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MARCH 31, 2014, Vol. 35, No.

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April Calendar of Events (Click here for additional events and details.) What When Small Business Career and Internship Fair Tuesday, April 1, 4pm-7pm SEC-ACC Virtual Career Fair Tuesday, April 1-3 Careers in Nonprofits Thursday, April 3, 6:00pm Terry Series: Backpack to BriefcaseTuesday, April 8, 3:30pm Managing Your Money GACE College-to-Career Fair Tuesday, April 15, 11am-3pm

Where Tate Grand Hall REGISTER NOW MLC 148 MLC 102 Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta, GA

HIGHLIGHTS 1. Small Business Career and Internship Fair 2. SEC-ACC Virtual Career Fair 3. Careers in Nonprofits 4. AMA Presents The Marketing Summit: What Can I Do with a Degree in Marketing? 5. Franklin College Maymester "Boot Camp" in Entrepreneurial Leadership in the Arts and Sciences 6. Encompass Recruiting Job Fair 7. Teaching English in Peru 8. University Judiciary Presents: How to Brand Yourself 9. The Career Prep Internship Program with Management Leadership for Tomorrow 10. Interested in a career in non-profits? 11. GACE College to Career Fair 12. Thinc. Week 2014 Signature Events 13. Inspiring Local Careers: Sustainable Athens 14. D Magazine Internships 15. Would you like to make a difference in the world? 16. Atlanta Hawks/Philips Arena Course Credit Internship Program

17. Public Service and Outreach Student Scholars Program 18. Interning in New York City? Where Are You Going To Live? 19. Internships 20. Part-Time Jobs 21. Full-Time Jobs 22. Government & Nonprofit 23. Disclaimers 24. Unsubscribe 1. SMALL BUSINESS CAREER AND INTERNSHIP FAIR Tuesday, April 1, 4:00pm-7:00pm, Tate Student Center, Grand Hall - 5th Floor Are you still seeking a full-time job or summer internship? Check out this free event to connect with employers! The UGA Career Center has partnered with the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce to offer this new program for UGA students and alumni. Independently owned small businesses (companies with less than 500 employees) will be coming on campus to share their opportunities with you! Attendees should dress in business professional attire and bring copies of their resume. Tips on career fair prep can be found on pp. 13-14 of the UGA Career Guide, located here. Current list of participating employers: https://uga-csm.symplicity.com/events/students.php?mode=list&cf=SmallBus2014 2. SEC-ACC VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR April 1-3, 2014: Students & Alumni will Meet recruiters live online. Its easy & efficient! Full-time, Internship, & Co-op Jobs (all Majors invited) * Upload resume and maybe win an iPod REGISTER NOW * EMPLOYERS LIST HERE (60+ EMPLOYERS) 3. CAREERS IN NONPROFITS Thursday, April 3, 6:00pm-7:30pm, MLC 148 Interested in working for a nonprofit? This event is for you! Careers in Nonprofits will allow professionals in the nonprofit sector to share their career paths and organizational information. Come and hear from individuals who have been where you are and are now making a difference every day! Ask questions and network with professionals in the Athens area. Dont miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn from nonprofit leaders. 4. AMA PRESENTS THE MARKETING SUMMIT: WHAT CAN I DO WITH A DEGREE IN MARKETING? Tuesday, April 1, 6:00pm-7:30pm, Caldwell 302 Interested in learning more about the various opportunities within the marketing industry? Are you looking to gain more marketing experience on campus? If so, mark your calendars for his upcoming panel hosted by The American Marketing Association! Here is the time to see what kind of opportunities AMA has for you that will help you begin networking as a Marketing major. Here is the link to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/732873910079187/ The first 45 minutes of the night will include a panel that consists of marketing professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds. There will also be a live Twitter feed in which all attendees will be able to submit questions for our guest speakers in real time! The final 45 minutes will be a great opportunity to network with the marketing professionals, fellow students, and to learn more about what AMA at UGA has to offer! Dress is business casual. Dont miss out on this great opportunity! 5. FRANKLIN COLLEGE MAYMESTER "BOOT CAMP" IN ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP IN THE ARTS AND SCIENCES

