The Office of Professional Development at HLS is pleased to share the next few upcoming week’s professional development events, scholarship, fellowship, and career opportunities for current students.
Check out upcoming events and opportunities for the week of March 24– April 3…
Thursday March 25, 2021
Meet Ambassador Maria Brewer
Members of the Indiana University community are invited to meet Ambassador Maria Brewer, an Indiana native. Ambassador Brewer has served the United States as a diplomat in many countries in Asia and Africa; she most recently was Ambassador in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Please join Diplomat in Residence Louis Fintor for a discussion with Ambassador Brewer about her career in the Foreign Service, and to learn more about how you can serve your country as a diplomat and Foreign Service Officer.
Friday March 26, 2021
Governance and Management Speaker Series:
Mildred Warner, Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell
Registration Link Pending
Wednesday March 31, 2021
Coffee and Conversation Series: Perspectives on U.S.-Eastern Europe Relations & the Role of Public Diplomacy in partnership with Renew America Together
Please join us for a dialogue into these vital and increasingly complex domestic and international relationships. American Councils is grateful to our speakers for providing their expertise and looks forward to hosting a spirited non-partisan discussion on these crucial issues.
Thursday April 1, 2021
Indiana Employer’s Career Fair
The Indiana Employer Career Fair provides students and alumni the opportunity to network with local employers from across the state.
Check out all attending employer’s here
Register with Handshake
O’Neill Online Overview: A Master’s Degree Built Around You
Interested in exploring options for Master’s Degree’s within O’Neill? Attend this info session to learn more about most graduate degree options and flexibility within O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
See the HLS Event Calendar here for a full list of events
Upcoming Events and Deadlines for National Scholarships and Awards:
March 25, April 5, April 15 – Online Fulbright info sessions. Fulbright awards support study/research activities and place students as English Teaching Assistants in over 150 countries. These (identical) 30 minute info sessions will provide a brief overview of the program and relevant dates for the 2021 application process and is open to all students and alumni. Register via Zoom. Day and start time of each session included in each link:
- March 25 – 1pm – Fulbright Info Session
- April 5 – 1pm – Fulbright Info Session
- April 15 – 2pm – Fulbright Info Session
For more information about these opportunities, students can contact Paul Fogleman in the office of National Scholarships and Awards (email@example.com; 812-855-3948) or make an appointment with him via the SAS in One.IU.
McLarty Associates is an international strategic advisory firm that counsels corporations and non-profits on strategic planning, government relations issues and advocacy, market access, mergers and acquisitions, corporate communication, crisis management, and political and economic risk issues worldwide. There are currently four open remote positions working with operations in Africa, Mexico, Brazil, or Europe.
See details for each position and it’s prospective details below
Ideal candidates for these positions possess a deep understanding of the economic, cultural, business, and political dynamics in specific countries position. Applicants must have a robust background, demonstrated interest, and/or experience living or studying abroad with multi-language fluency. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the US.
Paralegal Specialist Position at the Office of Chief Counsel Indianapolis
U.S. Department of the Treasury
The following are the duties of this position at the GS-11 level. You will have the opportunity to learn to perform these duties and will receive training to help you grow in this developmental position.
- Review administrative and legal case file information;
- Perform legal research;
- Prepares pleadings such as answers and jurisdictional motions;
- Assist attorneys with the preparation of cases for trial; including maintenance and compilation of trial exhibits;
- Drafts other legal documents and counsel settlement memorandum;
- Assists with the identifying and hiring of expert witnesses;
- Assists with General Litigation matters such as Offers-in-Compromise, Summonses and Writs of Entry.
Apply by April 2, 2021
Full-time Summer Legal Intern Position at Slotegraaf Niehoff, PC
Slotegraaf Niehoff, PC is seeking a full-time summer intern for our office. Slotegraaf Niehoff was founded in 2014 and is located in beautiful downtown Bloomington. Our practice areas include family law, business law, estate planning and probate and trust administration. This position pays $10 per hour.
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
· Directly assist Attorney or Paralegal with various projects
· Scanning and storing documents in Google Drive
· Excel and Microsoft Word knowledge
· Scheduling and Calendaring
· Running an occasional errand
· Reliability and punctuality
· Opportunity to attend hearings, depositions, etc.
Visit their website www.snlawoffice.com for additional information about their office.
To apply, please forward a brief cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Leadership Council for Women in National Security (LCWINS) is seeking a part-time fellow
LCWINS is an organization of women and allies from across the political spectrum working to advance gender inclusion at the highest levels of the U.S. national security and foreign policy workforce. LCWINS is seeking a fellow to help ensure the success of the organization’s substantive work, while also handling the day-to-day administration of LCWINS.
The LCWINS Fellow will undertake the responsibilities listed below, and will also have the opportunity to do research in support of the organization and draft written products for internal and external audiences. Some potential areas for research and writing include: women and diversity in leadership, employment law, law related to non-profit organizations and political activities, policies that improve women’s hiring, impacts of COVID on women in the national security workforce, retention, promotion, and diversity and inclusion in national security.
Some Job Responsibilities:
- Assist the staff in planning and executing LCWINS’ strategic planning process during the summer of 2021.
- Event management: help coordinate speakers, outreach to partners, email out invitations, receive and track RSVPs for LCWINS events.
- Manage LCWINS Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn).
- Record-keeping: attend at least two weekly Committee meetings (1 hr each, via phone/Zoom); take notes during meetings and disseminate to committees after the fact.
The intern is expected to work 5-10 hours/week with a proposed start date of June 1, 2021 and proposed end date of August 31, 2021; specific hours and weeks worked are flexible and negotiable. This internship is expected to be conducted entirely remotely, based out of the Eastern Time Zone. Pay is $15/hr. Students in related fields of study are encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates should send a resume or CV, cover letter and one letter of recommendation to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted only until April 1.
Partnerships, P4G Internship
P4G brings together business, government, and civil society organizations in innovative public-private partnerships to advance solutions to help meet humanity’s greatest needs in food and agriculture, water, energy, cities and circular economy
This internship is based at P4G’s Global Hub hosted at World Resources Institute. You will work primarily with P4G’s Partnerships Team and will also work in coordination with P4G’s Operations, Engagement, Communications and Investment Teams.
Rotational Non-Profit Management Internship
Through this internship, you will receive robust training in a diverse range of WRI operations duties, including project financial management, grant and sub-agreement management, development and fundraising, finance and accounting, and human resources. Operations teams create the infrastructure that facilitates the success of WRI’s mission and are foundational to WRI being able to achieve impact.
During the first three weeks, you will participate in a rotational training curriculum involving in-depth seminars, guided learning modules, and assignments that will provide in-depth insight into the topics and responsibilities encompassing non-profit management.
Students accepted into one of these internships should reach out to Ashlynne Bender, firstname.lastname@example.org for information on the Dean’s Scholarship.
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