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The Office of Career Services and Experiential Learning strives to assist Trinity students & Trinity graduates in aspects of career planning, career development, as well as internship and job attainment. In addition to using Trinity Connections, our online job/internship database, the Office of Career Services will provide information on additional opportunities available to Trinity students on a frequent basis, as opportunities are shared.

Career Opportunities for the Week of September 19, 2017


Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) – Directorate of Operations (Spring 2018 Openings)
Be accountable to the President, Congress, and the American public to strengthen national security and foreign policy objectives through the clandestine collection of human intelligence (HUMINT) and by conducting Covert Action as directed by the President – this is what you’ll do in the CIA’s Directorate of Operations (DO). The DO seeks candidates with a variety of backgrounds, life experience, and professional and educational histories. Candidates must have (or be within one year of earning) a 4-year degree from an accredited college or university. While a GPA of 3.0 or better is preferred, each candidate’s overall academic performance is assessed. There is no preferred major or program of study.

Explore all occupations in the Directorate of Operations:

Collection Management Officer

Directorate of Operations Language Officer

Operations Officer

Paramilitary Operations Officer/Specialized Skills Officer

Staff Operations Officer

Targeting Officer

For more information and to apply, please visit the CIA’s Directorate of Operations website


Washington, DC | 100,000 Opportunities Initiative™ Job Fair
The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative™ will be hosting a Washington, DC | 100,000 Opportunities Initiative™ Job Fair tomorrow from 9am-3pm. With millions of job openings, employers are looking to hire strong talent. The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative™ forges connections between employers and the employees they need. Closing this gap creates pathways for opportunity, while meeting critical business needs and strengthening the economy.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
810 7th St NW
Washington, DC, DC 20001

Reserve your spot today!

 Register now for a guaranteed interview. Over 30 employers will be hiring on the spot!

 Click here for the full list of organizations.


Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay – CBP Communications: Web Content Specialist
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay seeks a Web Content Specialist for the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) Communications Office in Annapolis, Maryland. This position is an integral part of the overall CBP Communications Office team, central to our successful online communications efforts and responsible for the creation, maintenance and marketing of consistent high quality web content for the CBP website ( The Chesapeake Bay Program is a diverse federal/state/non-government partnership established in 1983. It works to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay and the thousands of streams, creeks and rivers in the watershed through collaborative policy making, scientific assessment and public communication.

The Communications Office is managed by the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay under grant funding provided by the Environmental Protection Agency. This position is based at the Chesapeake Bay Program office near downtown Annapolis, Maryland, with occasional travel throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed (Delaware, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington, DC). Candidates must be willing and able to pass a federal background check. Please email cover letter, resume, writing sample, design sample and salary requirements to by Friday, September 29, 2017. Include “Web Content Specialist” in subject line. No phone calls, please.

Northern VA/Washington DC Career Fair hosted by United Career Fairs
Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 – 6pm Sharp
Sheraton Hotel
11810 Sunrise Valley Dr.
Reston, VA 20191
*FREE to attend for job seekers
**Business professional attire required
For more info or to get registered, visit us at

BAE Systems – Financial Leadership Development Program
BAE Systems is recruiting for its Financial Leadership Development Program (FLDP), an entry-level program that develops future finance leaders. This highly competitive program consists of three one-year rotations within various finance, accounting, and business functions. Interested students are encouraged to apply at our career website,, entering job requisition number 29783BR.

Smithsonian National Museum of American History Development Internship (Spring 2018)
Through incomparable collections, rigorous research, and dynamic public outreach, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History explores the infinite richness and complexity of American history. The Development Office manages a robust philanthropy program that creates meaningful experiences for members and donors while raising funds to sustain core museum activities including exhibitions, education initiatives, public programs, conservation projects, capital projects, and more. The office is responsible for fundraising by identifying, securing, and stewarding financial support from individuals (trustees, major donors, and members) and institutions (foundations, government agencies, and corporations). The interns report to the Manager of Annual Giving, but will work closely with all development managers to learn different aspects of fundraising and development, while supporting the team in meeting its goals. Interns will learn about membership, major giving and personal philanthropy, assist with gift acknowledgements, special projects, and events, and help advance the process for individual and institutional donors and prospects. Submissions are due October 15, 2017! For more information including how to apply please click here 

Smithsonian National Museum of American History Special Events Internship (Spring 2018)
As part of the Development branch of the museum, the Office of Special Events at the National Museum of American History plans and coordinates over 100 events each year including: exhibition openings, press conferences, donation ceremonies, staff receptions, donor cultivation events, and corporate dinners and receptions. We offer an unparalleled opportunity for students interested in event planning and coordinating to delve into the museum environment and gain hands-on skills from a highly esteemed workplace. Our interns are given a great deal of responsibility and permitted the chance to develop their writing skills, interact with museum officials, work with caterers and vendors, and staff numerous special events. Special Events Interns attend the events as described above and assist with the coordination, while developing the skills necessary to plan and execute events.  Submissions are due October 15, 2017. For more information including how to apply please click here 

