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ACCG Civic Affairs Foundations Internship Program

The ACCG Civic Affairs Foundations has provided funding to the Georgia County Internship Program (GCIP) for 35 paid county internships for college and graduate students in counties throughout the state. Opportunities in law and criminal justice as well as many other areas exist.

A wide variety of projects are available to students for a number of disciplines including criminal justice, law, mass communications, journalism, GIS, computer science, finance, forestry, sociology, planning, economic development, art, leisure studies, health, political science, marketing, records management, accounting, graphic design, videography, etc.

All available positions are posted on the Georgia County Internship Program website at http://goo.gl/MHrW7O

Students can search positions by county, by position, or by keyword with the above link.  

ANOTHER GLOBAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR PRE-TEACHING!

ANOTHER GLOBAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR PRE-TEACHING!

Georgia Tech Pre-Teaching students, along with interested Ivan Allen majors, have the opportunity to participate in 6-12 month global internships in Arequipa, Peru.  Interns will be hosted by El Centro Cultural Peruano Norteamericano (El Cultural), a binational cultural center focused on bridging the relationship between Peru and the United States.  El Cultural has strong ties to the United States Embassy in Peru, hosting an Education USA office on site.  Interns will work as Conversation Leaders or Instructors teaching the English language, as well as American cultural norms, to Peruvian high school, college, and adult students.  All interns are registered with Georgia Tech’s Global Internship Program.

Interested students should contact Susan Belmonte, Pre-Teaching Advisor, sbelmonte@gatech.edu regarding their desire to apply and include a resume and a letter of interest (cover letter) explaining why they want to intern and why they believe they are qualified.

Students interested in Summer – Fall 2016 internships should email no later than April 15.  Students interested in Spring – Summer 2017 internships should email after April 15 but no later than September 15.

Additional information

Susan P. Belmonte, M.Ed.
Pronouns: she/her/hers
Pre-Teaching and Pre-Law Advisor
Georgia Institute of Technology
Center for Career Discovery and Development (C2D2)
Bill Moore Student Success Center 1st Floor Lobby
219 Uncle Heinie Way
Atlanta, GA 30332-0105
(404)385-3494 (office)
sbelmonte@gatech.edu

susan.belmonte2@gmail.com (Google+/Skype)

Berkeley MFE is accepting applications for spring 2017 admission

The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program invites your students to join us online or on campus to learn how we can help them launch finance careers.

Dear Professors and Program Directors,

The application for the 2017-18 Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program is open, and the Round 2 application deadline is just around the corner, on March 31!

We would like to invite your graduate students, postdocs, and undergraduate students connect with us to learn how the Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program can help them launch careers in finance and data science.

Please forward our announcement below to your students/postdocs.  They are welcome to contact us directly with questions.

We look forward to meeting your students!

Sincerely,

Christina Henri

The Berkeley MFE Program

+1-510-642-4417

Dear Students,

If you are considering a career in finance or data science, the top-ranked Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program wants to talk to you!

In one year at U.C. Berkeley, you can gain the knowledge, experience, and connections you’ll need to launch your career.

We’re currently accepting applications for the program beginning in spring 2017, and our Round 2 deadline is just around the corner.
To learn more about the program and have your resume reviewed on the spot by Assistant Dean Linda Kreitzman, please join us online on March 29 at 11:00 AM Pacific time.  Can’t make it?  Check our full event schedule for upcoming events online or in your area, or contact our admissions team to schedule a 1:1 advising session with one of our admissions counselors. 

We look forward to meeting you online or in person!

The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program

University of California, Berkeley

Haas School of Business

mfe.berkeley.edu

+1-510-642-4417

mfe@haas.berkeley.edu

Twitter: BerkeleyMFE

 

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