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Mar
27

Career Blitz: INTERNATIONAL

 

TOPICS INCLUDE:

1. Export-Import Bank of the United States – Public Affairs Specialist POST-GRAD
2. Council on Foreign Relations -Research Associates – POST-GRAD
3. Honduras – Health Education & Advocacy Liaisons- INTERNSHIP
4. Costa Rica – Center for Sustainable Development Studies – Program Intern, POST-GRAD
5. ‘Virtual’ Research INTERNSHIP, China Brief – The Jamestown Foundation
(DC)
6. Switzerland – UN Watch – INTERN
7. China Market Research Group – 2-Year Business Analyst Program
8. JUNIORS – Fulbright Applications – Open MAY 1 – Various Abroad Opportunities
9.  Germany – Wolfgang Köhler Primate Research Center – INTERN
10. Conversation: CAREERS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Meeting Public Challenges from the Private Sector
Speaker:  Michael Fairbanks, co-founder of SEVEN (Social Equity Venture Fund)

 

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1. Export-Import Bank of the United States – Public Affairs Specialist POST-GRAD:
The Ex-Im Bank is the official export credit agency of the United States. This position is located in the Office of Communications-Public Affairs and is being filled under the Pathways Recent Graduate Program. Activities include preparation of information on Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank’s export financing programs and policies to domestic and international news media, U.S. and foreign businesses, banks, federal/state/local government agencies, private organizations and groups, and the general public.
Deadline:  MARCH 27
Website: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/339679500

 

2. Council on Foreign Relations-Research Associates – POST-GRAD
            1) Southeast Asia (DC); 2) Global Health (NY):
1)Support a CFR Fellow whose work examines U.S. policy toward Southeast Asia. Must have 1+ yr. of administrative and/or internship experience; 2) Support Senior Fellow for Global Health Laurie Garrett, a highly sought after expert on many global health issues, including global health funding, HIV/AIDS, and biosecurity. Send Resume & Cover Letter (incl. position name in email) to Council on Foreign Relations Human Resources Office 58 E. 68th St., New York, NY 10065 FAX: (212) 434-9893 humanresources@cfr.org
Website: www.cfr.org

3. Honduras – Global Healing – Health Education & Advocacy Liaisons (HEAL)  – INTERNSHIP:
HEAL student internship provides advanced undergraduate students with a unique opportunity to experience pediatric medicine and community health at the Roatán Volunteer Pediatric Clinic (RVPC) in Roatán, Honduras. As part of the American and Honduran medical team, student interns play a key role in the daily operations of the RVPC. Outside of clinic, student interns volunteer with local community organizations and/or carry out their own community or public health projects. Send Resume & Cover Letter to healinternship@gmail.com
Website: http://www.roatanclinic.org/heal/index.html

 

4. Costa Rica – Center for Sustainable Development Studies – Program Intern, POST-GRAD:
The School for Field Studies (SFS) is  nation’s largest field-based provider of environmental study abroad programs, the interns provide support in the areas of Research, Student Programming, and Operations. This includes program delivery, academics, research, group dynamics, logistics, program safety, risk management and site maintenance. Mid-August 2013-August 2014.
Website: http://fieldstudies.catsone.com/careers/?portal=

 

5. ‘Virtual’ Research INTERNSHIP, China Brief – The Jamestown Foundation (DC)
Research and analyze a variety of foreign, defense, economic and policy issues related to China between 15-20 hrs @ week. Receive assignments, conduct research and analysis, and submit contributions via the Internet. Proficiency in Mandarin Chinese is preferred. Interns work directly with the China Brief Editor, Peter Mattis. email a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample to Peter Mattis: mattis@jamestown.org. In the subject line, please indicate “Research Intern.”
Website: http://www.jamestown.org/aboutus/employment/

6. Switzerland – UN Watch – INTERN:
UN Watch’s mission is to monitor the performance of the United Nations according to the yardstick of its Charter and to protect human rights for all.  Substantive intern responsibilities can include research and writing of reports, drafting correspondence, monitoring and reporting on meetings at the UN, attending and reporting on meetings with diplomats and UN officials, fact-checking and taking notes.  Preference is given to candidates who apply at least 6 months in advance.
Website: http://www.unwatch.org/site/c.bdKKISNqEmG/b.1320701/k.61F9/Employment__Internships.htm

 

7. China Market Research Group – 2-Year Business Analyst Program:
Learn and practice the skills necessary to perform top-tier market research and strategy consulting
Website: http://www.cmrconsulting.com.cn/careers/baprogram.html

 

8. JUNIORS – Fulbright Applications – Open MAY 1 – Various Abroad Opportunities:
Get started investigating Fulbright grants for 1) Study/Research (Business, Journalism, Sciences and Public Health and Creative/Performing Arts) ; 2) English Teaching Assistantships 3) Fulbright-mtvU (international musical culture); 4) Travel Grants (Italy, Germany, and Hungary) http://us.fulbrightonline.org/fulbright-us-student-program
Website: Preliminary campus deadline: July 1 – check with www.dartmouth.edu/~scholarship  !

 

9.  Germany – Wolfgang Köhler Primate Research Center – INTERN:
Internships should last at least 8 weeks. The Primate Center is part of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropologhy.  Please send your application at least 6 months in advance to:
Daniel Hanus   zoocoordinator@eva.mpg.de  Phone: +49 (341) 3550 – 610
Website: http://www.eva.mpg.de/positions-available/department-of-developmental-and-comparative-psychology.html

 

10.  CAREERS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Meeting Public Challenges from the Private Sector
Speaker:  Michael Fairbanks, co-founder of SEVEN (Social Equity Venture Fund) is a virtual non-profit entity run by entrepreneurs whose strategy is to markedly increase the rate of innovation and diffusion of enterprise-based solutions to poverty)
THURSDAY, March 28, 1-2pm @ Haldeman 041
*R.S.V.P. to dickey.student.programs@dartmouth.edu
Panera lunch provided

ALSO, see INTERNATIONAL Career Link at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/intl.html

**To schedule an Appointment with an Advisor, call Career Services at 646-2215

 

 

 

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