“Study Abroad in the UK and Ireland – Summer ” Info Session
Tues, Oct. 28
International Center Lounge
Are you interested in studying abroad in England, Scotland or Ireland this coming summer? How would you like to study Economics or Business at the U. of Cambridge, U. of Sussex, or the London School of Economics? Come to this info session to learn about the numerous study abroad opportunities available in the UK and Ireland during the Summer.
Available: Entry-level bank examiner position ( Financial Institution Specialist) with the FDIC. The posting closes on November 13, 2014, and is available to students that have graduated within 2 years of the date of the application or by June 30, 2015.
Students can apply on Port Triton (job #793612).
Job Title: Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)
Locations: Approximately 100 positions to be filled at multiple locations (see reverse side)
Duration: 3-4 year training program leading to professional certification as a commissioned bank examiner (upon successful completion of an initial two-year excepted service appointment under the FDIC’s Recent Graduates Program, trainees will be non-competitively converted to a permanent career appointment to complete the remainder of the training program).
Compensation: Salaries start at $53,015-$71,415 per annum, depending on location, with regular salary increases and an excellent vacation and benefits package.
This page provides links to full-time job listings for bachelor’s degree candidates, graduate students, or post-docs, where a substantial share of the work involves assisting economics researchers prepare papers for publication in academic journals, through, for example, collection and analysis of datasets or field research.
Positions typically have an expected duration of 1 to 3 years, and typically give priority to candidates looking to continue to the next stage of their academic career upon completion of the position. This page does not include listings for jobs that utilize economic analysis for purposes other than academic research, such as economics consulting firms and financial services firms; university career offices typically manage these postings.
Come join us for an inspirational evening! Featuring keynote speaker Walter O’Brien, a short film “Risking Aspirations”, and a musical performance by Melody Noel. Come early for free food and networking.
Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
5:45 – 9:00 PM at Beyster Auditorium, Rady School of Management
Event Map: http://challenge.ucsd.edu/beyster-auditorium-map
Space is available on a first come first serve basis.
Walter O’Brien (aka “Scorpion”) is the founder of ScorpionComputerServices.com and ConciergeUp.com, a global think tank for hire that provides intelligence on demand as a concierge service for ANY funded need. Scorpion has created over 177 unique technology inventions is a national coding champion and competed in the Olympics in informatics. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security certified Walter as being of National Interest to the United States and granted him an Extraordinary Abilities Visa EB1-1.
Walter is the Executive Producer of “Scorpion” the CBS TV show which is inspired by Walter O’Brien’s life. The show airs every Monday night at 9pm on CBS after Big Bang Theory. Produced by Kurtzman & Orci (Transformers, Spiderman, Star Trek) and Directed by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious) the Scorpion TV Drama is inspired by Walter O’Brien’s life and begins showing Walter hacking into NASA at 13 years old.
See full event details HERE