J.P. Morgan Asset Management Information Session for Asia Opportunities
Considering a career in Asia? Meet us here first.
Receive unique insight into opportunities in Private Bank & Investment Management in Asia Pacific.
Whether you are in your final year of study or you’re graduating in a couple of years, you’ll have probably started thinking about your options. So what about Asia? Sure, it’s where you come from, but it also happens to be home to many of the world’s truly dynamic economies, and opportunities to match. Joining our summer internship or full-time program in Asia is the best way to experience a career that complements all of you.
We’ll be having an exclusive information session in Los Angeles where you can find out more about working in Private Bank and Investment Management in Asia.
When: September 20, 2013 at 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Where: Event address will be indicated in the final invitation
Who it’s for: Students graduating in 2014 and 2015
How to attend: Apply by completing the online application form and attaching your resume before September 13, 2013 (23:55 HKT/ 11:55 EST). Successful applicants will be notified via the email address indicated in your application.
LGBT Tech Conference & Recruiting for Undergrads
Interested in technology? Want to learn about being LGBT and out in Silicon Valley?
Apply for the Out for Undergraduate Tech Conference, hosted October 19-20, 2013 at Facebook’s Silicon Valley headquarters. Last year, over 120+ students attended from across the country. Our sponsor companies include Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo!, Groupon, Adobe, Accenture and more. Students from both technical and non-technical backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Full scholarships that cover lodging and travel are available for accepted students.
The late deadline is September 22, 2013.
Application: register here!
More information: http://www.outforundergrad.org/technology
Questions? Check out the FAQs or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rossier School of Education
Advance your career in education- attend an information session. Learn how to become a teacher, therapist, student affairs administrator, or education policy scholar through USC’s Rossier School of Education. Questions, contact email@example.com.
Theatre Communications Group (TCG)
Are you a young professional or student looking to start a career in not-for-profit theatre? Contribute to TCG’s mission to strengthen, nurture and promote the not-for-profit American theatre by engaging with programs that include:
- Professional development
- Research and advocacy at the federal level
Connect with theatre leaders and breaking trends through our publications and networks; including American Theatre magazine, the theatre job bulletin ARTSEARCH, the TCG Circle blog, our online community Conference 2.0 and a book program that features 12 Pulitzer Prize-winning plays. In all of our activities, we seek to advance our core values of activism, artistry, diversity and global citizenship. For detailed descriptions of the internships available and how to apply, please visit us at TCG.
Competitive fellowships are your chance to become a true global scholar. Choose your own adventure: study at a foreign university, learn a new language abroad, conduct research or earn money for graduate school. Please visit the USC Office of Academic & International Fellowships to learn more about these fantastic opportunities.
You have the opportunity to obtain funding to continue your studies internationally or nationally through a scholarship or fellowship. Come learn more about scholarships such as the Boren Scholarship (study abroad-language study), Fulbright UK Summer Institute, Gilman Scholarship (study abroad), and Truman Scholarship (graduate school & internship) to name a few.
Information sessions will be held on the following days & times:
Wednesday, September 4, 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Wednesday, September 18, 10:00am – 11:00am
Location for both sessions: Leavey Library Auditorium
Below are a few with upcoming deadlines:
Marshall Scholarship – September 3, 2013
The scholarship provides tuition & stipend to pursue graduate study at any institution of higher education in the United Kingdom.
Mitchell Scholarship – September 3, 2013
The scholarship provides tuition & stipend to pursue graduate study at one of nine institutions of higher education in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Rhodes Scholarship – September 3, 2013
The scholarship provides one to three years of graduate study at Oxford University in England.
Fulbright Student Grant – September 13, 2013
The grant funds one year of study or research in one of over 140 countries or an English Teaching Assistantship in one of over 60 countries.
WIN $12,000 IN CASH PRIZES AT THE 2013 USC STUDENT INNOVATOR SHOWCASE AND FAST PITCH
Open to USC graduate and undergraduate students of ALL disciplines.
Application deadline: September 15, 2013 at 5pm PST. Apply here.
Do you have an invention you want to share? An idea you’re excited to turn into reality? An awesome team to do it with? The USC Student Innovator Showcase and Fast Pitch is the perfect opportunity to exhibit your one-of-a-kind creation. At the Showcase, you will get the chance to pitch your project to a panel of innovation experts, including USC faculty and staff as well as successful entrepreneurs and investors from the LA area. Participants will be in the running for $12,000 in cash prizes!
The 2013 USC Student Innovator Showcase will be on October 25 from 9:00am to 4:00pm in front of the Hancock Foundation Building (AHF). At the Showcase, the panel of judges will visit each project in search of the most innovative ideas. Following the Showcase, the judges will select 10 finalists to participate in the Student Innovator Fast Pitch starting at 5:00pm in Herklotz Courtyard. After each three-minute pitch, judges, peers and parents can ask questions. Awards will be presented to the top four innovators in the following categories:
Most Innovative Award: $5,500 (funded by the USC Stevens Center for Innovation)
Most Promising Business Concept Award: $5,500 (funded by the Diem Shotwell Metcalfe Family Fund)
Student Choice Award: $600
Parents Choice Award: $600
If you have any questions, please email Kelsey Goelz, Student Outreach Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.