On April 19, 2016 the United Nations will hold a Virtual Career Fair that will be accessible world-wide for 24 hours (8:00 AM Bangkok time, until 8:00 PM New York time).
The participating organizations are:
- United Nations Secretariat (UN)
- United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN-Women)
- United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
- United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
- United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)
- United Nations Volunteers (UNV)
To participate in the Virtual Career Fair please visit http://careerfair.un.org/.
The Fair provides an opportunity to ask questions live to staff members of the United Nations.
Please be aware that the questions and the answers are visible to the public.
The International Policy Student Association (IPSA) will be hosting a “speed dating” event on Monday, November 30, from 6-7pm for undergraduate students interested in working abroad, or applying to fellowships in the international policy/business/economics field. There will be free foods as well!
IPSA is bringing in a number of current Ford MPP students who have worked in international development, diplomacy, education, and more. There will be time for undergraduate students to chat with each student about their experiences, as well as exchange contact information if they want to continue their conversation regarding applying to fellowships, resume review, and other existential life questions. This is a great opportunity to get one-on-one exposure with students with fascinating work experience.
RSVP form for speed dating (Space is limited, so RSVP soon!)
Below are brief bios of some of the MPPs who will be in attendance:
Trevis Harrold: Trevis Harrold graduated from the Eastern Michigan University with degrees in Economics and Political Science and a minor in International Business. He was awarded the Pickering Fellowship where he will continue on with his career as a Foreign Service Officer at the State Department.
Bradley Wintersteen: Brad graduated from Long Island University – Global College with a degree in Global Studies. His studies allowed him to live abroad while studying in India, South Africa, Germany, and the United States. After working for a year, Brad was awarded an AIF William J. Clinton Fellowship and worked for 10 months to develop the community outreach program for an education NGO in Bangalore, India.
Tarlie Townsend: Tarlie is interested in intersections of health, policy, and behavioral science. After earning a B.S. in neuroscience and a B.A. in Germanic Studies at Indiana University (2012), Tarlie began researching risk and uncertainty communication and its effects on decision making—first at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, and then as a Luce Scholar in Vietnam.
Michael Mansala: Born in Manila and raised in Minnesota, Michael Manansala was an Associate at DAI, where he supported the Food & Enterprise Development program in Liberia, USAID’s largest Feed the Future project in Africa. Michael also served as the Alumni Chapter Director for the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Program in DC.
Maha Arshad: Maha Arshad graduated from the Institute of Business Administration in Karachi, Pakistan with a Bachelors in Business Administration. She taught in public schools for two years as a Fellow for Teach For Pakistan and later headed a development portfolio for a Countering Violent Extremism program before starting her Masters at Ford school.
Kenny Fennell: Kenny Fennell graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He spent 19 months in Kabul, Afghanistan supporting the USAID Afghanistan Engineering Support Program and, upon returning home, was the Program Lead for the Engineers’ Without Borders Boston Professional Chapter’s Honduras Program.
Meizi Li: Meizi Li is in the Masters of Public Policy program at University of Michigan Ann Arbor. She has spent the last two years abroad in China teaching english to students between the ages of 5 and 14. Meizi is interested in Non-Profit management in foreign countries, especially Asian countries.
Ryan Etzcorm: Ryan Etzcorn is a dual degree student at the Ford School of Public Policy and the Liberthal-Roegel Center for Chinese Studies. Three years of international travel-work as an entertainer alongside domestic education work in public schools pointed him toward a focused interest in the internationalization of education policy.
Dear International Studies:
We invite you to join us for the University of Michigan’s Green Career Fair: The University’s second annual campus-wide environmental and sustainability career fair in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Last year the U-M Green Career Fair brought in 44 employers and 600+ students!
Employers will have a chance to meet with both graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Michigan from a wide variety of departments.
Please mark your calendars for Tuesday, January 19, 2016 (1-5pm)! We are especially interested in employers that are hiring for full-time jobs or internships and that consider both graduate (Master’s and potentially PhDs) and undergraduate students (Bachelor’s) when hiring.
TO LEARN MORE & REGISTER EARLY ONLINE (space is limited):
- IT’S FREE: No registration fees + Lunch for employers is included!
- Learn More by Clicking Here
- Register Online by Clicking Here
WHY CONSIDER ATTENDING?
- Recruit top innovative students (both graduate and undergraduate) from one of the nation’s top universities for environmental or sustainability focused internships or jobs.
- We do have a limited number of spots open for employers to participate virtually (preference will be given to out of state employers for virtual spots).
- Get more mileage out of your visit to the U-M campus by taking advantage of a second broader fair, the U-M Winter Career Expo (on either January 20 or 21).
ABOUT THE U-M GREEN CAREER FAIR SPONSORS:
- U-M School of Natural Resources and Environment is one of the top environmental graduate programs in the nation with 30-40% of our students doing dual degrees in business, engineering, economics, law, public policy, public health, urban planning.
- Our students have strong interdisciplinary team skills to help employers solve complex environmental challenges.
- Learn more about our degree programs and fields of study.
- Students for Clean Energy was founded in 2012. Its purpose is to raise awareness about and advocate for the usage of renewable energy on the University of Michigan campus.
PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY:
- REGISTER HERE (as space is limited)
POSTING JOBS/ INTERNSHIPS THAT YOU ARE RECRUITING FOR AT OUR JANUARY 19TH CAREER FAIR:
- Email them to: email@example.com
- Include in the subject line “UM GREEN CAREER FAIR POSTING”
- Posting should include: application deadline date (should be after January 19), job title, description, required skills, how to apply (required documents and where to send), contact person for job posting.
We hope you can make it! Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
P.S. Want to gain more brand recognition of your company with UM students? Consider becoming a corporate sponsor of the career fair for $500. Get a prime location at the fair with a larger booth space, your logo on our website and all advertising materials (posters, banners, etc.). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Spots are limited.
Lisa Yee-Litzenberg, Gus Steigmeyer, and Claire Poelking SNRE Career Services (email@example.com/ 734-764-6453),
Alex Kendig (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Kayla Piskorowski (email@example.com), (U-M) Students for Clean Energy
My name is Lisa Elder and I am a Class of 2013 PICS graduate. As a fellow Wolverine, I wanted to reach out to you regarding my company, Compass Professional Health Services. We will be on campus recruiting for Health Pro Analysts. You cannot pass up this opportunity to enhance your future and the future of others.
Like you, I have strolled the Diag, enjoyed the Michigan Quidditch team’s wins, and crammed into Big House for some great games. Compass loves Wolverines and wants graduates like you who want to make a difference. We seek those who will be the embodiment of Michigan’s values, and I know my undergraduate experience at UMich made me a great fit for Compass.
As a Health Pro Analyst, you will be the champion for simpler, smarter healthcare. You will help companies create sustainable savings while giving their employees the information they need to become better healthcare consumers. There is also a Spanish team where Spanish speakers will receive an increased salary! For a full position description, please see the attached handout.
We are hosting an information session on Tuesday, 11/17, and have open interview slots on Wednesday 11/18!
Info Session Details:
Location – Michigan Union Building, Room 2105 A
Date – Tuesday 11/17/2015
Time – 6-7PM
If you should have follow-up questions about the position, please reach out me directly or to firstname.lastname@example.org
We cannot wait to see you at the informational session, and hopefully for an interview!
No need for a selfie! We can help to bring a professional touch to your LinkedIn profile.
Visit The Career Center’s free photo booth this Friday:
Friday, October 30th
2:00 – 4:00pm
Michigan Union / Pond Room