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Career Bulletin

As of  September 17, 2021

MS ECON Weekly Career Bulletin September 17, 2021

  • Fall 2021 MS Econ Recruiting Events *Additional Updates* 
  • TAMU Fall 2021 Career Fairs *NEW*
  • On Campus and Part time Job opportunities * MULTIPLE UPDATES*
  • Job and Internship Postings 
  • MSC Start Northeast Tour (Law School Tour)
  • Liberal Arts Career Center Events and Weekly Email


Fall 2021 Recruiting Events

FBI (virtual)

Tuesday October 7th

Via Microsoft Teams

link coming soon

Join us as we meet with Gigi Joyner out of the Houston office where she will talk about the various career paths and opportunities that are specific to the skill set you are learning from the MS Economics program. Gigi gives a great and interactive presentation, and I highly suggest making time to join us.


BDO Full time and Internship positions (virtual)

Please join us for a recruiting session with BDO to hear about their Summer 2022 internship and full time positions.

Registration required

BDO delivers assurance, tax, and financial advisory services to clients throughout the country and around the globe. We offer numerous industry-specific practices, world-class resources, and an unparalleled commitment to meeting our clients’ needs. We currently serve more than 400 publicly traded domestic and international clients.

Customer Marketing Group Full time and Internship positions (In person)

Thursday September 30th

LASB 144

Lunch followed by a presentation with a meet and greet

12-2pm RSVP REQUIRED and limited spots available

Please RSVP for the event and after registering, please forward your most updated resume (or let me know to use your resume on file) to Paula Verdegaal at

For over 25 years, Customer Marketing Group has been working closely with manufacturers in the consumer packaged goods industry to advise them in defining and executing strategic decisions. CMG’s expertise lies in analyzing and managing the funds allocated to influencing retailer behavior, known in the industry as trade spending. Our team of Business Analyst economists and mathematicians, work alongside our experienced business leaders to assist clients in making the best possible decisions around the structure and application of trade spending, leading them to achieve a greater accuracy of results and quantifiable returns on investment.


ID: 168167  Full-Time Business Analyst in January 2022 (for graduates with Master’s degree)

ID: 168170  Part-Time Business Analyst in January 2022 (for students currently in Master’s program)

ID: 168376 Summer Analyst Intern (for students currently in Master’s program)

GM Financial Recruiting Event (In Person)

October 26, 2021

12:00-1:00 pm



If you are interested in speaking with GM Financial about their Summer 2022 Internship opportunties, please join us for an in person event located at the LASB building. Spots are limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible to secure a seat at this event. After registering, please send your updated resume (or let us know that we can use your resume on file) to Paula Verdegaal at paulav@tamu.eduThese positions are open to ALL students regardless of sponsorship need.



TAMU Fall 2021 Career Fairs

Business Career Fair (hybrid)
September 21 & 22, 10:00am-3:00pm, Reed Arena
Sponsored by the Business Student Council


Liberal Arts Career Fair (in-person)
September 22, 10:00am-3:00pm, MSC 2300 (Bethancourt Ballroom)

October 7, 2021 VIRTUAL Registration only required for the virtual option in October
Sponsored by the Texas A&M Career Center and the College of Liberal Arts


AGLS Career Fair (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences) (in-person)
September 23, 10:00am-3:00pm, MSC 2300 (Bethancourt Ballroom)
Sponsored by Texas A&M Career Center and COALS Council
Sign Up:


Retailing Career Fair (in-person)
September 23, 10:00am-3:00pm, Texas A&M Hotel & Conference Center
Sponsored by the Center for Retailing Studies


Retailing Career Fair (virtual)
September 24, 9:00am-1:00pm
Sponsored by the Center for Retailing Studies


PAID Career Fair (virtual)
September 30, 9:00am-1:00pm
Sponsored by the Professional Association for Industrial Distribution


AGLS Career Fair (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences) (virtual)
October 6, 9:00am-4:00pm
Sponsored by Texas A&M Career Center and COALS Council



On Campus and Part time Opportunities:

Graduate Proctor/Reader/Scribe

College Station, Texas, United States – Part Time Student Employment

ID: 164731 – Apply at Job For Aggies



This position is responsible for proctoring exams at the Disability Resources Testing Center (DRTC). Graduate Proctors will work as a team with DRTC staff to process exams, answer student inquiries, and provide coverage at the DRTC. Additionally, Graduate Proctors will provide Exam Reader/Scribe accommodations to students by reading their exam questions aloud, recording/writing down student answers on an exam, or bubbling in scantrons for many different subject areas. This position reports to the Graduate Proctor Coordinator and may receive direction from other DRTC staff. Applicants should be passionate about providing excellent service, solving problems, professional development, and working as a team.


