Communications and Marketing Fellow, Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (Remote; New York, NY)

CECP is a CEO led coalition that believes that a company’s social strategy — how it engages with key stakeholders including employees, communities, investors, and customers — determines company success. Founded in 1999 by actor and philanthropist Paul Newman and other business leaders to create a better world through business, CECP has grown to a movement of more than 200 of the world’s largest companies that represent $6.6 trillion in revenues, $21.2 billion in societal investment, 14 million employees, and $15 trillion in assets under management. CECP helps companies transform…

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Student Analyst Intern, Government Accountability Office (Washington, DC)

As a GAO intern, you will learn how to conduct federal audits and program evaluations and apply that knowledge as part of a team. You will assist GAO analysts in planning and conducting in-depth reviews of executive and legislative branch programs. You will collect appropriate data, analyze the data, develop data-based findings and conclusions, and present the information both orally and in writing to diverse audiences. Specific duties are: •Planning, prioritizing, and/or balancing own work assignments, identifying feasible work management approaches that address required activities and timelines. •Developing, identifying, contributing to,…

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Public Health & Racial Inequality Workshop: What Can Georgia Tech Students Do? | October 27

Public Health & Racial Inequality Workshop: What Can Georgia Tech Students Do? Tues Oct 27 @ 11am-12noon https://bluejeans.com/851502066/2658 meeting ID: 851 502 066 Join Justin Smith from Positive Impact Health Centers, and Georgia Tech Professors Lindsey Bullinger and Zak Taylor (both School of Public Policy) for an interactive discussion on public health & racial inequality. Students will learn valuable tools of analysis and historical context for better understanding the sources, and impacts, of racial inequality. We will also discuss opportunities in Atlanta and at Georgia Tech for students to take…

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APSIA Open House Sessions | October 13 – November 30

Interested in a specific topic within International Affairs?   The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) invites you to its series of Open Houses October 13 – November 30, 2020 Free Online   Hear from a few schools that offer topic-focused programs in a more intimate setting. Attend any of the following themed open houses: Business and International Trade – October 13 at 12:00PM ET Development and Conflict Resolution – October 15 at 4:00PM ET PhD Programs – October 20 at 7:00AM ET Energy, Sustainability, and Climate –…

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Teaching, The Best Kept Secret | October 14

AAAS ARISE is pleased to partner with Get the Facts Out on the upcoming workshop: “Teaching, The Best Kept Secret!” on October 14 at 3:00PM ET focusing on recruiting STEM teachers. Did you know that teachers in the United States rate their lives better than all occupation groups, trailing only physicians?* In this workshop we will dig into some data many students and faculty find surprising about the teaching profession. We will also share strategies and resources for communicating the facts about the profession so that students will have accurate information about their…

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BS/MS Fellowships | Apply by Nov 15, 2020

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is pleased to offer up to three fellowships of $2,500 each to INTA, IAML or EIA seniors who enroll in their respective five-year BS/MS INTA programs.  The applicants will have to be admitted into a five-year program and to register for INTA6202 and/or INTA 6302 in Spring 2021.  The fellowships will be disbursed to the awardees after the Spring 2021 Withdrawal Date (March 17, 2021) provided they remain enrolled in either course.  The students wishing to apply should email a copy of their…

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