Crittenton Services of Greater Washington – Goal Setting Girls Youth Development Program Consultant
The Goal Setting Girls Youth Development Program Consultant is an intermediate opportunity for a youth development specialist who will report to the Crittenton Director of Programs. S/he will be responsible for delivering an after-school social and emotional learning program to groups of 15 teen girls at three middle schools in Montgomery County, MD; coordinating out-of-school enrichment activities; working collaboratively and coordinating with school staff and with other nonprofits working in the same schools or communities; tracking and reporting on program progress; and supporting independent program evaluation. The Program Consultant will work 24 hours per week including Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons until 6:00pm. This consultant opportunity requires a commitment to Crittenton’s core values, a sense of humor, and the ability to create a caring and safe environment for program participants while maintaining professional boundaries, to multi-task in a fast paced environment, to take initiative, and to be both flexible and persistent. Hourly rate will be negotiated, based upon experience and qualifications. Ideal candidate has experience delivering positive youth development programs in Montgomery County and/or working with Montgomery County Public Schools. Ideal candidate has demonstrated ability to recruit participants and deliver programs for adolescents in group settings and to deliver content on social and emotional development. Bilingual in Spanish or another language widely spoken by program participants is preferred. Ideal candidate also has a Bachelor’s degree (Masters preferred) in Social Work, Education, Counseling, Public Health, or related human services field. Reliable personal transportation is required.

To apply: Please send an email to with the following attachments:

  • Resume
  • A cover letter that provides examples of how your past experiences demonstrate that you have the competencies that are required for the position, and
  • A brief, work-related writing sample
  • No phone calls, please.

U.S. Secret Service Women in Law Enforcement Webinar
Hosted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
When: Monday, October 2, 2017
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) invites you to participate in the U.S. Secret Service (USSS) Women in Law Enforcement Webinar from 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 2. In partnership with the DHS Office of Academic Engagement, USSS will host a webinar for college and university students and recent graduate women interested in beginning a law enforcement career at USSS. This webinar will feature USSS representatives who will share their experiences as women in and paths to law enforcement careers at USSS. In addition, the presenters will highlight job and internship opportunities within USSS’s law enforcement career tracks. This event is free for participants. To register, visit
Email should you have any questions regarding participation in the event.


Let America Vote – Internship Program
Come and intern with Let America Vote, Jason Kander’s new grassroots organization that’s committed to protecting voting rights. We are now accepting applications for our fall internship and fellowship programs. Working at Let America Vote is fun, the hours are very flexible, and no experience is necessary! You will walk out the door at the end of the internship knowing how to run a local field program, as well as making lifelong friends. As a part of the Let America Vote field team, you will learn the building blocks for creating a grassroots field program and help elect candidates who will fight to support and protect our right to vote. You will engage in daily field activities and participate in our Field Organizer Training Program where you will learn from and be exposed to experienced campaign staff, as well as hear from a variety of guest speakers. If you are a motivated, resourceful person who wants to step into the forefront in the fight to protect voting rights across the country and learn the nuts and bolts of how a top-tier political operation works please visit to apply now. You can also call us at 571-336-2643 or email for more information.


ZERO TO THREE – Internship – Policy & Advocacy Intern
ZERO TO THREE is an organization with a mission to ensure that all babies and toddlers have a strong start in life. Founded in 1977 by leading researchers and clinicians in diverse disciplines focused on child development, the global non-profit organization now reaches millions of parents, professionals and policymakers each year. ZERO TO THREE has advanced the proven power of nurturing relationships by transforming the science of early childhood into helpful resources, practical tools and responsive policies for millions of parents, professionals and policymakers. Policy Interns are afforded the opportunity to make major contributions to our work and are considered an integral part of the team. Interns will work on a variety of projects related to the federal, state and advocacy work of the Policy Center. To apply visit:


Great Minds – Marketing Intern
Great Minds is a rapidly growing non-profit organization developing world class curricula for grades PK-12, is seeking a Marketing Intern to join our dynamic, dedicated team. At Great Minds, we believe every child is capable of greatness. Our mission is to ensure all students have access to a quality education and the full range of liberal arts and sciences. The Marketing Intern will gain valuable work experience in a fast-paced and challenging environment that provides opportunities to learn from the organization’s executives, participate in fun office events, and meet other interns. Our interns work on real projects that impact our programs, giving them the opportunity to make a tangible impact on the future of our organization. To apply visit:


Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) – Membership and Special Events
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a non-profit, bipartisan public policy organization established in 1962 to provide strategic insights and practical policy solutions to decision makers concerned with global security and prosperity. The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is looking for a dedicated intern to join their Membership Groups (MG) and special events department. The position involves engaging with CSIS Members and the Board of Trustees, organizing high-level policy events, interacting with high-level officials, and assisting with rental events for outside groups. The internship is a great opportunity to meet and connect with interesting and inspiring individuals who have achieved great success within their field. The small size of the MG department allows interns to take on multiple responsibilities and gain practical experience in an international think tank. To apply:


Maryland Neighborly Networks
Maryland Neighborly Networks has been providing residential services in Prince George’s County for more than 28 years. We are a small, private, non-profit agency and have been dedicated to individualized services since our inception. We have 10 positions, across all three shifts, working with individuals with special needs and are seeking energetic staff with good social skills to provide support in community activities as well as personal supports.  Flexible schedules.  To apply please email a cover letter and resume to


For more information, contact Career Services by phone at 202-884-9636 or visit us in the Academic Services Center, Library 1st floor.



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