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University Career Services offers students opportunities to interview with employers during a planned campus visit or to participate in information sessions conducted on campus throughout the year. Watch for special event announcements, which get posted to your BucLink profile account, about upcoming career events and more.


AppCAA is recruiting for a VISTA member to work throughout the Lenowisco community on the opioid crisis. VISTA is a national service program through AmeriCorps and the Center for National and Community Service. More information on the VISTA program -requirements, living stipend, benefits, etc.- can be found at From that website:

This is an opportunity to spend one year serving full-time to make a difference here at home. Whether in your hometown or across the country, this is a unique chance to improve your life and the lives of others. AmeriCorps VISTA is about helping all individuals reach their fullest potential. VISTA is designed to build the capacity of an organization and enhance its ability to serve the community. As a result, VISTA impacts both the person serving as well as the individuals served. From Alaska to Puerto Rico, AmeriCorps VISTA members are building communities while building their careers.

The position is open until filled- those interested should apply ASAP.

The VISTA will work with community coalitions in Lee, Scott and Wise Counties, the city of Norton, and regional groups to support them in their battle against the local opioid crisis. The VISTA will also work with the Lenowisco Health District to support a CDC funded harm reduction grant.

It is imperative that the person selected for this position be comfortable working with a range of people from active drug users to community and religious leaders. The applicant will work out of AppCAA's Gate City office. They will have to be able to drive to attend meetings throughout the region using a company vehicle and/or their own vehicle (with mileage reimbursed).

This position provides the opportunity for someone to work with (and develop connections with) most of the community/social service/public+mental health/nonprofit organizations in our region. If someone has specific skills, such as grant writing, they are looking to develop AppCAA is open to adding that to the job description.

The direct link to the posting is

Please distribute this email to as many people as you can, we want to get the word out.

If someone wants more information, they should contact Stuart Burrill at 276-452-2441

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Bradford Woods is Indiana University's Outdoor Center (housed within the School of Public Health under the Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies Department) and supported by the Riley Children’s Foundation and Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

Bradford Woods operates 10 weeks of summer camp for people with disabilities and chronic illnesses including campers with cancer, sickle cell anemia, cerebral palsy, craniofacial anomalies, muscular dystrophy, autism, various physical disabilities, rare genetic disorders, and Down syndrome.

We hire a staff of 80+ individuals and are currently recruiting for the summer of 2018. Bradford Woods has proven to be an excellent opportunity for students in the field of Nursing because of the holistic, therapeutic mindset and practices applied to all we do. Your students will be provided extensive hands-on nursing experience on a daily basis. Bradford Woods has also served as a practicum/field-work site for many students. We welcome the opportunity to examine this type of partnership with the professors and students within your department.

It is my desire to build a strong relationship with nursing programs from around the country. Therefore, it is my hope that you will encourage your students to apply for various positions at Bradford Woods including Cabin Head and Cabin Counselor positions for 2018. It is our goal to fill most of our Summer Camp positions with people who see the need for and the importance of intentional holistic, therapeutic activities. This opportunity will not only help students grow as an individual, but it will also help them develop their professional philosophy and style while working with numerous populations of campers in a high energy camp setting!

Attached to this email you will find a PowerPoint slide, and our recruitment flyer. Please feel free to add our slide to one of your lectures and to pass out our flyer.

Please read and share the information in this e-mail and the attachments with students, other faculty and anyone you feel would appreciate this opportunity. If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail or call me personally at or 765-349-5135 x 5214. Please encourage your students to visit our website at

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400+ Summer Jobs!

Coed sleep-away camp this summer

Where? Pennisylvania-in the beautiful Pocono Mountains at Camp Lohikan, Lake Greeley Camp, & Camp Cayuga

Pay: the best salary in the camping field, plus tips ($300 to 1400 last summer)

2 1/2 hours from NYC

Room, board, and laundry provided free

Ample nights off for socialization with other staff recruited from all over the U.S. and Europe

Out standing facilities, including pools, lakes, stables, sports fields, arts centers, circus & flying trapeze centers, archery & rifle range, etc. See web site for more information.

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Crown Laboratories, here in Johnson City, Tennessee is looking for graduates and possibly interns to be ready to work when graduated.

Here at Crown Laboratories in Johnson City, Tennessee, we make topical creams, lotions and ointments as cosmetics or drug products. You may better know us for our Blue Lizard Sunscreen.

