The annual BYU Women in Law Luncheon is an event dedicated to recognizing undergraduate women and their great potential. The luncheon is hosted by BYU Law in conjunction with Women in Law, the women’s student organization at BYU Law School.
Undergraduate women and other potential law students are invited to join with professors and law students to hear from Sister Ruth Renlund. Regardless of current career aspirations, we hope those who are interested will come and enjoy this time with an outstanding group of women.
The event will be held Thursday, 25 February in the Assembly Hall at the Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center. Registration to get your name tag will be from 11:30 a.m.–noon, and the luncheon is noon–1:30 p.m. Those who would like to attend may RSVP via this link: http://bit.ly/1ZZ0na8.
Colonial Consulting, Inc. is seeking full-time, paid interns to start in January.
The position involves:
—Assisting in the client-facing operations and capacity building for corporate clients with complex legislative agendas.
—Researching electoral polling and various state and federal regulatory environments, as well as close monitoring of local, state, and national legislative trends relevant to the firm’s clients.
—Compiling, sorting, and analyzing large quantities of internal data through Microsoft Excel for both accounting and client-deliverable purposes.
If you have what it takes, e-mail a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The FBI is now accepting applications via bridge.byu.edu for summer 2016 internships and entry-level hires. These positions are open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and grad students from all majors who have at least a 3.0 GPA.
For additional details about the position:
1) Go to bridge.byu.edu and view the details of the postings*
2) Attend the FBI’s information session on Monday, 9 November, 5:15–6:30 p.m., 3211 WSC.
Also, on 12 November at 11:00 a.m. in B190 JFSB, an FBI agent and alumnus of the College of Humanities discusses his work with the Department of Justice.
Department: Upper School
Location: Washington, D.C.
Position Start Date: Monday, 4 January 2016
Sidwell Friends, a coeducational Quaker day school with campuses in Washington, D.C., and Bethesda, MD, seeks a part-time, long-term substitute teacher for its East Asian history course (focusing primarily on China). Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree in history, Asian studies, or a related field (a master’s is preferred) and teaching experience, preferably at the high school level. A deep understanding of East Asian politics, history and culture is also required. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to inspire and support students and will show a willingness to work collaboratively and thrive in an environment committed to academic excellence. An appreciation for adolescents and a sense of humor are also essential.
The position begins Monday, 4 January 2016 and is for the 2016 spring semester only. Interested candidates should upload a resume, cover letter, statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for three references via our online application.
The FBI is seeking full-time English Monitor Analysts (EMA) to work in Pocatello, Idaho, Fairmont, West Virginia, or Washington, D.C. (limited).
What is An English Monitor Analyst?
An EMA’s primary duty includes analyzing and providing a synopsis of English electronic intelligence material (audio or document) that is mixed with a foreign language. GS levels for entry level employment are dependent on education and work experience and can range from a GS-7 to GS-12.
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