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  • Queens College TRADING COMPETITION is open to any current student at Queens College. Winners will get cash prizes. Click to register.

  • Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) Programs: ​The LSAC PLUS Program, in partnership with designated host law schools, offers an immersive summer prelaw experience for aspiring lawyers. The program curriculum focuses on strengthening the academic skills you will need to succeed in law school, while providing insight and guidance to help prepare you for navigating the admission process. The PLUS Program will also help you explore your career options for after law school and provide invaluable networking opportunities along the way.

    The LSAC PLUS programs are specifically aimed at rising undergraduate sophomores and juniors from groups who are underrepresented in the legal profession. However, anyone can apply and during the application process, applicants have the opportunity to demonstrate ways in which they can benefit from the program. There is no cost to attend, and participants receive a $1,000 stipend.

  • J. P. Morgan Chase & Co. North America Early Insights Programs​ are now live on the careers page. Please feel free to share the landing page. The Early Insights Programs are designed to introduce historically underrepresented students (winter class of 2022 or spring class of 2023) to the financial services industry, build professional development skills and provide defined pathways to future opportunities.
    Students are encouraged to register for the program(s)​ of their choice here no later than Monday, April 5th. Opportunities include:
    • Advancing Black Pathways Undergraduate Experience
    • Advancing Black Pathways Women Undergraduate Experience
    • Latinx Undergraduate Experience
    • Military Vets Undergraduate Experience
    • Native American Undergraduate Experience
    • Proud to Be Undergraduate Experience
    • We See Ability Undergraduate Experience
    • Winning Women Undergraduate Experience

  • Join the CUNY Student Investment Challenge:​ What would you do with $1 million? Invest it! In partnership with Portfolios with Purpose (PwP), the CUNY Student Investment Challenge offers access to an exclusive fantasy stock contest along with a free online investment curriculum, taught by the best investors in the world. The contest allows you to create a $1 million investment portfolio, make trades, and track your portfolio’s performance based on real market conditions. You will compete against hundreds of other CUNY students for cash prizes. The contest is open to all CUNY students. If you want to learn more about investing before you create your portfolio, check out the Portfolios with Purpose website.

  • The OZY Genius Awards

    Apply today for the OZY Genius Awards, which offer 10 college students the opportunity of a lifetime: up to $10,000, along with the expert guidance and mentoring to make a genius idea into a reality.

    The Competition: Be sure to submit your application before April 30 at 11:59 p.m. PST. Entries will be judged by an all-star panel including:

    • Padma Lakshmi (TV host and author)
    • Marc Lasry (investor and co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks)
    • Katty Kay (BBC presenter)
    • Jalen Rose (NBA player turned commentator and philanthropist)
    • Carmen Yulín Cruz (former mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico)
    • Cami Anderson (award-winning educator)
    •  Dr. Monique Umphrey (president of Houston Community College Northeast).

    More info and apply here.  may inquire heres Genius Team is happy to help provide some inspiration and answer your questions in special information sessions. Space is limited, and slots will be given on a first-come, first-served basis. Colleges, universities and other organizations working with undergraduatesSupport: OZY

  • From the MARC U-STAR Program:
    If you are interested in pursuing a PhD in Biomedical Science, you should apply to join QC's MARC U-STAR Program. The program's mission is to maximize access to research careers through undergraduate student research training. Funded by the National Institutes of Health, MARC recruits students from underrepresented communities and backgrounds. Through quality educational instruction, advisement, and mentorship, MARC scholars are prepared to diversify the workforce. Tuition assistance, a monetary stipend, a faculty advisor, GRE classes, research experience, and more are provided so that students can successfully matriculate into competitive PhD programs. The QC MARC U-STAR program not only selects talented students, but develops their innate abilities as well. 
    Eligible applicants must meet these criteria:
    • underrepresented minority
    • 60 credits or more
    • minimum GPA of 3.0.

    For information on how to apply or if you have any questions, contact program coordinator Sholeh Sharifi at Apply now; admissions are rolling until all spots are filled.
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    New-  Info session with Accenture (deadline September 27)
    Dive in and learn from Accenture's leaders about their different offices and the industries we serve within each geographic region. Join their North America Recruiting Lead, Caroline Dudley, to learn more about Accenture, their Analyst Development Programs, and recruiting process. 
    Learn more and register here
    New-  All CUNY info session with the U.S. Department of State Diplomat-in-Residence Danielle Harms on Tuesday October 12 at 12:30pm to 2:00pm 

    Join for an info session with the U.S. Department of State and meet the Diplomat-in-Residence for our region: Danielle Harms. As the lead U.S. foreign affairs agency, the U.S. Department of State represents the United States at more than 270 diplomatic locations around the world, including embassies, consulates, and missions to international organizations. The U.S. Department of State hires American citizens of all ages and backgrounds to promote U.S. interests around the world, including Foreign Service Officers (Generalists), Foreign Service Specialists and Civil Service professionals. Careers at the State Department:

    Register here

    New- From English Major to Software Engineer: Anne Marie's Revature Story on Tuesday, September 28 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Meet AnnMarie Bemberry, Assistant Vice President and Software Engineer II at Bank of America, who got her start at Revature after graduating from CUNY Medgar Evers College. Hear firsthand the experiences that sparked AnnMarie's interest in pursuing a technology career and how she was able to break into the field without having any prior experience in coding and software development.

    Register here
    The Trevor Project Resources 
    Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award®-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.
    Additional Internship/Job Search Resources
    Below are additional resources that might be helpful for you to further explore internship and job opportunities:
    • EntryLvl: A list of companies currently hiring entry-level and intern candidates
    • Covintern: Tech companies that are hiring for remote positions
    • WayUp: Online job portal for college students
    • Built in NYC: Startup related jobs

    ACCESS NYC: Resource for Help w/ Food, Money, Housing, Work, and More
    Find help in NYC with food, money, housing, work and more on ACCESS NYC. There are over 30 programs you or your family may be eligible for regardless of immigration status and even if you’re already receiving benefits or have a job.  Check out ACCESS NYC's website to learn more. At the bottom of their site, you can also sign-up for ACCESS NYC's newsletter.

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    • Way UpFind paid internships, part-time jobs and entry-level opportunities at thousands of startups and Fortune 500s.
    • Parker Dewey: Innovative companies across industries are using Micro-Internships to identify, connect, engage, and hire high potential college students and recent graduates.
    • The MuseFind jobs at the best companies hiring near you and get free career advice.
    • IdealistDatabase for nonprofit jobs
    • JopWell: Database of jobs and support network for Black, LatinX, and Native American career launchers 
    • GlassdoorDatabase of job opportunities and companies with employee reviews
    • Creatively: “Cross between instagram and LinkedIn” for creative job seekers
    • Scouted: Job database and  matching platform for entry level talent based on abilities and potential
    • Career Village: career discussion board that allows students to ask questions and receive responses from working professionals

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