United States Federal Reserve System Internships

The Federal Reserve System’s Talent Committee is looking to fill various positions throughout the country. Examples of positions include: Intern-Community Development and Police Studies, Intern-Software Engineer, and Intern-Consumer Protection. If these three options do not appeal to you, there are more job and internship opportunities on the United States Federal Reserve System website.

Student Ambassador Job Opportunity

Summer Term is currently hiring undergraduate students to serve as Student Ambassadors. Student Ambassadors help Summer Term spread the word about summer opportunities at events around campus. It’s a flexible position that will start in the spring semester. To be eligible to apply you must have completed either an in person class, online class, or for-credit research or internships through UW over the summer.  If you are interested apply by December 8th.

Student Hourly Job Opportunity

AHEC is searching for students who enjoy reading! The research project entails reading reflection papers written by medical students, and coding the papers for themes such as: cooperation, awareness of racial disparities, awareness of economic disparities, and social determinants of health.

AHEC Seeks Research Assistant – student hourly.  Apply now by clicking here.

Diplomat in Residence Campus Visit

Melissa Martinez will be on campus to talk with students about internships and careers in the foreign service, specifically as Diplomat in Residence for the State Department. International Internship Program & SuccessWorks are hosting her visit. She will be hosting talks at the following times:

Tuesday, November 14 in 336 Ingraham Hall

2:30-4pm: Drop-ins with a Diplomat. Stop by at any time to chat and ask any questions!

4-5pm: Careers in the State Department Info Session

Wednesday, November 15 in SuccessWorks, 3rd Floor UW Bookstore

10am-12pm: Diplomat Office Hours. Stop by at any time to chat and ask any questions!

12-1pm: Becoming a Foreign Service Officer: Test & Assessments Information


Milwaukee Job Announcement

The City of Milwaukee is now accepting online applications for a Management Trainee position at the Mayor’s Office. The Management Trainee assigned to the Mayor’s Office will serve as Communications Coordinator and will assist in planning and executing communications and media efforts on behalf of the Office of the Mayor and the City of Milwaukee. Appointment to this Management Trainee position is exempt from Civil Service; accordingly the incumbent will not be eligible for transfer or promotion from this title.

Applications are due by November 27th. 

GCRC Fall Government Career Fair

The GCRC Fall Government Career Fair will take place on the University of Illinois – Chicago campus on November 3rd. Students must make their own travel arrangements. ALL UW students from any major or degree are welcome to attend the fair since I am a member of GCRC.  The fair will feature a combination of employer tables and breakout sessions. Details here.


Research Assistant: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) Office of Research (OR) is currently looking for Research Assistants.

Research Assistant 

The OR Research Assistant Program is a fellowship program that was developed for graduating undergraduates (recent December 2017 and May/June 2018 graduates may apply) who are interested in spending 2-3 years in the Office of Research working alongside Ph.D. researchers (which include economists, research psychologists, and research scientists) on substantial and rigorous data-oriented policy projects. For more details about the position and how to apply, click here Continue reading

Sifting and Winnowing

Sifting & Winnowing: the Wisconsin Undergraduate Policy Journal is currently recruiting submissions! We are looking for pieces that are relevant to topics in policy, law and public service.
This publication is student-run and will publish work written by undergraduate students from universities around Wisconsin.
Please submit all pieces as a Microsoft Word document and follow the Chicago citation style with either footnotes or endnotes. We will accept pieces between 8 and 30 pages. Longer papers will be accepted on the assumption that they will be shortened to meet this requirement. We welcome any questions about the above requirements and ask that submitting authors be receptive to feedback and constructive criticism.
Personal Information
  1. Your name
  1. Academic major(s)
  1. Graduation date
Piece Information
  1. Piece title
  1. Topic
  1. Short abstract (250 words)