I am trying to find near-graduation students or alumni to help fill open positions and I am hoping you can help me or get this information onto persons who can assist.

Attached is a job description for the needed Computer Systems Validation Engineer. Someone who understands computer systems, databases and computerized equipment and can generate a report –tell the story of the system, will do well with the needed activities.

I would love to talk with you or your team members in finding these needed individuals.

This position is listed on our Crown Laboratories website and through

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In an effort to provide students from across middle and east Tennessee with access to the various law schools in the area, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville will be hosting a Law School Showcase on Monday, February 26 starting at 4pm. This event will be taking place in Strong Hall on the University of Tennessee’s Knoxville campus. Strong Hall is located at 1621 West Cumberland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37916.

This event will be open to anyone interested in learning more about how to pursue law school.

Those interested in attending will be able to park in the Vol Hall parking garage located at 1545 White Ave. Knoxville, TN 37916. This garage has public parking available at $1.00 for every half-hour (with a maximum of $10.60). The garage is approximately a 2-3 minute walk from Strong Hall along White Avenue. There is street parking in the area but finding spots can be difficult and would of course be at the drivers own risk.

Interested persons may stop by the central office to submit an application. Applications may be obtained at the web site or by calling Mrs. Carolyn Dillow at 276-935-4551. Office hours are 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.

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International Paper has an open position:

Production Supervisor

Murfreesboro Container

International Paper Job Requisition Number: 624308

To apply, follow the link in the description!

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Applications Open

We are pleased to announce an exclusive program focused on identifying, mentoring and hiring top diverse talent across the firm.

We are soliciting applications for our 2018 Early ID Programs open to undergraduate sophomores. Successful candidates will have an opportunity for an accelerated interview at Citi. The 5 week program will include mentorship, technical training and workshops.

The Early ID Leadership Programs include:

• Black Heritage

• Hispanic Heritage

• Women

• Pride

• Veterans

Upon applying for the programs above, candidates will be able to select up to “3 tracks” aligned to businesses that will be hosting EID candidates.

EID Program Tracks include:

Institutional Clients Group:

• Capital Markets Origination

• Treasury & Trade Solutions

• Corporate Banking

• Investment Banking

• Private Bank

• Markets & Securities Services: Markets

• Markets & Securities Services: Quantitative Analysis

• Markets & Securities Services: Citi Research


• Citi Cards

• Commercial Bank

Global Functions

• Finance

• Human Resources

• Internal Audit

• Technology

Please feel free to distribute the below to eligible students you may know. The application deadline for the program is March 16, 2018.

Application Links:






For questions, contact

We at Duke Summer Session are still accepting applications from exceptional college students who want to spend their summer investing in the lives and educations of others. Please share this email with your students so that they can learn about the enriching residential, administrative, and instructional paid internship opportunities we are offering this summer. If your students are interested in applying, direct them to our online application.

Welcome to the Duke Summer Session Internship Application! We are very glad that you have chosen to apply for an internship with us. You will have the opportunity to upload your resume and cover letter, provide us with information that will help us evaluate your application, brainstorm possible activities you will lead throughout the summer, and let us know the ways in which we can best assist you in your professional development. As you will be unable to save your progress on this application if you close your browser, we ask that you allot a sufficient amount of time (approximately 30 minutes) to complete it.

If you have any questions or issues with the application, please contact either:

Josh Gaghan - or (919) 684-5411


Josiah Hunter - or (919) 684-3148

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The Intelligence Community (IC) Postdoctoral Research Program is accepting applications through March 12, 2018. The Program supports postdocs to conduct research at universities, colleges, and U.S. government laboratories throughout the United States.

Recent Ph.D. graduates or doctoral students who will soon complete their degrees are encouraged to apply. The fellowships offer a very competitive annual stipend and an annual travel allowance for the Postdoc, as well as a stipend and travel allowance to the host institution. We appreciate any assistance in helping us identify competitive candidates for these prestigious fellowships.

Award Details:

• ?Annual stipends range from $75,000 to $79,000, depending on research location.

• ?Annual travel budget of up to $6,000

• ?Appointments for two years, and option to extend for a third year

• ?Host institutions receive an annual laboratory budget of up to $5,000.

