ATTN: '15 Grads
Attn: '15 Seniors:
Founded in 1920, the National Bureau of Economic Research is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of how the economy works.
The NBER is committed to undertaking and disseminating unbiased economic research among public policymakers, business professionals, and the academic community. The NBER is an equal opportunity employer.
Sept. '14 Attn: '14 Seniors:
Research Analyst position at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Research Analysts play an integral role in both the policy and research functions of the Research and Statistics Group.
Our economists, whose specialties include banking and payment systems, capital markets, international economics, macroeconomics, and microeconomics, work closely with Research Analysts.
Upon leaving the Fed, Research Analysts are consistently accepted by top graduate programs or they choose to pursue a wide variety of public and private sector opportunities.
In recent years, our RAs have gone on to pursue a Ph.D. in Economics or Finance at MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, and Wharton.
Aside from economics, previous RAs have also gone to law and public policy programs at Harvard Kennedy School, Princeton, Yale, and others.We seek candidates who have records of superior scholarship and academic curiosity.
Research Analysts usually come from strong economics, mathematics, or computer science backgrounds, though a major in one of these fields is not a necessity.
Successful candidates often have previous research experience, and many are considering careers in economic research or other related fields. Ideal candidates will also have expertise with statistical programming software, such as Stata, SAS, or MATLAB.
Applications are being accepted now until October 15 at http://www.newyorkfed.org/careers/current_undergrad_openings.html.
The Research Analyst position is an unparalleled opportunity to work with a world-class research and policy team.
We would greatly appreciate your encouraging bright and interested students to apply.
Research Analyst, Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies
Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice
Joan Leslie, Dartmouth '12 and Community Organizer in the DART Network, will be presenting webinar information sessions on Wednesday, October 1 at 8pm EST and Thursday, October 2 at 7pm EST to discuss careers in community organizing with individuals interested in empowering communities and working for social change.
RSVP for either event at www.thedartcenter.org/events
DART hires and trains organizers to lead campaigns on a broad set of justice issues including:
* Plugging the school-to-prison pipeline
* Reining in predatory lending practices
* Expanding access to primary health and dental care
* Prioritizing funding for affordable housing and job training
* Education reform in low-performing public schools
Positions start January 5, 2015 in Miami, Daytona Beach, St. Petersburg and Tampa. Positions start June 29, 2015 in Jacksonville, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Ft. Lauderdale, FL and Lawrence and Topeka, KS. Starting salary $34,000/year + benefits, with regular performance based raises. Fluent Spanish speakers are needed in several of these cities.
Subject: U.S. Department of Treasury's Office of Economic Policy Internship Program Dear Undergraduate Economics Departments, The U.S. Department of Treasury’s Economic Policy Office would like to inform the most qualified undergraduate students about our internship program this upcoming SPRING. In the past, we have had very successful interns take part in this program from your school and would like to encourage all interested students to apply before the November 4th deadline. We appreciate your support! If you have any further questions, please reach out to Christine Devlin at Christine.Devlin@treasury.gov or 202-622-2200. Thank you, Chris BodurianOffice of Economic PolicyU.S. Treasury Department
ATTN: 2014 GRADUATES:
Research Associate-234619 Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Research Associate Requisition #234619 The Research Department has an opening for a Research Associate reporting to the Economists in this area. In this entry level role, you will perform economic and statistical analyses to support the research initiated by Economists. This research is in part policy-oriented, and in part academic, aimed at publication in top journals. Much of the analysis will be conducted on personal and mainframe computers, using mathematical and statistical software such as Matlab, Gauss, Stata and R. You will present results of research to economists and management in oral or written reports on an as needed basis, and at times within tight deadlines. With an application, candidates are required to submit a resume (CV), cover letter, and college transcript(s). Transcripts (unofficial copies are okay at this time) and other required documents should be uploaded as attachments to your electronic submission. ***Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by February 15, 2014; however, late applications will be reviewed until March 3, 2014.
ATTN: 2014 GRADUATES:
Professor Raj Chetty and his colleagues are looking to hire several full-time research assistants in economics for the next academic year (2014-2015), and we'd like to communicate the opportunity to students graduating from your department this year who might be interested. Please download this PDF if interested.
We are looking for someone who has recently completed an undergraduate degree in economics or a related discipline and who intends to pursue a graduate degree in economics in 2-3 years. We can present such a job seeker with a stimulating and nurturing environment in which he/she can hone their programming skills, estimate econometric models, and co-author Issues in Brief and research papers under the guidance of Ph.D. economists. Here is a link to the job posting (http://bit.ly/IDlApB). Anthony Webb Center for Retirement Research at Boston College 258 Hammond Street Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Attn:2014 and 2015 Graduates
Visually is a venture-funded San Francisco-based start-up, with clients like UNESCO, the World Bank, Nike, Oracle, Deloitte, Dow Jones... National Geographic... well-known companies and organizations from any industry you can think of. It is a marketplace for data visualization and info-graphics, and the company is growing rapidly. We have positions open in Marketing, Sales, Engineering, Data Science, Operations, Finance... anything someone might be interested in terms of small business or building a business. The first-job opportunities are very unique because the is so small, and you get to take ownership in a lot of different areas and guide what you're doing. I am the second Dartmouth person to be involved with Visually and we are really eager to recruit more!
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Larissa Russell, '13.