Teaching Assistant – Bush School

A profesor at the Bush School is teaching PSAA 621 this fall and is looking for an econ masters student who could serve as a teaching assistant. Interested students can find the job posting at the Jobs For Aggies website, job posting #166160.

Graduate Assistant with the Student Organization Finance Center (SOFC)

The Student Organization Finance Center (SOFC) is looking for a Graduate Assistant to perform auditing. The position requires a background/coursework in accounting. If you are interested in this position, please email your resume and course schedule to

Please keep in mind these positions fill quickly, so if you are interested, don’t wait to apply.

Student Worker positions at the University Libraries:

Work for the University Libraries!

The University Libraries are looking for Student Workers!

The Libraries are one of the largest employers of students on campus and we currently have many positions to fill for summer and fall.

Students like working at the Libraries because:

  • We have multiple locations across campus that are convenient to you
  • We offer flexible schedules including split-shifts, mornings, afternoons and evenings
  • We offer scholarship opportunities to our student workers
  • Long-term workers qualify for raises
  • You can find work behind the scenes or work directly with the public
  • You will receive formal evaluations that can help you with future job searches
  • Many of our positions will support your work with your major
  • We are a fun place with cool things!

For more information about student employment at Texas A&M and what jobs are available in the Libraries, visit

Instructions on finding Library Jobs

Go to Search

Position Type: Part Time Employment

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Position Category: Library

If you need further assistance, please reach out to Sonia Gonzalez in the Libraries Business Office at

Jobs for Aggies:

If you are looking for a part time job, make sure to check out Jobs for Aggies. There are always new listings for departments on campus that are looking for student workers. On campus positions sponsored by TAMU are almost always open to ALL students (international and domestic). Another benefit to on campus work is that they will be flexible with your academic schedule. Off campus positions are posed here as well, but these positions will vary in their ability to hire International students.

We have had recruiters tell us that when you are starting to build your resume, demonstrating that you were able to balance work, life and school with a part time job is a good indicator of success. It also gives you a chance to build contacts, get a great work reference from someone who is currently your supervisor and gain valuable on the job skills. You don’t have to necessarily have a job that it economics related while you are in school to gain multiple benefits from it. Currently there are 148 positions posted on Jobs for Aggies.

Check out Jobs for Aggies here You do not need to create an account to browse the jobs, but you will need to if you decide to apply.


Internships and Job Postings:

Multiple Internship positions, Summer 2022, KPMG:

KPMG applications are open for internship and full-time positions! Apply on our website,, through September 21st. You can also use the “match your degree” tool on our site to determine which jobs you might be eligible for. Please contact Sarah Hall at with any questions!

Labor Stragegy & Analysis Intern -Spring 2022, Southwest Airlines:

As a member of the Labor Relations Department, the Labor Strategy & Analysis Intern will be focused on supporting the Labor Relations Strategy Team in the ongoing development and execution of the negotiating strategy to maintain the Company’s competitive advantage. Apply for this position and see many other open intern and full time positions direcly on their job search site.

Business Intern, Charwells Higher Ed at Texas A&MUniversity

You will be working closely with the leaders in the hospitality group at Texas A&M, developing skills and competencies to understand what is needed to be successful in the world of hospitality. You will gain valuable experience in the following areas: operations, marketing, administration, guest services, problem resolution, planning and implementation of innovation and client relationship skills. This internship involves hands on experiences which will provide many opportunities for your personal success in a career of hospitality.

Business Intern, Chartwells Higher Ed / Texas A&M in COLLEGE STATION, Texas | Chartwells Higher Education (

FBI- Internsips and Full time

Honors Internship Program

The Honors Internship Program (HIP) is for students with a 3.0 GPA or higher who attend college full-time as an undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctoral student.  Unfortunately, the HIP will not be open to freshman and sophomores this year due to COVID-19 and Intern hiring will be limited.  The HIP application window is from 9/13/2021-10/17/2021 for placement for the following summer.  The FBI will use the HIP to offer successful Interns full-time entry-level positions.  Some of these positions are Program Analyst, Budget Analyst, Security Specialist and Police Officers at FBI Headquarters in Washington DC and Operational Support Technician, Information Technology Specialist, Electronic Technician Trainee and Computer Scientist positions in the Field.


