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Harvard Business School 2+2 Program

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Harvard Business School 2+2 Program

Learn about the 2+2 program Friday, 13 January at 12:30 in the Varsity Theatre. Lunch will be provided.

The 2+2 Program is a deferred admission process for current students, either in college or full-time masters programs. It is comprised of at least two years of professional work experience followed by two years in the HBS MBA Program.

If you are in your final year of study, you are eligible to apply in the current application cycle.  Join us to set your business career in motion before graduation.

Defense Intelligence Agency Vacancies

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Defense Intelligence Agency Vacancies

Application deadline: Friday, 23 September

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has posted vacancies for several summer internship programs for seniors graduating in 2017. These internships offer competitive pay and have an extremely high chance of turning into a permanent position after completing the internship.

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The most relevant vacancy for most area studies/international relations students is 2017 Summer Internship Program—Intelligence Careers (Recent Graduates and Rising Seniors Only), vacancy number 108388-03. It is for careers in analysis, human intelligence, counterintelligence, and mission management.

For those students with additional skills, there are also internships in the following fields: science and technology; security; finance and acquisition; human services, office management and infrastructure; and information technology.

Many graduating seniors would be wary about something labeled as an internship rather than a permanent position. However, internships are one of the easiest ways into the intelligence community. On top of that, these are paid internships.

Women in Law Luncheon

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Women in Law Luncheon

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.

Intern for Political Consulting Group

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Intern for Political Consulting Group

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 amy.addington6@gmail.com.

FBI Summer Internships and Entry-Level Hires

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FBI Summer Internships and Entry-Level Hires

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.