Top 3 for 10 July 2018:
1- GWUMSPM ranked #8 in Innovation and Project Management in North America by Eduniversal in 2018. The Eduniversal MastersRanking included 4000 Best Masters and MBAs in 50 fields of study worldwide. Ranking criteria included: reputation of the programs; Salary/Placement of graduates; and Student satisfaction. In 2017, we ranked #10 for Engineering and Project Management, a category not included this year. Thanks to our students! The unique backgrounds and experiences you bring to our classroom and the feedback you continue to provide our faculty and staff help us in pursuing excellence. Check out the ranking results here!
2- Thank you to those who submitted their applications to receive free seat to the Summer 2018 PMP Review Course. We will inform applicants this week of the result via email. Those who missed to submit their applications this summer will have another opportunity during the Fall semester. Keep an eye on announcement via the newsletter.
3- Internship and Job Opportunities
Carpe Global is Seeking Associate Interns to Start ASAP!
An alumnus (international education specialist) is seeking a few interns to join his team to assist with various things related to the development of a unique new website being developed. The website will spotlight global/international resources and opportunities of interest to people across the U.S. and in other countries. Applicants should have academic and career interests related to other countries, cultures, and global issues. More information can be found here. Please note: this is an unpaid opportunity but students can receive academic credit for this.
CBO has Immediate Hiring Needs for a Financial Modeler
The Congressional Budget Office seeks a financial modeler to develop financial models to estimate the cost of credit and insurance programs, and to forecast financial variables such as stock prices, interest rates, and housing-market variables. Learn more here.
Department of Health and Human Services is Hiring Program Manager
This position is located in the Department of Health and Human Services, in Bethesda, Maryland. The incumbent serves as the Director, EAP and Work Life Program Services. Responsibilities include: Oversees the planning, development, implementation and delivery of EAP/Work Life services, including management consultation, educational outreach and promotion, counseling, child and elder care referral, legal and financial offerings; Supervises account management, business development, staff supervision and training, contract performance, customer relationship management, resource management, operation/policy logistics, information management and quality assurance; Assists in the formulation of strategic plans and related revenue and other business metrics; Provides expert advice and consultation regarding the development of program, policies, and procedures; Evaluates EAP and WorkLife programs and operations to assure that plans are followed to meet objectives, goals, strategic direction, and contract terms; Analyzes and evaluates policies and program operations. Apply here.