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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GT Campus Sustainability: Sustainability Next Award

At Georgia Tech, we know the impact our students, faculty, and staff make to our campus, Institute and community are game-changing. In recognition of those impacts and the importance of sustainability as a core value and principle in the new Institute Strategic Plan, the Office of Campus Sustainability and partners seek to recognize the contributions of the campus community demonstrating sustainability in action. The deadline to nominate or apply is April 9, 2021, at 11:59 pm EST.   Nomination and Application Process The Sustainability Student Champion Award recognizes a student…

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Diplomacy: African American Perspectives

State Department Diplomats in Residence is hosting a panel discussion on life and service as an African-American diplomat. The featured speaker is Ambassador Larry Palmer, former Ambassador to Honduras, and Barbados, and the eastern Caribbean. He will discuss his career and life as an African American in U.S. Foreign Service.  A panel of current Diplomats-in-Residence will provide information about State Department careers and student programs (internships/fellowships/study abroad opportunities) — especially those aimed at increasing the diversity of the U.S. Foreign Service. This event will take place virtually on March 27,…

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April 21 | Foreign Affairs 2021 Virtual Graduate School Fair

Foreign Affairs is hosting a series of free virtual events to allow graduate school candidates to explore the programs that are out there. Attendees will have the chance to connect one on one with representatives via text chat, video, or phone call in order to learn more about the top programs available for those seeking a career in international affairs, public policy, diplomacy, and more. The next event is April 21, 2021, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm EST. This event will feature two live seminars from Syracuse and Regent…

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Present at the 2021 CAIR Conference on Inequality and Social Justice

The Collegiate Association for Inequality Research (CAIR) at Wake Forest University is seeking presenters for their inaugural Conference on Social Justice and Inequality. CAIR is a student-led organization that allows students to pursue undergraduate research on social inequity and to help ease inequality through peer mentoring research groups and conferences such as this. To read more about CAIR, click here. The deadline for abstract submission is April 3, 2021. The conference will be held on April 24, 2021. For the Conference on Social Justice and Inequality CAIR is seeking research projects…

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March 22-26 | Middlebury Institute Preview Days

The Middlebury Institute specializes in cross-cultural studies to prepare international affairs students for work in multicultural and/or multilingual positions.  They provide a close-knit community of students and faculty to help guide students on the path to making a meaningful impact on the world around them. The institute is offering a variety of different virtual preview days to allow interested students to learn more about the opportunities available to them at Middlebury. The preview days will run from March 22-26, 2021, and will function out of the pacific time zone. Pre-registration…

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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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March 23 | Sam Nunn: Statesman of the Nuclear Age Webinar

The World Affairs Council of Atlanta is bringing together Frank Leith Jones and Senator Sam Nunn for a dynamic fireside chat highlighting critical moments of Nunn’s leadership on global issues, as well as shed light on what remains to be done to further reduce the threat of nuclear war. This online event will take place on Tuesday, March 23 2021 at 12:00pm. To register, click here. Sam Nunn served in the Senate for four terms and helped lead far-reaching changes in security policy. As a member and then chairman of…

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Inaugural Atlanta Sports Conference by Sports Business Club at GT

Sports Business Club at Georgia Tech is excited to announce the inaugural Atlanta Sports Conference presented by Sports Business Club at Georgia Tech. SBCGT has brought the best and brightest minds in the Atlanta sports scene together, and is super excited to give our campus community the opportunity to get their foot in the door in the industry! This is your opportunity to connect with various recruiters and employees of Atlanta sports organizations, as well as listen to professionals talk about exciting trends in the sports world. There are a…

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