• ?Research advisors receive a $10,000 stipend and an annual travel budget of up to $2,000.

Postdoc Eligibility: U.S. citizenship required; Ph.D. received within five years of the application deadline

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Ripley PR, Maryville, TN

is looking to hire ETSU alums

majoring in journalism or PR.

Please see their web site for positions available now!

Contact person: Joel Davis (ETSU, '96)

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The Philadelphia Department of Public Health is now accepting applications for its third class of Urban Health Policy Fellows. This two-year paid fellowship is designed specifically for those with baccalaureate degrees in public health. During the program, Urban Health Policy Fellows work directly with senior leaders of one of the nation’s most innovative health departments on high priority projects, while receiving on-the-job training in public health policy development. The next class of the fellowship will begin in early July 2018, and continue through June 2020.

The attached announcement provides additional details about the program, including eligibility information and instructions on how to apply. The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, March 9, 2018.

Interested applicants are encouraged to join us for a live webinar on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 1pm. Those interested in participating can email

The Urban Health Policy Fellowship

Urban Health Policy Fellows will work on priority health issues that the City is facing. Examples include opioid addiction and overdose, smoking, obesity, HIV, lead poisoning, childhood asthma, and innovative use of electronic health record data. Fellows will work on teams addressing issues such as these, and will be assigned specific projects that help the agency understand the problem, engage with stakeholders, develop policy solutions, recruit support for interventions, and/or implement policies.

To ensure that the experience is broad, Fellows will rotate among different Divisions in the health department over the two-year program. In addition, Fellows will learn about the entire agency by attending management meetings and participating in small-group sessions with internal and external public health experts. The Fellows will also benefit from the mentorship of Urban Health Policy Fellows who are in their second year of fellowship.

The Application Process

Eligibility and Application Materials

You are eligible to apply if you have graduated in the last two years (or before July 1, 2018) from a

college or university in the United States with a baccalaureate degree and a major in public health, global

health, or community health. To apply, electronically submit:

? A cover letter describing why you are interested in the fellowship;

? A resume that summarizes your educational experience, your work experience, and your skills

with data analysis;

? A 3-5 page sample of your writing (for example, a paper that you wrote for a class assignment or

an article that you wrote for a school publication);

? An undergraduate transcript (unofficial is fine); and,

? The names and contact information for two persons who can serve as references, one of whom is

a faculty member and one of whom served as a supervisor for a work or internship experience.

The deadline for the application is Friday, March 9, 2018; applications should be sent to Please note that we expect to hire two Fellows in total.

Want to Learn More?

We will host a live webinar with current Fellows and the application coordinator on Wednesday,

February 21 at 1 pm. Please join us then to learn more about the fellowship and the application

process. If you plan to participate, please let us know by emailing so that we can

share details on how to join the webinar.

Real Estate Finance Online Job Fair Details:

• Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

• Time: 3:00 – 6:00 pm ET

• URL to register:

To build awareness about our industry, we have created an online course that is free for college students of all levels and backgrounds: Introduction to Residential Mortgage Banking.

Our next course will be held from February 6 – 20, 2018 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 PM- 5:00 PM ET. All sessions are recorded, so it’s easy for students to take the course at their own pace.

Interested students can reach out to me directly to register.

Connect with top employers who are hiring for entry-level jobs!

Free registration for college students and other job seekers.

Mortgage Banking Bound's Virtual Career Fair directly connects you with hiring employers, all from the comfort of your cell phone, tablet, or laptop.

The real estate finance industry is a $10+ trillion industry (and growing), and employs 340,000+ professionals. There is a place for everyone in the real estate finance industry!

As a Career Fair participant, you will:

Meet mortgage banking employers looking to fill entry-level positions in the Southeast region

Make new connections and broaden your network

Explore career opportunities available to you

Interview for jobs with starting salaries as high as $60,000

When you join, you will have access to employer information and the list of opportunities. Choose which companies you want to speak with, and you'll be connected with a recruiter. It's that easy!

Be sure to have your resume uploaded and questions ready. This is a great networking and professional growth opportunity.

Partipating employers will be recruiting for positions located in the Southeast, including these states:








North Carolina

South Carolina



Want to know more about what to expect? See the results from our October 2017 event.

Find a career path that best suits your interests and strengths. Get started!

