Friday, November 22, 2013

Approaching Deadlines for Arts & Sciences Seniors - 11/22

All approaching deadlines can be found on our CareerLink system, accessed online at (conduct a keyword search for the employers name)

Deadline Friday November 29th

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer – Rochester, NY
Democrat, United States Senator representing New York State.
Political Internship
This internship consists of a variety of tasks and experiences. It will include duties such as general office operations, media monitoring, constituent services, event planning, and research projects. Students will be able to work with all levels of Senate staff, other federal, state, local agencies, and on team and individual projects. Students will have the opportunity to present their ideas on local and federal policy initiatives. They will be encouraged to develop their debate skills and understanding of public policy on the local, state, federal, and international levels.

Deadline Saturday November 30th

Learn2Earn – San Diego, CA
Learn2Earn is a start-up founded by recent Williams College alums that provides an online space for elementary and middle school students to record and share their reading, while fundraising for their school.
Account Manager – ALUMNI SPONSORED
Account Managers are involved at many stages of our business, from the initial contact to the coordination and implementation of our reading fundraisers and virtual book journals. Moreover, anyone joining as an Account Manager at this point can expect to play a major role in coming up with new site features and optimizing current features based on conversations with students, teachers, parents, and school administrators who use the site.

Deadline Saturday November 30th

Pasteur Foundation
As a result of the fame that accompanied Louis Pasteur's discovery of a treatment for rabies in 1886, scientists sought Pasteur for training. Soon thereafter, in June 1887, the Institut Pasteur was established. Following in this tradition, the Pasteur Foundation created a summer internship program for American undergraduates who wish to pursue a scientific career.
Summer Research Program – ALUMNI SPONSORED
The Pasteur Foundation Summer Internship Program provides U.S. undergraduates with the rare opportunity to conduct summer research at the Institut Pasteur. The foundation's goal is to encourage students in the pursuit of a scientific career and to expose them to an international laboratory experience. Each year, laboratories at the Institut Pasteur are chosen to host U.S. undergraduates (host labs will be the Cossart, Corringer, Di Santo, Nilges and Saleh labs).

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