Thursday, November 11, 2010
Employer: Partnership for Sustainable Communities
Title: Marketing Intern
Description: The Partnership for Sustainable Communities® is looking for an energetic, creative marketing intern to help build awareness of our organization and promote memberships and charitable donations. The ideal candidate will have an interest in and experience with marketing and outreach for nonprofit organizations. Good writing skills a must, as well as ability to compile and obtain lists of appropriate prospects and organize email and some postal mail campaigns. Pays $10 to $13 per hour, depending on experience. Can start now, in December, or in 2011. Flexible hours, 10 to 25 hours per week, at least half of them at San Rafael office, but work at home okay for other half. Visit www.p4sc.org, check us out, then send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The Partnership for Sustainable Communities (PSC) is a national information, research and advocacy organization focused on helping city officials, politicians, civic leaders, and real estate professionals work together to create communities that are more environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. PSC provides free information, news, research and advocacy tools via its web site and distribution of educational materials. PSC President Andre F. Shashaty is an award-winning writer and editor, and a nationally known expert on urban affairs and real estate development. He founded Affordable Housing Finance and Apartment Finance Today magazines and their related conferences, and was editor and publisher of the magazines.
Location: Location #1
Position Type: Internship, Part-time, Experienced
Salary Level: $10 - $12/hr
Job Function: Sales and Marketing
Desired Start Date: November 19, 2010
Duration: 3 months
Approximate Hours Per Week: 10 - 25 hrs
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have an interest in and experience with marketing and outreach for nonprofit organizations. Good writing skills a must, as well as ability to compile and obtain lists of appropriate prospects and organize email and some postal mail campaign
Nov 09, 2010
Applications Accepted Until:
Mar 31, 2011
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Monday, September 13, 2010
up to $25,000
Available for graduate and undergraduate students
Individual awards may range from $1,000–$5,000
• Completed general education
• Declared accounting as major or area
• Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher, and
3.25 or higher in accounting courses
• Additional criteria on the application form
• Communication skills
• Academic excellence
• Demonstrated leadership skills in
academic or community involvement
• Demonstrated interest in accounting profession as a CPA in public practice
or private industry
Applications are due in our offices by
Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010
Download an application at:
Student Membership: Join CalCPA for only $30 and benefit from networking,
internship opportunities and free resume posting on www.calcpa.org.
San Francisco Chapter
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Employer: San Francisco Rumble
Title: San Francisco Rumble Marketing/Sponsorship Intern
Description: The Rumble are a professional basketball team playing in the ABA league. The interns will work directly under and report to the GM of the team and assist with some of the duties and job tasks:
• Works with Marketing/Promotions department in the development and production of season ticket and group ticket brochures
• Serves as team representative in venue box office on game day
• Runs season end reports and audits for bookkeeping and event analysis purposes
• Works closely with marketing department in developing the brand and branding methods for the ABA member team
• Works closely with marketing department to identify appropriate communication channels for ABA advertising (radio, television, etc.)
• Works with Ticket Operations department in the development and production of season ticket and group ticket brochures
• Help oversee the planning and advertising of all game day promotions and special events
• Works closely with Sales department in the development of multi-level sponsorship packages
• Any other related activities and duties associated with internship position
Applicants must be high school graduates, be legal to work in the US, and possess a passion for sports. Must have the ability to manage multiple tasks as assigned and work without close supervision to complete tasks by given deadlines.
Any individuals interested in this internship opportunity please forward a resume and cover letter to Ian Noh, GM of the San Francisco Rumble. We look forward to hearing from you.
Location: Location #1
Position Type: Internship
Salary Level: unpaid
Job Function: Business, Entertainment/Media/Communications, Sales and Marketing
Desired Start Date: September 30, 2010
Duration: Season long internship
Approximate Hours Per Week: 10-15
Travel Percentage: No Travel
Qualifications: please see job description
Sep 08, 2010
Applications Accepted Until:
Dec 31, 2010
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Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Employer: Dominican University of California
Title: Online Marketing Intern
Description: Online Marketing Intern will support the Web Content Manager in the Marketing Department. The intern will assist with website strategy, developing and editing of web content, basic web design, usability testing, basic web updates, and higher education market research.
The intern will have an opportunity to learn about best practices in web writing, search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM), all the while working to improve the University’s online presence and www.dominican.edu website’s usability, navigability, and visibility.
