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GWSB Fowler Graduate Career Newsletter:  Thursday, April 10, 2014
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GW Business Plan Competition

Cheer on the 10 Final-Round Teams that were selected out of 113 Entries!

Friday, April 11th in Duques Hall

On April 11, 2014, the GW Business Plan Competition, with founding sponsorship from Annette and Richard Scott, will be awarding $101,000 in cash prizes to teams of GW students, faculty, and alumni who offer innovative ideas for new products and/or services. Additional in-kind prizes worth more than $30,000 will also be awarded to our winning teams. This academic year, we celebrate our sixth annual GW Business Plan Competition. Good luck to all our finalists!

CLICK HERE to learn more and RSVP!

GW-CIBER Funding for Unpaid Internships in International Business - Summer 2014

The Center for International Business Education & Research (GW-CIBER) is pleased to invite all GWSB undergraduate and graduate students who have, or are seeking to have, an unpaid Summer 2014 internship to apply for funding of up to $2,000. The application should be submitted via email by April 28, 2014. 

For more information on the funding eligibility and requirements, and to access the application, please click here.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES!

National Cherry Blossom Festival
Strategic Marketing Consultant
GW Position ID: 795899

McLarty Associates
Latin America Internship - 796119
Southeast Asia Internship - 796118
Southern Cone Internship - 796117

Albright Stonebridge Group
Summer 2014 Communications Intern
GW Position ID: 796447

ING Financial Partners
Financial Adviser
GW Position ID: 796544

Walmart
Marketing Intern
GW Position ID: 796582

Liberty Mutual Group
Graduate Summer Associate Program - Personal Insurance
GW Position ID: 796624

Calibre Systems
Logistics Analyst
GW Position ID: 796688

 

Aspire to Lead: The PwC Women's Leadership Series 

With special guest speaker, Sheryl Sandberg

PwC is delivering their first-ever global forum focussed on women and leadership to students around the world. The event is part of 'Aspire to Lead: The PwC Women's Leadership Series', which will focus on how female students navigate the transition from campus to career.

Date: April 24 2014
Time: 9:30am PDT / 4:30pm GMT
Duration: One hour

Webcast: Click here to register for the live webcast and you'll be emailed the link to attend nearer the time, or you can use this link to watch the event in real-time or playback.

Careers in Global Health Webinar: A Conversation with SPH Alumni

Hosted by the Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University

How much international experience do you need to get a job doing field work? What skills are in highest demand for global health-related jobs? How do you go about looking for an international practicum? In this webinar Milken Institute School of Public Health alumni will discuss their careers in global health.

Wednesday, April 16
12:00pm - 1:00pm (EDT)

Click Here to register!

 

 

Women as Leaders and Agents of Change:

A Panel Discussion on Women in Public Affairs

RSVP here.
Location: 1957 E St. NW, Room 113
Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Women in Public Affairs at GW (WIPA) is hosting a panel discussion on women as influencers and agents of change within the public affairs field. A panel of inspiring women leaders working in various industries will discuss the importance of women in public affairs, specific barriers to advancement and strategies for success in a highly competitive and growing field. After the discussion and a brief Q&A session, join fellow attendees and panelists for a networking reception with light refreshments. The event is free and open to the GW community.
CLICK HERE to learn more!

GWSB Student-Alumni Career Chats: Entrepreneurship

Date: April 22, 2014

Are you a current student seeking resume and networking advice from someone working as an entrepreneur? Do you want to prepare for upcoming interviews and make connections with alumni?

During this hour-long online networking event, current students will be paired with alumni for several text-based chats, providing students with the opportunity to build their GW network and enabling alumni to share their experiences and serve as a volunteer for the student community.

CLICK HERE to register!

 

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Upcoming Information Session!

Piedmont Fund Services Information Session
Wednesday, April 16th
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Duques Hall Undergraduate Lounge, Room 453

Join us for an informational session at GWU School of Business to learn more about a career opportunity in the hedge fund and private equity fund administration space. Since 2009, after the major Madoff scandal rocked the core foundation of investment management industry, the fund administration services emerged as an important mandate for many investors looking to invest in the alternative investment products such as hedge fund and private equity. Come learn why you should consider a career opportunity in this field.

RSVP: GWorkSB > Events > Information Sessions

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It's On-Campus Recruiting season and we want to help you get started! To participate in OCR, all students are required to participate in an online GWSB OCR Orientation. Click the link to review the GWSB OCR Orientation and get started. To learn more about the OCR program please visit our website at F. David Fowler Career Center.

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