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MS ECON Weekly Career Newsletter January 26, 2023

  • Department of Economics Events
  • Spring 2023 Career Fairs and other TAMU Events
  • Internship, Job and PhD Postings
  • College of Arts and Science Career Center Updates

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Department of Economics Events*

*These events are all eligible for credit toward scholarship requirements

  • Economics Career Night brought to you by Merit Advisors (multiple recruiters!)
    • February 8th, 6:00-8:00pm, LASB and GGB
    • Current attendees include:
      • American Airlines
      • Northwestern Mutual
      • FBI
      • Merit Advisors
      • Citgo
      • Berkeley Research Group
      • BVA Group
      • Charles River Associates
      • GM Financial
      • Pre-Law Advisors from the Career Center
      • Reynolds and Reynolds Sales Leadership Institue from Mays Business School
  • Public Policy Internship Program Information SessionJoin us for FREE PIZZA and a short session about the amazing opportunities/internships offered by the PPIP at Texas A&M University. As one of Texas A&M University’s premier leadership and development opportunities, the Public Policy Internship Program (PPIP) provides a unique opportunity for students to combine academics with policy knowledge and professional work experience. Through PPIP, undergraduate and graduate students actively participate in the policy process at the state, national or international level. Our credit-bearing internship program is offered year-round, allowing students to participate in the fall, spring or summer semesters. Whether interning in Washington, D.C., Austin, Texas or one of our various European locations, students walk away from their internship semester with a better understanding of their individual strengths and professional goals.Most importantly, experienced staff works with students every step of the way to help provide a meaningful learning experience.Please RSVP for this event 

    Date: Friday February 3, 2023

    Time: 12:00-1:00pm

    Location: LASB 144

    PPIP interns receive many program benefits, including:

    • academic credit,
    • professional development and support,
    • free housing in Washington, DC, and
    • opportunities to expand their resumé and grow their knowledge of the policy-making process!

    Participants in our Washington, D.C. program are placed in policy-related internships within their individual areas of interest, including federal agencies, advocacy groups, or think tanks. As one of Texas A&M’s premier leadership & development programs, PPIP is a great opportunity for your students to experience the policy-making process that will shape the industries in which they will later work.

    We have a few other ways in which your students may learn more about our program:

    • Zoom Informationals on Tuesday, February 7
    • In-person Informational on Thursday, February 2
      • 5:30 pm in MSC 1400
    • Find us on social media!
  • Popup Resume Workshop provided by the Career CenterStop by LASB between 9:30am-12:00pm on Thursday February 2nd for a pop up resume workshop. Experienced staff from the Career Center will be on hand to review resumes and answer any questions you may have about their services and upcoming career fairs. We look forward to seeing you then! Additional details can be found on their website.

Date: Thursday February 2nd

Time: 9:30-12:00pm

Location: 1st floor lobby of LASB

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Spring 2023 Career Fairs and other TAMU Events

Mark your calendars!

Some of the Spring 2023 Career Fairs have already been announced:

Arts and Sciences Career Fair (in-person)
Day 1: Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities – January 31, 10:00am-3:00pm, MSC 2300 (Bethancourt Ballroom)
Day 2: Life and Physical Sciences – February 1, 10:00am-3:00pm, MSC 2300 (Bethancourt Ballroom)
Sponsored by Texas A&M Career Center
Contact: Jasmine Zenn, jzenn@exchange.tamu.edu

 

AGLS Career Fair (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences) (in-person) I will be in attendance recruiting for our program. Come find our booth to say hi, take a break and see if we have any booths that we can recommend you check out 
February 2, 10:00am-3:00pm, MSC 2300 (Bethancourt Ballroom)
Sponsored by Texas A&M Career Center and COALS Council
Sign Up: http://aglscareerfair.tamu.edu
Contact: Whitney Hinze, aglscareerfair@tamu.edu

 

Business Career Fair (in-person)* I will be in attendance recruiting for our program. Come find our booth to say hi, take a break and see if we have any booths that we can recommend you check out 
February 8 & 9, 10:00am-3:00pm, Kyle Field – Ford Hall of Champions
Sponsored by the Business Student Council
Contact:  cfair@mays.tamu.edu

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Internship, Job and PhD Postings

Traditions Wealth Advisors-Year Long Internship Program:

We have had multiple students secure internships with Traditions Wealth Advisors in the past few years. Their applications are now open for the next year’s set of interns. They hire for Financial Analyst Intern, Accounting Intern and Financial Planning Interns.  If you are interested, please check out their website and then email your resume to Michael Maerz at michael@TraditionsWealthAdvisors.com

TIP Strategies- Economic Development Intern Summer 2023

TIP Strategies is an economic development consulting firm in Austin, Texas and we have an opening for an Intern this summer. TIP’s core competencies are strategic planning for economic development, talent strategies, organizational development, resiliency planning, and equity initiatives. Attached is the job description and how to apply.  The information is also posted here: https://tipstrategies.com/hiring  They confirmed that while there is no official deadline, I would recommend applying as soon as possible if you are interested. Please see their linked flyer for additional details.

