Economic Studies RA
The Economic Studies Program at the Brookings Institution is conducting the fall cycle of our annual Research Assistant recruitment. We are seeking to hire approximately six to eight new assistants. Our research assistants are hired for two year appointments, preferably beginning between June 1 and August 1. This is an excellent opportunity for recent graduates!
Applicants will need to submit a cover letter, resume, two letters of recommendation, and a transcript. The application deadline is October 15, 2020.
The New York Fed is offering an internship for rising sophomores (graduating in Winter 2022 or Spring 2023) in the Research and Statistics Group in the summer of 2021. Analysts play an integral role in the research and policy work of New York Fed economists on topics including macroeconomics, microeconomics, banking and payment systems, capital markets, and international economics. The New York Fed has a highly respected program for full-time Research Analysts who join us for two years after graduating college and then successfully pursue graduate school, private-sector or public-sector positions.
Applications for Sophomore Analyst internships are being accepted now, on a rolling basis, at https://www.newyorkfed.org/careers/student-programs-and-internships/sophomore-career-exploration-program. It is recommended that candidates apply by September 15th.
In a few weeks, the NY Fed will also post opportunities for Junior Analyst internships (graduating in Winter 2021 or Spring 2022) and our full-time Research Analyst position (graduating in Winter 2020 or Spring 2021) on https://www.newyorkfed.org/careers/student-programs-and-internships.
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St. Louis Fed
This position is a full-time position to start in the spring/summer of 2021. Interested applicants should expect to graduate in the Spring 2021 or Fall 2020.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. The first round applications are due by October 2nd.
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The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has a summer internship program that allows you the opportunity to learn about economics in the United States through the perspective of the Federal Reserve System.
We begin accepting applications for the following summer in September, hold interviews in October and November, and extend offers on a rolling basis.
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Interested candidates can find details of both positions at https://research.stlouisfed.org/RAjobs/
Business and Consulting Roles
If you are a bright, motivated undergraduate or recent graduate looking to tackle some of the toughest and most interesting business problems, consider joining L.E.K. as an Associate.
Associates drive our insights for clients. You will quickly take on significant responsibilities as you play a crucial role on each case team, gathering, analyzing, and synthesizing research and data to address the client’s core issues. Your ability to uncover novel information, conduct rigorous analysis solve problems creatively, and communicate your high-quality work is critical to the breakthroughs that make a lasting impact for our clients.
See job posting on Handshake for more information. The application deadline is September 17, 2020.
U.S. Summer Associate (Internship)
The internship kicks off with a week of training on Cape Cod with peers from all of our U.S. offices, where you will learn the fundamentals of what it takes to be a successful Associate at L.E.K. At the conclusion of training, you will spend the next ~8 weeks in your home office doing real casework as a part of a team.
The role of a Summer Associate is essentially the same as a full-time Associate. You will be dedicated 100% to a single project and can expect to be on 1-2 projects over the course of the summer. You will quickly take on significant responsibilities as you play a crucial role on each case team, gathering, analyzing, and synthesizing research and data to address the client’s core issues. Your ability to uncover novel information, conduct rigorous analysis, solve problems creatively, and communicate your high-quality work is critical to the breakthroughs that make a lasting impact for our clients.
See job posting on Handshake for more information. The application deadline is October 3, 2020.
Orr Fellowship is the ultimate post-grad experience. Fellows are recruited from the top seniors at universities in Indiana and other states, with an average acceptance rate of 6%. Converging in Indianapolis, these talented graduates join vibrant companies in positions that create a foundation for career success.
In addition to a full time employment, Orr Fellows participate in a unique curriculum designed to challenge, develop and propel them toward a career of excellence. With two years that are jam-packed with receiving executive mentorship, growing a strong network, and acquiring new skills, each Fellow stars in his or her own success story.
Every year we hope to select 125 students from Notre Dame.
We are looking for passionate, driven candidates with a very diverse set of backgrounds. We recruit candidates from all academic backgrounds - from business to engineering to liberal arts - and all majors have found success within our program.
Here are a few ways students can learn more about the program: Find Orr Fellowship at the Virtual Career Fair or contact Cat Edmunds (Notre Dame School Lead) at email@example.com.
Application closes September 27, 2020.
FBI Resource Planning Office (RPO)
Are you interested in an honors internship or full-time career opportunity at the world’s premier national security and law enforcement agency? The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is in search of highly motivated and talented candidates from a diversity of backgrounds who are interested in serving the nation, and we are recruiting at Notre Dame! Some of us visiting are recent alumni, and we cannot wait to share our experiences with you.
We are part of the FBI’s Resource Planning Office (RPO), which manages the Bureau’s $5+ billion personnel budget and strategic planning processes; crafts internal policy; designs business intelligence tools; automates and re-engineers business processes; and provides project-based consulting services to senior executives. In short, RPO exists to drive innovation and enable efficient and effective FBI business operations, thereby ensuring that investigative personnel have what they need to protect the American People.
RPO analysts have the opportunity to:
Collaborate with forward-thinking, innovative colleagues
Be responsible for and lead various programs and projects
Gain insight into every division and program in the FBI
Produce reports and briefings for FBI senior executives
Travel to field offices to conduct training or data collection
Expand skill sets in project management, data collection and analysis, business communication, and presentation creation and deliverance
Make an impact on the efficiency and effectiveness of FBI business operations
We would like to personally invite you to attend our information session at the career fair to learn more about the exciting opportunities we have in RPO. Please visit handshake to sign-up and for event details or refer to the attached document for an overview of RPO.
For more information on the Honors Internship Program or to apply to this posting by the September 30 deadline, please visit https://www.fbijobs.gov/students/undergrad. For the full-time position send resumes to RPO_Recruiting@fbi.gov by the October 16 deadline.
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