Brendan’s Briefing: July 19, 2017

Here are the latest announcements!

Jobs, Internships and Capstones… oh my!

1. Crime Scene Investigator III
Parker Police Department. Bachelor’s degree required.

2. Capstone Opportunity: City of Arvada
They have several capstone opportunities for students to consider. Projects are related to economic development, transportation, and natural resource management.  If you are interested in learning more, please email Vicki Berkley with Hometown Colorado as soon as possible.

3. Capstone Opportunity: Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance
They seek a capstone student to develop outcome-based program measures for the long-term survivorship of people served by COVA’s Human Trafficking Program.  Email Angelika Carnes, Human Trafficking Program Manager, as soon as possible: angelika@coloradocrimevictims.org

4. Unique Online Internship
Virtual Student Foreign Service Internship Program – Internships and Qualitative Research. Visit their website for details.

5. Graduate Assistant Opportunity: Center on Domestic Violence
CDV at the School of Public Affairs is seeking a graduate assistant.  Please email Natassja Garcia for more information as soon as possible.

6. Victim Offender Research
Seeking participants to complete surveys. All study participants will be compensated $150 in gift cards over the course of the study: $30 for the first session, $50 for the second session, and $70 for the third session. Please contact: Dr. Shannon Sliva, Principal Investigator, at shannon.sliva@du.edu.

Networking Opportunities: get out there!

1. Career Fair
The Colorado Career Project is hosting a career fair on Monday, July 31, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Details online.

2. Nonprofit Networking
Colorado Collaborative Connections is a quarterly networking event for nonprofit professionals. August 1 is an excellent opportunity to connect around corporate and nonprofit partnerships. Details online.

3. Local Government Networking
August 9
Consider attending this event hosted by the Colorado City and County Management Association’s Emerging Managers and Women Leading Government. Details online or email CCCMA’s Director, Denise Taylor.

Featured Public Admin Courses for Fall 2017

1. Special Topics in Public Administration: Regulatory Governance and Public Policy
PUAD 6600-002
Mondays, 5:00-7:45 p.m.

1. Special Topics in Public Administration: Education Policy
PUAD 6600-003
Tuesdays, 5:00-7:45 p.m.



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