• Help ensure accuracy and relevancy of content on the University’s website
• Research and develop strategies for improving the website content
• Copy edit, proofread and fact check web copy
• Pitch content ideas and develop new content
• Assist in web page design and layout
• Conduct research and organize focus groups
• Conduct usability tests
• Analyze web traffic and web data
• Interest in web writing and marketing
• Experience writing and enthusiasm for grammar
• Impeccable attention to detail when it comes to editing content
• Experience and interest in Web 2.0 (social media, blogs, social
• Computer savvy with the ability to quickly learn new technical skills (HTML, Plone content management system, Google Analytics)
• Excellent communication skills, including the ability to listen carefully and ask questions
• Ability to take ownership over a project and think creatively
• Preference will be given to Dominican Juniors and Seniors
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Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Location is in Marinwood (north San Rafael). Student will need a car or be familiar and comfortable with public transportation.
If interested please contact:
Local Sales Manager
KGO Radio Inc.T.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Are you a PR pro looking to make a difference – not just a living? Have you worked with non-profits, government organizations or foundations? Do you have the base of contacts required to drive new business … and the management skills to run account teams deftly once you bring business through our door? If you’re nodding your head while you read this, then come meet us.
We’re Allison & Partners, a national PR firm headquartered here in San Francisco. Our social impact team runs sharp PR for organizations like the Goldman Environmental Prize, StopWaste.org and the state of California. And we’re seeking a top-notch director.
What are we looking for? Smarts. Media savvy. A flair for new business. A love for team-based work. Impeccable writing skills. And a passion for working with organizations with a strong social mission.
7+ years of public relations, marketing or related experience, including 3-4 years in a management capacity. Has developed and maintains relationships with a range of national media and influencers, as well as client contacts. Is a proven manager of an account group, including experience managing different client and account team personalities. Has experience developing both strategic communications plans for existing clients, as well as new business proposals for prospective accounts. Has polished written, oral and presentation skills.
- Owns relationships with multiple clients
- Oversees account staff in the successful management of their respective accounts
- Identifies and secures new business, including growth of existing accounts
- Maintains frequent client contact
- Responsible for account budgets
- Remains connected to industry, clients, media
- Conducts professional development programs for firm
- Empowers account staff to learn and continue polishing professional skills
- Big picture perspective
- Well-developed people skills
- Creative problem solver
- Trusted team member and client contact
- Thinks strategically
- Adaptable; invites change
- Motivated; motivates others
- Sound decision-maker
- Effective and polished communicator
Please Contact: Ivana Gaspic at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
It's located a block from the 12th St BART station.
Depending on someone'ssalary history and skill level, the position will pay $80k-$100k.
Prestigious investment company is looking for an Executive Assistant to
support its Chief Executive Officer and handle other company supports tasks
which include but not limited to:
· Scheduling and tracking business travel arrangements for CEO.
· Providing support to CEO when he is traveling.
· Maintaining and reconciling CEO’s expense report.
· Managing company CRM database.
· Planning company events, both internal and external.
· Assisting staff in securing various membership and conferenceregistrations.
· Maintaining company calendar for key senior management meetings andconferences.
Minimum qualifications for this position include:
· 5+ years of experience supporting an Executive in a corporate or legalenvironment.
· Professional demeanor and excellent interpersonal skills.
· Exceptional organizational skills. Able to meet multiple deadlines.
· Strong verbal and written communication skills.
· Ability to exercise discretion with confidential material.
· Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and the Internet.
· BA Degree required. Further education is a plus.
To apply: Please email Heather Robertt at email@example.com.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Pre-professional Finance-Summer Intern
IBM San Francisco, CA
Pre-professional Finance-Summer Intern
IBM Redwood City, CA
Pre-professional Finance-Summer Intern
IBM Foster City, CA
Apply at the IBM website: http://www.ibm.com/us/en/
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Dominican University of CA is in the process of looking into most effective ways to improve the international climate of our campus. We want to help all DUC graduates become well rounded global citizens. We are looking for suggestions from students on ways to enhance services (academically and socially) to international and domestic students and to increase numbers of students to study abroad. Please help us with your ideas how to develop pre-study abroad and post-study abroad programs as well as a program designed to support students while they are overseas.
WHEN: March 30, 12:00 – 1:00
WHERE: Creekside room
Please join us (bring lunch) and help us with your ideas and suggestions.
If you have specific ideas/thoughts that you would like to share with us prior to the meeting, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org .
