Monthly Archives: January 2009

USA Track and Field Internships

USA Track & Field is the National Governing Body (NGB) for track & field, long distance running and race-walking. Our NGB provides leadership, vision, development and opportunities for participation for individuals in the United States, from the grass roots level to the masters level. Our efforts to efficiently provide services to a national constituency are greatly dependent upon volunteers and a national office staff located in Indianapolis, Indiana. With regard to our national office staff, there are a number of internship opportunities available each year.
If you are preparing for a career in sports, we encourage you to consider an internship position with USA Track & Field. We believe you will find this to be a good educational experience and a great launch into a career in the sport industry. All internships with USA Track & Field are based in Indianapolis, Indiana.
To read a description, click on the department title to the right.
We look forward to hearing from you and wish you the best of luck!
* Summer – February 15
* Fall – June 30
* Winter/Spring – October 15
* Business Operations
* Elite Athlete Services
* Elite Athlete National Teams
* Events
* Executive Office
* Grass Roots
* High Performance
* Legal & Business Affairs
* Marketing
* Media & Communications
* Membership & Associations
* Website

Want to work for the FBI??? RESCHEDULED: Find out Tuesday, February 9th 4-5pm

The FBI is filling Personnel Security Specialist positions and they are open to all majors. An information session is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 4:00-5:00 in Richmond Salon III.
Information about the position and on-campus interviews is on RamsRecuiting. To create an account, please visit the University Career Center (across from the food court in the Student Commons) or email us at
Interviews are scheduled for 2/24/09 in the University Career Center.

Interested in LAW SCHOOL?? February 3, 2009 12:00-1:30 p.m.

Please come join us for a free lunch of pizza and drinks — and a fabulous opportunity to learn about the admissions process and meet law school Deans for Admissions:
Michelle Rahman, Associate Dean for Admissions, University of Richmond School of Law John Benfield, Associate Dean for Admissions, Charleston School of Law

When: Next Tuesday, February 3, 2009 12:00-1:30 p.m.
Where: Virginia Rooms A&B, Student Commons

RSVP required by February 1st (so we will have enough food and drinks for all who attend!) to Tracy Retchin,

Assoc. Business Process Analyst Intern position at DOM (undergraduates only)

Posting Title
Associate Business Process Analyst Intern
VA – Richmond
Job Summary
-Support the coordination of market research studies among, residential, commercial and industrial customers for the purpose of providing management with decision making information.
-Work with consultants during all phases of a research projects to ensure objectives are met.
-Support the preparation, analysis, and presentment of customer research case studies.
-Analyze and recommend data collection process improvements and ensure data integrity as it relates to reporting and analytics.
-Identify better work and business processes.
-Perform other duties as requested or assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
-Knowledge of marketing or sales principles and concepts and or general business practices desired.
-Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
-Demonstrated planning and organizing skills.
-Ability to work on a team.
-Ability to gather, maintain and disseminate information in a useful and in varied formats.
-Proficiency with personal computer.
-Demonstrated leadership, teaming, initiative, customer service, technical knowledge, judgment and innovation.
-Ability to define problems, collect data and draw conclusions.
-Ability to plan and organize work.
Preferred skills:
-Strong Microsoft skills sets required.
-SAS/SQL knowledge preferred.
-Presentation creation and assembly.
-Knowledge of marketing databases and use of data files.
Education Marketing discipline preferred.
Apply at

Spring 2009 VCU Career Fair employers who want Psychology majors!

These organizations listed below have registered to attend the Spring 2009 VCU Career Fair and have indicated that they are actively recruiting students with a Major/Concentration in Psychology.
ALSTOM Power Inc.
Bonaventure Property Management
Chesterfield Fire & EMS
City of Virginia Beach Police Department
Colonial Scientific
DMG Securities, Inc.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Federal Bureau of Prisons (DOJ)
First Investors Corp.
Ohio Casualty/Liberty Mutual Group
PFP Schmitt Sussman Enterprises
Peace Corps.
Prince William County Police Department
Prudential Financial
Rosetta Stone Ltd.
Target Stores
Teach for America
US Drug Enforcement Administration
US Navy Officer Recruiting
United Methodist Family Services (UMFS)
United States Coast Guard
VA Asset Management, LLC
View the complete list here:

Chesterfield County Police — Free Entrance Exam ( February 13 at noon)

Chesterfield County Police:
Chesterfield, Virginia
Police Office Opportunities
Starting Salary: $39,000
Free Police Entrance Exam
February 13, 2009
University Student Commons
Forum Room
12 p.m.
ID is required
For more information, find us on-line at
Or call (804) 796-7169
Minimum Basic Qualifications:
• Be a U.S.citizen.
• Be 21 years of age prior to completion of our training academy
• At least 3 years employment , or 60 college credit hours or two years law enforcement experience or two years continuous active duty military experience
Benefits Include:
• Take home car program
• Career Development program
• Fully paid training
• Virginia Retirement System pension
• Uniform and equipment furnished
*An Equal Opportunity Employer