Unilever's Diversity Leadership Conference

Unilever's Diversity Leadership Conference
Available to current sophomores or juniors with a
graduation date between May 2012 and June 2013
Unilever recruiting team is targeting sophomores and juniors scheduled to
graduate between May 2012 and June 2013, that hold or have held,
leadership positions in diverse organizations on campus or in their
communities. Students must be interested in a summer internship during
the summer of 2011.
Are you interested in a career in marketing, finance, information
technology, supply chain, sales, or research and development? Do you
hold a leadership position in a diverse organization on campus or in your
community? If so, we want to hear from you. Consider Unilever. Take the
first step towards creating the future you want....explore the
opportunities....explore the Unilever Diversity Leadership Conference
(UDLC) and apply today!
The UDLC is an intensive and highly interactive one and a half day
conference held in our North America headquarters in Englewood Cliffs,
NJ. The conference is designed for undergraduate students who hold
leadership positions in diverse student organizations on campus or within
the community. During the conference, students will interview for summer
internships, and meet with Unilever’s senior leaders through panel
discussions, general forums, and networking sessions.
Unilever Diversity Leadership Conference website
NOTE: Applications must be submitted on or before
November 8, 2010
NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY ADMINISTRATION NNSA is now recruiting high‐caliber recent college graduates and graduate students to compete for the Future Leaders Program (FLP) Class of 2011. The FLP is a structured two‐year development program that prepares candidates to fill entry‐level positions in the agency. Successful completion of the program can lead to a competitive appointment in NNSA. The selection process for future leaders is extremely competitive. Each class is comprised of 30 talented participants who are carefully selected for specific openings by the NNSA hiring managers. The training they undertake is rigorous and demanding, and much is expected of them. Their specialized training schedule includes 30‐ and 60‐day rotations in different NNSA organizations around the country, and they will take on challenging assignments to prepare for a successful career executing NNSA’s nuclear security mission. Program requirements and the positions we are currently recruiting for are summarized below. The FLP vacancy announcement is open until October 22, 2010. The qualifications for the FLP are:  U.S. citizenship at time of application;  Ability to obtain and maintain a “Q” security clearance and pass pre‐employment and random drug testing while employed;  For a technical position ‐ a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in an engineering or scientific discipline;  For an administrative position ‐ a master’s degree in a business discipline or a bachelor’s degree, plus one year of appropriate specialized business experience;  Graduation from an accredited university within the past two years;  A 3.0 GPA or higher (candidates with at least a 2.8 cumulative GPA who have shown leadership qualities though excellence in extracurricular activities or work experience may also be considered);  Ability to perform challenging assignments nationwide for two years; and  A requirement to commit to NNSA for a minimum of 24 months after successful graduation from the program. The following positions are available. Contract Specialist General Engineer/Physical Scientist Electrical Engineer Fire Protection Engineer Financial Specialist Program Analyst Security Specialist Information Technology Our recruitment calendar and information on how to apply can be found on our website at www.nnsa.doe.gov/futureleaders. CBCF Emerging Leaders Internship Program Session: Spring 2011 Deadline: November 5, 2010 Program Dates: January 8‐May 14, 2011 (GWU Classes begin January 10, 2011) Program Description The CBCF Emerging Leaders Internship Program sponsored by Walmart is a semester‐long paid internship for college students. Interns work four days a week on Capitol Hill, in federal agencies and at non‐profit organizations. On Friday afternoons, interns attend educational seminars that focus on domestic and international issues, participate in leadership‐training sessions and visit cultural and historical sites in the Washington, D.C., area. Each cohort must complete a team community service project in the surrounding community. CBCF provides housing and a $4,000 stipend. George Washington University’s Semester in Washington Program In the spring of 2011, CBCF Interns will have the opportunity to participate in George Washington University’s Semester in Washington Program. This program offers an invaluable up‐close view of Washington, DC. Hands‐on coursework and networking opportunities at some of the most famous addresses in the country come together for an unrivaled Washington experience. Sophomores, juniors, and first‐semester seniors are encouraged to apply for this semester, as it offers an opportunity to earn academic credit from GWU during their internship session. For more information, videos and testimonials from alumni visit GWU’s website at: www.siwpolitics.gwu.edu. Qualifications •
U.S. citizen or permit to work in the United States Currently or recently enrolled in college full‐time when applying for program. Demonstrated interest in public service, governance, and policy‐making process. Apply Online To apply online, please visit http://www.cbcfinc.org/programs. For more information, please call (202) 263‐2800 or send an email to [email protected] and type “Emerging Leaders Internship Program” in the subject line. 1720 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036 z Phone: (202) 263-2800
Internet website http://www.cbcfinc.org
CFC #0103
Fax: (202) 775-0773
Nestle Purina StepOne
Internship Program
Nestle Purina has current internship openings and would like to
invite students to apply.
