Career Center Announcements

UVA Club of New York Seeks a New Executive Director (Deadline Feb. 1)

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Position: Executive Director, Virginia Club of New York

Organization: Informally in existence since the late 1830s, The Virginia Club of New York became a non-profit organization and found residence at the Yale Club of New York City in the early 1990s. The Virginia Club of New York provides its members with...

Experience the Arts with a Paid Summer Internship or Apprenticeship at Wolf Trap!

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Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is a large performing arts organization that presents a wide spectrum of the performing arts: music, dance, theatre, opera and related education programs. Wolf Trap presents over 200 performances year-round, attracting more than 500,000 audience members annually. Wolf Trap’s internship program...

Martin Agency Student Advertising Workshop

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The Martin Agency in Richmond, Virginia is collecting applications for their Student Workshop.  Roles include:

Copywriter — Writes the copy that tells the story of the campaign, capturing the target audience’s attention.
Art Director — Establishes the conceptual and stylistic direction
for campaign.
Strategic Planner —...

Online Info Session: NYU Masters in Digital and Print Media

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The NYU School of Professional Studies Center for Publishing is pleased
to invite you to participate in an upcoming online information session.

Master of Science in Publishing: Digital and Print Media
January 17, 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. E.S.T.

Learn about this renowned, 42-credit master's degree program that provides...

In Need of Studio Space? Apply for the New City Arts Residency!

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New City Arts is accepting (easy, short) applications for our residency: 5 months (March-July 2017) of free studio space for a local artist. We recently renovated/upgraded the studio with a pocket door and walls for privacy. While the studio is the artist...

Engineering Internship with Henrico County Public Schools

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Job: IRC83439  - Engineering Aide Intern II
Location Glen Allen, VA, US
Organization Name County of Henrico Department of Public Utilities Operations Division

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Henrico County, a progressive employer of choice, is offering internship opportunities for high school and college...

Penn Undergraduate Law Journal Submissions

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The Penn Undergraduate Law Journal (PULJ), an undergraduate research publication funded by the University of Pennsylvania, is now soliciting submissions from undergraduates for its eigth issue.

Qualifications for Submission

Submission Deadline: Friday, 2/3, 2017 at 11:59 PM

PULJ is looking for...

White House Council on Environmental Quality Internship

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The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) interns are given a wide range of assignments including conducting research, managing incoming inquiries, attending meetings, and writing memos on a variety of environmental issues.  Interns have the opportunity to be involved in groundbreaking projects, working closely with staff from all...

Affirm Federal IT Career Workshop and Shadow Day

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Date and Time:
Monday, February 13, 2017
9:00am - 3:30pm

Location:
IBM Briefing Center
600 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC, 20005

Join AFFIRM (Association for Federal Information Resources Management)  at our annual Federal Career IT Day, introducing college students to careers and opportunities in Federal...

Alumni Spotlight – William Chichester, III

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William Chichester, III (College ’05)

Major: Foreign Affairs (Concentration: Middle East North Africa/Arabic Language)

As a native of Fauquier County, Virginia, the University of Virginia was a natural choice for William. “UVA was the top ranked school in the state, and I had quite a few mentors...

2016 PFIG Recipient Jaymee Copenhaver

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2016 PFIG Recipient Jaymee Copenhaver

Journal Entry #1

Miss Copenhaver Goes to Washington

When you take the yellow line metro into the city from Virginia at  8 a.m. on a weekday, as I have for the past week, there is a lot to see. There are rushing commuters dressed in business formal and carrying briefcases and coffee, families visiting the city ready for...

2016 PFIG Recipient Maia Rosewelsh

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2016 PFIG Recipient Maia Rosewelsh

Journal Entry #1

I had a difficult time deciding where I wanted to intern.  After talking with my parents, I realized that the only thing holding me back from accepting an internship in DC was my fear of being in a big city.  I am from Williamsburg and because it is a small town, I never had to learn how to use public transportation. ...

2016 PFIG Recipient Grant Schwab

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2016 PFIG Recipient Grant Schwab

Journal Entry #1

Hi everyone!

My name is Grant Schwab and I just finished my first week interning at a nonprofit called the Local Food Hub in Ivy, VA. The Local Food Hub (LFH) is a food distributor similar to others popping up across the country as the civic impetus for local food grows. At the core of its operations, LFH...

2016 PFIG Recipient Katherine Hitchcock

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2016 PFIG Recipient Katherine Hitchcock

Journal Entry #1

Last week, I seemed to have two "first days" starting off my summer internship at the U.S. Department of State. I began with a general orientation with 60 other interns joining the State Department for the summer. Even though there were so many of us starting at the first orientation date, we would all separate the...

2016 PFIG Recipient Madison DeLuca

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2016 PFIG Recipient Madison DeLuca

Journal Entry #1

            This summer, I am working as an undergraduate intern for the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office for Access to Justice in Washington, D.C. The Office for Access to Justice (ATJ) promotes policies that encourage equal access to justice, regardless of wealth or status. To do this, ATJ partners with federal...

2016 PFIG Recipient Morgan Tyree

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2016 PFIG Recipient Morgan Tyree

Journal Entry #1

Great Expectations has easily lived up to its name. On the first day in the office, I was introduced to all of the community college advising staff and the individuals I am working alongside. One of the advisors asked if I had brought along my tennis shoes, and I quickly realized why. I am continually on the move:...

2016 PFIG Recipient Benjamin Webel

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2016 PFIG Recipient Benjamin Webel

Journal Entry #1

So, I'll cut right to the chase - this summer, I'm working up in New York City at a nonprofit organization named Open Hands Legal Services. Our main goal is to serve the homeless and the oppressed of the city by providing them not only with genuinely compassionate attorneys, but also with free legal aid. More often...

2016 PFIG Recipient Jean Salac

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2016 PFIG Recipient Jean Salac

Journal Entry #1

This summer, I’m interning at the National Science Foundation (NSF) with the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) directorate. Together with my mentor, Jan Cuny, the Program Director of Computing Education, and her team of fellows, we will be shaping the President’s new Computer Science (CS) for All...

2016 PFIG Recipient Elise Mollica

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2016 PFIG Recipient Elise Mollica

Journal Entry #1

It has only been one week and Peace Corps already has me thinking about the rest of my life. When I started my first day, the thing that was most remarkable to me was how much every employee cares about the mission here. The agency offers an opportunity for "motivated changemakers" to go abroad and to use health,...

2016 PFIG Recipient Callie Johnson

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2016 PFIG Recipient Callie Johnson

Journal Entry #1

“This is the Capitol South stop. Doors open left side,” the metro conductor said. The metal doors whooshed open. Rushing with the rest of the masses, with their suits freshly pressed, earbuds tucked away, and newspapers in hand, I was soon off to my first day as an intern for the United States Senate Finance Committee’...

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