Author Archives: Timothy Mosehauer

NERA Research Associate JOB – econ consulting. Apply now

Are you looking to start your career at the #1 pure Economic Consulting firm in the United States? Renowned for hiring the best and brightest in the industry, having a collaborative culture, providing competitive compensation, and having interesting and exciting work projects (relating to litigation, policy practices, regulation and more), NERA Economic Consulting might be the place for you.

NERA is currently hiring a Researcher in our Antitrust practice to be based in our White Plains (NY), Washington, DC, or San Francisco office.

We’re looking for candidates who have demonstrated success through academic and professional achievements in economics, finance, or related fields such as accounting, statistics, and computer science. Individuals should enjoy solving analytical and empirical problems and have exceptional creative and critical thinking skills, as well as excellent oral and written communications skills.

Learn more and apply HERE.

BCG Launch programming this summer

Ready to take your first step toward the rewarding world of Management Consulting and become a BCG Associate?

Want to consult with the fastest-growing, prestigious, global management consulting firm in the world? Whether this is your first time getting to know us, or you are well on your journey, kickstart your career and register for BCG Launch. New virtual sessions begin in June. 

BCG Launch is a virtual program that provides current undergraduate and non-MBA master’s students with an exclusive inside look into BCG from current BCG consultants. You’ll learn the skills and knowledge needed for the exciting-yet-challenging journey to becoming a BCG Associate. The program includes:

  • Virtual events and info sessions
  • Opportunities for live Q&A
  • Case prep resources and much more

As part of BCG Launch, you’ll have a unique opportunity to connect with current BCGers as they share how their experiences here opened doors to working with world-renowned clients in the careers and industries of their dreams. We’ll also cover important recruiting details and give you a chance to ask any outstanding questions you may have.

BCG Launch virtual programming is designed to easily fit into your schedule with recordings and on-demand content available to all registrants. Programming will run from June through July. We’ll share exact dates after you register for BCG Launch!

Register here

Business Sustainability Internships

If you have an interest in sustainability or business (or both!) and are looking for an internship for next school year, then Manomet’s U360 program might just be the opportunity you’ve been seeking!

Learn all about this experiential education and professional development program from the program’s Director and past U360 students during one of our virtual info sessions. We’ll be meeting over Zoom and all you need is the URL above to attend this event from wherever you are (but please register in advance).

U360 is designed to increase students’ knowledge of the “triple-bottom line” of business sustainability (environmental, social, and governance), environmental and conservation issues, and business management through workshops and direct interactions with small business owners. The two-semester internship is an average of 10 hours per week; is entirely virtual (and always has been), so students participate via live video conference; and up to 40 students are enrolled from different colleges across the U.S. every year.

The U360 curriculum incorporates applied science, business, and sustainability workshops, career skills training, sustainability assessments of small businesses, and a Capstone project. U360 is an entirely student-centered program that is both a comprehensive educational experience (more like a class) and an unpaid internship; the curriculum is focused on helping students develop the NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) competencies that employers are seeking.

Choose among these upcoming dates to learn more at an information session.

  • Wednesday, May 17th from 1-2pm
  • Thursday, May 25th from 12-1pm
  • Friday, June 2nd from 12-1pm
  • Tuesday, June 6th from 6-7pm
  • Monday, June 12th from 5:30-6:30pm

CLICK HERE to sign up in Handshake

US State Department upcoming opportunities

This is a long list (but well worth it) of some very cool things going on with the State Department over the summer, from a good newsletter I get. Read on!

Internships and Fellowships:

Spring 2024 Internships – Applications to Open in June!

The Student Internship Program offers paid internship opportunities for an in-person, 10-week Internship with the U.S. Department of State. It is intended to expand global opportunities for students from all backgrounds who are pursuing post-secondary degrees. All our compensated internships provide opportunities to gain experience and insight into the business of diplomacy as our employees work to advance U.S. interests worldwide. The applications for the Spring 2024 Internship will open on in June. Please sign up to receive ongoing updates related to the program and the application opening.  Please note the Summer 2024 internship application period will likely open around early October 2023.

Virtual Student Internships for the 2023-2024 Academic Year – Applications to Open in July!

The Virtual Student Federal Service connects the talents of U.S. citizen college students with the needs of federal agencies. The time commitment is about 10 hours per week during the school year. There are opportunities for all, from data visualization to political analysis. Internships are unpaid but may be eligible for course credit. U.S. citizen high school graduates, from rising college freshmen through Ph.D. students, who are enrolled at least half-time (as defined by the school) in college during their application and participation are eligible. Because the program is virtual, students can intern from anywhere.  Students apply in July and may apply for up to three internships.  For more information, see the VSFS Internship page.

U.S. Foreign Service Internship Program – Applications to Open in August!

Applications open in August for the U.S. Foreign Service Internship Program, a two-year program designed to expose undergraduate students to U.S. diplomacy and the work of the U.S. Department of State.  This merit and needs-based opportunity is available to undergraduate sophomores and junior students with a minimum GPA of 3.2 on a 4-point scale. 

U.S. Fulbright Program Applications 

The U.S. Fulbright Program is now accepting applications for the 2024-2025 cycle, with a national deadline of October 10.

Welcoming 2023 Pickering and Rangel Fellows and Gearing Up for 2024 Applications in June-September

The U.S. Department of State looks forward to welcoming our 2023 Pickering and Rangel Fellows, including students from Boston College, Boston University, Bowdoin, Brown, Colby, Northeastern, Trinity, Tufts, the University of Hartford, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Wellesley, and Yale

These new colleagues will receive two internships, tuition assistance, and a stipend as they study for their master’s degrees, and at the completion of their studies will sign a contract to serve as Foreign Service Officers for five years. Rising seniors and college graduates interested in public service who want to study in a major relevant to the Foreign Service with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 on a 4-point scale are eligible to apply. Applications for the 2024 Pickering and Rangel cohorts will open in June through September. The programs encourage the application of members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need. Visit the Pickering and Rangel Graduate Fellowship websites for details. 

