,171 a year - Full-time, Part-time
As a Student Trainee (ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT), you will perform the following duties:
  • Utilize Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel, and Outlook. Plan, organize and coordinate work. 
  • Perform or oversee supply functions including receiving incoming supplies, materials and equipment, checking items against acquisition documents for completeness, and resolving discrepancies with the vendors or shipping companies. 
  • Serve as travel coordinator. 
  • Perform administrative support work such as collection, compilation, and/or maintaining databases and spreadsheet program information. 
Apply here.

Junior Logistics Analyst Position with Booz Allen Hamilton for Recent Grad

Job Number: R0006980

Booz Allen Hamilton provides management and technology consulting and engineering services to leading Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and not-for-profits across the globe. 
Logistics Analyst, Junior
Key Role:
Support logistics analysis using Microsoft Excel, Project, and Access. Support the task lead as an advisor for a major Navy weapon system implementation task. Track and coordinate task progress in Microsoft Project.  Prepare slides summarizing project management metrics.  This position is located in Washington, DC.

Basic Qualifications:
-1+ years of experience with performing in a complex and technically demanding project or task environment
-Experience with Microsoft Office 
-Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
-Ability to obtain a security clearance
-BS degree

Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with presentation development and briefing support

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. 
Apply here.

Legal Assistant Position for Recent Grad

O’Melveny & Myers LLP, with approximately 700 lawyers in 15 offices worldwide, helps industry leaders across an array of sectors manage the primary complex challenges of succeeding in the global economy.  
We have an immediate opening for an entry level Project Assistant (Legal) to join the paralegal team in the Litigation Department of our Washington, DC office.
As a Project Assistant, you will be an integral member of the paralegal team in support of the firm’s fast-paced and active Litigation Department. Primary responsibilities consist of supporting the paralegal team in all aspects of case management, including the review and analysis of cases and files, verifying project accuracy, legal research and writing, and coordinating court/agency filings at the state and federal levels.

Qualified candidates must possess the following:
  • excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills;
  • effective analytical and problem-solving skills;
  • the ability to perform effectively as part of a team or independently;
  • the ability to see all aspects of a project through to completion, sometimes under time-sensitive conditions, and while maintaining quality of the highest level;
  • the ability to exercise discretion with confidential and sensitive information;
  • knowledge of basic legal research, and local/federal civil procedures;
  • strong organizational and effective time management abilities; 
  • demonstrated proficiency and savvy with technology, including Microsoft Office and other litigation support software; and
  • flexibility to work overtime, travel, or temporarily relocate, as needed.
A Bachelor’s degree is preferred, as is a paralegal certificate or equivalent from an ABA accredited institution is highly preferred. Previous experience as a Litigation Project Assistant or Paralegal in a large law firm or professional services environment is also preferred.
We offer an excellent salary and benefits package. For more information, or to be considered for this position, please apply online at www.omm.com. Response will be given to candidates who closely meet our qualifications. Read more here.

Summer 2017 Internship with the Export-Import Bank


The Export-Import Bank of the United States (“EXIM Bank”) is the official export credit agency of the United States.  EXIM Bank's mission is to assist in financing the export of U.S. goods and services to international markets.  EXIM Bank enables U.S. companies, large and small, to turn export opportunities into real sales that help to maintain and create U.S. jobs and contribute to a stronger national economy.


The Office of Policy Analysis and International Relations (OPAIR) of EXIM Bank is seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic student to serve as a summer intern.  Note that applicants must be US citizens. While unpaid, an OPAIR internship offers an exciting opportunity for students to learn about export finance, both in the United States and abroad. This internship focuses on the activities of the Chinese export credit agencies.

Primary responsibilities include:
  • Conducting open-source research to help create a Chinese export credit database
  • Analyzing Chinese initiatives (e.g. One Belt, One Road and Made in China 2025) and their potential implications for EXIM Bank and U.S. exporters
  • Presenting research findings to OPAIR staff and other senior leaders

Interns are also invited to participate in meetings with other EXIM Bank divisions, other federal agencies, and EXIM Bank’s global counterparts.  Students must be currently enrolled.

