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Chesterfield County Police Department Information Session

Tuesday, Oct. 29th, 3:00 - 3:50 pm 

Raleigh Building room 1013

Interested in local law enforcement? 

Come and learn about opportunities with the Chesterfield County Police Department. Let us know you are coming:


Boren Awards Information Session - November 4th

The National Scholarship Office (NSO) is hosting an information session about the Boren Awards in the NSO Conference Room (701 W. Grace Street, Room 1210), or you can join them online!

To attend, please go to to register (the link for online participation is included in the registration form).

For more information about the Boren Awards, go to, and email with any questions!

Mid-Atlantic Human Rights Regional Conference - Amnesty International USA

A human rights conference is coming to VCU This day-long conference on November 16, 2019 will bring together over three hundred activists from Virginia, DC, Maryland, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. 

We’ll begin our day hearing from the inspirational Ronnate Asirwatham, an advocacy director who led a global campaign to free her wrongfully imprisoned husband. Then we’ll have dozens of sessions and workshops to learn new skills and discuss human rights topics, and meeting spaces to share ideas, network, and make new friendships! Lunch will be served.

Online registration ends on Nov. 4th and we’re expecting a full house! Register now at

Putting Policy Into Action Panel Discussion

Join us for a panel discussion November 7th in Hibbs Hall, Room 407, from 5:30pm tp 7pm.  The panelists are David E. Brown, Director of the Virginia Department of Health Professions; Jenn Michelle Pedini, Executive Director of NORML; and Joseph Hilbert, Deputy Commissioner for Governmental and Regulatory Affairs at the Virginia Department of Health.

We hope to see you there!

See attached PDF.

Office of the Governor-Policy Office Intern

The Office of Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam seeks a motivated, detail-oriented, and energetic candidate for a student internship beginning in January 2020. The internship in the Governor’s
Policy Office will run concurrent with the Spring 2020 academic semester. Interns will observe the inner workings of the Governor’s Policy Office while gaining first-hand knowledge of the legislative process during the General Assembly’s 2020 Session. Qualified applicants should have strong interpersonal skills, the ability to manage multiple tasks, strong writing skills, a solid work ethic, and be very detail-oriented.

To apply, please send a resume and a cover letter to with the phrase “Internship Application: First name – Last Name” in the subject line. Please indicate
hours available to work in your cover letter.

Please save all documents by the following naming convention: “Resume-Firstname_Lastname” and “Cover-Letter-Firstname_Lastname.”

Deadline to submit applications: December 4, 2019.

See attached for details

PPIA Junior Summer Institutes Summer 2020 Application Closing Soon!

There's still time to apply to the Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institutes program!

Open to students graduating with their first bachelor's degree between December 2020 and August 2021.  All majors are welcome!

Applications must be submitted by Friday, November 1, 2019 at 11:59PM EST.

For more details and to apply, go to

Internships - The Funds for American Studies

The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) hosts Washington, DC – based Academic Internship Programs for undergraduate students each summer, fall and spring.

TFAS programs include academic credit from George Mason University, an internship placement and furnished housing in the heart of Washington, D.C. Students participate in a variety of exclusive guest lectures, site briefings as well as professional development and networking events. 

TFAS students leave Washington with 300+ hours of professional experience, an expanded network of contacts, and a greater understanding of the variety of career opportunities.

The deadline for the spring session is November 15th and the deadline for the summer session is December 10th -  for more details and to apply, go to

2019 Urban Institute Internship - PAID

The Urban Institute is now looking forward to adding enthusiastic and bright interns, who have strong interest in education policy, to its education data and policy center. This position will work as a full-time and part-time intern in Washington, DC.  The 2019 Urban Institute Internship is open to students with a degree in public policy, communications, education, journalism, and other related fields.

For more information and to apply, go to

2019 Ford Human Resources Internship

The 2019 Ford Human Resources Internship is open to first-year master’s students (MLIR, MSHR, MBA MPA or JD) and graduate students.

Deadline: Ongoing

Award Amount: Unpaid

Internship Type: Fulltime

For more information and to apply, go to

City Internships (CI) 2019-2020 Applications Now Open!

3 program formats. 9 career fields. 20 cities.  For 2020, CI offers programs in three formats.  

All programs are open to undergraduate and graduate students from any year and any major

Program locations: London, Dublin, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Shanghai, Tokyo, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Washington D.C., Boston, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco,  Medellin, and Santiago.

Internship placement career fields: Banking & financial services, Consulting & Professional services, Marketing, Advertising & PR, Law & Politics, Media, Entertainment & Journalism, Art, Fashion & Design, Start-ups & Entrepreneurship, Technology & Engineering, and Charities, Non-profits & NGOs.

