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Applied Social Science Position

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Applied Social Science Position

Application deadline: Friday, 30 September

The Research Information Division of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is seeking a full-time researcher. Read More…

IR Administrative/Research Assistant

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IR Administrative/Research Assistant

Ken Stiles, international relations coordinator, is seeking a part-time (up to 20 hours a week) administrative/research assistant for fall semester. The successful candidate will have strong phone and writing skills and have a background in philosophy and international politics (at least one upper-division course in each). A GPA of at least 3.3 is expected. Editing experience would also be a plus.

Send a brief resume and unofficial transcript to Professor Ken Stiles.

Program Associate/Event Coordinator

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Program Associate/Event Coordinator

The Jamestown Foundation is seeking a program associate who is interested in gaining practical experience in foreign policy and international relations. The duties are approximately 60 percent administrative and 40 percent event coordination and publication management within the Global Terrorism Analysis program. Read More…

Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair

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Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair

Tuesday, 8 March
noon–6:00 p.m. (MST)

The U.S. Intelligence Community is hosting the second annual IC Critical Skills Virtual Career Fair—a free online event. Explore new career opportunities and discover what it takes to have a career in national security without leaving your desk. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about available career opportunities in the Intelligence Community and how to apply for positions, as well as chat with recruiters from the comfort of your computer. Register today.

Publishers Fair

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Publishers Fair

Wednesday, 16 March
noon–5:00 p.m.
WSC Garden Court

BYU’s Counseling and Career Center sponsors this annual event to provide students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends the opportunity to meet with editors from a range of markets, including publishers of books, magazines, and academic journals. Editors will meet with prospective authors, illustrators, photographers, and editing students to examine their work and offer suggestions and sometimes even jobs. Authors who wish to submit their work to a publisher should bring either a query letter and synopsis or the manuscript in proper format along with a submission letter and a self-addressed, stamped envelope.