Top 3 for 20 August 2018:
1- Confirm your Fall 2018 schedule by logging into GWeb. Look up your class schedule via the Student Records & Registration Menu under Student Schedule by Date and Time. Blackboard is not the place to go to confirm your registration. Remember that Blackboard portal will not be available until your instructor turns it on. If you have not registered for any course yet, you must act now before courses close. Last day to register without penalty is Sunday, 26 August. Penalty applies for late registration.
2- The GW School of Business Fall 2018 Career Fair will be hosted on Thursday, 20 September 2018 from 12:30pm – 4:00pm. Register to come and meet area employers who are interested in connecting with School of Business students. This is your opportunity to utilize your elevator pitch and gather information on business-related internships and full-time opportunities. Don’t miss this important fall recruiting activity! Click here to register.
Note: Professional dress is mandatory for this event.
3- Internships and job opportunities:
Internship Placement Program for Arab-American Students
The Arab-American Business and Professional Association (ABPA) recently launched an Internship Placement Program. The program aims to place the best Arab-American students as interns in Federal government agencies and top American corporations. Students who have over 3.0 GPA are eligible to send their applications through the ABPA website. The accepted students will also receive mentorship support and career coaching with no fee. For more details, click here or contact Naheen Alam: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Developing Radio Partners – *Shared by alumna*
DRP, a US-based non-profit community broadcast development organization, is seeking a part time Research Extern/Intern to support its efforts to promote robust community radio and broadcast media giving voice to the voiceless. Apply here.
Reminder that Amazon Graduate Virtual Info Session Series
Amazon is hosting several virtual info sessions for Grad students interested in their full-time opportunities. The sessions include an info session and a few functional deep dive sessions for each of their roles. The application window for roles specifically for recent grads will be available between 1 and 17 September. Click here for more details.
Early Access JPMorgan Chase Internship Opportunity through RelishCareers – Application Deadline: 7 September
JPM has partnered with RelishCareers to offer Grad student early access to their Chase Summer application. Students must have a relishcareers account to access this application, which can be created for free here.
ESE Project Manager, GWU
The Office of Enrollment and the Student Experience is a mission-driven organization providing a cohesive experience throughout all phases of the student lifecycle, from the admissions and enrollment process through graduation and beyond, by supporting a connected, comprehensive and student-centered approach to the student experience. Reporting to the Senior Vice Provost for Enrollment and the Student Experience (ESE), the ESE includes the offices of undergraduate admissions, graduate enrollment, career services, student financial assistance, student success, student experience and student services, systems and analytics. The ESE is committed to a student-first mentality, utilizing a data-driven approach to continuous assessment and improvement across the organization.
Reporting to the Associate Vice Provost for Student Systems Services and Analytics, the ESE Project Manager provides project management and operational support to the AVP and the SSSA unit directors. The ESE Project Manager works with the AVP to serve as a liaison to coordinate SSSA activities across ESE, manage workflow, special projects and ensure critical processes and services are maintained and delivered. In department business matters the ESE Project Manager has frequent contacts with Deans, Directors, faculty members, students and other administrative staff. Apply here.