Go to to apply!

For-Credit Summer Graduate Course-University of Maryland

THe University of Maryland School of Public Policy will offer a for-credit international graduate course where students will learn the tools of program evaluation and policy analysis. Classroom instruction will be provided by course instructors and guest faculty---complemented by meetings with senior officials of international organizations (including the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development).

This course is designed for doctoral, masters level, and advanced undergraduate students studying economics, education, public policy, public administration, and other social policy-related subjects such as international development, political science/governance, public health, social welfare, sociology, and urban planning.


  • Application Fee: 50 USD
  • Standard program fee: 3,800 USD
  • Enrollment Fee: 75 USD (for non-UMD students only)
  • The program fee includes registration and administration, tuition, housing, course
    related activities, and teaching services. Students are responsible for transportation
    (including to and from Paris, and also travel to and from Brussels and Strasbourg),
    meals, and other incidental expenses.

Applications will be accepted through March 1, 2020. Because space is limited, early application is encouraged. Students will be accepted on a rolling basis.

Please see the attached document for more information.

Employment Opportunities - United State Capitol Police (USCP)

The United States Capitol Police (USCP) is currently hiring for several civilian positions in our Command Center.  The USCP Command Center is very similar to an emergency operations center and is comprised of a number of high-level stakeholders who work together to protect the United States Capitol and surrounding areas in Washington, D. C.  We are looking for smart, competent and energetic individuals to fulfill the role of these very important positions:

  • Command Center Operation Specialist
  • Communication Operator (Dispatcher)

For more details and to apply, go to

Research Specialist - College of Humanities & Sciences Sponsored Programs Office

The College of Humanities and Sciences invites applicants to apply for the position of a Contract and Grants Specialist. This position is responsible for the day-to-day aspects of post-award research administration. This position reports to the Post-Award Research Administrator-Team Leader for Humanities and Sciences, provides support to the CH&S faculty and staff, Dean’s Office faculty and staff, and assists with coordinating the operations of the CH&S-SPO. This position’s duties include grants management activities (e.g. award verification, prior approvals, re-budgeting, monitoring effort reporting, ensuring the completion of monthly expenditure certifications in the Research Dashboard, coordinating closeout paperwork), maintaining records for CHS-SPO, and organizing post award files on the shared drive.

This position is open until filled.  For more details and to apply, go to

Executive Director - Richmond Peace Education Center

The Richmond Peace Education Center is seeking a skilled full-time Executive Director.  The Peace Center is a community-based nonprofit organization in Richmond, Virginia, dedicated to building just, inclusive, and nonviolent communities through education and action.  Through its programs and collaborations, the Center teaches peaceful conflict resolution, mobilizes people to stand up for justice, and empowers young people to be leaders for peace and community change.  The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, development, programs, finances, and communications of the organization, and for implementing the strategic direction set in consultation with the board.  The Executive Director oversees staff and interns.

Applications submitted by November 1st will receive priority attention.  To apply, go to, and email with any questions.

Mesa Police Department-Police Officer

The Mesa, AZ Police Department is actively recruiting and looking are looking to hire numerous police officer! The Mesa Police Department is accepting application for Police Officer Recruit now until Tuesday, December 3, 2019. For more information about the testing process to become a Mesa Police Officer Recruit visit our website MPDJOBS.COM.

Special accommodations are made for Out of State applicants, for more details on this please contact one of the recruiters at if you have any questions. 

Recruiting video:  

Probation Office Senior - Intake

The VA Department of Juvenile Justice is seeking a Probation Office Senior- Intake for Tazewell, VA. The Incumbent is responsible for providing intake services and counseling to individuals and families with identified needs. See the full description on the state jobs website: Job Posting Number: 1058502

Planner Position in Marathon, FL (Florida Keys)

Monroe County's Planning and Environmental Resources Department is seeking a Planner in the Marathon Office.



Bachelor Degree in Urban Planning or related field. Minimum of 6 months of prior related work/internship experience OR Master Degree in Urban and/or Regional Planning or related field.

For more information, click here:

GRTC Planning Intern

The GRTC Transit System in Richmond, VA seeks a current graduate student interested in the Mass Public Transportation Industry to assist the planning department. The Intern will assist the Planning Department Staff with transit operations analysis, primary and secondary data-gathering, report-writing, research, plan development for special projects and provide administrative support.

Salary: $16.00 per hour.

Candidates can apply at

The workweek is Monday-Friday, 29 hours per week.