“Law and Religion” featuring Associate Dean Brett Scharffs will be the topic on Wednesday, 5 March at noon in 205 JRCB.
If you are thinking about law school, join us to hear BYU Law School professors address critical issues in a world of interesting fields. Pizza provided!
Contribute, Collaborate, and Succeed with a Career at Goldman Sachs
Application deadline: Sunday, 6 April, 11:59 p.m.
At Goldman Sachs, we believe our success is deeply rooted in the unique backgrounds, experiences and perspectives of our people.
The Discover GS Camps are one-day programs for students interested in exploring the numerous career paths in the financial services industry and familiarizing themselves with the firm’s business, history and culture in our offices. The program features divisional overviews, case studies, career workshops, and networking Read More…
Free screening: Waiting For Superman
Wednesday, 12 February, 6:00 p.m., B190 JFSB
Learn more about education inequity in our country, enjoy popcorn, and chat with TFA alums.
Final application deadline: Thursday, 20 February
Are you a junior or senior? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of children while receiving a salary, benefits, and giving your resume a boost?
Some of the same issues many developing countries face are here in the U.S. in the form of horribly low-quality education for low-income communities. Read More…
If you fit the requirements below and are interested, please submit a one-page, hard-copy resume (highlighting your language and cultural understanding) to BYU Career Services (2400 WSC) by Tuesday, 28 January at 5:00 p.m. (For extenuating circumstances, if you are unable to bring in a hard copy, please e-mail your resume (PDF) to firstname.lastname@example.org by the above deadline with the subject line: FBI Resume.)
*Please note this division of the FBI will be attending the career fair on Thursday, 30 January, and the FBI Honors Internship program (https://fbijobs.gov/231.asp) will open between now and Wednesday, 29 January.
The FBI is seeking to fill full-time, benefited positions Read More…
Application deadline: Wednesday, 11 December
Duty station: Vienna
The goal of the programme is to provide JPOs with a comprehensive overview of the organization, with a particular focus on familiarization with the OSCE programmatic approach and managerial framework. JPOs will be offered the opportunity of gaining practical experience in different subject areas during a three month period at the OSCE Secretariat (14 April–13 July 2014) and a six-month placement in a field operation/Institution (14 July 2014–13 January 2015). The respective supervisors will establish specific work plans/terms of reference for the JPO assigned to them toward this end. Please see the flyer to learn more and apply.