Foresight Project: Political Forecasting Tournament

Want the opportunity to win money while sharpening your analytical skills and increasing your political knowledge? Want to distinguish yourself from others? Then join us for the second year of “The Foresight Project” as we conduct a political forecasting tournament, starting on September 25th and lasting for about 9 months. To sign up, go to http://www.foresightproj.com and we in touch very soon. The rewards… Forecasting tips based on insights from The Good Judgment Project Feedback from a battery of psychological and political tests that highlight your strengths and weaknesses on…

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Park(ing) Day 2017, Georgia Tech Student Planning Organization – Atlanta, GA

Each year, the Student Planning Association from the School of City and Regional Planning hosts Park(ing)Day in Tech Square. Park(ing)Day(ppparkingday.org)) is an international event that encourages people to think about how space is used by turning metered parking spaces into green space, public space, and other creative uses. This year, we want to welcome students and organizations from our fellow Atlanta colleges and universities to participate and host a parking space in Tech Square. In previous years, student groups or local businesses and organizations have hosted spots to create “parklets,”…

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Global Footprint of Chinese Technology Panel, World Affairs Council of Atlanta – Atlanta, GA

The Global Footprint of Chinese Technology panel hosts Joseph Bankoff, Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs in a discussion about Chinese government policies embracing innovation, Chinese technology company giants, and the importance of collaboration between the two technology economies of China and the US. Another panelist at the event, Chris Chan, is also a Georgia Tech graduate! Admission is free for students. It would be great to have some Georgia Tech presence in the audience. The event will be in Buckhead at Tower Place on August 23…

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Campaign Internship, Peter Aman for Mayor – Atlanta, GA

Peter Aman for Mayor of Atlanta is looking for full or part-time interns to work this fall! The program is an excellent opportunity to get first-hand experience on a major citywide campaign to elect the next mayor of Atlanta. Interns will work collaboratively with senior staff across a number of key areas. We are interviewing candidates for the following operational areas: Field Political Policy Communications Event Planning Operations Duties and Responsibilities: Specific duties include, but may not be limited to: Research writing briefs developing talking points field work staffing public…

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New Course Offering: The Biology of Sex and Death (BIOL 1220)

Need another course for your first fall semester at Tech? The Biology of Sex and Death (BIOL) is a lab science that covers the applications of biology to things relevant to human health and the environment, and hits on key biological thinking along the way. The class is small and taught in a very interactive manner, with lots of hands of biological thinking to help you appreciate and practice science as a process. We cover how to interpret graphs, build in study strategies, and work on teams in class. BIOL…

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New Health and Medical Sciences Minor

NEW: Health and Medical Sciences Minor The Minor in Health & Medical Sciences is available to all Georgia Tech undergraduate students, and is the ideal minor for all students interested in the scientific questions underlying human health and medicine, as well as those interested in all health-related careers. As a multidisciplinary minor, the Health & Medical Sciences Minor offers the flexibility to customize your coursework toward your intended field of study, including medical, dental, veterinary, pharmacy, optometry, physical therapy, physician assistant, or public health professional schools. The minor is also…

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Win a Kaplan LSAT Prep Course!

Who is eligible? all Tech Undergrads, Graduate students and alumni Is it free to enter? Yes! When does it expire? When is the LSAT? The scholarship is only good until December 31, 2017. You must register (not take) for a LSAT before the deadline. You may take the administrations of the LSAT. There are  LSAT administrations on September 2017, December 2017 or February 2018 LSAT. When is the best time to take the LSAT? In June of the year in which you want to apply. This leaves you time to…

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Refugee Services Division Intern, U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants- Arlington, VA

USCRI is looking to fill two internship positions within our Refugee Services Division (RSD) program. RSD interns gain unique insight on the refugee resettlement process and related domestic refugee programs, and are able to see how these programs are managed at the national level. RSD interns assist the team on a wide range of projects including assisting with the processing of refugee family reunification applications, producing communications tools such as the RSD newsletter, and developing training and technical assistance tools for USCRI’s network of national affiliate agencies. The work of…

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Intern, Digital Media, Town Hall Project – Washington, DC

About Town Hall Project: Town Hall Project empowers constituents across the country to have face-to-face conversations with their elected representatives. We are campaign veterans and first time volunteers. We come from a diversity of backgrounds and live across the country. We share progressive values and believe strongly in civic engagement. We research every district and state for public events with members of Congress. Then we share our findings to promote participation in the democratic process. This movement is diverse, open source, and powered by citizens. We are proud to be…

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IAC Careers Workshop March 28th

Tips to Prepare For Both Career Fairs and Interviews as a Liberal Arts Student Location: Hall Building Room 102 on Bobby Dodd When: Tuesday, March 28th at 5 PM Please attend the Center for Career Discovery and Development’s Preparing for the Career Fair workshop tailored to liberal arts students. There are three upcoming career fairs this semester including the non-profit virtual career fair, the Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers, and the research career fair. Learn how to prepare for and succeed in these environments and best practices on securing…

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