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Department of Homeland Security Secretary’s Honors Program

Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative

Overview

The Secretary’s Honors Program (SHP) Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative (CSVI) provides students pursuing cybersecurity-related degrees with an opportunity to work with top Department of Homeland Security (DHS) cybersecurity professionals, while learning about the unique cybersecurity missions of the department. By offering temporary, hands-on experience to current students, DHS hopes to make a meaningful impact on the education of the Nation’s next generation of cybersecurity talent.

Why Become a Student Volunteer?

As a Cyber Student Volunteer, you will be able to:

• Explore exciting cybersecurity career opportunities, including those available in public service

• Apply concepts, protocols, and tools acquired through coursework by assisting cyber experts in the real world

• Build technical experience in key areas such as digital forensics, network diagnostics and incident response

• Network with cybersecurity professionals through mentoring and professional development events from cyber threats

Student Volunteer Assignments

• More than 40 DHS office locations across the Nation

• 12-16 week assignments (May–September) with a possibility of extension

• Flexible start dates and schedules

• Possibility to receive course credit from your institution

• Professional development events with cybersecurity and human capital experts

Participating DHS Components

• Immigration and Customs Enforcement

• Office of Intelligence and Analysis

• Office of the Chief Information Officer

• Office of Policy/Cyber, Infrastructure and Resilience Policy

• National Protection and Programs Directorate

• Transportation Security Administration

• U.S. Coast Guard

• U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Examples of Student Volunteer Activities

• Assisting with hardware and software updates to forensic systems

• Assisting with network monitoring and incident response

• Observing computer forensics analyses and their use in investigations

• Assisting with evidence intake, processing and analysis

• Producing or developing unclassified documents that describe and analyze cyber threats

• Researching cybersecurity tools and techniques

• Researching the impacts of cyber incidents on critical infrastructure

Eligibility Requirements

• U.S. citizenship

• Current enrollment at least part-time in 2- or 4-year college or university

• Seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree in 1) science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM); 2) cybersecurity-related studies; or 3) an alternative field but possess an interest in possible future work in cybersecurity

• Grade Point Average 3.0 on a 4.0-point scale

• Ability to successfully complete a background investigation

How to Apply

• Applications are being accepted via USAJOBS https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/425296700.

• For more information, contact the DHS CyberSkills Management Support Initiative (CMSI) at CMSI@hq.dhs.gov

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Are you looking for a new and exciting career in banking? KeyBank is a top financial employer in the area and we are currently looking for talented candidates to join our teams across the region. We are hosting an Open House Event where you will be able to speak with KeyBank team members about the exciting opportunities in our branches.

To attend this event, please complete the pre-registration application by clicking on the link in this message. A reminder email will also be sent to you prior to the event date. We look forward to meeting you April 14th!!!

Thursday, April 14th from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

KeyBank Center @ Tiedeman Road

4910 Tiedeman Road Brooklyn, OH 44144

Available Market Branch Level Roles

Part Time Teller / Part Time Float Teller / Seasonal Teller / Lead Teller / Personal Banker / Licensed Relationship Manager / Branch Manager

Benefits of Attending

Gain first-hand information about KeyBank’s company, culture and available job opportunities

Share your resume and express interest in open positions

Meet with Hiring Managers to discuss opportunities at Key

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The Community College Internship (CCI) program seeks to encourage community college students to enter technical careers relevant to the DOE mission by providing technical training experiences at the DOE laboratories. Selected students participate as interns appointed at one of 15 participating DOE laboratories. They work on technologies or instrumentation projects or major research facilities supporting DOE’s mission, under the guidance of laboratory staff scientists or engineers.

The CCI program is sponsored and managed by the DOE Office of Science’s Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) in collaboration with the DOE laboratories.

Applications for the CCI program are solicited annually for three separate internship terms. Internship appointments are 10 weeks in duration for the Summer (May through August), Fall (August through December), and Spring (January through May) Terms. In the Fall and Spring Terms, there is an option for a “flex-schedule” where the equivalent of 400 hours spent onsite at a host lab can be spread over a 16 week duration term. This option is available at the discretion of host labs. Under a flex-schedule, weekly stipends are based on a 40 hours/week payment, prorated accordingly, with any housing allowance being based upon a 10-week duration appointment. Each DOE laboratory/facility offers different research opportunities; not all DOE laboratories/facilities offer internships during the Fall and Spring Terms

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USDN Building Diversity Fellowship with the City of Cleveland

This is a living wage paid fellowship with the Office of Sustainability for 12 weeks this summer. This fellowship is designed to help diversity the pipeline of local government sustainability.

