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The City of Memphis hosts a cohort of 24 AmeriCorps VISTA members in service to the City of Memphis and local non-profits. We are seeking a VISTA Leader, a former AmeriCorps VISTA member or leader who has completed at least one term of full time service and has displayed exceptional leadership skills, as well as passion for community service. Our VISTA Leader will work with a Coordinator to support nineteen (23) VISTA Members at eleven (14) sites serving on projects ranging from increasing post-secondary continuation rate of students at target inner-city high schools to in creasing access to health and fitness resources to building a civic culture of volunteerism. Our VISTA Leader will work closely with the City of Memphis VISTA Coordinator and VISTA members to ensure effective implementation of the poverty reduction initiatives our VISTA members will be assigned to perform. Our Leader will oversee data collection to be certain it is correct and done in a timely manner. A successful VISTA Leader must be a great communicator, dynamic trainer, and thoughtful advocate who seeks to ensure our VISTA Members get the most out of their year of service. This VISTA Leader assignment is an excellent opportunity for professional growth and to gain leadership and management experience.

The VISTA Leader will help the City of Memphis to expand a successful program going into its third year. The VISTA Leader will serve as trainer, coach, mentor, and ambassador to VISTA Members and liaison between Members and Supervisors. The Leader will assist with recruiting, training, and tracking progress of VISTA Members as well as aiding with supervisor reporting duties. The Leader will be charged with keep open and active communication between Members and Supervisors, monitoring the progress of Members’ assignments, and providing appropriate feedback.

Education award upon successful completion of service , Childcare assistance if eligible , Relocation Allowance , Training , Living Allowance , Health Coverage* , Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend .

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Course offerings in the 2016 Duke Law D.C. Summer Institute on Law and Policy focus on topics important to current and aspiring practitioners in fields that require mastery of constitutional, statutory, and regulatory law and policymaking. The two sessions this summer are July 11-21, 2016, and July 25-August 4, 2016. Each course is designed to provide an accessible introduction to the pertinent legal and policy subject matter. Those living and working in Washington who are potentially interested in attending law school, or who otherwise seek greater familiarity with the legal framework in a particular field, are especially encouraged to enroll.

In each two-week session, classes will be held Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings from either 5:45-7:15 p.m. or 7:30-9:00 p.m., at the Washington office of premier law firm Jones Day, located in the historic Acacia Building at 51 Louisiana Ave. NW, close to Metro's Red Line. Wednesday evenings are reserved for special programs, such as events over the last three summers with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Participants in either or both sessions are invited to attend all of the Wednesday night events.

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The Federal Bureau of Prisons is coordinating a HUGE hiring event in Montgomery, AL,

The primary focus is to hire staff in various positions at three of our federal correctional institutions located in Aliceville and Talladega, AL, as well as Yazoo City, MS, although we'll also be recruiting to fill vacancies at several institutions in the Southeast.

The Hiring Fest will include screening, testing and interviewing the applicants at the event. Many applicants who satisfactorily complete that process will be issued a conditional offer of employment and complete their physical and urinalysis onsite.

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Medical Professionals may email Traci Meany at SERO/

looking to hire students for part-time seasonal work. We have flexible hours with well above average pay. We also offer the opportunity for advancement and full-time work within the company for those that are interested and show hard work and dedication.

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Spend time in Portland, Maine and earn CLEs or law school credits for this three week intensive program

J.D students can register for courses in the institute by completing the registration form and sending it to

PAID Summer Internships for 2016 offered by ACT in a number of fields at their headquarters in Iowa City, IA. Current TRIO SSS and McNair participants and recent graduates are encouraged to apply. See for specific internship positions.

This semester we will offer your students:

The Zurich Enterprise Challenge March 2016 (for Master, MBA & PhD students)

The Credit Suisse HOLT Valuation Challenge April 2016 (open to all students)

The Current Affairs Competition all year (open to all students)

The Zurich Enterprise Challenge offers the top 20 teams the opportunity to work on real corporate cases with Zurich Insurance Group clients (last year included Ford, Nestlé and Novartis). The top teams will present their solutions at the exclusive Zurich Global Risk Management Summit in Cannes, France (Start: March 2016).

