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Posted September 26 2012

The Charles Koch Institute strives to help students become more effective advocates for economic freedom through two fantastic professional education opportunities; the paid Koch Internship Program and the Koch Associate Program.

There are opportunities to work in a variety of areas including communications, policy, operations, donor relations, and more.

Koch Internship Program : Students and recent grads get paid to work at free-market organizations in DC while engaging in weekly professional education every Tuesday. Both the spring and summer applications are now open and available online: http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/internship-program/

Koch Associate Program : Participants work in a full-time job at a partner organization in DC, while engaging in professional education every Thursday. The program starts in June of 2013 and the application is now open and available online:http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/associate-program/


Posted September 14, 2012

Analyst for United

Jill Doyle with United (Jill.Doyle@united.com) will be present at the following events listed below and would be happy to speak with BEPP students that are interested in a career with United. Also, there is an attached analyst job description for more information. Also, Danyal Ali (BEPP grad 2012: danyal.ali@united.com) would be happy to answer questions you may have as he has recently kicked off his career with United.

Company Presentation – Indiana University
Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2011 @ 6:00 – 7:30 pm EST
Location: Business Building – Room BU 306; 1309 E. Tenth Street, Bloomington, IN 47405

Fall Career and Internship Fair (CDC) – Indiana University
Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2011 @ 2:00 – 7:00 pm EST
Location: Harry Gladstein Fieldhouse –1101 E. 17th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408

 


Posted September 5, 2012

Economic Research Position - Dept. of Justice, Antitrust Division

The Economic Analysis Group in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice has openings for full-time economic research analysts and is looking for detail-oriented highly motivated individuals interested in economics or math who have recently graduated or expect to graduate soon (by August 2012). Please see the openings announcement for further details.

 


Posted March 26, 2012

My name is KaLeena Weaver and I am part of the Ascension Health Resource and Supply Management Group (RSMG).  As part of my role, I lead our National Analyst Team, which is comprised of 30+ Analysts in both our System Office and Health Ministries.  The development of the Analyst Team over the past three years has been supported by RSMG and Ascension Health leadership.  Members of this team are recruited from top undergraduate and graduate business programs, and have been a key part of our efforts to drive down supply expense.  Additional information on Ascension Health and the Analyst role is provided in the attachments.

Students may connect with me directly; the best manner is via email at kaleena.weaver@ascensionhealth.org

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Posted March 9, 2012

Call for Applications – Inspire Fellows Program (Summer 2012)

Youth Organizations Umbrella (Y.O.U.) is pleased to announce its Inspire Fellows Program for the summer of 2012. The fellowship offers graduate and upper-undergraduate students a full-time opportunity to learn best-practices in youth development and to prepare for a career in youth development, education, or the non-profit sector.

Inspire Fellows serve as workshop leaders and counselors for Y.O.U.’s 9-week summer program. Fellows are chosen to develop and facilitate specific workshops in one of three areas: arts and literature, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), or recreational activities. Additionally, all fellows help lead discussions and workshops on life skills topics.

Primary responsibilities of Inspire Fellows include:

  • Develop and facilitate youth activities in your chosen area that promote academic, social, and emotional development.
  • Supervise youth activities in a safe, sensitive, developmentally appropriate, positive manner.
  • Maintain positive, supportive relationships with youth.
  • Nurture supportive relationships with parents, school administrators, teachers, students, and community representatives.
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships with supervisors, coworkers, and volunteers within Y.O.U., and with others in the community who offer information about, resources for, or services to young people in Evanston.
  • Maintain timely and accurate records concerning youth participation and outcomes.
  • Identify and recommend opportunities for continuous improvement in Y.O.U. programming.

The Fellowship experience offers a unique opportunity for growth for students thinking about a career in youth development, education, the arts, or non-profits. Fellows have close supervision of their work and are provided with both formal and informal feedback to help them grow. In this way, fellows develop their leadership skills, enhance their understanding of youth development, and build their non-profit management skills.

The Fellowship runs full time from June 11 through August 17. The first week offers Fellows a comprehensive orientation and training on Y.O.U., non-profit management, and positive youth development. The next nine weeks consist of high-impact summer programming.

The Fellowship offers a stipend of $1,000. (Y.O.U. is also glad to provide documentation to any students who receive support from their universities for summer employment with a non-profit organization).

For more information, visit www.inspirefellowsprogram.org or contact kathryn.cai@youevanston.org


Posted March 1, 2012

Free -market economics job/internship opportunities:

•   Koch Internship Program: Students and recent grads get paid to work at a free-market organization in DC while engaging in weekly professional education seminars. Both the spring and summer applications are now open:  www.kochinternshipprogram.org 

•   Koch Associate Program: Participants work in a full-time job at a partner organization in DC, while having the chance to engage in professional education every Thursday. The program starts in June of 2012 and the application is now open: www.kochassociateprogram.org 

•   Liberty@Work: This program allows participants to work in a full-time role at one of many partner organizations across the country, while engaging in weekly professional education via webinar technology. Applications are now open: www.libertyatwork.org 


Posted March 1, 2012

Summer Internship Program: 2012 - Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics

The Bureau of Economics at the US Federal Trade Commission is seeking applications for summer internships. The of Economics consists of approximately 70 economists who provide guidance and support to the agency's antitrust and consumer protection activities.

Applications must be US citizens, detail-oriented, highly motivated by the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust and/or consumer protection mission, and show an interest in economics, mathematics, or statistics. Applications from undergraduate, master's level, and PhD students are welcome.

Internships may be paid, subject to the availability of funds.

To apply, email a resume, cover letter, and a copy of your unofficial transcript to hrmoemployment@ftc.gov by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 23, 2012. If you have any questions, please contact Alvira Brooks at abrooks1@ftc.gov. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 


Posted March 1, 2012

Unpaid Summer Economics Internships - Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice

The Economic Analysis Group in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice
has openings for two unpaid summer interns. The Economic Analysis Group consists of
approximately 50 Ph.D. Economists who provide economic analysis for antitrust cases brought by
the Division. The primary focus of our work is applied microeconomics, with an emphasis on
competitive interactions between firms in specific markets. Interns will work closely with staff
economists to define relevant product and geographic markets, determine pricing patterns, perform
statistical analysis of firm behavior within markets, and provide exhibits (such as data, charts, and
graphs) that may be required for litigation. Interns may also assist staff economists working on
articles for publication in economic journals.

The Economic Analysis Group is looking for detail-oriented highly motivated individuals
with an interest in microeconomics and who will have completed a course in econometrics or a
similar discipline. In addition to course work in economics, experience in working with statistics,
spreadsheets, computer databases, or other types of computer programming is required.

Interested applicants should send a resume, a short writing sample on an economic
topic, two references, and a copy of their college transcript via email to atr.eagra@usdoj.gov.

A security background check is required and takes at least four weeks to complete. All work
assignments will be in Washington, DC, and all interns must be U.S. citizens. Applications must be
received by March 16, 2012.

An Equal Opportunity and Reasonable Accommodation Employer.
Drug Test Required.


Posted October 11, 2011

Economic Research Analysts - Economic Analysis Group, Antitrust Division

The Economic Analysis Group of the Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, has openings for full-time economic research analysts in Washington, DC.  They are looking for detail-oriented highly motivated individuals interested in economics or math who have recently graduated or expect to graduate soon. 

Please see flyer for more information.

Posted October 11, 2011

FTC Job Opening: Economic Research Analyst

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