Maymester 2014 Residential immersion experience in the newly renovated Rutherford Hall 6 credits: FCID 3800, Leadership in the Arts and Sciences MGMT 5500, Entrepreneurship and New Venture Formation Regular tuition and fees apply; financial aid and HOPE-eligible. Program fee of $1,000 includes housing, meals, course materials, field trips, and all extracurricular activities. Space is limited; contact Linda Bachman (lbachman@uga.edu) for more information and application materials. http://career.uga.edu/multimedia/MaymesterBootCamp2014.pdf 6. ENCOMPASS RECRUITING JOB FAIR 7. TEACHING ENGLISH IN PERU Are you interested in teaching English in a Spanish-speaking country? Then be sure to attend this information session and learn about ENGLISH TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES in PERU. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 4:30 pm Gilbert Hall 116. 8. UNIVERSITY JUDICIARY PRESENTS: HOW TO BRAND YOURSELF Thursday, April 3, 7:00 pm - 8:00pm, MLC 207 This workshop will focus on the effect social media can have on self-branding, as well as the possible Code of Conduct violations that are often associated with improper computer use. The program will feature Dr. Michael Fulford who is an expert in personal branding techniques. We will also have pizza and beverages for those in attendance. 9. THE CAREER PREP INTERNSHIP PROGRAM WITH MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP FOR TOMORROW If you are currently a sophomore in college, have strong grades and leadership experience, you should consider The Career Prep Internship Program with Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT). Career Prep provides participating undergraduates, with the skills and road map they need to get on the career fast-track after college. The program is open to all majors. Students from all disciplines and interests may apply. MLT's 2nd application deadline is Sunday, April 6th, 2014. The Career Prep program accepts Native American, African-American and Hispanic sophomores and helps prepare them for a diverse range of business careers. The program does this through one-on-one coaching, four skill development seminars at fortune 500 company headquarters across the country, support network of 3000+ alumni, and networking opportunities with prestigious employers before recruiting season. Some of the employers that MLT partners with include Google, Deloitte, Credit Suisse, and Target. Career Prep gives you the tools you need to achieve your career goals by working with you to create a professional roadmap. Sophomores who are interested in the program can apply here. 10. INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN NON-PROFITS? Monday April 7, 6:00pm, MLC 248 Attend Volunteer UGA's non-profit information and Q&A panel! All students are welcome! Hear from local leaders in the Athens community about their journeys into careers of service. Panelists: Fenwick Broyard from Community Connection Jessica Parks from Be The Match Carla Moore from SHAARE

