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Career Bulletin

As of  October 29, 2021

MS ECON Weekly Career Bulletin October 29, 2021

  • Fall 2021 MS Econ Recruiting Events *Additional Updates and new In person events*
  • On Campus and Part time Job opportunities * MULTIPLE UPDATES*
  • Job and Internship Postings 
  • Liberal Arts Career Center Events and Weekly Email


Fall 2021 Recruiting Events

Reynolds & Reynolds

November 10


MSC 2504

Join us in person at the MSC, Room 2504 as we meet with Austin Smith from Reynolds and Reynolds. He is going to talk to us about the part time, full time and internship opportunities that are avilable for students with your skill set. Please RSVP for this event



On Campus and Part time Opportunities:

Mandarin or Korean speaking Graduate student needed for work the Moral Development Lab
The Moral Development (MD) Lab led by Dr. Allegra Midgette (Visiting Assistant Professor and ACES Fellow in Psychological and Brain Sciences) is looking for a graduate student who can analyze data in Mandarin Chinese or Korean to participate in one of the Lab’s projects starting Spring 2022. This is a paid position (10 hours a week). The project we will be working on is on Chinese, South Korean, and American children’s and families’ reasoning about the gendered division of housework within heterosexual families. This project’s research questions will include: a) how do individuals make sense of care and who should care within the family? b) what is a fair division of household labor? and c) how do children make sense of gender roles within the family?

If interested or if you have any questions please contact, Dr. Midgette at:

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.


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

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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:

Just as a reminder, students can earn up to 6 credits (2 courses worth) of ECON 684 toward their master’s degree during any semester, however the most common time to do an internship is the summer. Major companies are currently conducting their search process for summer 2022 right now.
I encourage all students to pursue an internship as a part of their degree as it gives you hands on experience, can help you earn credit and helps you build your resume in order to make you more competitive on the job market as you get closer to graduation. Also keep in mind that internships can result in a full time job offer if the student and the company are a good match for each other. I have already seen multiple students with full time offers from their recent summer internships to confirm this. If you are an international student and have been discouraged by the lack of opportunities open to those with CPT/OPT or require sponsorship, I want to make you aware of the many opportunities that I have found that I would encourage you to apply for. This is not an exhaustive list but just a fraction of the opportunities that I found for all students. I highly encourage all students to look at these internships and also search on your own on handshake Handshake ( This is a reputable site for internships and entry level positions for students. Many of the employers that I bring in also post here as well.
A fraction of the internships found on Handshakes website:

Internships and Full time that are open to sponsorship/OPT/CPT:
Data Scientist Summer Intern | eBay | Handshake ( open to international students, postings in Austin, tx San Jose, CA, San Francisco, CA New York, NY and others
Business Intelligence Engineer 2022 | Amazon | Handshake ( Open to sponsorship
Data Science Internship (Graduate) – Boston, MA – Summer 2022 | Liberty Mutual Insurance | Handshake ( Open to sponsorship
PIMCO 2022 Summer Internship: Technology Analyst, Client Data Science Analyst | PIMCO | Handshake (
Campus Graduate – 2022 Finance Data Science Summer Internship | American Express | Handshake (
Data Science Associate – Intern | ZS Associates | Handshake ( plus additional fluency in at least one European or Asian language is desirable
Data Analyst Intern – 2022 Summer | TikTok | Handshake (

Required to be a Permanent resident or U.S. Citizen:
2022 Global Finance & Business Management Analyst Program – Summer Analyst Opportunity | JPMorgan Chase & Co. | Handshake (
2022 AI & Data Science Summer Analyst Program | JPMorgan Chase & Co. | Handshake (
Business Process Analyst Intern | Viasat Inc | Handshake (
Intern – Business Area Supply Chain Analyst | Ball Aerospace | Handshake (
Bell | 2022 Summer Intern – Business Analyst | Textron | Handshake (
Business Systems Analyst Intern – Summer 2022 | McKesson Corporation | Handshake (
Data Scientist Summer Intern | CUNA Mutual Group | Handshake (

Charles Rivers Associates -Internship and Full time positions open to ALL students!!

These roles are both listed on the Texas A&M Simplicity Career Center website/portal. We are hiring both positions into our College Station, TX office (as well as many other offices).

In addition, we will be hosting a virtual CRA Information Session on the following nights where attendees will have the opportunity to join breakout rooms and speak directly with consultants from many of our practice areas:

  • Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 1:00 pm ET/6:00 pm BST – click here to register
  • Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 1:00 pm ET/6:00 pm GMT – click here to register

City of College Station-Multiple Internships for Spring 2022
The city of college station has new internships posted for Spring 2022 if anyone would be interested in earning ECON 684 credit in the spring semester. You will need to apply directly on the City of College Station Website. Some of the open positions include:

Development Coordination Intern
Internal Audit Intern
Planning Intern
Public Works GIS Intern
Risk Management Intern

Opportunity Insights- Pre-Doctoral Fellowships
Opportunity Insights is looking to hire several students for our Opportunity Insights pre-doctoral fellowship program for positions beginning in summer 2022. These full-time positions will be based in Cambridge, MA. Pre-doctoral fellows will work closely with John Friedman (Brown), Nathan Hendren (Harvard), and me, as well as our collaborators at Harvard and other universities. We are looking for students to work with us for 2 years after they graduate from college (or a Masters program). In addition to working as research assistants, the pre-doctoral fellows often co-author papers with other students or faculty in a team-oriented lab environment. The program thus serves as a good bridge between college and graduate school for students interested in applied microeconomics. Further details and application instructions are available on this website. We’d be very grateful if you could forward this message to any of your students or others who might be interested. Please note that our fall application deadline is October 19, 2021 (with the possibility of a second application round in Spring 2022)

Quantitative Fellowship Program at the Federal Reserve

The QFP is a two-year rotational program designed to develop candidates with strong analytical skills into full-time quantitative analysts within the Federal Reserve System.

Multiple Internships, Southwest Airlines:

Please see Southwest Airlines job search site  as there are still multiple internships still open for Summer 2022. These include Market Data Science Intern, Revenue Management Intern and Employee Insights Analyst Intern.


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


Liberal Arts Career Center Weekly Email and Events

Tesla Opportunities

Tesla has a wide range of opportunities and are beginning both workshops and information sessions in October. To learn more, click here.

Capital One Fall 2021 Events

Capital One is hosting a variety of virtual events across the fall, aimed at supporting students as they continue to navigate the recruiting process. Capital One has a landing page where you can view all upcoming events and register for each session individually (professional development, info sessions, case workshops, skill building and much more) – here

NASA Pathways and NASA Office of STEM Engagement (OSTEM) internship programs 

NASA is beginning to recruit for their internship programs. They have internships for all majors and a variety of fields.You can also learn about their information sessions and available internships/programs here.

Fall 2021 Virtual Graduate Career Panel Series
We invite all master’s and doctoral students to attend the October virtual career panels!  Learn from professionals about a diversity of career options for graduate students. The registration links are below. Please share your questions in your registration. By attending a panel and completing a G.R.A.D.Aggies reflection, you can receive one PDU credit towards a G.R.A.D.Aggies Professional Development Certificate.


Ann Kellett | Senior Writer at Texas A&M University

Ian Hallagan | Heritage & Folk Arts Specialist for Bear River Heritage Area

Kevin Lally | Head of Architectural Design at Rolex America

Jason Puckett | Principal Producer, Global Brand & Experiences at Sabre Corporation

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 |

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