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We are interested in hiring intern and full-time hires from the ETSU Real Estate Graduate program for our Realty Trust Group (RTG) branch in Johnson City.

More information about RTG can be found at

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Thursday, March 1, 2018

9 am to 12 noon

Millennium Centre

This fair is an excellent, unique opportunity to meet social workers, learn about area social services, connect with agencies, recruit field students, discover volunteer opportunities, and for agencies to recruit interns and future employees.

Over 30 regional agencies will be represented!

Sponsored by the ETSU Dept of Social Work

East Tennessee State University

TDOT is currently accepting applications for student interns to begin working in June 2018!

Our design division has a unique need for someone who is studying cartography or photogrammetry!

Additional information as well as a link to the online application can be found at the provided link!

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Are you interested in teaching for the 2018-2019 school year? Cabarrus County Schools, located just outside of Charlotte, wants to meet you! The Cabarrus County Schools Teacher Fair will be held April 27, 2018 from 9:00am-12:00pm at the Speedway Club (5555 Concord Pkwy S. Concord, NC 28027). Candidates will have an opportunity to meet representatives from all 40 schools in the district. Please see the attached flier for details and visit to register. Please bring transcripts, resume copies and teaching license (if applicable). Please contact Human Resources at 704-262-6229 if you have any questions. We look forward to meeting you!


9 AM - 12 NOON

APRIL 27, 2018



Interested in being a teacher for Cabarrus County Schools?

We want to meet you!

What to expect: Drop in and meet representatives from 40 schools

What to bring: Transcripts, resume copies, and teaching license (if applicable)


Visit to register!

Jlaf Cabarrus

Engaging minds. Shaping futures.



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Duke Summer Session Internships

Duke Summer Session is now hiring paid interns

for its 2018 summer programs.

See below for just a few of the internships available this summer:

Resident Assistant (July 1 - August 3)

Teaching Associate ( July 13 - August 3)

Program Assistant (May 12 - August 12)

Office Assistant (June 24 - August 4)

Writing Tutor (July 13 - August 3)

Assistant Academic Coordinator (June 24 - August 4)

For more information and full intership descriptions email us:

Or visit

2018 International Health Expeditions Schedule:

Himalayan Health Exchange will organize the following medical/dental camps in the remote Trans- Himalayan regions of north India and Indo-Tibetan Borderlands in 2018. Participation is open to physicians/ residents, nurses & medical and nursing students. Faculty members are welcome to join any expedition. Each camp is designed to provide care to approximately 1,500 underserved patients and an opportunity for international health exposure to participants. Student and resident participation is limited to 30 on each trip.

Note: Participants are responsible for arranging their own funding to meet expedition costs and must be willing to put in a minimum of 6-8 hours of clinical work, each day, for the duration of each clinical period

Outer Himalayas (Winter Camp): Medical/Dental camp in the north Indian State of Himachal Pradesh

February 1-February 25, 2018

Dharamsala: A 4-week medical expedition to Dharamsala (north India), home to The 14th Dalai Lama and Tibetans in Exile.

April 1-April 28, 2018

Pangi Valley: Medical and Dental trek through the remote Pangi Valley.

June 7June 27, 2018

Medical & Anthropology: A 3-week clinical and cultural anthropology field expedition to the Trans Himalayan region of Indo-Tibetan Borderlands

June 25- July 15, 2018

Spiti, Indo -Tibetan Borderland: Ancient Tibetan kingdom of Guge along Indo-Tibetan Borderlands.

July 10 July 31, 2018

Kargiakh: High-altitude medical/dental trek to a remote Trans-Himalayan tribal village located in southern Zanskar.

August 1-August 27, 2018

Tibetan Settlements : Medical/dental trek to the Tibetan refugee settlements and villages of North Indian Himalayas.

October 1October 26, 2018


Outer Himalayas (Winter Camp): Medical/Dental camp in the north Indian State of Himachal Pradesh

February 1-February 25, 2019.

Dharamsala: A 4-week medical expedition to Dharamsala (north India), home to The 14th Dalai Lama and Tibetans in Exile.

April 1-April 28, 2019

For details contact Ravi Singh at...



Phone: (404) 929-9399


Denton Shanks DO MPH

The University of Kansas Medical Center

Assistant Professor & Family Physician | Department of Family Medicine


Enterprise has a Management Trainee Summer Internship available!