Collegiate Hiring Initiative

The FBI’s Collegiate Hiring Initiative (CHI) recruits graduating seniors or individuals who have undergraduate, graduate or PhD degrees with a 3.0 GPA or higher for full-time, entry-level positions.  This allows recent graduates an opportunity to explore and transition into the many exceptional career paths the FBI has to offer.  For the 2022 CHI, students must graduate by June 2022. The CHI application window is 8/30/2021-9/30/2021.  Some of these positions are:  Computer Scientist, Data Analyst, Digital Operations Specialist, Electronics Technician, IT Specialist, Budget Analyst, Security Specialist, Human Resource Specialist and Management and Program Analyst.

Please see for complete details on these initiatives and employment.  All applicants (HIP, CHI, and Special Agent) apply at


Disney College Program

This year, a Disney College Program is more than just valuable experience and magical moments. Beginning in October 2021, program participants will not only celebrate but help bring to life The World’s Most Magical Celebration as the Walt Disney World® Resort commemorates its 50th anniversary.

Whether in food and beverage or attractions, custodial or merchandise, all roles will play a part in this magical celebration. Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of it! Today, applications open for the Disney College Program with arrival dates as early as October.

Ready to be part of the this magical milestone? Apply now!

Of course, you’ll still find everything else the Disney College Program has to offer. You’ll  become part of the magic that is known worldwide, gain on-the-job experience working in our parks and resorts, participate in unique learning experiences, and have the opportunity to meet and live with people from all over the world in our new housing community, Flamingo Crossings Village.

This truly unique five-to-seven month program allows you to network with leaders, take part in personal and career development activities, and build transferable skills such as problem-solving, teamwork, guest service and effective communication.

Program arrival dates start as early as October, and departure dates will be throughout June 2022.

For more details, please view the Disney College Program posting. Good luck, and we look forward to considering your application!

Disney Programs Recruitment

Questions? View our Frequently Asked Questions | Disney Programs Support


MSC Stark Northeast Tour

Application deadline is September 26, 2021

This year, we plan on visiting the University of Chicago, Northwestern, Harvard, Yale University, New York University, Columbia University, and the University of Pennsylvania.  This trip will afford students the opportunity to visit with the recruiting administrators and current students of the schools, as well as socialize with former students at various receptions and events. In preparation for the trip, we work with students to build professional development skills that they will be able to use after the trip, some subjects include resume building, networking, and elevator pitches. They will also be able to observe actual law and business classes and tour the campuses and cities.

Please see additional details and apply directly on their website

Stark NE Tour – MSC Student Programs (



Liberal Arts Career Center Weekly Email and Events

Virtual Mock Interview Day – Monday, September 13th from 11am-3pm in HireAggies on

  • To register and attend on the day of, please visit:
  • Take advantage of our Virtual Mock Interview tool in your HireAggies account to practice before and after the event.

NASA Informational Events: NASA is looking for our liberal arts students to apply to their positions.  After talking with the recruiters, there are many opportunities to get involved with NASA and this event is a great opportunity for our students to learn more.  There will be many folks visiting us from NASA on the day of and will conclude with a workshop to enhance their resume before applying.  Please share this opportunity within your networks and to your students.


Event Name: NASA Johnson Space Center Informational

Event Date: Monday, September 13

Event Time: 2pm-4pm

Event Mode: Hybrid – In-person & Microsoft Teams

Event In-person: MSC 2300 A & B

Register for online:

Description: NASA is embarking on important missions, both on Earth and beyond, and are looking for talent to help them get there. Join us for this event to learn more about NASA and the Artemis Program to landing humans on the Moon in 2024. Additionally, there will be a panel discussion of former students that work at NASA to share their experiences and the breadth of opportunities for all majors. We will conclude with a workshop to prepare your resume for applications.

This is an opportunity to learn and prepare to join NASA on the vision “To discover and expand knowledge for the benefit of humanity.”


From the Liberal Arts Career Center representatives

Instead of sending over every opportunity we have once we see it, we are going to send it all in a weekly email to see if that helps students read the information (and our amazing advisors distributing it as well!). We are going to have an optional listserv that individuals can join so they get the information immediately, and we are going to put all academic advisors in the listserv so that you still get our updates and can forward the information as appropriate as well. We are going to send a bulk email request encouraging students to sign up in the next week, and we encourage you to let them know to join as well! It is for all Career Related events and opportunities that LBAR students qualify for. We welcome any students, staff, and faculty to join the listserv. They can join the listserv by emailing me at their TAMU email address.

Paula Verdegaal (she/her/hers) |

Program Coordinator II|

Department of Economics |Texas A&M University

4228 TAMU | 208 Liberal Arts & Social Science Building (LASB)

2935 Research Pkwy

College Station, TX 77843

979.458.1671 |

To make an appointment: