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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Senior Loan Officer in NYC

January 9, 2012 - Senior Loan Officer Business Center for New Americans, NYC The Business Center for New Americans (BCNA) is a non-profit that creates a pathway to self-sufficiency for immigrants, refugees, women and others by providing access to capital, specialized training, technical assistance and personalized coaching. BCNA is a Small Business Administration (SBA) Approved Intermediary Lender and certified as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) by the CDFI Fund at the US Department of Treasury. As of September 30, 2011, we have made over $8.5 million in microloans which range from $500 to $35,000. We also have an Individual Development Account (IDA) Program … Continue reading
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Fair Lending Specialist

January 9, 2012 - Fair Lending Specialist  Reinvestment Partners (formerly known as Community Reinvestment Association of North Carolina) is a nonprofit agency advocating for economic justice and opportunity, is currently seeking a Fair Lending Specialist to assist in increasing their capacity on fair lending issues.   Description: The Fair Lending Specialist (FLS) will be responsible for the intake and resolution of complaints and inquiries, and working with the Project Director on maintaining a database of these complaints and inquiries. The FLS will also be responsible for fair lending tests.  The responsibilities will include: recruiting and training testers, assigning and debriefing of testers, and evaluation … Continue reading
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Deputy Director Needed for Office of Smalll Credit Union Initiatives

January 9, 2012 - Job Title: Deputy Director, Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives Agency: National Credit Union Administration   SALARY RANGE: $125,000.00 to $165,000.00 / Per Year OPEN PERIOD: NOW until Monday, January 23, 2012 DUTY LOCATION: Alexandria, VA   ——————————————————————————–   DUTIES: The OSCUI Deputy Director will:   -Provide administration and direction to specific OSCUI functions including Outreach and Partnerships, Loan and Grants and Accounting and Budgeting. -Exercise executive leadership, direction, coordination, and control over staff in the office of Small Credit Union initiatives who have the responsibility to establish and implement programs and procedures to carry out NCUA’s responsibility as the … Continue reading
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Investor/Borrowing Coordinator Position Available

January 9, 2012 - The Investor/Borrower Coordinator position is now available in Washington, DC at the Institute for Community Economics (ICE), an affiliate of the National Housing Trust.  ICE is a CDFI that pioneered the development of community land trusts in the U.S. and has been lending nationally for the development of shared equity housing for over 30 years.  Socially responsible investors provide the majority of our lending capital. The full job description is available at this link: http://www.nhtinc.org/job_opportunities.php .   The Position Summary states in part:  The I/B Coordinator will engage ICE’s two core customer groups and primary sources of support: Socially responsible … Continue reading
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Echoing Green Fellowship Available

January 9, 2012 - Echoing Green’s world-renowned two-year Fellowship program provides more than $2 million in seed funding to a diverse group of the world’s most promising social entrepreneurs. Those selected receive up to $90,000 in funding to launch new organizations; access to Echoing Green’s robust network; leadership development opportunities, and; one- to-one support and counseling.   The Echoing Green Fellowship selection process is highly competitive. Applicants progress through three application stages with eliminations after each phase. By the end of the process, Echoing Green will have narrowed the 2500+ applications to 12-20 fellowships. The 2012 Fellows will begin their fellowship July 2012 and … Continue reading
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Financial Analyst Position Available

January 9, 2012 - Job Opening: Financial Analyst (Policy and Program Officer) Would you like to use your knowledge of the financial and business principles, operations, and practices of Community Development Financial Institutions or Community Development Entities in an exciting job with the federal government?  If your experience includes processing award program applications; providing outreach, training, and technical assistance to actual and potential awardees; and, participating in studies and assessments aimed at improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the awards program; then we invite you to apply for this position with the Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. Financial Analyst (Policy and Program … Continue reading
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Cancelled Spring 2012 Courses 1.05.12

January 5, 2012 - ECON 353            International Finance                     Dr. Vargha Azad INT 601                 Intro to Research                             Dr. Renee Clarke COM 340              Voice Techniques                            Gaynelle Evans INT 117                 Intro Info Lit                                       Angel Nash POLS 274              Politics, Lit & Film                             Sophia Young COM 395              Advanced Journalism                     Mitch Tropin Continue reading
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Your Academic Advisor May Have Changed. See Below

January 4, 2012 - Since we have two new people advising students, here is a review of the advising loads, by program: UNDERGRADUATE AA Program (THEARC)                   All Students                        Candice Washington Business (BADM)                             Last Names A & B             Professor V. R. Nemani Business (BADM)                             Last names  C- Z                Nicole Herd Criminal Justice (CRJ)                      Last names A & B             Professor Thomas Mostowy Criminal Justice (CRJ)                      Last names C- Z                 Stephanie McKissic Communication (COM) UG          All Students                        Nicole Herd General Studies (GST)                   All Students                        Richard Opoku Human Relations (HUMR)            Last names A & B             Dr. Daryl Thorne Human Relations (HUMR)            Last names C- Z                 Stephanie McKissic … Continue reading
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Are you a Graduate Student Worried about Your Research Skills? Try Research Rescue Next Week

January 4, 2012 - Are you a graduate student worried about your research skills? If you have taken INT 601 and want a refresher before you go into your capstone or thesis class, try one of these sessions: Research Rescue Series. All sessions will be held from 5pm to 8pm in Main 251 Monday, January 9th                       An Overview of the Research Process with Dr. Kelley Wood Wednesday, January 11th             Quantitative & Mixed Methods with Dr. Stanley Nwoji Thursday, January 12th                   Qualitative Research with Dr. Janine Clarke Friday, January 13th                         Developing  the Research Question & Theoretical Framework with Dr. John Davis Continue reading
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New Graduate Transitions Program in SPS- INT 501

January 4, 2012 - The new SPS Graduate Transitions Program will debut this Spring. All new Graduate students will be enrolled in this new non- credit ($0) class. Continuing students may enter the program with the help of an advisor. It is intended to orient students to the rigors of a graduate program, its writing requirements, and how to use statistics and data to make management decisions. The course is INT 501. This mandatory program meets from 1pm to 4pm on the following schedule: Session 1     1/21/12        Making the Transition to Graduate School           Instructor: Dr. Kelley Wood                                                                                         Room:  Social Hall Session 2     1/28/12        Academic … Continue reading
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