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Next Week in Career Services, April 20th


1. Prepare to Job Hunt
2. Summer Opportunity in Intelligence Analysis
3. Department of Commerce Internship
4. Five Tips for Job Hunting during a Recession

1. Prepare to Job Hunt

Are you getting ready to job hunt? Check out Career Services' resources to 
help you along the way.
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2. Graduate Student Summer Opportunity in Intelligence Analysis
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) is seeking 
about 30 highly motivated graduate students interested in careers in 
intelligence analysis to study and work with currently serving analysts 
during an intensive two-week residential seminar in Washington D.C. 
Students will interact with frontline analysts working high profile 
intelligence issues, engage with senior Intelligence Community (IC) 
managers, with senior policymakers and eminent experts, and make site 
visits to IC agencies for in-depth analytic sessions.

The National Security Analysis Summer Seminar will be held July 13-24 and 
will address the theme: "Political Instability - International Systems in 
Transition." Travel expenses, room and board, course materials and a 
$1,000 stipend will be paid. The seminar's co-sponsors are the Deputy 
Director of National Intelligence for Analysis/National Intelligence 
Council Chairman and the Office of the Intelligence Community Centers of 
Academic Excellence. Application deadline is April 30.
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3. Department of Commerce Internship

Hurry! There's still time, but you must act now! The Department of 
Commerce (DOC) is looking for students in the D.C. metro area majoring in 
geography, computer science, information systems, web design, statistics 
or social sciences.

Selected students will participants in the DOC Student Internship for 
Postsecondary Students for approximately 10 weeks. These internships offer 
students the opportunity to participate in hands-on education and training 
related to their fields of interest and the DOC.

Benefits: weekly stipend of $450 for undergraduates, $550 for graduate 
students; $125 per week housing allowance and limited travel 
reimbursement; accidental medical expense coverage provided.

Interested students must be U.S. citizens. Applications are due by April 
22. You may fax your unofficial transcript, two references, resume and 
application to Alicia Wells at 865-241-5220.
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4. Five Tips for Job Hunting during a Recession
Article by Gina Chung on

Job hunting can be a challenging process at times. Searching for a job 
during a recession may prove to be even more demanding as lay offs 
continue and the economy deteriorates. Here are 5 tips on how to find a 
job during these difficult times.