Skip to main content

Jobs and Opportunities

Summer Consulting Internship in Washington, D.C.

Avalong consulting, a firm in Washington, D.C., is hiring for a paid summer internship. The successful candidate will develop skills in consulting and fundraising for non-profit and political organizations. Interested students should contact IOGP Global Programming Director Shannon Peterson so she can coordinate with our USU alumnus contact at Avalon. 

Student Jobs with the Aggie Connection Phonathon
APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 12, 2018

Join fellow students working to make a difference for USU with the Aggie Connection Phonathon. This effort focuses on student perspectives of the opportunities and experiences at USU to help raise money for Honors and other university programs by calling alumni, community members, and friends of USU. Performance bonuses are available and hours are flexible. Honors students interested in business, development, sales, communications, and other areas should consider applying by visiting the job posting on Aggie Handshake.

Openings at the Environmental Protection Agency for App Development and Operations Support

The EPA is hiring for positions in Washington, D.C., Ohio, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Florida. Positions include environmental outreach executive support, quality assurance support, microbial risk analyst, and research analysts in a variety of fields. Applicants may be undergraduates or recent graduates in environmental science, bioloy related fields, chemistry, physics, zoology, geography, mathematics, health sciences or other related fields. View job listings and program eligibility requirements online and contact EPAjobs@orau.org with questions.

Work Study: Mentor Local Elementary Students through America Reads Program

If you are eligible for federal work-study aid, apply to be an after-school club mentor for Logan City or Cache County elementary schools or Logan City Parks and Recreation. Mentors help students with homework and plan enrichment activities. Positions are available during the summer as well as the school year, and you can start anytime. Hours are from 2:15-6 p.m. but can be flexible according to your school schedule. Consider applying by sending your A# and contact information to todd.milovich@usu.edu and gain professional and classroom experience!

Atlantis Global Pre-Med Fellowship Program: Shadow Doctors in Europe or South America

Healthcare education innovators Atlantis Global are accepting applications for summer fellowships. This pre-med study abroad opportunity gives students clinical experience shadowing doctors in various specialties in Europe or South America over 2-6 weeks. Please contact honors student and Atlantis Fellow Justin Campbell with questions; he can also give you a referral for priority review of your application.

JUMP Into STEM with the Department of Energy "What If" Challenge

The U.S. Department of Energy Building Technology Office has partnered with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to seek student input on making machine learning accessible to homeowners. The "What If" challenge and other challenges throughout the year will develop solutions for energy use data for individuals or large groups. Ideas can be up to 1,500 words and winners will be promoted on social media and considered for future collaboration. Learn more about JUMP into STEM opportunities.

Council on Undergraduate Research: Presentation Opportunities

Looking for somewhere to present your capstone, contract research, or another project? The Council on Undergraduate Research website lists presentation opportunities such as forums, conferences, and other events that students can apply for. Don't forget to apply for Honors Research Funding if you're accepted to present at one of these venues!

 

Kean University Master of Arts in Holocaust & Genocide Studies

This unique graduate degree prorgram in Union, New Jersey promotes interdisciplinary study and may lend itself to those interested in NGOs, Human RIghts institutes, museum and resource centers, and public policy organizations. The Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies (MAHGS) also offers a tuition-free, 4-credit teaching certificate (Teaching the Holocaust and Prejudice Reduction) option within the program. Contact Dr. Dennis Klein for more information.