The Green Program
Contact: Caitlin Cowan
Contact Email: CCowan@thegreenprogram.com
Learn about this educational program to Peru, Japan, Hawaii, or Iceland for winter and spring break.
Early registration is now available.
Date posted: May 15th
Call for Papers- WSQ Protest
Contact: Lindsey Eckenroth, email@example.com
Deadline: September 15, 2017
Since 1972, WSQ has been an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of emerging perspectives on women, gender, and sexuality. Women's Studies Quarterly has contacted SWE to see if any of our members would be interested in contributing articles/poetry/essays to their upcoming issues. If interested in writing a paper that is theoretical, conceptual and/or empirical on a wide range of topics relating to protest, see the links below.
For more information, click here.
For submission guidelines, click here.
Date Posted: 6/14/17
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program
Contact: Outreach, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: August 1, 2017
Fulbright Scholars are selected for their academic merit and leadership potential to teach, research, and exchange ideas. There are nearly 500 awards available in more than 125 countries; complete details are located in the Catalog of Awards.
Highlighted below is a selection of awards in the STEM fields which might be of interest to Texas A&M Society of Women Engineers members:
· Italy: Fulbright Junior Research Lectureship in Engineering at University of Trento
· Botswana: Computing: Mobile Technologies and Multimedia; Network Security and Computer Forensics
· Australia: Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Advanced Science and Technology (Defence Science and Technology Group)
· Bahrain: All Disciplines
· Nepal: All Disciplines (Teaching/Research)
· Mexico: Science and Technology
You are invited to join any of our upcoming webinars. We run a series of Application Walk-Through and Virtual Advising webinars where Fulbright staff go through the online application, discussing the various components and required materials. These sessions are designed to answer your questions about the award offerings and application process. Register now as limited spots are available: June 28, 2017 - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT. Our Global Hidden Gems webinar on June 21 2:00-3:00pm EDT will discuss awards which you may not have considered before.
The review committees consider the impact of the proposed project, academic merit and leadership potential of the applicant, and feasibility given the scholar’s background.
Date Posted: 6/2/17
Improving, seeking part-time and full-time
Contact: Morgan Monzingo
Contact Email: Morgan.Monzingo@improving.com
Improving, a software consulting firm located in College Station is currently hiring part-time and full-time software consultants for the summer and upcoming semester.
If you are interested, please email resume to their recruiter at the above email.
The company also has offices in Dallas and Houston. If interested in full-time, email above contact to pass resumes on.
Date posted: May 15th
Kids Robotech Club Opportunity
Bain & Company Hiring Interns and Full Time Positions
Company: Bain and Company
My name is Tim Woolsey and I graduated with a Mechanical Engineering degree from A&M in May 2013. After graduation, I worked for Chevron as a Facilities Engineer, and now work as a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain & Company. I’ve truly can’t say enough good things about Bain, and they have been extremely supportive of my career ambitions (and they will actually be sponsoring my attendance at Harvard Business beginning in Fall 2017).
I am contacting you today on behalf of Bain about a potentialjob opportunity for students in your organization. We have historically hired top students from top organizations on campus like SWE, and I think a job at Bain is a perfect fit for engineers from A&M.
Bain & Company will be hosting a few events on campus this spring to introduce ourselves and get to know Aggie students.
Bain is one of the world's leading management consulting firms. We advise global leaders on their most critical issues and opportunities and have worked with the majority of the Global 500. For example, in the past year alone, our Texas office has worked on two of the largest mergers in the world, helped multiple clients avoid bankruptcy, and worked with well-known CEOs to identify their ideal target customers. This is a great role for undergraduates that will develop their ability to think strategically, analyze data and communicate with upper management of large corporations. More information about working at Bain and the work we do can be found here and here.
Bain is looking to get to know students interested in working in strategy consulting. While our formal recruiting process does not begin until the fall, we are hosting spring events to introduce ourselves and learn more about Aggies interested in the job. These positions are competitive; we look for a strong GPA (generally, at least a 3.5), high standardized test scores, and demonstrated leadership on campus.We’ll be hiring for both intern and full-time positions.
Date Posted 4/1/17
Fresh Prints Campus Manager Job Opportunity
Company: Fresh Prints
Fresh Prints is a custom apparel company that primarily focuses on selling apparel to U.S. colleges. Campus Managers facilitate orders at their schools by talking to sports teams, Greek organizations, and other clubs and make a commission on all of the orders.
Managers pitch and manage clients, price goods, manage timelines, work with our art team, and a lot more. We give them the capital, training, and support needed to make that possible. You can make a lot of money doing this while in college and Fresh Prints is a rapidly growing company to work for. On average our managers make $8,000 a year, but some of our best make upward of $18,000.
We're looking for freshmen and sophomores that are social, responsible, and involved on campus. We are searching for people that will represent our brand and will encourage groups on their campus to buy awesome apparel from Fresh Prints.
click here to view the flyer
Date posted 3/30/17
Green Advantage Scholarship and Summer Opportunities
Company: The Green Program
We’ve officially launched the GREEN Advantage. Here at TGP, we believe that students of all socioeconomic & financial backgrounds should have access to invaluable educational and professional development opportunities, as I’m sure you agree! In an effort to ensure that our programs are available to all passionate students around the world, we’ve launched our scholarship platform aimed at providing financial assistance to underserved and underrepresented students. Beyond that, these like-minded hiring partners and organizations will be looking to source talent from our GREEN Alumni Network. We’re eager to award these scholarships to some amazing student leaders & young professionals around the world, and we need your help!
click here to learn more about The Green Program
click here to apply
click here to learn more about our programs
Date Posted: 3/1/17
Internship Opportunity with IntelliFunda
Company: IntelliFunda LLC
Contact: Dr. Maria T. Earle
CEO and Founder
We are looking for enthusiastic computer programming interns. If you know of someone interested in working on innovative education apps, please forward my contact information. Also, put "SWE Intern" in the email subject box.
Date posted: 2/28/17
Shelly in Steel Toes and Stilettos Blog Page
My name is Shelly Elliott, and I am a 2012 chemical engineering graduate from the University of Notre Dame and a 2016 MBA from Texas A&M University. I’m writing to tell you about my new blog, Shelly in Steel Toes & Stilettos, designed to provide insight into what it’s like to be a real-world engineer. In the blog, hosted on my site www.shellyelliott.com, I share experiences concerning my career with ExxonMobil, new job with Arconic, interviewing insights from both sides of the table, balancing a demanding job with my personal life, making decisions both big and small, and other personal development topics. This month, I started featuring guest bloggers to highlight their experiences in different engineering fields, including aerospace, mechanical, civil, electrical, computer science, environmental, and other job opportunities for engineers including consulting, pharmaceuticals, and continuing education with medical or business school.
Sign up for newsletters on the site at www.shellyelliott.com and like my Facebook page, Shelly in Steel Toes & Stilettos to stay up to date with our blog and posts for articles, resources, and insights. I hope you will share this with other women engineers, current and former teachers, and any young girls aspiring to be future engineers. I would love to hear from you, too! Please reply to this e-mail if there are any particular topics of interest, careers, or advice you would like to see featured on the blog.
Date posted: 2/1/17