San Francisco Chapter of the American Marketing Association Mixer
Take some time out and join the San Francisco American Marketing Association for a beverage after work on March 31 at Eve Lounge from 6pm to 8:30 pm.
Network with colleagues, friends and nemeses from the bay area marketing community at SFAMA’s upcoming spring mixer!
What: SFAMA Mixer
Where: Eve Lounge575 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105-3001
When: Wednesday, 31 March 2010 From 6pm to 8:30pm
Cost: $5.00 in advance, $10.00 at the door
No host bar
Click to register http://march2010mixer.eventbrite.com/
Friday, March 19, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Reminding all students that it's time to start planning for next Fall.
If you are enrolled in BUS 1009, 2009, 3009, or 4009, advising will be part of your class, so you will not need to attend a Peer Advising Session.
For all other students Peer Advising will be held in Library 222 on:
Monday, March 29 11:30am – 1:30pm and Thursday, April 8 11:30am – 1:30pm
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Who: Those who want to connect and see an award winning film that explores and celebrates the crucial role that Title IX had in opening doors to create leadership opportunities for women in all arenas…from science and math to arts and athletics!
What: Movie Night showing "License to Thrive; Title IX at 35" by Theresa Moore
When: Friday, March 5th 2010 6:00pm - 9:00pm (refreshments will be served)
Where: Dominican University of California Campus in The Creekside Room, Caleruaga Hall Why: To celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month!
FREE Admission and all the popcorn you can eat.
Golden State Warriors Sports & Entertainment Career Fair
(March 13th, 2010 – Oakland, CA)
Join the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on March 13th, from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m., along with several other professional and collegiate organizations in the surrounding area, for an exclusive one day only job fair.
This is your opportunity to speak with representatives and interview for positions with various teams, and organizations.
The $18 registration fee includes admission to the job fair as well as a ticket to the Golden State Warriors vs. Toronto Raptors game at 7:30pm that evening. Job Fair attendees will also have the opportunity to purchase additional tickets for family and friends at the discounted rate of $18 per person.
Organizations attending Include: Golden State Warriors, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, Sacramento Kings, Sacramento Rivercats, Cal Athletics, CSN Bay Area, Clear Channel & more!!
The deadline to reserve your spot is Friday, March 12th. Early registration is recommended because of the high demand and limited ticket availability.
Orders are filled on a first-come first-serve basis and there are no refunds or exchange. To register, please click on the link below: http://www.nba.com/warriors/tickets/warriors_career_fair.html
Day-of-event registration will be available, but the inclusion of a game ticket cannot be guaranteed and is subject to availability.
Come network with industry professionals and get a job in sports!
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Enjoy dinner while learning strategic dining etiquette do’s and don’ts.
In this fast paced seminar, students in all majors will learn:
- How to project a polished and confident professional image in business and work situations
- Conversational and networking skills: Introductions & how to mix with ease
- Learn international business protocol and cross cultural differences
- How and what to order: Food restrictions, alcohol consumption
- Tips for overcoming fears and insecurities in social situations
- Often made mistakes in dining etiquette and table manners
Wednesday, February 23, 20105:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Creekside Room, Caleruega Hall
Speaker: Sharyn Kennedy Amoroso, Director of Etiquette and Protocol Services, LLC
Fee : Students: $20.00 (a super-discounted price)
(Fees include a 3 course sit-down dinner, presentation, & handouts)
Space is limited and reservations must be prepaid by February 19th.
We expect to sell out early. To reserve your space, drop off fee in cash or check payable to Dominican University to:
Division of Business & International Studies, Bertrand Hall, Rm. 26 (2nd floor)
Career & Internship Services, Bertrand Hall, Room 104
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
- A six-day leadership training named an “Exemplary Program” by the Kellogg Foundation
- Students will be attending from nine other Bay Area collegesCurrent first year, sophomores and juniors are eligible
- Monetary value: $1,475 – full tuition granted to those accepted(Personal and professional value – priceless)
- Students may receive one or two credit units from the School of Business and Leadership
Applications are due before Spring Break 5:00 PM on Friday, March 5, 2010
Go to www.Dominican.edu/leadershape
View the video made by five 2009 LeaderShape graduates
Read the Dominican brochure for program details
Attend an information session and dessert party on Monday, February 15 from 8:00-9:00 PM in the Creekside Room and ask questions of a student who attended last year
TO APPLY Download the Application (word document) OR pick up an application at the School of Business and LeadershipComplete the application (keep page #1, page #2 will expand)
Please bring or send it to School of Business and Leadership Reception Desk, 2nd floor Bertrand between 8:00AM -5:00PM Questions? Contact Alice Cochran, ILS LeaderShape Director at Alice.Cochran@Dominican.edu or 415-457-8997
KRC is Seeking a Project Associate
Kathleen Russell Consulting is a small, woman-owned public affairs firm in San Rafael, CA that works with Native, social justice, environmental, and progressive nonprofits and political candidates in achieving their social, economic and political goals. Please check out our website to learn more about our full-service communications firm at http://www.kathleenrussell.com/.
