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Available Opportunities

Duke Summer Session Employment

We are looking for staff members who will serve as positive role models, use sound judgment when making decisions, and have a genuine interest in participating in the academic and social development of adolescents.

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2017 Program in Sexuality Studies Undergraduate Student Research/Creative Endeavors Award Deadline April 3rd, 2017

The Program in Sexuality Studies at UNC-CH is soliciting entries for its annual prize in support of undergraduate research and creative work at UNC-CH that deals with sexuality (including but not limited to LGBTQ sexualities).

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Vigilint- Part Time Operations Analyst- Morrisville, NC 

VIGILINT is seeking four-five Part-Time Operations Analysts to support VIGILINT’s 24/7 Medical Operations Center coordinating logistics, medical care, and evacuations. Analysts also conduct medical intelligence gathering, medical surveillance, and open-source research.
VIGILINT is a premier provider of intelligence-driven global health protection that offers advisory, logistics, medical operations, and crisis management services to high-net-worth individuals, Fortune 500 companies, and government clients. Our world-class physicians, subject matter experts, and operational staff work side-by-side to solve complex medical emergencies around the globe. The nature of our work requires top performance and the utmost discretion.

The Southern California International Review (SCIR) DEADLINE EARLY SEPTEMBER 2017

The Southern California International Review (SCIR) is now accepting  submissions for publication in our Spring 2016 issue.The Review is a global undergraduate studies journal that publishes up to six exceptional full-length articles in every issue. SCIR has published pieces from university students around the world, including Vanderbilt, Georgetown, Australia National University, and Boston College.
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North Carolina Governor’s School positions open

The North Carolina Governor’s School is seeking talented and dedicated staff to fill available positions at Governor’s School East (held at Meredith College in Raleigh) and Governor’s School West (held at Salem College in Winston-Salem). Most positions are six and one-half weeks in duration, from early June through late July. Employees receive a salary (based on position and qualifications) and are eligible for room and board on campus. For more information, contact the Office of the North Carolina Governor’s School at ncgovschool@dpi.nc.gov. Applications for the 2018 session will be posted this coming winter.


Jhpiego- Various Positions 

Jhpiego is an international, non-profit health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University dedicated to improving the health of women and families.  Based in Baltimore, Maryland, the Senior Technical Coordinator will coordinate and support program, financial, contractual, monitoring and administrative functions for Gates Foundation funded Family Planning Special Projects within Jhpiego Technical Leadership Office’s Family Planning and Reproductive Health (FPRH) Unit.

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Spring Middle East Institute Leadership Development Program Internships Application Deadline November 15

The Leadership Development Internship Program at the Middle East Institute is designed to provide students or recent graduates considering a career in a Middle East related field with hands-on experience at a Washington, DC-based, nonprofit organization that focuses exclusively on the Middle East. Interns obtain guidance, experience, and exposure to the Washington policy and scholarly community while developing professional skills with interns from all over the world. They also offer internships in the Summer and Fall.
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The Internationalist- publication opportunity Currently Accepting Submissions (Rolling)

As a new initiative, The Internationalist is tasked with the purpose of officially publishing excellent examples of student research on global affairs. Though it is student-led, this journal is partnered with the Office of Undergraduate Research as well as supported by academic departments such as Political Science and Peace, War, and Defense. As an interdisciplinary publication, it hopes to draw submissions relating to global affairs from varied subjects such as economics, religion, anthropology, international relations, and regional studies.
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Career Opportunities for Graduating Seniors paid

Grassroots Campaigns is a national, progressive political consulting firm specializing in running face-to-face field campaigns. Grassroots Campaigns is looking to interview interested students to join our teams as Canvass Directors and Assistant Canvass Directors.
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The Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund (SEF) paid

The Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund (SEF) is a student-led initiative of Student Government and the Carolina Union that provides monthly $200–$600 grants to students to pursue personal, professional, and academic interests outside of Carolina. Grants are awarded without restrictions based on major, course of study, or academic department.
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Summer 2018:

WISH Summer Housing Opportunity Currently Accepting Submissions (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Washington Intern Student Housing (WISH) is now offering housing for summer interns currently doing internships in Washington, DC.
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Global Student Embassy Summer

This summer, GSE is taking UNC students to Ecuador to help reforest the dry tropical forest in the coastal city of Bahía de Caráquez. This project works closely with local communities and is a great experience in sustainability and traveling abroad. Gain a whole new perspective and really dive into a new culture.
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Archived Opportunities

Fall 2016 Campus Affairs Executive Positions open Applications Due May 2

Campus Affairs is seeking to fill two leadership positions within the Campus Affairs department: Assistant Director and Events Coordinator.
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Fall 2016 Study Abroad Opportunity at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid Deadline April 25

UNC-CH has just been designated as a partner in the UCM Erasmus + Program and has been invited to send three undergraduate students who are advanced in their Spanish studies to spend the fall 2016 semester as exchange students at Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
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