Patrick Ennis from Downtown Academy Delene Porter from Athens Area Community Foundation 11. GACE COLLEGE-TO-CAREER FAIR http://gace.org/careerfair 12. THINC. WEEK 2014 SIGNATURE EVENTS Scott Gerber: Never Get a Real Job My 10 Biggest Mistakes April 15, 2014 @ 4:00 pm 5:30 pm, Miller Learning Center 102 Come find out how Gerber bounced back from his first failure (and near bankruptcy) to go on to start many successful businesses, without ever having a real job. He will share various lessons learned, including why you must kill your ego; avoiding a bottomless money pit; business plans suck; how to act like a startup; and shoestrapping, because the boot is too expensive. Join us for a Q&A session after the speech. Starting Points From Successful Entrepreneurs: A Thinc. at UGA event in partnership with the Metro Atlanta Chamber April 16, 2014 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm, Miller Learning Center 10 A panel discussion of successful entrepreneurs will share success stories and lessons learned, with a Q&A session afterwards. Panelists: Tracey Stice, Aruna Biomedical; Drew French Founder, Your Pie; Davis Knox Founder, Fire and Flavor; Steve Hollis Co-Owner and CEO, Power Partners. Moderator: Bob Pinckney, CEO, Evoshield. Do-It-Yourself Publicity for Entrepreneurs April 17, 2014 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm, Tate Reception Hall Amy Flurrys lecture will educate entrepreneurs on how to refine their message, engage media and create relationships with editors and bloggers. She will present powerful examples from across industries and around the country. 13. INSPIRING LOCAL CAREERS: SUSTAINABLE ATHENS Wednesday, April 23, 3:30pm -5:00pm, UGA Law Dean Rusk Center, 4th floor, Larry Walker Room This career-oriented panel will feature Athens-based industry leaders in sustainability from ACC Government, Athens Land Trust, Georgia River Network, Noramco and Terrapin Brewery. Learn about internships in sustainability and recycling from local industry experts. Co-sponsored by the Office of Sustainability, Terry College Net Impact student organization, and UGA Environmental Law Association. 14. D MAGAZINE INTERNSHIPS D Magazine Partners offers a variety of internships each semester. If you are looking to gain invaluable real-world media industry experience, youve come to the right place. The summer internship program will being on May 28 and end on August 8. Applications are due by April 17. Internships include: Advertising/Sales Art/Production Editorial/Journalism Marketing/Brand If you have any question please contact Kate Mitchell. Click here to apply for the summer 2014 internship program. 15. WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD?

Theres a very easy way to do it, and thats simply to teach! When you become a teacher, you can make a difference in thousands of lives! As an organization, TEACH will help you start a career in teaching through scholarships, helping you find teaching jobs after graduation, and even continue to help you grow your career after getting a job. Whether you are planning on pursuing a career in teaching, or once thought you may want to teach, or possibly never even thought about teaching at all, come join us in MLC 147 on April 2, 2014 (Wednesday) at 6:00 pm. Well be serving free food and beverages! Learn more at TEACH.org 16. ATLANTA HAWKS/PHILIPS ARENA COURSE CREDIT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Are Professional Sports and/or Live Entertainment in your Career Future? Heres your chance to experience it first hand while interning at a dynamic organization. The Atlanta Hawks and Philips Arena are looking for passionate team players to participate in our Course Credit Internship Program. This program is designed to give top students real-life experience in the sports and entertainment industry, in addition to providing educational and networking opportunities. Educational components include interactive workshops, executive speaker series and job shadow opportunities. Program Guidelines: Internships are available for the Fall, Spring and Summer terms Course Credit Internships are open to college students only (junior, senior or graduate level) Interns must receive academic credit toward graduation (students are responsible for providing documentation from an advisor confirming academic credit for the internship) No financial compensation is available Interns are responsible for travel and housing arrangements Ability to work flexible hours to include nights, weekends and holidays is required Minimum of 12 weeks Full-time and part-time opportunities are available Interns must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.7 (documentation required) To apply for an internship, please visit www.hawks.com/employment Accepting Summer 2014 Applications: January April 2014 Accepting Fall 2014 Applications: June-August 2014 Accepting Spring 2015 Applications: September-November 2014 17. PUBLIC SERVICE AND OUTREACH STUDENT SCHOLARS PROGRAM The Public Service and Outreach Student Scholars program is now accepting applications for 2014-15. This program, established in 2011, selects about 10-12 undergraduates (with at least 60 credit hours and a 3.0 GPA) to learn about and engage in UGAs Public Service and Outreach (PSO) mission and activities. It includes fall cohort meetings and trips, as well as a 150-hour spring internship with faculty in a PSO unit, with possible funding for an additional paid summer internship. Selection will happen during April, with notification by the end of the semester; fall program activities include meetings on Fridays, 12:20-2:15, a Rock Eagle retreat Aug. 22-24, and a Marine Extension trip Oct. 17-19. Applications are due April 1: http://servicelearning.uga.edu/pso-student-scholars/ 18. INTERNING IN NEW YORK CITY? WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO LIVE? The smartest interns in NYC all have the same address: Educational Housing Services! All EHS Residences Feature: Furnished Rooms with Private Bathrooms