We are looking for a mid-level project associate and team player with a passion for progressive politics and making a positive impact in the world. The ideal candidate is a well-organized "detail" person and a strong writer/communicator with solid political instincts. Two years of experience in a P.R. agency or political campaign is required. Strong career advancement potential exists in our rapidly growing firm. This is an initial 3-month contract position with a possible permanent hire to follow. Competitive pay scale is commensurate with experience. A healthy benefits package is available for permanent hires.
To Apply: Please send an updated resume, compelling cover letter, three employment references and two writing samples to: email@example.com. Position will remain open until filled. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity. We strongly encourage women, people of color, members of the LGBT community and other disadvantaged groups to apply.
Monday, February 8, 2010
The Dominican Global Ambassadors Club celebrates the diversity of campus and the world. Our ambassadors will discuss how President Obama is viewed around the world, nationalized healthcare here and abroad, human rights, disaster relief, and monetary systems. Please support our international students.
Bring your lunch, bring your questions, and join us for this cross-cultural event! Dessert will be provided.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Please note that my last day in the office will be next Thursday, February 11. So, if you need anything, please let me know ASAP. As for advising, there will be a few people in the office who will be helping with this piece. Also, updated audits will be available for all undergraduate students starting on Tuesday, February 16, slighly earlier than normal, but feel free to pick them up.
For MBA and Pathways students, Sue Stavn will be your contact person. She will be seeing students by appointment and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
For day students, please see the Peer Advising dates listed below. We will also have a current student in the office who can meet with walk-ins during her office hours. Lindsay will be available:
Please note that Peer Advising will be extremely important this semester, so please attend if you are not a part of the BUS 1009 or 2009 class!!
For those with the Accounting concentration, you will meet with Liz Capener when advising begins.
Here are a few dates to put on your calendar:
Academic Advising Begins March 15
BUS 1009 & 2009 class advising sessions March 18 6:00-8:00pm
Peer Advising Sessions in Library 222 March 29 and April 8 11:30am-1:30pm
Priority Registration April 12-April 16
Open Registration Begins April 19
Concentrations for Day Students
If you have not declared a concentration and would like to, please stop by the School of Business and Leadership. We have the paperwork here and would be happy to sign it for you.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Calling all women who are in the Finance and/or Accounting Concentrations!
Do you have a GPA of 3.4?
If so, you could be eligible for a $5,000 scholarship, join us for a session to learn how.
Bring your lunch to this event and RSVP to Jessica Hansen at email@example.com by Friday, February 5.
Spend your Summer with Delloite - Deadlines are February 9!
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is an organization of member firms devoted to excellence in providing professional services and advice. The organization is focused on client service through a global strategy executed locally in nearly 150 countries. With access to the deep intellectual capital of 150,000 people worldwide, Deloitte’s member firms, including their affiliates, deliver services in four professional areas: audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services. Deloitte’s member firms serve more than one-half of the world’s largest companies, as well as large national enterprises, public institutions, locally important clients, and successful, fast-growing global growth companies.
There is a tax implication for almost every transaction a company undertakes, from trading to acquisition to offshoring. Even the most sophisticated global companies often struggle with balancing compliance details and long-term tax strategy. The tax specialists of Deloitte Tax LLP (“Deloitte Tax”) have the perspective to help companies understand national, state and local and international tax structures and align the tax function with businessobjectives.
*Bachelor of Science/Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting or Taxation, or JD or LLM Degree (with undergraduate accounting
*Minimum requirements to sit for CPA exam, preferable Pathway 2, before beginning full-time employment preferable
*Strong academic credentials
*Relevant work experience (e.g. internships, summer positions, school jobs)
*Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, and strong verbal and written communication skills
*Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguity
*Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels
*Minimum 3.0 G.P.A required, 3.2 G.P.A preferred
Campus Recruiting Manager
Sandra Gill/ firstname.lastname@example.org / (415) 783-5142
To submit a job-specific profile for this job or to view all of our career opportunities, please visit http://careers.deloitte.com/ , then select “Opportunities.”
