We are happy to announce that MIIS students and alumni now have access to the exclusive Liberal Arts Career Network (LACN). LACN is a consortium of the top 32 liberal arts colleges who pool together their career resources. This job consortium has over 9,000 employers and 3,000 current job postings. This is a great additional resource for MIIS and came as part of our Middlebury merger. To access LACN, simply log into Zocalo and "Jump To" the Liberal Arts Career Network. You can find this link in the main navigation menu or below the shortcut links on the homepage. This jump to system will automatically log you into LACN. Jump back to Monterey Institute Zocalo to return to our system. LACN uses the same job database so you should be familiar with how to search for jobs. We hope that this additional job resource helps you with your career and internship search. If you have any questions, feel free to stop by our office or email email@example.com
When: Fri October 22, 2:00pm-4:00pm Where: Center for Advising and Career Services (CACS) Join us in the CACS student lounge for a Resume Clinic where you can work with our advising staff to improve your resume! Bring your current resume, and any questions or concerns you might have.
The application period for the 31st annual International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP) is now open and will be accepting applications until November 21st, 2010. We look forward to another inspiring three-week program and the opportunity to meet more than 120 participants from around the world.
When: October 21, 12:30-1:30 Where: MG 102 Join Jessica Sysak from Catholic Relief Services (CRS) to hear more about the International Development Fellowship program
Restorative Justice Partners, Inc. is in the planning stage for their second 2010 training for mediators for the Victim Offender Reconciliation Program. The training will provide necessary skills for conducting mediations between victims and juvenile offenders, helping to restore balance and peace to the community one relationship at a time. This mediation training will be held the evening of Friday, November 5 and continuing with a full day session on Saturday, November 6 in Monterey at the Unity Church of Monterey Bay. The cost of this comprehensive, extensive training is $40 with a one year commitment to mediate for Restorative Justice Partners, Inc. or $100 with no volunteer commitment. If you are interested in registering for the training, or wish to know more about it, contact Susan Theodore at firstname.lastname@example.org 737-9486.
Date: Thursday, October 7th Time: 6pm Location: Casa Fuente 434 The Central Intelligence Agency is searching for intelligent and dedicated men and women from a variety of academic backgrounds to contribute to our National Security mission. Recruiters from the Directorate of Intelligence and the National Clandestine Service will be conducting an Information Session to discuss the CIA mission, employment & internship opportunities and the employment/security clearance process. Some of the positions we are hiring for include: Open Source Analyst, Leadership Analyst, Military Analyst, Science, Technology and Weapons Analyst, Counterterrorism Analyst, Counterintelligence Threat Analyst, Clandestine Officer, Language Officer
When: Tuesday, October 19th, 12:15-1:45Location: B105Boren Fellowships provide up to $30,000 to US graduate students for international study and research. There will be a short presentation and a chance to speak with a 2009 Boren Recipient. Please be sure to visit the website: http://www.borenawards.orgDeadline for Boren application: February 1, 2011
The Presidential Management Fellowship Application is now open. All students graduating during the 2010-2011 school year are eligible to apply for this two year fellowship with the US government. Fellowships often lead to full time employment with the US government. You can find more information online at www.pmf.gov and MIIS requirements in the "PMF Overview" in the Zocalo Document library. Application Available from October 1 - 15thMIIS Nomination Application due October 18th
If you are a New American and under 30 then you might be eligible for a very generous fellowship program through the Paul and Daisy Souros Fellowship program. This fellowship can provide up to $90,000 of support for a graduate degree over two years. Their goal is to provide opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished New Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen fields. Please check out their website for more inforamtion, http://www.pdsoros.org and notify your advisor if you apply for this upcoming year's fellowship program, we can help with a letter of support. Deadline: November 1, 2010
Only 18 days left till the global work party on 10/10/10! Visit 360.org to sign up for an event, or to register a new event. Be sure to take the time to look at events taking place all over the world in countires like the Vietnam, Iraq, and the Dominican Republic.