The Credit Suisse HOLT Valuation Challenge gives your students the chance to earn an interview for an internship with Credit Suisse HOLT in New York, Chicago or London by pitching a company valuation to banking experts. More than 10 internships or jobs have already been secured within Credit Suisse HOLT (Start: April 2016).

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Location: Based out of SEEA's main office in Atlanta Georgia

Compensation: $15 per hour/ no more than 15 hours per week.

How To Apply: All candidates may apply by sending a cover letter, resume and writing sample to Amy Dzura at with the subject line "Buildings Research and Data Analysis Intern"

The successful Scientific Application and Database Developers will provide support in scientific application development and programming for robust NCCT database research program. Job responsibilities include creating new applications and scripts, maintaining existing codes and scripts, creating reusable web components, participating in software development, conducting team code reviews, ect. The job is geared towards those who have a bachelors degree in bioinformatics, biology, chemistry, computational biology, computer science, informational science, math, physics, statistics or a related field. Applicants should have previous experience in programming or scripting language, and a working knowledge of web application development and relational database. this position is full-time, with a pay rate of $20.34 per hour. apply at

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The Phase 1 topic of the Zurich Enterprise Challenge has been published. Don't miss out on the opportunity to work with Fortune 500 companies!

To participate complete the registration process and enter your team to the challenge:

Compete to present at the Zurich Global Management Summit in Cannes, France

Select your team of 3-4 members.

Assign a team captain.

The team captain should send the request by clicking the right button "Register My Team" and filling out the e-mail.

Phase 1 submission deadline:

Sunday, May 8 (UTC-12)

Dear Graduate,

Congratulations! Your hard-earned degree is close at hand. It is an accomplishment you will be proud of for the rest of your life. In fact, we wanted to let you know that we are proud of you too!!

You are now ready to find a place where your education and work ethic will be appreciated, and where you'll find the training and business experience that allows you to meet your career goals. We want you to explore opportunities with us at Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc.

Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc. is the financial arm of Clayton and currently services a portfolio of 335,000 customers totaling $12.5 billion in loans. We offer challenging and rewarding career opportunities in retail sales, manufacturing, finance and insurance. Whatever your career direction is, Vanderbilt Mortgage is the place to build it!

What this all means to you is that Vanderbilt Mortgage is a company rich with opportunities to develop your skills and build a career. Earning potential is competitive, up to $35,000 a year with salary and bonuses, and that’s just the beginning. Achieve, grow and learn our business and earnings grow with you. It is a state of the act facility with an on-site fitness center, restaurant, basketball and volleyball courts as well as individualized wellness programs in addition to the largest Disc Golf course in the US.

Our Account Representative is our number one promoting position every year. So far this year, we have already promoted 36 team members! Account Representatives truly have an opportunity to change the lives of our customers by providing financial counseling and guidance.

If you have dreamed of a career with a company that encourages your contributions, values your input and supports your continued advancement, then visualize yourself at Clayton. Email our recruiters at with the subject line “May Grad” or visit our new and improved website at We want to hear from you, come see what we are all about!


Katheryn Dunlap

Katheryn Dunlap

Human Resources Recruiter

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About to graduate? looking for employment while you finish grad school? Have experience in a social services related field? Currently we are expanding our career opportunities in Morristown, TN.

youth Villages is one of the leading private providers of help to children with serious emotional and behavioral problems and their families. We offer an array of evidence-based programs, designed to help children in the least restrictive setting, preferably their own homes.

family intervention specialist - ( minimum of bachelors degree in social services field required)

Our intercept program serves a broad population of youth, including those involved with multiple child-serving systems and those at high risk of removal from their families. The program specializes in diverting youth from out of home placement by helping their families safely maintain youth in their home enviroment. This position is responsible for providing intensive home-based thearapy to families.

Now offering $1,500 sign-on payment and $4,000 relocation assistance! Ask us for details**

for a complete list of openings , or to apply now please visit

First shift workers needed for packing and receiving departments. Workers will verify products, count products, package products, and compare products to the paperwork.

if interested please call Express (423) 307-5555

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