Profile submission will take approximately 30 minutes.
Summer Leadership Conference
The Deloitte National Leadership Conference is a multi-day event for selected
students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and a keen interest
in business/professional services. Students from several colleges and universities will
be involved in workshops and activities geared towards bringing out their leadership,
team-building, interpersonal and negotiation skills and potential. In addition,
students will have numerous opportunities to network and interact with Deloitte
professionals of all levels, ranging from manager to partner/ principal from across
the U.S. We can guarantee that our conference will be one of the most exciting and
rewarding learning experiences you will ever encounter outside of the classroom!
All of this is at no cost to you! Learn more about us and yourself. Submit your jobspecific
profile for this program today!
· Sophomore or Junior Level students studying business
· Keen interest in professional services and a career in business
· Strong academic credentials (Minimum GPA of 3.25 or equivalent)
· Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, and strong verbal and written
· Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at
Campus Recruiting Manager
Sandra Gill/ email@example.com / (415) 783-5142
How to Apply- To submit a job-specific profile for this job or to view all of our career opportunities, please visit http://careers.deloitte.com/ , then select “Students” then “Job Search”.
While the worst seems to be over, there are plenty of unique challenges left facing organizations of all types; indeed for some, those challenges are just beginning. As a result, now more than ever organizations need and want individuals that can make a difference.
The Leadership Certificate (LC) 3.0 “The Making of Leaders™” is designed for those who wish to take charge, seek new strategies to lead in tough economic times, and tangibly contribute to the achievement of the organization’s goals.
The Certificate experience is comprised of 10 one-day sessions plus a final half day session. The sessions are on alternate Saturdays and the first one is February 27, 2010!
Led by successful senior executives and proven subject matter experts, “The Making of Leaders™” provides insights, practical guidelines and personalized coaching on a variety of topics central to the creation and development of leaders.
In addition, the experience offers the opportunity to conceive and implement a project within one’s organization to make a bottom-line impact, and thusly make the enrollment an investment neutral process. We call this “Session X”. Time is allocated at the end of each session to carry the projects to successful completion.
These are challenging times for us all. LC 3.0 focuses on how you can turn challenges into opportunities. While Leadership Development can be characterized as an ongoing process, when new and unique difficulties face us, added dimensions emerge. At such times, leadership takes on a whole new meaning, and the challenges of being a leader become magnified.
*How can you positively increase the impact you have on your work environment?
*How can you become a role model for your organization?
*How do you ready yourself for enhanced roles in the context of your career goals?
*How can you leverage your understanding of how others see you, towards enhanced contributions?
*How do you “re-invent” yourself to address these unprecedented times while remaining an authentic leader?
Click on /resolveuid/4042a96a4c7d2fdb15954018b71c5207 for complete details of this valuable experience. “The Making of Leaders” will be an invaluable component of what you can offer.
Capital Fellows Program
An outstanding professional and academic opportunity to work in state government for 10-11 months as a full-time member of the executive, legislative or judicial branch office. Apply Today!
The 2010-11 application deadline for the Capital Fellows Programs is quickly approaching on February 24, 2010. Applications and information about the four fellowships are available online at www.csus.edu/calst/programs .
Abercrombie and Fitch is seeking interested candidates for their Manager in Training position. Oportunities in the East Bay, South Bay and Central Valley.
If you are interested, contact Todd Bergman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
TODAY - January 26 - Last day to drop with 100% refund
February 1 - Deadline to add a class
February 1 - Last day to drop a class with 85% refund
Scholarship Opportunity for Finance Students
The Financial Women's Association of San Francisco is pleased to announce our 2010 Scholarship Program is now underway.
The FWA has been offering scholarship money to Bay Area women studying finance for more than 10 years. In that time, the Bay Area FWA has offered more than $1.3 million in scholarship money. Every year approximately $100,000 is awarded to eligible students ($10,000 to graduate students and $5000 to undergraduate students). In addition to the scholarship money, winner's receive an associate membership to our organization and are invited to take advantage of our mentorship program.
For more information, please see our website http://www.fwasfscholarshipfund.org/ regarding the scholarship.