Application Materials:

·  Cover Letter
·  Resume

Please submit all application materials to:  Adam Moroff at Adam.Moroff@exim.gov by Monday, June 5th.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Position: Research Analyst
Seniority: Entry-level or higher
Salary: $55,000 for entry-level, variable with experience
Location: San Francisco, CA
Timeline: There is no firm deadline for applying.
Research Analysts work on all parts of our research process. Research Analysts' responsibilities mostly consist of:
  • Researching charitable interventions, including analyzing academic research and developing cost-effectiveness estimates
  • Evaluating charities, including assessing internal monitoring & evaluation and representing GiveWell in discussions with charity staff
  • Reviewing research produced by other staff members for accuracy and clarity
  • Miscellaneous duties depending on individual preferences and abilities, including communicating with donors and media, writing, and original analysis on research questions
Qualifications and characteristics
  • Bachelor's degree (or higher) in economics, mathematics, statistics or other quantitative field or equivalent experience. Exceptions may be made for outstanding applicants who do not meet this criterion.
  • Passionate about finding great giving opportunities and making the world a better place
  • Value intense discussion and debate
  • Strong critical thinking skills; able to approach all claims (including their managers') with skepticism
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Comfortable with open-ended questions, where no clear precedents or guidelines exist
  • Value the intensity and open-endedness of a small organization over the stability and comfort of a larger corporation
To apply
You may also send additional material, such as a letter of recommendation, to support your application; this is not required. Please send those materials to jobs@givewell.org.
We plan to respond to all submissions. Please contact jobs@givewell.org with any questions.
Please note:
  • This will be a full-time position in San Francisco, where GiveWell is based. This is an office-based job that can partly be done remotely.
  • We first ask candidates to work for us (with compensation) on a trial basis before we make a full-time offer. In general, this period will last around three months, though we are flexible regarding the terms (e.g., spreading the equivalent number of hours over a longer period of time, telecommuting). There may be exceptional cases where we are willing to forgo the trial period.
  • We will consider sponsoring applications for work authorization for exceptional candidates.
About GiveWell
GiveWell started as a group of finance professionals trying to do as much good as possible with their personal donations. Since 2007, it has been a full-time independent research group. We publish our charity recommendations, research, and the full details of our analysis publicly at www.givewell.org.

Fall Internships with START

START is currently accepting applications for our Fall 2017 Internships! START Interns work with our researchers on our policy-relevant research projects focused on the human causes and consequences of terrorism. This Fall, from August 28-December 11, students will work a minimum of 10 hours-a-week on any one of 14 different projects. Our projects accepting interns range from our Global Terrorism Database to GIS focused research and from Understanding Domestic Radicalization through Unconventional Weapons and Technology. 

Students at any stage of their education are welcome to apply--from Freshmen through Ph.D. candidates. Review our internship information here: http://www.start.umd.edu/education/internships for more information and specific project descriptions and requirements. 

Applications are due on June 16 at 11:59pm

PSYC 318D: Community Interventions: Domestic Violence!

Interested in learning about Domestic Violence? Register for PSYC 318D: Community Interventions: Domestic Violence!

PSYC 318D Community Interventions: Theory and Research Domestic Violence
Dr. Karen  O'Brien
Fall 2017
8:00 am-9:15 am 
Course Flyer:  

Fall 2016 Course Syllabus: https://psyc.umd.edu/sites/psyc.umd.edu/files/psyc_318_syllabus_fall_2016.pdf

Course Description: 
PSYC 318D provides an overview of research related to intimate partner violence, the community resources available to domestic violence survivors, and the multicultural issues related to interventions with abused women and their children. Students who successfully complete this course have the opportunity to register for a service learning course (PSYC 319D, Spring 2018) where they will facilitate groups for children living in a community shelter for abused women and their children. Link to course on Testudo: https://ntst.umd.edu/soc/201708/PSYC

The White House Internship Program

Office of the Press Secretary
May 19, 2017

Fall 2017 White House Internship Program

The Fall 2017 White House Internship Program application is now open.

