July 27, 2021
New! Welcome Our Part-Time Staff!

Marny Smith is on leave until early 2022. In the meantime, Marxe Career Services would like to welcome two new part-time additions to our team! Both are available for Zoom and phone appointments.
Samantha Bruno, MSEd-HEA:
As the Career Services Coordinator, Samantha Bruno provides career advising and professional development support to students across the Marxe School programs. Her higher education career spans experiential learning, academic advising, internship and career coaching, previously at LIM College and The New School. She is a proud member of the Marxe community as a recent alumna of the Higher Education Administration (HEA) program and, most recently, in Marxe Academic Advisement as Graduate Advisement Coordinator, acting as advisor to the MIA and Executive MPA programs in Spring 2021. She received her BA in Communications from the University at Albany, SUNY and her MSEd-HEA in Higher Education Administration from the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at Baruch College.
Andrea Hundley, MAIR:
Andrea Hundley is Coordinator of Academic Operations and Global Initiatives at the Marxe School. She splits her time between advising students on Marxe-sponsored study abroad opportunities through the Office of Global Initiatives and assisting Career Services. Before joining the Marxe community in 2019, she held distinctive positions at the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance and the Office of the Attorney General. Andrea’s best adventure was serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cameroon, West Africa, 2010-2012 in the Education Sector. She has a BA in Spanish & International Relations from Clark University in Worcester MA, and a Master’s degree in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. 
New! Open House - White House Fellowship!|Hosted by White House Fellows Foundation & Association| August 5, 7:00PM

The White House Fellowship is the nation’s premier non-partisan leadership development program. Join them to learn about this exceptional opportunity to serve at the highest levels of government. Register.
New! Upcoming Presidential Management Fellow Info Sessions!

During the month of September, the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program will be hosting a series of informational webinars for prospective applicants about the upcoming PMF Class of 2022 Application. The informational webinars will provide a general overview of the PMF Program, details about the 2022 application cycle.

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New! Nominations Open: NYC 40 Under 40!

Each year, City & State recognizes 40 individuals under the age of 40 who have already made great strides in their careers and hold the promise of a bright future! Sound like someone you know? Nominate a friend, client or colleague for this honor!
New! Be in the Know About Opportunities with the UN Talent Pool!
Do you want to receive communications about UN opportunities related to your experience? Now is your chance! Join the UN Talent Pool and share your skills and expertise with UN recruiters! Join now!
Virtual Internships with Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS)!

VSFS is a nine-month, unpaid internship. The federal government needs the talent, fresh ideas, and digital excellence of college students. VSFS Interns will increase the digital capacity of federal agencies participating, whether technically, artistically or via increased communication. These virtual opportunities allow for flexible scheduling, provide opportunities to connect with others, and work collaboratively. Deadline July 31, 2021. Apply.

Learn more here about the 900+ virtual opportunities available!
New! Save the Date! (PMF) Info Session with Marxe Alumni | Hosted by Marxe Career Services | September 17, 12:00PM

Save the Date! Come hear from Marxe alumni about their experience as Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) finalists. More details to come. Register.
New! How to be a Chief Diversity Officer | Hosted by Office of the NYC Comptroller | July 29, 2:00PM

Hear about the field of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and learn how the Comptroller’s Office created and implemented a diversity agenda. This presentation is being offered through the NYC Comptroller’s Fellowship Program and is open to current CUNY students and CUNY alumni. Register.
Enhance your Federal Resume!

The Office of Personnel Management is hosting free federal writing workshops where they will will provide participants with information on how best to write a resume that highlights strengths and accomplishments.

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** Got an interview with the Federal Government? Join a webinar on Tuesday, August 17, 2:00PM EDT for insider interview techniques! Information during this session will include interview preparation, coverage, delivery methods, types of questions and how to respond, as well as other considerations.