1) female students pursuing careers in finance, accounting, or financial services
2) applicants must maintain a GPA of 3.4 or equivalent
Selection criteria includes:
1) demonstrated leadership skills
2) strong communication skills
3) alignment with FWA goals
4) financial need given consideration
Applications are due by March 16, 2010 and the interview process will begin in April.
Considering an Intership?
Now is the time to get an internship. It can count for your concentration and it is a great opportunity for Juniors and Seniors to get experience in the area you are interested in. See Career Services on the first floor of Bertrand Hall today for more information!!
Want to Study Abroad?
If you are interested in studying abroad for the Summer or Fall 2010 term, now is the time to start thinking about it. Come see Moriah in the School of Business for more details.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
All alumni, students, and faculty from Dominican University of California School of Business and Leadership are encouraged to join this group to help us expand our network of people and ideas. http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=140963
Leadership Lecture Series Upcoming Event
To purchase tickets, call Book Passage at 415-927-0960 or visit www.bookpassage.com.
Tickets are also available in person at Book Passage in Corte Madera and San Francisco.
Position: Director of Finance and Administration
Canal Alliance seeks a detail-oriented and thorough person who demonstrates a passion for immigrant rights issues and enjoys working with people of diverse ethnic backgrounds, to fill the role of Director of Finance and Administration.
The candidate will work in a four-person department, along with the Executive Director, Executive and Administrative Assistants, as well as working closely with the Development Department and Board of Directors. The person will be responsible for overall business administrative operations, including accounting, finance and human resources.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
*All facets of accounting and financial systems, including internal controls, reporting and budgeting
*Insure financial compliance with governmental regulations, grant and contract requirements, and generally accepted accounting principles
*Oversees an effective human resource system, including but not limited to personnel file and database management, COBRA compliance, benefits management and other related compliance areas
*Serve as the agency primary contract person, developing uniform contract terms and procedures and maintaining contract records
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
MBA or CPA preferred
Nonprofit accounting experience
Strong management, organizational, accounting, writing and analytical skills and ability to meet deadlines
Knowledge of Latino culture and/or Bilingual Spanish/English a plus
Please submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements in Word or PDF format to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Compensation will commensurate with experience, benefits package includes medical, optional 403(b) and Med125 plans. Position is full-time exempt.
For detailed information regarding our programs, please see our website at www.canallalliance.org
Thursday, January 14, 2010
If you are still looking for classes to register for, here are some classes that are still open:
1 Unit Classes
BUS 1904 Microsoft Office II - January 29 and February 6
BUS 3917 Project Management - March 19 and March 27
BUS 3909 Negotiating for Success - April 23 and May 1
Day Classes by Concentration
BUS 4031 Intermediate Accounting II Monday 6:00-8:45pm
BUS 4032 Taxation Tuesday/Thursday 2:15-3:30pm
BUS BUS 4042 Cost Accounting Tuesday/Thursday 12:50-2:05
BUS 4054 General Principles of Financial Planning Monday 6:00-8:45pm
BUS 4077 International Management and Global Cultures Monday/Wednesday 12:50-2:05pm
BUS 4000 Global Human Resource Management Monday 8:00-10:40am
BUS 4077 International Management and Global Cultures Monday/Wednesday 12:50-2:05pm
BUS 4015 Internet Marketing Monday/Wednesday 9:25-10:40am
BUS 4056 Consumer Behavior Tuesday/Thursday 8:00-9:15am
If you are interested in any of these concentration classes please go to the class with an add/drop form and the instructor will sign for you. 1 unit classes you may add with no signature. Thank you
Monday, January 11, 2010
Tax Consultant Summer 2010
Employer: Deloitte & Touche USA LLP
Title: Tax Consultant Summer 2010
InternshipDescription: Deloitte*, one of the nation’s leading professional services firms, provides audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services through nearly 35,000 people in more than 90 U.S. cities. Known as an employer of choice for innovative human resources programs, the organization is dedicated to helping its clients and its people excel. For more information, please visit Deloitte’s Web site at www.deloitte.com/us.
There is a tax implication for almost every transaction a company undertakes, from trading to acquisition to offshoring. Even the most sophisticated global companies often struggle with balancing compliance details and long-term tax strategy. The tax specialists of Deloitte Tax LLP (“Deloitte Tax”) have the perspective to help companies understand national, state and local and international tax structures and align the tax function with business objectives.As an employee of Deloitte Tax, you will work with colleagues worldwide to serve our clients. As you advance in your career, most Deloitte Tax professionals specialize in at least one industry and one group of service offerings.
