Stanford grad-school workshop for under-represented groups

Stanford GSB launches 2-day program targeted at undergrads interested in doctoral programs in business/soc sci fields, to promote diversity and broaden access to info/career guidance. Diversity broadly defined, incl gender, application info here:


Summer Abroad Program and Internships for Business, Economics and Communications students

Greetings Economics students,

Earn 8 units this summer while studying or interning abroad!

  • Open to all UCSD students (freshman through graduating seniors)
  • UCSD summer financial aid applies
  • Courses/Internships are in English

Create an online interest profile to receive email updates about programs that interest you (it only takes a minute!). In addition to the internships below, we have 30+ faculty-led programs in over 20 countries scheduled for summer 2018!

 Summer Abroad Internships in Business & Communication
Locations: Prague, Tokyo, Hong Kong or New Zealand (Auckland, Wellington)
Students gain hands-on experience aligned with their personal, professional and academic goals, in a range of fields, including Marketing, Accounting, Communications, Advertising, Public Relations, Hospitality and Tourism, and more.

France, Fashion Marketing in Paris

Courses: Textiles and Clothing (TXC) 173 & 198

A defining experience for anyone interested in fashion and marketing.

UK, At the Crossroads of Gender and Communication

Courses: Communication (CMN) 111 & 198

Consider how men and women communicate as you engage with culture, art, history, and the city of London.

Visit us online for more courses in culture, history, literature, the arts, sciences and more!

Let us know if you have any questions. We’re happy to help!

Happy Travels!

Associate Economist (Research Assistant) at Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Associate Economist (Research Assistant)
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Interactive website:

Job Summary:
Conducts statistical and economic analyses of current macroeconomic, microeconomic, and regional data, andprovides research support for the economists. The level of work required is considered entry-level and staff work under direct supervision. This job has no direct reports. This position is structured as part of a two-year program.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
*Supports the economists in their basic and applied research by following instructions to perform tasks including collecting data, conducting moderately complex statistical analysis, writing statistical software programs, and organizing the presentation of results
*Researches economic topics for economists’ articles; on some of these occasions, the efforts will be substantial enough to constitute collaboration with the economists (or department management), leading to jointly authored articles
*Prepares a variety of charts, tables, and descriptive text for Department management or other staff economists to use in their briefings of the President and the Board of Directors
*Follows instructions to research and organize background materials for presentations to the President;responds to other System-wide directives and requests
*Performs other duties as requested
Education and Experience:
*Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance, Business, Mathematics, or related field with emphasis on quantitative and/or analytical skills
Application Requirements:
*To be considered, all applications must include a Cover Letter, Resume, Unofficial Transcripts, and Letter of Recommendation
*Applicants must be U.S. Citizens or hold green cards with the intent to become a U.S. Citizen