Nestle Purina has extended the application deadline for key
internship opportunities. Nestle Purina's StepOne Intern Program
is still seeking college Juniors to enter our Summer 2011
Internship Program in the following disciplines:
Order Management
Supply Chain
If you're looking for an internship where you can take ownership,
collaborate and contribute to challenging, satisfying and
meaningful work, then you are the type of person we want at
Nestle Purina.
Our internship application deadline has been extended to
October 18th so APPLY today at
You can also interact with our recruiting team and learn more at
our Nestle Purina StepOne Facebook Page. Check out our profile
on AfterCollege today. Job Posting: Bookkeeper
Choristers Guild;
12404 Park Central Drive, Suite 100; Dallas, TX 75251
Christian nonprofit organization seeks a high achieving employee to fill
bookkeeping and other office responsibilities.
Essential qualifications: Two year’s bookkeeping experience; excellent
written and verbal communication skills; excellent time management
skills; ability to move easily between tasks and readily shift focus;
ability to respond to changing circumstances and priorities in a
positive, focused manner and remain composed under stress;
proficient knowledge and skills in QuickBooks, Microsoft Office
software including Excel and Access, internet based applications, and
computer equipment.
Favorable qualifications: Experience in publishing industry or with
church music a plus; preference to candidates with editorial, graphic
design, and marketing/development abilities. Part time position which
could be full time for an extraordinary multi-gifted candidate.
Bachelors degree preferred. Employee receives free access to office
fitness center.
Exceptional candidates email cover letter and resume to
[email protected] with “POSITION APPLICATION” in the subject
line. Interview scheduling to begin immediately.
The White House
A Public Service
Leadership Program
The White House Internship Program provides a unique
opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build
leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor
and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their
understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future
public service opportunities.
The Spring 2011 White House Internship
application period has been extended. The
application will be posted until October 10, 2010.
For additional information visit:
Scholarship Opportunities- Deadline OCT 15th Quickly Approaching- GE’s
Experienced Commercial Leadership Program (ECLP)
If you are interested in this opportunity please send a current copy of your
resume to: [email protected]
September 7, 2010 GE’s Experienced Commercial Leadership Program (ECLP) ECLP Minimum criteria:  Demonstrated achievement and leadership in sales and/or marketing  Excellent communication skills and ability to embrace change  Strong analytical skills and expertise aligned with a GE business segment  5‐7 years sales or marketing experience, MBA or Masters  Unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S.  Geographic mobility within U.S.  Willing to accept a paid internship at a GE location (TBD) in the U.S. for ~10 weeks during the summer of 2011. (New) ECLP Desired criteria:  Demonstrated commercial experience in customer oriented roles such as sales, marketing, consulting, etc  Business to business or business to consumer marketing or sales experience  Analytical and strategic thinking skills  Proven leadership, communication, project management and influencing key stakeholders  Technical degree for Infrastructure businesses preferred  Work experience in direct or related field to GE business preferred GE’s Human Resources Leadership Program (HRLP) HRLP Minimum criteria:  Masters degree in business or a human resources discipline (e.g. industrial & labor relations, industrial & organizational psychology, organizational behavior, etc.)  3 years of business related work experience  GPA greater than or equal to 3.0/4.0  Unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S.  Geographic mobility in the U.S.  Willing to accept a paid internship at a GE location (TBD) in the U.S. for ~10 weeks during the summer of 2011. (New) HRLP Desired criteria:  At least 1 year of prior work experience in an HR related role  Leadership skills  Able to effectively work in teams  Demonstrated initiative and change agent  Strong analytical skills  Strong communication skills  Business acumen