The application portal will remain open until 11:59PM EDT on June 16, 2017. Any applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

The Fall 2017 White House Internship Program term runs from September 6 to December 8, 2017. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age by the Internship Program start date, and must be able to commit to the full internship term to be eligible. Additionally, applicants must be U.S. citizens and meet at least one of the following criteria to apply:

- Are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution).

- Have graduated from an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution) no more than two years before the internship program start date.

- Are a veteran of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent and has served on active duty—for any length of time—in the two years preceding the internship program start date.

The White House Internship Program is highly competitive. Applicants are selected based on their demonstrated commitment to public service, leadership in the community, and commitment to the Trump Administration. Questions about the White House Internship Program application can be directed to intern_application@who.eop.gov. More information, including details about placement in the White House Internship Program and frequently asked questions can be found on the White House website.

Environment America Fellow (Full-Time Job)

You know what needs to be done. America needs to move to 100% renewable energy, keep fossil fuels in the ground, ban pesticides that kill bees and other pollinators, expand protections for our parks and wildlife, and more.

How can you win real results right now while getting us on track toward that green future? Consider being an Environment America fellow.
You might organize a town hall meeting on solar power. You might release a hard-hitting report on power plant pollution. You might build a coalition around clean water or fracking. You will build the organizational power—the funds, the membership, the activist base—that it takes to keep all of this critical work going for the long haul.

As an Environment America fellow, you think boldly but work hard—to create more solar and wind power, reduce global warming pollution, keep our parks permanently protected and in public hands, and protect our water from fracking and factory farms.

-Research and write reports: Catalogue and analyze sources of carbon pollution in the United States. Detail the success of the Clean Water Act in our reports. Help us to in influence public debate and earn media attention for our cause.
-Lobby elected officials: Discuss strategy with a champion in Congress. Make a convincing case to a legislator who is undecided on a particular vote. Work the “inside game” to complement our outside operation, where most of our power is derived.
-Build powerful coalitions: Reach out to small businesses, farmers, public health officials, unions and others to demonstrate broad- based support for our policy goals.
-Generate traditional media and social media attention: Organize news conferences and write opinion pieces. Maintain a presence on Facebook and Twitter for your campaigns. Work to shine a spotlight on our issues.
-Run citizen outreach campaigns: Direct citizen outreach offices. Hire and manage a staff of 20 canvassers, raise money, build our membership and help win one of our key campaigns.
-Identify and cultivate donors: Reach out to foundations and major donors and ask them to fund our work to fight global warming, ban fracking and protect our most spectacular natural areas. 

Applications accepted until August 1st.

To apply, interested graduates can log in to Careers4Terps and search the ID number: 159071

Summer Internship Program with US-China Policy Foundation

The United States-China Policy Foundation (USCPF) is a non-profit, non-partisan, educational organization dedicated exclusively to broadening awareness of China and U.S.-China relations in the Washington, DC policy community. The USCPF Internship Program provides students with a unique opportunity for hands-on experience in the field of U.S.-China relations. During their time with the Foundation, students will play in active role in researching and writing reports on current issues related to U.S.-China relations, assisting with educational programming and events, and managing the USCPF website.

USCPF is looking for highly motivated undergraduates and recent graduates with a demonstrated interest in U.S.-China relations to fill part-time, unpaid internships (15-20 hrs/wk). Interns should have excellent research, writing, and editing skills, be detail oriented, and have travel or study abroad experience in Asia and China. U.S. citizenship is required. This is an equal employment opportunity.

– Knowledge of key issues in U.S.-China relations
– Experience in general office, clerical, and administrative support
– Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
– Excellent research and writing skills
– Travel experience in China preferred
– China specific coursework preferred
– Knowledge of WordPress
– Knowledge of Publisher and Adobe InDesign a plus

To Apply:
To apply for our internship program, we ask that you please send a cover letter detailing when you are available to intern at the Foundation, your resume, and brief writing sample (3-5 pages) on U.S.-China relations to hr@uscpf.org. Reference “Internship Program” in the subject line.

Position available immediately. Applications reviewed as received.

Students can also view this post by logging in to Careers4Terps and searching the ID number: 159062