The Global Philanthropy Partnership (GPP) and the Urban Sustainability Directors Network

USDN are pleased to offer summer 2016 fellowship opportunities with seven local governments. Fellows will receive valuable learning experience while helping local

governments to advance their sustainability and inclusion goals.

2016 fellowships will be offered in the City of Cleveland.

Highlights of all fellowships include:

~ A living wage ($15 USD per hour or more)

~ The experience of full-time employment over the summer (12 weeks)

~ The experience of working in a local government office

~ The experience of working with diverse communities and advancing a community’s

~ sustainability and social equity goals

~ Mentorship and participation in a national cohort of fellows through USDN,including access to network discussions, peer learning calls with other fellows and

experts, and mentorship from sustainability professionals in other communities.

More information on the Urban Sustainability Directors Network is available at USDN.org.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through April 30, 2016.

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Welcome to our new online job posting and resume database system.

Once registered, you can search for jobs at any time from any computer.

If you want employers to consider you when they are searching for candidates, you must upload a resume.

Review the Resume Authorizations carefully and select the option that is appropriate for you. You may change your Authorization at any time.

Contact The Career Centers office if you have questions.

Please remember to UPLOAD your approved resume to College Central Network so employers can search for you.

If you have not participated in the Resumes That Get Results workshop, please see available dates, times and campus locations to register. After completing the workshop and once you have a DRAFT of your resume, call The Career Centers to schedule a Coaching Appointment to review your resume.

Learning to working...working to earning!

Attention BADM, IT, Engineering, Restraunt/Hospitality, and

Visual Communication/Creative Arts students....You may qualify for a paid Co-op and gain valuable hands-on work experience in your field.

Qualifications:

Min. 2.75 GPA

currently enrolled students

Min. 12 credit hours & 2 classes towards your major

Please stop into The Career Center for an Application of Interest and brochure further explaining the program.

The Workforce and Economic Development Division of Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) is supporting job seekers interested in information about training and placement in high-demand jobs (no cost training may be available) through an ongoing series of information sessions.

Cuyahoga Community College job training programs have been developed in conjunction with industry professionals, indicating our graduates can immediately enter the workforce and begin participating today in tomorrow’s economic growth. Training can be completed in days or weeks. These programs and others will be highlighted at the job training information sessions.

High Demand Job Categories

• Advanced manufacturing

• Health care

• Construction

• Information technology

• Logistics

• Private security

• Truck driving

Information sessions are held the first and third Tuesday of

the month and startpromptly at 5 p.m. and conclude at 7 p.m.

Food and beverages provided.

Registration:

Send an e-mail to joblink@tri-c.edu.

Advance registration requested.

Location:

Unified Technologies Center

2415 Woodland Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115

216-987-4391

Meet face-to-face with area employers who have openings right now!

The Professional & Diversity Job Fair of Cleveland

Thursday, May 26, 2016

10:00AM - 1:00PM

Embassy Suites by Hilton - Cleveland Beachwood

3775 Park East Drive

Beachwood, OH 44122

Free to Attend!

All job seekers are welcome to attend regardless of

background, race, ethnicity or gender.

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Positions in the following areas are typically available:

Sales, Customer Service, Call Center, Management, General Business, Marketing, Retail, Administrative, Insurance, Banking, Engineering, Accounting, Finance, Education, Law Enforcement, Government, Military, Hospitality, Human Resources, Technicians, Telemarketing, Healthcare, IT and more.

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It’s not too late for your students to spend their fall semester in Washington, DC through the Capital Semester program.

Please pass the announcement below to students who may be interested in gaining professional experience while earning 12 academic credits.

Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies, in partnership with George Mason University, Capital Semester is an academic internship program that offers undergraduate students a first-hand look at international affairs and public policy through:

•A guaranteed internship in foreign affairs or public policy

•A full time course load in international economics and government

•Exclusive lectures, briefings and professional development seminars

•Housing just steps from the Supreme Court and Capitol building

The Presidential campaign of 2016 makes this fall a particularly exciting time for students to come to Washington, DC.

