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Ongoing: Quantitative Research Assistant – Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality’s Economic Security and Opportunity Initiative (ESOI) (new window) often has openings (new window) for part-time quantitative Research Assistants (RAs). We’re looking for Georgetown students with a desire to strengthen their quantitative and statistical programming skills, who share a commitment to our mission to develop and advance ideas that alleviate poverty and inequality, advance racial and gender equity, and expand economic inclusion for all in the United States.
8/16/22: CSET (Center for Security and Emerging Technology) has openings for a part-time Emerging Technology Observatory Research Assistant and a part-time External Affairs Assistant.
The Emerging Technology Observatory Research Assistant will provide research and annotation support for our new Emerging Technology Observatory initiative. We’re building unique data resources that will be used by governments, nonprofits, and companies around the world, and we’re looking for resourceful, detail-oriented self-starters from all majors and backgrounds who are excited to help us develop this new, fast-growing project.
The External Affairs Assistant will provide support to the External Affairs team in congressional tracking, cataloging CSET citations, organizing data related to CSET’s subscriber audience, and publicizing CSET research via social media.
9/20/22: SPRING/SUMMER 2023: Delta is accepting applications for students and early career professionals to join them for spring and summer 2023. Benefits during the duration of the program include paid working hours, housing stipends for out-of-state students, and travel-pass privileges to any Delta destination worldwide.
Capital One also offers special programs for students pursuing graduate degrees in data science and analytics.
6/28/22– FALL INTERNSHIP-Dept. of the Treasury -Student Trainee (Financial Analysis) Internship (new window) If you have any questions, please contact Rob Lee at Robert.Lee@occ.treas.gov (new window) or 202-412-2902.
As a Student Trainee (Financial Analysis) in the OCC Pathways Internship Program, you will:
- Participate in developmental on-the-job and formal training to learn basic procedures and practices in financial analysis.
- Learn and utilize programs/software to analyze banking and financial data. Research databases in support of analytical initiatives.
- Create spreadsheets, reports, dashboards, screens, and spatial analysis such as maps and regressions. Utilize statistical software tools and other quantitative analysis tools such as SAS, Tableau, Python and SQL.
- Assist in the implementation of new applications and computer-based technology to improve efficiency of data analysis.
Clarification from the agency. U.S. Citizens and U.S. Nationals who are students enrolled on at least a half-time basis, or accepted for enrollment, and seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc.) in a qualifying educational institution; have at least a cumulative (overall) 2.9 grade point average (GPA) or higher on a 4.0 scale; remain in good academic standing; and are at least 16 years of age.
9/12/22: The General Services Administration of the U.S Federal Government has an exciting job opportunity for an entry-level Data Scientist position within the Office of Human Resources Management’s Human Capital Analytics team.
Details about the job opportunity information session are below.
Information Session Details:
Info Session Date and Time: Placeholder: September 22nd, 2022 at 7 PM EST
07/20/22: Burke & Herbert Bank (new window) is seeking a Senior Analyst in Credit Analytics. The position will be responsible for supporting the development of the Bank’s credit analytics, credit modeling and credit reporting. This includes data quality and maintenance, performing recurring descriptive credit analytics and reporting, and development or validation of predictive analytics using statistical and econometric models. Click for more information and to apply! (new window)