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Save the Date: Employer Visits and Upcoming Deadlines

Always check Handshake for more details about new events and deadlines added regularly.  These are some of the big ones we think you should know about:

Sept 17:  A.T. Kearney Analyst (#915599) JOB deadline

Sept 17:  Oliver Wyman entry-level consultant (#928485) JOB deadline

Sept 18:  Cadent Business Analyst #796240 JOB deadline, they are interviewing on campus later in the month

Sept 18:  Kaiser Associate Consultant (#952471) JOB deadline

Sept 18:  Kantar Retail Information Session 6 pm in Axinn 103

Sept 18:  Brattle Group Information Session 7 pm

Sept 18:  Charles River Associates Analyst (#938826) JOB deadline

Sept 19:  Beacon Group Information Session 7 pm in Coltrane Lounge, Adirondack House

Sept 20:  Fidelity Investments Information Session 6 pm in Hillcrest 103

Sept 21:  Brattle Group Research Analyst # 904640 JOB deadline, they are interviewing on campus in October

Sept 21:  Edgeworth Economics JOB and INTERN deadline

Sept 22:  Beacon Group JOB deadline

Sept 25:  M&T Bank Information Session 6 pm in Hillcrest 103

Sept 25:  Accenture JOB deadline

Sept 26:  Analysis Group JOB deadline

Sept 26:  Oak Hill Advisors Information Session 7 pm in Axinn 229

Oct 1:  Putnam Associates JOB deadline

Oct 9:  Analysis Group INTERN deadline



Featured opportunities in Handshake

While browsing around, I found some really cool sounding jobs and internships.  I wanted to highlight them for you.  The areas I most like to search are Employer Industry: Government- Local, State and Federal, International Affairs, Legal, and Politics.  For Job Function I like:  legal, political organizing, research

Take a look yourself and explore around.  I’ve given you the link to go directly in Handshake and learn more.

Government Relations Intern at Carmen Group

The Carmen Group is the leading government affairs consulting firm, with the best overall business approach serving a long-standing, bi-partisan client base



Lockridge Grindal Nauen P.L.L.P. Federal Relations Group internship

The Federal Relations Group monitors public policy developments and deliberations in order to inform and influence decision-making by the legislative and executive branches.



Director’s Financial Analyst at Consumer Financial Protection Bureau



Atlantic Media Editorial Fellowship



Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship

This provides full-time six to nine month fellowships for recent college and graduate school alumni to work on international peace and security issues with one of more than two dozen participating public-interest organizations in Washington, DC.



Client Advocate at Still She Rises, Tulsa: A Project of the Bronx Defenders



Kobre & Kim | Analyst Program

Kobre & Kim is an Am Law 200 global law firm focused exclusively on disputes and investigations, often involving fraud or misconduct.



Intern at The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law: a non-partisan public policy and law institute that focuses on improving the systems of democracy and justice. A singular institution – part think-tank, part public interest law firm, part advocacy group – the Brennan Center combines research, scholarship, legislative and legal advocacy, and communications to win meaningful, measurable change in the public sector.


Careers in Global Health: Free Webinar on September 14th

Learn from leading experts about unique careers in global health. The webinar will include guidance and advice from five panelists, as well as ample opportunity to ask the speakers questions. Gain insight about paths to a career in global health, how to start a fulfilling career, and key tools for the hiring process, etc.

Careers in Global Health: Thinking Outside of the Box Webinar
September 14, 4:00-5:00 pm EST
Register at https://slate.uniteforsight.org/register/careerssept2017

The live webinar will be recorded, and as long as you register, you will automatically receive a link to the webinar recording when it becomes available. Those who attend live will have the opportunity to submit questions to the panelists. You may also see our other past and upcoming free webinars about global health and social entrepreneurship.

Webinar Expert Panelists:

  • Sam Daley-Harris, CEO, Center for Citizen Empowerment and Transformation, A Project of RESULTS Educational Fund
  • Rebecca Hardin, Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan
  • James Nardella, Principal, Skoll Foundation
  • Daniel Palazuelos, Senior Health and Policy Advisor for Community Health Systems, Partners In Health; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • Panelist TBA
  • Moderated by Jennifer Staple-Clark, Founder and CEO, Unite For Sight

Interested in Being on the Google University Email List?

As the Fall semester beings, we want to keep you in the loop on all things Google. The Google University Programs team has created a monthly announcements newsletter that includes important dates and job/internship opportunities. If you’re interested in being added to that email list, please contact Nicole Veilleux.

An example of newsletter offerings, they recently listed available scholarships that have deadlines soon:

Cohen Children’s Medical Center Northwell Health: Gap Year Internship Program

Priority will be given to candidates who submit all materials by Friday, August 25, 2017

This 9-12 month paid research internship program is offered by Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York – part of Northwell Health (formerly North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System).  The mission of the Division of General Pediatrics is to enhance the lives of children and families locally and nationally through clinical care, teaching, research and community service.  As such, our work falls into multiple domains: clinical medicine, clinical research, quality improvement, medical education, health policy, and administration.

This Clinical Research Internship will offer 3 – 4 accomplished students the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors within the Division of General Pediatrics on research projects on a wide variety of topics relevant to general pediatrics, ranging from pediatric health outcomes research to quality improvement to health services and health policy research.  Examples of ongoing projects in the Division of General Pediatrics include:

  • Impact of general screening for social determinants on health disparities among immigrant children;
  • Development, implementation, and evaluation of pediatric obesity and breastfeeding promotion initiatives at multiple practice sites throughout Queens and Long Island;
  • Impact of innovations in the delivery of care for children with asthma;
  • Impact of Medicaid care coordination programs on children with complex medical and psychosocial needs;
  • Outcomes of adolescents with complex health needs transitioning to adult care;
  • Interventions to improve future planning for families of those with intellectual/developmental disabilities.


Research assistants will be integral members of our team in the Department of General Pediatrics, participating in all components of our projects.  Research Assistants (RA’s) will assist faculty with ongoing research projects and/or work collaboratively with one or more mentors in designing new projects of mutual interest. With the guidance of faculty, research assistants will learn to perform chart reviews, conduct in-depth interviews, administer in-person and online surveys, run focus groups, analyze and code transcripts, and analyze primary and secondary data.

Program Dates: Start and completion dates for the Gap Year internship are somewhat flexible. Priority will be given to applicants prepared to make at least a full-time 9 month commitment or longer, though alternate schedule arrangements will be considered.  With advance notice, research interns may take as many days off (without pay) as needed during their internship to visit medical schools for interviews.

Stipend:  This is a paid internship; interns will be paid $15.50 per hour for days worked.

To Apply: You must submit a completed application (PDF attached), a résumé, and an unofficial transcript.  All materials should be sent electronically using the subject line “Gap Year Research Internship” to Dr. Sophia Jan at SJan1@northwell.edu.

Application Process & Deadline:  There is a rolling submission deadline. However, priority will be given to candidates who submit all materials by Friday, August 25, 2017. The most promising candidates will be invited to interview by Skype, and notification of decisions will be made soon thereafter.

For Further Information:  The research internship is coordinated by Dr. Sophia Jan, Chief of the Division of General Pediatrics. Questions regarding the Gap Year internship or the application process may be directed to her directly (SJan1@northwell.edu).