As an employee of Deloitte Tax, you will work with colleagues worldwide to serve our clients. As you advance in your career, most Tax professionals specialize in at least one industry and one group of service offerings. As a first year in our organization you will have the opportunity to rotate through the following service lines:
Assist clients to meet the diverse and complex issues they face in complying with local, federal and international tax reporting requirements. Understand business objectives, strategy and the industry & economic trends to deliver the right set of services.
Private Client Advisors
Become a trusted advisor. Provide wealth planning advice relevant to personal finances, business and investment needs, family legacy and charitable giving to individuals and families, executives and owners of closely held businesses.
Deliver all-inclusive, integrated tax approaches that align with a client’s business objectives. Provide unique insights based on deep technical experience, wide-ranging industry background and a commitment to manage the broad range of complex tax issues at all stages of a client’s life.
Location: San Francisco, California
Position Type: Summer,
InternshipDesired Major(s): BUSADM, BUSA
Salary Level: Paid Internship
Job Function: Consulting, Business, Other, Real Estate
Desired Start Date: June 21, 2010
Duration: 8-10 weeksApproximate
Hours Per Week: 40Travel Percentage: < 10%
• Bachelor of Science/Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting or Taxation, or JD or LLM Degree (with undergraduate accounting degree)
• Minimum requirements to sit for CPA exam before beginning full-time employment preferable (Pathway II required)
• Strong academic credentials (GPA of 3.2 strongly encouraged)
• Relevant work experience (e.g. internships, summer positions, school jobs)
• Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, and strong verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguity
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels
Email For Resumes firstname.lastname@example.org
50 Fremont Street
San Francisco, California 94105
Human Resources Internship
Employer: Marin Senior Coordinating Council (Whistlestop)
Title: Human Resources Internship
Description: Whistlestop is a non-profit organization that promotes the independence and well-being of older adults and the disabled in Marin County. Whistlestop provides a comprehensive and integrated range of programs, services and activities including low cost nutritious meals, transportation services and multicultural programs dedicated to improving the well-being of older adults and the disabled.Our Human Resources Department has an unpaid part time internship opportunity.This intern will receive practical HR job experience by assisting in the day-to-day operations of the HR function at Whistlestop.
The Intern will be working in the areas of HR department development including staffing, recording keeping and compliance, safety, benefits and compensation. Some projects and activities include:
• Recruitment - including applicant screening, tracking, performing background checks and orientation
• Performance management – creation of job descriptions, tracking and reporting
• Recordkeeping and HIPPA compliance - establishing HR and benefit files and ensuring compliance
• Creating HR reports, performing research and reporting on metrics
• Other projects as neededWe are looking for Interns who are studying and/or interested in professional Human Resources and that want to learn valuable skills while making a significant contribution to the community through working with a nonprofit.
Applicants should have excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, good attention to detail and the ability to work independently. Applicants must be able to use diplomacy and maintain confidentiality. Microsoft office skills preferred.
Location: San Rafael, California
Position Type: Internship
Desired Major(s): BUSADM, HRMSalary
Level: non paid
Qualifications: Applicants should have excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, good attention to detail and the ability to work independently. Applicants must be able to use diplomacy and maintain confidentiality. Microsoft office skills preferred.Important
DatesPosted On: Jan 06, 2010
Applications Accepted Until:Sep 01, 2010
Email For Resumeslynne.bender@thewhistle
Employer: California Film Institute
Title: Motion Picture Marketing (copy)
Description: MOTION PICTURE MARKETING INTERNSHIP. Be a part of marketing and releasing the feature film “TOUCHING HOME” starring 4-time Oscar nominee Ed Harris and newcomers Logan & Noah Miller. Be a part of a cast & crew with 13 Academy Awards and 26 Academy Award nominations. You will help with publicity, internet marketing, special event planning, promotions, and other related marketing activities. This is the first project of it’s kind for the California Film Institute. For more information on the movie visit: www.touchinghomemovie.com and for the book visit: www.inorintheway.com
Location: San Rafael, California
Position Type: Internship
Salary Level: none
Job Function: Arts/Design, Real Estate, Retail - Management and Staff, Sales and MarketingDuration: five to six months
Approximate Hours Per Week: five to ten
Travel Percentage: Any Travel
Qualifications: QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS DESIRED: excellent communication skills (written and verbal), love for movies and /or books; desire to work on a team toward a unified goal. Organized & independent worker. Able to work remotely from own computer and at the San Rafael office occasionally as needed. Skilled with search, database creation and management, social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
Interns will report to an Intern Coordinator for weekly assignments and tasks.
