Career Talks: Cybersecurity & Intelligence | April 14

Join us for the final Career Talks of the semester! This week will we hear from Nunn School alumnus Lance Stubblefield (MSINTA) who has had a storied career in the national security field. Stubblefield has twenty years of federal experience in the U.S. government at the National Nuclear Security Administration, the Department of State, the Department of Homeland Security, and nearly a decade as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army National Guard. If you are interested in career in intelligence and national security, this is not a session you…

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Ivan Allen College Career Workshops: How to Stand Out Among 500+ Applicants & Joining the Foreign Service

How to Stand Out in 500 Applicants | April 7, 2021, 3pm-4pm Have you ever applied for a job without tailoring your application materials for that specific role? Big mistake, but you’re not alone! Matt Bunting, SVP Executive Director of Hawks Studio with the Atlanta Hawks, will be joining us virtually to discuss: The 5 biggest mistakes college students make when looking to get a job in sports How to stand out in 500 applicants – dos and don’ts with application materials Interviewing tips and staying in contact with employers Atlanta Hawks Hiring/ Recruiting initiatives To register for this event, click here. If you have…

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The U.S. Office of Personnel Management presents: Navigating USAJOBS

To kick start your journey into the federal workplace, learn tips and tricks of navigating USAJOBS, the federal government’s official job search page. This instructor-led virtual training provides a step-by-step guide for creating federal job searches, creating a USAJOBS account and profile, managing your account, reviewing Job Opportunity Announcements, submitting your applications, and following up on your application status. The event will take place via zoom on April 7, 2021, from 1:30 pm-3:30 pm. To register for the event, click here.

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Black Girl 44 Scholarships for Summer 2021 Internships

The Black Girl 44 Scholarship was created by former Obama White House alum Deesha Dyer to encourage the pursuit of internships in politics and public service. Thanks to generous contributors from across the Obama administration, this private and independent initiative will award ten $1,000 scholarships to Black/African-American undergraduate women who have earned an internship in politics or public service across the nation for Summer 2021. SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Must be a Black/African-American woman enrolled in an accredited college/university (which includes but is not limited to undergraduate four-year programs, community colleges, vocational…

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March 24 | Pre-Law Student Professionalism Seminar

When preparing to enroll in law school, it is imperative that you know that it is not only the application that matters but also how to conduct yourself when interacting with admission officials and other professionals you will encounter on your enrollment journey.  How should you respond to scenarios such as being waitlisted or drafting a scholarship appeal? Are there different expectations for in-person versus virtual conversations? Gisele Joachim, director of LSAC ambassadors and education program development is hosting a webinar to help guide you through this process. This event…

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Career Talks: NPAG – NonProfit Professionals Advisory Group | March 31

Alumnus Andres Marcuse-Gonzalez (BSINTA, MSIA) returns to speak with students about career opportunities with NPAG, the Nonprofit Professional Advisory Group. NPAG is an executive search firm that specializes in top-tier social sector talent strategy and search. Founded with a deep commitment to equity and inclusion, the firm partners with nonprofits and mission-driven organizations during times of organizational transition and growth. NPAG brings innovators and experts to the table to address our most persistent, complex societal challenges. Clients include best-in-class organizations spanning direct service, philanthropy, education, healthcare, policy and advocacy, research,…

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Careers in Government and Public Service | March 17

Understanding policy, international affairs, cross-cultural communications, and economics can help governments identify unmet market needs and capitalize on opportunities. Understanding how economic, environmental, technological, and social issues work together and play against each other is critical for understanding and explaining emerging threats. Working in government and public service entails protecting the nation and serving the people, at the local or state level, as well as the national level. Join us to learn about careers in government and public service. We have invited two Nunn School alumni to speak with students…

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April 16 | Guest Speaker: Jacob’s Cyber and Intelligence Executives

  Jacobs, Signature Partner with the GT Career Center is excited to host a virtual guest speaker series for GA Tech! Join them on April 16 at 4:00 PM EST to meet one of their Cyber and Intelligence Executive Leaders and learn about the exciting work they do! You will also get a chance to learn about future career opportunities as well as career paths that align to Cyber Security, Computer Science, Data Scientist, and so much more!   To join the Microsoft Teams meeting, click here.

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