Free: WIFI, Cable TV, and Air Conditioning 24-Hour Security, Complimentary Sightseeing Events and more! Have an unforgettable summer living with students & interns from around the world. Call EHS for more information at (888) 255-0296 or visit www.studenthousing.org/and/university 19. INTERNSHIPS (This is just a few of the 420+ listings, Log into DAWGLink to apply!) DAWGLink #49731, Student Distribution Manager The Red & Black Publishing Co. Inc., Athens, GA DAWGLink #50495, Safety and Risk Management Internship Butterball, Various, NC DAWGLink #49764, Art Collection & Volunteer Services Intern The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA DAWGlink #50682, Mohawk Innovation Day One Day Event Mohawk is looking for students to participate in this years Innovation Day! We have organized this Innovation Sessions program with the goal of enriching our current perspective on the research and development of new products while exposing talented students to a professional experience that may lead them to pursue a career in this industry. 20. PART-TIME JOBS (This is just a few of the 140+ listings, Log into DAWGLink to apply!) DAWGLink #50416, Part-Time Student Worker UGA-Soil & Microbiology, Athens, GA Duties assisting in graduate research in the field and in the lab may include managing sweet corn plots, weeding, and harvesting, and lab work including, KCl extractions, DNA isolation, PCR/qPCR and enzyme assays. DAWGLink #50545, Student Worker-Accounting & Finance UGA-Terry College of Business-Office of Executive Programs, Athens, GA DAWGLink #50106, At-Home Advisor Apple, Inc., Athens, GA 21. FULL-TIME JOBS (This is just a few of the 720+ listings, Log into DAWGLink to apply!) DAWGLink #49698, Healthcare Recruiter Maxim Healthcare, Atlanta, Ga; Columbus, GA DAWGLink #49685, News Photojournalist/Editor KOAT-TV, Albuquerque, NM DAWGLink #50483, Environmental Client Representative Wells Fargo, Phoenix, AZ 22. GOVERNMENT & NONPROFIT Check out Go Government for information about federal jobs, internships, and government resources. For Non-Profit news and opportunities, visit Opportunity Knocks and Idealist! LIVE. LEARN. INTERN. in Washington, DC www.DCinternships.org June 7 August 1

Extended Deadline: April 4, 2014 **Scholarship Funding Available** CALL TO SERVE CAREER GUIDES Are you interested in pursuing a career with the federal government? Need information and resources to provide the best advice and strategies for success for your particular areas of interest? The Partnership for Public Services Go Government career guides are now online and a great resource for students to see how their major could translate into a job in the federal government. Within these occupational guides, students can explore such topics as types of positions that exist within their field of interest, from art and design to mathematics, as well as which agencies they should consider in their search. 23. DISCLAIMERS * All University of Georgia Career Center sponsored events are for UGA students and alumni only. * The Career Center is committed to providing access for all people with disabilities and will provide accommodations if notified in advance. To request accommodations please contact us at 706-542-3375. * To help ensure a pleasant & productive environment for all participants, please follow these guidelines: 1. Respect all participants (employers, job seekers, & staff). 2. Appropriate attire is required and is determined by event. Some events require Professional or Business Attire. 3. For safety reasons, the doorways to the event (inside & out) & the surrounding areas must be kept clear at all times. 4. Participants are expected to cooperate with all reasonable requests made by members of the staff & all reasonable requests of any person acting in an official capacity as a representative of the participating institutions. 5. If questions or concerns arise during the event, please contact a member of the Career Center staff for assistance. 24. UNSUBSCRIBE INSTRUCTIONS You may leave the list at any time by sending an e-mail to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU with the following text as the body of the e-mail: SIGNOFF CAREERCENTERUPDATE * Please DO NOT use quotation marks or add any other text to the body of the message.