PPIA Summer Conferences, DC and Denver

PPIA has announced summer fellowships and conferences for undergraduate students who may be interested in pursuing a career in Public Service.  The Washington DC programs are intended for students in the D.C. area this summer, and the Denver program is a regional program that will consider students in the surrounding states. 2017 SUMMER CONFERENCE HOSTS Technology and Societal Change: What Leaders of Tomorrow Need to Know Today Heinz College of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University – Washington DC July 21 – 23, 2017   Reaching For the…

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Peace and Security Job Opportunities

PSFG launched the updated Peace and Security Funding Index in partnership with the Foundation Center. This project is designed to help you better understand who is active in the peace and security funding field, and how this funding was being deployed and utilized. To view the index, visit www.peaceandsecurityindex.org.   On this website, you can view key findings, download the report, and view breakdowns of peace and security grantmaking by region, issue, and population.   For those considering peace and security grantmaking for the first time, this website offers an…

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Interactive Student-Faculty Seminar for Ivan Allen Students

The Ivan Allen College Student Advisory Board has put together an interactive student-faculty seminar specifically for Georgia Tech’s liberal arts majors. If you want to meet with professors, eat free food, find out about opportunities for research, and learn more about what you can do with your Liberal Arts degree, come join us! This event is called Professor Perspectives and is on Friday 4/21 from 2-3pm in 102 Stevens C. Hall (the building on Freshman Hill across from the stadium).  The topic for this seminar is: “The Environment.” Dr. Brian…

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Co-op & Internship Work Term Briefings

Coming this week – Co-op & Internship Work Term Briefings What is it?  A workshop that will prepare you for your first co-op or internship work term. Why should you attend?  All first work term co-op and internship students MUST meet with their Career Development Advisor prior to reporting for their first work therm. This workshop takes the place of that one-on-one meeting. Where are the Briefings held and at what time? Dates: Time: Building: Room: Tuesday, April 18 11a – 12p MRDC 2404 Thursday, April 20 5p – 6p…

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UPS Customized Solutions Case Workshop

UPS Customized Solutions Case Workshop: Come interact directly with the recruitment directors!   UPS recruiters will be holding a case workshop which will be highly interactive and and a rewarding experience. You well get to learn how to analyze and tackle a case, and how to report it to top managers. You will also get to learn about the various opportunities at UPS’ Customized Solutions divisions, as well as the chance to interact with recruiters directly.  If you are interested in consulting and especially in UPS, you are highly encouraged…

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Cox Media Group Atlanta Spring 2017 Day in the Life Event

“Opportunity is knocking.  Are you prepared to answer? Cox Media Group Atlanta (CMG) announces our Spring 2017 DAY IN THE LIFE EVENT, to be held Wednesday, March 22nd.  CMG created The Day in the Life experience to give students and recent graduates a first-hand experience of a day in the media business.  We’re looking for 25 of the brightest minds in and around metro Atlanta.  The program is open to those who have demonstrated superior academic achievement and are considering a career in media or business. Space is limited, so please let us…

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2017 Ideas to Serve Competition Workshop

About Ideas to Serve “I2S is primarily a competition of ideas where creativity, imagination, and technology are applied to solving social and/or environmental problems. The competition is for current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early stage product/service ideas or venture concepts that are geared towards creating a better world through students who Dare to Care. Entries might focus on reducing poverty, alleviating hunger, promoting health and wellness, improving air and water quality, reducing of the rate of depletion of natural resources, or developing alternate sources of energy…just…

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Center for Academic Success Spring Programs

Right Start (New! Open to all students interested in committing to starting “strong” this spring) This three-week coaching workshop series allows a small group of students to meet with a professional once each week in the early portion of the semester.  These coaching workshops will introduce students to key concepts that should be utilized and refined early in the semester – Goal Setting, Time Management (includes providing tools and forms to help structure the process as well as discussions about sleep, nutrition and stress management), the PLRS study system, utilizing academic…

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Global Debate Tournament at Emory University

Calling all international students! The Global Debate Forum of the Barkley Center for Debate Education at Emory University will be hosting its fourth intercollegiate Global Debate Tournament for undergraduate and graduate international students in Georgia. This will be a fun and engaging opportunity to discuss relevant international issues with your peers, practice your public-speaking skills, and learn more about debate! Absolutely no debate experience is required – everyone is welcome. Research materials, two meals, and prizes will be provided as a part of the registration fee. Registration form can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/global-debate-tournament-tickets-29799952460 Schedule for…

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