BENEFITS TO INTERNS: Will learn about motion picture marketing including: internet marketing, non-profit arts organization, event planning, promotions, public relations, media & community outreach. Be a part of a cast & crew with 13 Academy Awards and 26
Applications Accepted Until:Jun 01, 2010
Email For Resumes email@example.com
Contact Information Jeromy Zajonc, Project Producer
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Spring 2010 Leadership Lecture Series
Preferred seating available with purchase of book from Book Passage.
Dr. Atul Gawande, The New York Times bestselling author of Better and Complications reveals the surprising power of the ordinary checklist. First introduced decades ago by the U.S. Air Force, checklists have enabled pilots to fly aircraft of mind-boggling sophistication. Now innovative checklists are being adopted in hospitals around the world, helping doctors and nurses respond to everything from flu epidemics to avalanches. Even in the immensely complex world of surgery, a simple ninety-second variant has cut the rate of fatalities by more than a third. Gawande is a surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and a staff writer for The New Yorker.
For questions, contact ILS@dominican.edu or 415-485-3202.
The Future Of Social Networks: An Update On Where We Are Today
Social networks will be like air, your friends will be where ever you need and want them to be. How close is this to a reality? And what can marketers do to prepare for this new open, ubiquitous social networking?
Human Resources Intern – Part Time
Marin Senior Coordinating Council (Whistlestop)
Whistlestop is a non-profit organization that promotes the independence and well-being of older adults and the disabled in Marin County. Whistlestop provides a comprehensive and integrated range of programs, services and activities including low cost nutritious meals, transportation services and multicultural programs dedicated to improving the well-being of older adults and the disabled.
Our Human Resources Department has an unpaid part time internship opportunity.
This intern will receive practical HR job experience by assisting in the day-to-day operations of the HR function at Whistlestop. The Intern will be working in the areas of HR department development including staffing, recording keeping and compliance, safety, benefits and compensation. Some projects and activities include:
Recruitment - including applicant screening, tracking, performing background checks and orientation
Performance management – creation of job descriptions, tracking and reporting
Recordkeeping and HIPPA compliance - establishing HR and benefit files and ensuring compliance
Creating HR reports, performing research and reporting on metrics
Other projects as needed
We are looking for Interns who are studying and/or interested in professional Human Resources and that want to learn valuable skills while making a significant contribution to the community through working with a nonprofit. Applicants should have excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, good attention to detail and the ability to work independently. Applicants must be able to use diplomacy and maintain confidentiality. Microsoft office skills preferred.
Interested applicants should send their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Ode Magazine is seeking a Public Relations Intern for three months (perhaps longer) to come into our Mill Valley office for a minimum of 10 hours per week. Ode is a magazine and website about the people, passion, and possibilities changing our world for the better. Ode celebrates the people making a positive difference in their communities, their countries, their businesses. Ode embraces the passion of new ideas that inspire innovative solutions to some of our greatest challenges. Ode explores the possibilities offered by fresh perspectives on everything from technology to finance to the human spirit.
Ode Magazine was established in The Netherlands in 1995. In 2003 a US office was established in Mill Valley, just north of San Francisco, to produce an international English-language edition.The Public Relations Intern will assist Ode Magazine with various PR initiatives.
The intern should be a creative, self-starter with the ability to build on ideas and work independently while taking direction and input from team members. Experience in the workplace is not required, but students with concentrations in Public Relations, Marketing or Communication are preferred. Ideal candidates possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, a professional demeanor in person and on the phone, as well as a desire to learn about strategic communications. Interns will be expected to engage in media research, identify and target media opportunities and trends, develop creative media pitches, follow up with media outlets and prepare media kits.
This is an unpaid internship, however Ode can compensate you for any travel to and from our Mill Valley office.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Emily Aviles at email@example.com with "Public Relations Internship" as the subject line.
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
A few things to remember:
- Classes for MBA SL start this Saturday, January 9
- Classes for Day, Pathways and GM MBA students begin on Tuesday, January 19
- January 18 is the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday
- If you still need to register for Spring 2010 classes, we can do that too, so come on by
I hope your new year has started off well and I look forward to seeing everyone back on campus soon.