Please visit www.DCinternships.org/CS for more information on the program. Thank you for your time and consideration. I may be reached at Semester@tfas.org or 202.986.0384 with any questions.

Sincerely,

Matthew Phister

Coordinator, Capital Semester

The Fund for American Studies

www.DCinternships.org/CS

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Capital Semester – Fall 2016

www.DCinternships.org/CS

Final Deadline: June 1, 2016

**Generous Scholarship Funding Still Available**

Areas of Focus Available:

•International Affairs and Public Policy

•Leadership and the American Presidency

Have a front row seat to History – It’s not too late to spend you fall semester in Washington, DC

The eyes of the world will be on Washington, DC this fall. Imagine being in DC during election night this November! The selection of a new President, the fight for the future of the Supreme Court, battles on Capitol Hill, make this fall a unique and historic time to be in our nation’s capital. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to be in the heart of the action! Your future can begin here in Washington, DC this fall.

Program Components

•International Relations Internship: Intern 30-35 hours a week at a think tank, NGO, or government agency and gain insight and practical experience in foreign policy and international affairs career tracks. Issue areas that you could be working on this fall include:

oPublic diplomacy between U.S. & Muslim countries

oReducing poverty in Africa through economic development

oSyrian relief operations

oCombating human trafficking

oFinancial development and monetary aid in Asian countries

oGlobal climate change and renewable energy

oThe rise of international terrorism

oIntegrated strategies for national security threats

oHuman rights advocacy

oDemocracy building and conflict resolution in the Middle East

oRussian expansion in Eastern Europe

oFree-trade agreements with BRIC countries

oOr many other exciting options in humanitarian relief, aid and development, international trade and commerce, global health and education, defense and national security or peace building and conflict resolution, history and public policy

•International Economics and Government Coursework: Combine theory and practice and take courses on international economics and government for 12 transferable credit hours from George Mason University.

•Exclusive Lectures and Site Briefings: Engage in debate and discussion on salient issues in foreign policy and international affairs with prominent scholar-practitioners, and attend exclusive briefings at key Washington institutions including the State Department, World Bank and foreign embassies.

•Small Group Networking: Meet with seasoned practitioners including CIA Analysts, Foreign Service Officers, USAID Agents, Peace Corps Volunteers, UN Aid Workers, and various other foreign policy professionals to learn about career paths in international affairs.

•Mentor Program: Connect with a seasoned practitioner in your field of interest who will serve as a professional mentor during and after the program. He or she will provide tips for living in Washington as well as career advice and networking contacts.

•Housing: Students will live in furnished apartments in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC and are matched with other Institute participants as roommates. The apartments are located steps from the Capitol building, Supreme Court and Library of Congress, and provide easy access to the DC metro transportation system.

What Our Alumni Are Saying

“If you have even the slightest interest in living in DC, definitely send that application in! You benefit on all fronts from the program - academically, personally and professionally. It's such a great compliment to your college experience; you spend so much time figuring out what your interests are and being exposed to new ideas and people. This program provides you with an incredible ability to expand and grow.”

Breanna Santella, Emmanuel College

Internship: Women in Government

“CS is more than the classes or internship: you live with a great group of interesting, fun, and politically engaged fellow students, you take trips to both the historic Mount Vernon and the fast-paced media organization Politico, you get to see what it's like to live and work in our nation's capital, Washington, D.C. Once there, the experience is what you make of it: don't be afraid to reach out and ask questions! Chances are, they've been an intern too, and are more than willing to grab a cup of coffee.”

Kara Morgan, Northeastern University

Internship: Environmental Protection Agency: Office of Environmental Education

“The CS experience was a defining moment in my life so far. If you don't know what you want to do, or aren't exactly sure where you want to end up, this experience in DC will help do away with any doubts and make it clearer about where you should be.”

Dan Rockey, Texas A&M University

Internship: House of Representatives, Committee on Science, Space & Technology

Application Instructions + Scholarship Information

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the final deadline of June 1. Please visit www.DCinternships.org for more information and to begin an online application. Questions may be directed to Matt Phister at Semester@tfas.org or 202.986.0384.

Generous partial scholarships are available to students based on financial need and merit. More than 70% of students receive scholarship funding and over $1 million in scholarship funding is awarded annually.

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