Goldman Sachs Finance/Revenue Business Information Sessions:

At Goldman Sachs, we believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We seek out people with all types of skills, interests, and experiences. Even if you have never imagined a career in finance, there’s a place for you here. 

 

For us, it’s all about bringing together people who are curious, collaborative and have the drive to make things possible for our clients and communities. 

 

Join the Goldman Sachs University Relations Team as we share high level information about revenue businesses and answer any of your questions regarding campus recruiting! 

 

Interested? We’d love to meet you – join us at our upcoming virtual events to meet us and learn more about the opportunities we offer. 

 

Please plan to attend only one session as the same information will be presented at each event. We suggest registering and attending the date and time that works best for you. 

 

See dates, times and registration links below: 

 

Thursday, February 9, 2023 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST  | Register here

Wednesday, February 15, 2023 | 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EST | Register here

Friday, February 24, 2023 | 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM EST | Register here

Tuesday, February 28, 2023 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST | Register here

Monday, March 6, 2023 | 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM EST | Register here

Wednesday, March 15, 2023 | 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM EST | Register here

Thursday, March 23, 2023 | 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM EST | Register here

Tuesday, March 28, 2023 | 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EST | Register here

 

Whole Foods 

Multiple Summer Internships

Some things to know about our internships:

  • All internships are based in Austin, TX (no remote internships)
  • We do not currently provide housing or relocation assistance
  • The internships are all 30-40 hours per week and are paid hourly
  • Interns are NOT benefits eligible, but will receive the 20% store discount through the duration
  • Internships are 12 weeks and will run 6/5/2023-8/25/2023
  • Postings will close on Sunday, January 29th at midnight To learn more about our internship program, visit this page: https://careers.wholefoodsmarket.com/corporate/global/en/intern

Customer Marketing Group

Summer 2023 Internship

HireAggies.com

Analyst Intern

ID: 233648

Customer Marketing Group Information

For more than 25 years, Customer Marketing Group (CMG) has helped leading and emerging consumer packaged goods brands maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of their retail customer investments.

How do we do it? A dedicated team with exceptional analytical rigor and real world industry experience fully focuses its expertise on the complex job of optimizing all retailer related activity and spending. CMG team members don’t just provide analysis and advice, we are seasoned practitioners who help clients navigate the rapidly evolving retail environment to achieve their financial objectives.

Customer markering group has hired our students in the past and their internships can be a pipeline for a full time position.

STATA (based in College Station)

Econometrics Intern Summer 2023

Statistics Intern Summer 2023

TAMU

Data Analyst

Fordham University’s School business PhD program

For anyone considering a PhD program that would begin in Fall 2023, please see the information on Fordham University’s School business PhD program

This full-time, research-intensive program offers students an opportunity to study alongside leading scholars in the heart of Manhattan. Our students envision themselves as someday becoming professors at some of the best universities in the world, and our unique program is designed to help them achieve this dream.

The Gabelli School PhD Program is fully-funded. The current funding package includes tuition remission and a $35,000 annual stipend. Our aim is to fully support our students so that they can focus on earning their degrees.

http://www.fordham.edu/info/25010/phd_program

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College of Arts and Science Career Center Updates

 Graduate Student Career Services January Newsletter

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RELEVANT CAREER CENTER EVENTS (tx.ag/cceventcalendar)

CAREER/MAJOR-RELATED OPPORTUNITIES

Arts and Sciences Career Fair

The Career Center in conjunction with the College of Arts and Sciences is hosting the Arts and Sciences Career Fair on Tuesday, January 331st and Wednesday, February 1st. All majors are encouraged to attend. Professional Headshots, courtesy of the Arts and Sciences Marketing and Communications team, will be available in the ballroom from 10 am-12 pm. If you want to attend and ensure your resume is inputted into a virtual resume book, register through HireAggies here. To learn more about the employers coming and common questions, click here

Disney Virtual Events

Disney has a variety of online webinars until mid-February. Discover the opportunities available at Disney through the Disney College Program, Professional Internships, and more! There are numerous events for you to participate in happening in the next month. To see all of the information, click here.

Cargill Career Pathways Virtual Event Series

Join Cargill recruiters and professionals this January for their virtual Cargill Career Pathways event. By exploring day-to-day responsibilities, impactful projects, and various career paths, you will leave the event with all the knowledge necessary to start a successful career. To see the dates, times, and registration links, click here.

Arts and Sciences Drop-Ins

The Arts and Sciences Career Services teams will be holding drop-ins weekly for our students where you can come in for quick questions, resume/cover letter/CV reviews, and any other career advising that you need. These will be held on Fridays from 8:30-11 am. You are welcome to join any Friday at the drop-in link: tx.ag/dropins