Clarke DS Fellowship 2024 Applications to Open Soon!

The William D. Clarke, Sr. Diplomatic Security Fellowship 2024 cohort application opens soon!  The Clarke Fellowship is a path to an exciting and fulfilling career in the Foreign Service as a Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent. The program is a two-year graduate fellowship designed for individuals who want to pursue a master’s degree and a career as a Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent in the Foreign Service.  This fellowship is perfect for those interested in Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, and Law Enforcement. 

Career Opportunities:

Foreign Service Officer Test Registration Now Open for June 2023 Test 

The application period for the June 2023 Foreign Service Officer Test opened on April 25 and closes on June 1. The test is available to take on June 3-10 and can now be taken entirely online.  Register today at and read more about our selection process at

Candidates interested in current Foreign Service Specialist and Civil Service opportunities can click the Apply Now link on our careers website. 

USAID Vacancy Announcement 

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) recently released a solicitation to recruit new Foreign Service Backstop 70 Humanitarian Assistance Officers (HAO). All are encouraged to apply even if you do not have Federal Government experience – see the link above for details. Also please see this useful page that explains how to set-up notifications for future job announcements. 

State Programs:

May is the start of commencement season, and Secretary Blinken traveled to Atlanta to deliver commencement remarks at Georgia Tech on May 6.

May is also Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AANHPIHM). On May 18 from 3:30-4:30 PM Eastern, join Diplomat in Residence for Southern California Katelyn Choe in an online panel discussion with colleagues who will discuss their varied careers, how they came to the Foreign Service, and the challenges they have overcome along the way to achieve success. On May 19 from 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern, Diplomat in Residence for New York Metro Kyla Brooke will lead an online senior leader interview with Under Secretary Uzra Zeya about her diplomatic career as an Asian American woman in the Foreign Service.

Diplomacy in TV:

Keri Russell’s new series The Diplomat is generating buzz as she plays a U.S. Ambassador serving in London. You can follow the actual U.S. Embassy to the United Kingdom on their Facebook page, and see photos and video from President Biden’s visit in April. U.S. Embassy Khartoum is also in the news. Though the United States temporarily suspended operations and evacuated U.S. Government personnel, our colleagues are continuing to support negotiations for an end to hostilities and providing information and assistance to U.S. citizens in Sudan. 

 Other Agencies:

 The U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) is having a virtual job fair on Monday, May 22. They are actively recruiting for the following roles:
–International Trade Specialist
–International Economist
–Business & Industry Analyst
–Management & Program Analyst
Participants may have the opportunity to participate in same-day interviews!
Registration is required and the deadline to register is Thursday, May 18 at 5 p.m. EST.
For more information and to register, please visit:

Legal Assistant at GLBTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders

GLAD’s Legal Assistants play a key role in advancing the mission and goals of the organization by providing key administrative and other support to GLAD’s six attorneys.

The Legal Assistant performs legal and social science research, drafts research memoranda, prepares court documents and correspondence, and proofreads and checks citations for complex legal documents. In addition, the Legal Assistant performs regular administrative tasks such as coordinating meetings and travel, filing and maintaining records, scanning, copying, preparing expense reports.

This position offers an excellent opportunity to learn about the litigation and legislative process and the legal issues affecting the LGBTQ community and people living with HIV.

Learn more and apply here.

Republic of Korea National Assembly Exchange Program

Meridian is pleased to announce the opening of the application process for the 2023 U.S. Congress – Republic of Korea National Assembly Exchange Program.

This came our way from a generous alum who shared it, who loved the program when he did it!

This year’s exchange program will take place from mid-July to early August (exact dates to be confirmed as soon as possible). The program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and funded jointly in partnership with the Committee on Unification, Foreign Affairs, and Trade of the Republic of Korea National Assembly. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with their Korean counterparts in Washington, DC and then represent the United States in South Korea. If accepted in the program, PARTICIPANT COSTS ARE COMPLETELY SPONSORED

Ideal candidates will: 

  • Demonstrate willingness to experience Korean culture and participate in cross-cultural exchange;  
  • Possess the ability to represent the U.S. and their Congressional office as an “Ambassador” to Korea;  
  • Play host to their Korean counterpart during the Washington, DC portion of the program;  
  • Fully familiarize themselves with provided reading materials and program itinerary;  
  • Actively participate in discussions during professional appointments with questions and analysis; and  
  • Demonstrate professionalism and respect for all participants and hosts throughout the program.  

Additionally, applicants should be U.S. citizens who have completed at least two years of university studies. Preference is given to applicants between ages 21 and 27 with an enthusiasm for international travel and cultural dialogue and with little or no previous travel experience to Korea. Applicants will also need a recommendation from a Member of the United States Congress. The application deadline is Sunday, May 21, 2023. 

Interested parties should visit for more information and application materials.  

Washington DC Mentoring Program Summer 2023

Are you interning in-person or virtually for a Washington, DC based organization? Well this program could be for you. Open to all students of any major, in any industry, not just politics or government.  

Each student enrolled is assigned an alumni mentor in their chosen industry. You can learn about different skills and career paths and build relationships to help with your future. The program consists of in-person or virtual one-on-one meetings with your alumni mentor as well as in-person or virtual workshops and panel discussions. Space is limited. 

Apply here!