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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)

designed to help Bristol employers connect with area job-seekers to fill available full-time, part-time, and seasonal positions. Representatives from dozens of Bristol, Tennessee employers will be in attendance seeking to fill well over 1,000 positions in a variety of industries including manufacturing, customer service, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, automotive sales and service, city government, food and beverage, retail, and more!

The event will take place on Thursday May 19, 2016 from 10:00a – 7:00p at the Bristol Motor Speedway South Entrance, 3005 Hwy 11 E (formerly Peerless Woodworking).

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 https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=ACT&career_ns=job_listing_summary&navBarLevel=JOB_SEARCH&_s.crb=8%2fhYcb4nz2V14TbRVLJvROnzUJw%3d for specific internship positions.

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 .

For More information or to apply go to:

https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=52898

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.

to register go to: evm.auxserv.duke.edu/Ungerboeck/emc00/PublicSignIn.aspx?OrgCode=10&EvtID=62838&CC=116022302970&SessionID=fa4fa3fg3fh3fb4fg0&DictSeq=570&Lang=*&AppCode=REG&CultureInfo=en-US

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

Federal Bureau of Prisons will be hosting a Hiring Fest at Alabama State Univeristy - Patterson Hall in Montgomery, AL on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 10-11 from 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. and on Thursday, May 12 from 11:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.

This will include screeing, testing, and interviewing applicants for both Corrections Officers and Medical positions with three Federal prisons. FCI Aliceville - FCC Yazoo City - FCI Talladega

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.

Visit www.bop.gov or Apply Online www.usajobs.gov

Medical Professionals may email Traci Meany at SERO/HealthSvcshiring@bop.gov

Join us for a free LSAT prep course Saturday, May 21st!

Tips and tricks for success from Appalachian School of Law Faculty.

Information about ASL and Scholarship Opportunities!

To register: Call us at 276-244-1203 or Email admissions@asl.edu

Online Streaming Available!

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

or apply online at www.expresspros.com

The Tennessee Republican Party announced new internship opportunities for students and recent graduates interested in gaining political and campaign experience in 2016–a presidential election year! Individuals who are accepted into the program can look forward to seeing how campaign organizations operate, how political strategy is crafted, and what it takes to elect Republican candidates statewide in Tennessee. Prospective candidates can submit their contact information and availability here: goo.gl/ofRkmr Most interns will work towards college credit, given this opportunity is unpaid, but that is not necessarily a requirement to be considered for the program. For more information, or if you have a question, contact Walker Ferrell at (615)269-4260 or walker@tngop.org.

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 lawregistrar@maine.edu

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.

Go to the website.

The Tennessee House of Representative District 18 campaign of Brandi Price, currently a solo-practitioner attorney, is seeking interns/volunteers. Duties and responsibilities are described below.

If you’re interested, send your resume to Ms. Brandi Price at votebrandiprice@gmail.com or Nan Scott at nan.votebrandprice@gmail.com with the subject line “Internship.”

Internship Job Description: Intern will be working on upcoming Tennessee House of Representative District 18 campaign of Brandi Price. Brandi Price is an alum of LMU-DSOL. She is currently a solo-practitioner attorney practicing mostly in juvenile court and family law area.

Intern will be providing assistance in one of the following departments: 1) fundraising, 2) Communication and Research Intern 3) Strategy and 4) field operations.

Responsibilities will vary according to what department intern is placed in.

Communication and Research Intern Duties: As an intern with the event planning staff, your duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Contact potential event hosts ? Research neighborhood events. Organize and update event calendar ? Provide support during events. Conduct site visits. ?

Collaborating with Strategy Team Intern(s) on research.

Strategy Team Intern Duties: As an intern with the constituency staff, your duties may include, but is not limited to, the following: Research varying organizations within each constituency group and creating a list of these groups with key contact names and phone numbers. Attend meetings with constituency group leaders and taking notes at meetings for group leaders. Call out to individuals within different constituency groups about upcoming events that may interest a particular group where Brandi Price will be in attendance. Attend events organized by outreach team and constituency group leaders. Make phone calls a day before an event to verify all information.

Fundraising Team Intern Duties: As an intern with the fundraising staff, your duties may include, but is not limited to, the following: Detail oriented and ability to compile information from multiple sources into one source. Understanding of and ability to apply local, state and federal requirements for political activity disclosure and reporting.(Regulations applying to Campaign Funds will be provided). Ability to make phone calls for various fundraising activities on behalf of campaign.

Field Operations Team Intern Duties: As an intern with the field operations staff, your duties may include, but is not limited to, the following: Serve as a critical and valued member of the Field Operations team. Attend weekly Outreach Team meeting to help plan & strategize weekly and weekend events on behalf of Brandi Price’s campaign. Work in the field office and support with essential campaign efforts such as phone banking, door-to-door canvassing and volunteer recruitment. Support Neighborhood Coordinators with organizing campaign events and various activities around the city of Knoxville to promote Brandi Price’s campaign. Work in conjunction with the advance team when necessary to staff campaign events & neighborhood parties. Attend neighborhood association meetings etc. on behalf of campaign as needed. Assist field street team with distribution of campaign materials and message as needed at various events and programs Additional Knowledge & Skills: College student and/or college graduate interested in politics or gaining campaign experience; previous campaign experience preferred but not required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word & Excel , spreadsheets, and PowerPoint. Organized and quick learner. Integrity within a professional environment Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to multitask independently and demonstrate sound judgment. Strong attention to detail and timing as well as excellence in execution. Proven organizational, research and analytical skills. Ability to work and contribute in a highly collaborative, team environment. Understanding of political and legislative processes. Proven success in a small department with wide-ranging responsibilities. Ability to reflect and demonstrate integrity, customer-centered, accountability, respect and excellence.

Education Requirements: High School graduate and currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate college program. Must have a strong interest in politics with relevant coursework or equivalent work experience.

Contact: All interested applicants please forward your resume to Ms. Brandi Price at votebrandiprice@gmail.com or Nan Scott at nan.votebrandiprice@gmail.com with subject line “ Internship.”

If you are interested in a specific internship please specify which internship you are applying for.

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 adzura@seealliance.org 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 orau.org/epa/

For information or to apply online please visit: http://law.uh.edu/pipeline/application.asp

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 www.youthvillages.org/jobs

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