Enterprise is repeatedly named one of the top 50 companies to launch your career. At every level and in every department, Enterprise is a company that succeeds. And much of that success is due to our outstanding people. If you’re looking for success of your own, Enterprise is the place to GO. You bring the skills and the passion. We’ll make sure you have the tools to succeed. This is where you’ll run a business, lead a team, have fun and prepare for just about anything.

Our Internships play an integral role in the success of Enterprise and are a comprehensive introduction to our Management Training Program. For a college student, real-world professional business experience can put you above the rest when you enter the job market.

For more information, follow the link provided in this announcement!

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The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), a component of the Executive Office of the President (EOP), is currently accepting applications for internship positions for the 2018 Spring, Summer, and Fall terms. Would appreciate if you disseminate this widely and/or post this in your job bulletin system. Description below. Thank you and please don’t hesitate to call me if you have any questions.

Katherine Smith

Special Assistant

White House Council on Environmental Quality

(202) 456-3620


CEQ 2018 Internship - Direct Apply

Job Description

CEQ Internship Opportunity: The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) is currently accepting applications for the 2018 year. CEQ oversees implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and assists in the development of national environmental policies. CEQ interns are typically given a wide range of assignments including conducting research, managing incoming inquiries, attending meetings, and tracking Federal agency projects and actions involving environmental and infrastructure issues, as well as administrative duties as needed. Interns will work closely with staff from across CEQ.

Job Requirements

Requirements: CEQ seeks undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates who are highly motivated, willing to contribute where needed, and able to exercise professional judgment. In addition, applicants must be U.S. Citizens. There are no curricular requirements for selection; however, CEQ prefers applicants whose coursework or work experience demonstrates an interest in environment, energy, or natural resources issues. CEQ gives preference to applicants who are available to work full-time but also will consider applicants who are seeking a part-time position. Most interns work a typical semester-based schedule, but a position may be customized based on the applicant’s availability and project needs. CEQ will work with students who seek school credit for their uncompensated, volunteer service to CEQ.

Note: The White House has a zero-tolerance policy for drug use. You will be required to take a drug test prior to beginning your internship. Failure to pass the drug test will result in your immediate disqualification.


Prepare the materials in the checklist below and combine them into a single PDF file addressed to the CEQ Special Assistant, Katherine Smith. Name the PDF file following our convention: Last Name, First Name – 2018 Spring Internship Application Date Submitted; e.g., “Smith, Jane – 2018 Spring Internship Application 11-01-17.” E-mail the PDF file to, indicating in the e-mail subject line that you are applying for a Spring Internship; e.g., “Spring 2018 Internship Application.” CEQ will contact selected applicants to interview. Should you need to hear from CEQ sooner, please advise us of this fact by e-mailing or calling the CEQ mainline at (202) 395-5750 and asking for Katherine Smith.

Document Requirements

1. Application form (see below)

2. Short Essay (see below)

3. Resume (1 page maximum)

The application form can be downloaded here:

Short Essay

Please attach a short essay (not to exceed 750 words) to your application that addresses all of the following questions. The best applications will incorporate answers to all three questions in one cohesive essay. Do not exceed the word limit.

1. Why are you applying to intern with the White House Council on Environmental Quality?

2. What do you hope to gain from a CEQ internship experience?

3. What aspects of your background make you uniquely prepared to work at CEQ?

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Quality. Value. Respect.

Crown Laboratories, Inc. is always looking for qualified individuals who share our passion and dedication to helping others achieve a better quality of life. We seek candidates who possess the personal and professional ability to perform in a rapid-growth, fast-paced environment. What makes Crown a unique place is a culture that inspires innovation, entrepreneurialism and ethical behavior. Each one of us plays an important role in making this company a great place to work.

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Careers at Eastman?

Be a Catalyst. Start something big at Eastman.

Eastman is a leading, global specialty company made up of people who make a difference in everyday life. We offer extensive possibilities for talented and innovative people to enjoy career paths filled with success and personal growth. Professionals in fields of engineering, business, information technology and chemistry are the core of our excellence.

People who work for Eastman can make a big difference in countless ways. That's because Eastman products and technologies make everyday products extraordinary. And Eastman employees create brighter futures through discovery, technology, collaboration, and innovation—regardless of title.

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