GovX, Inc. Accounting Internship Opportunity – Resume due by Aug. 29

govxHello Accounting Minors,

As an UCSD Alumnus, I wanted to let you know about an accounting internship we have available at GovX, Inc. See below for details about the company and position.

If you would like to be considered, please send an email to me at This should include a brief cover letter and estimate of hours available per week included in the body, as well an attached resume (file type should not matter- I will let you know if I’m having trouble opening).  Resumes are due no later than Friday, August 29, but we are looking for someone to start within the next two weeks and continue through the quarter.

Feel free to call or email me with any questions!

Accounting Intern at GovX, Inc.

GovX Inc. is a startup e-commerce website that delivers its members (military, fire, first responders, and more) select products with exclusive pricing.

GovX Inc. thrives on its superb customer service around a largely direct-from-manufacture purchasing system using a sophisticated, inter-connected, e-commerce platform connecting us with our shippers, manufacturers and our entire customer support team and manufacturer support team.

With its rapid growth stage underway, GovX Inc. seeks highly motivated men and women who want to work on a winning team with a mission, where their contributions to that mission are recognized and rewarded.


  • GovX’s accounting department, located in La Jolla, California is offering a paid internship with the potential for further opportunities with the company down the line.


  • Accounting-related clerical tasks including data entry and filing of electronic and paper files
  • Process invoices in Microsoft Excel and Quickbooks Pro
  • Communicating with third party vendors with respect to accounts payable
  • Special projects as needed


  • Must be actively enrolled or a recent graduate at an accredited local University, with a major or minor that is within the Economics or Accounting departments. Current GPA of 3.0 or above.
  • High level organization and attention to detail required
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Basic skills in Microsoft Excel and Adobe Acrobat preferred
  • Minimum of 8 hour commitment per week
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. without Visa sponsorship.


  • Build resume and explore career options
  • Potential letter of recommendation
  • Opportunity to grow into full-time position
  • Supervision and interaction with all levels of accounting department
  • Flexible scheduling to allow for midterms, finals, and changes in class schedule
  • Casual dress
  • Bagel Friday
  • Workplace in downtown La Jolla, close to Bus 30 route
  • Starting pay is $10/hour

Alex Israel
Accounting Manager
GovX, Inc.
7817 Ivanhoe Ave., Suite 301
La Jolla, CA 92037

858.224.7847  Office

Entrepreneur Challenge – Collaborate with Rady MBA Students! (Meeting on Wed., Aug. 20th)

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Attention: Students Who Want To Gain Applied Job and Business Experience

  • Student Group: UCSD Entrepreneur Challenge
  • Category: Business Competition/ Educational Seminars/Networking/Applied Science
  • When: ASAP for officers, next month for teammates, all year for competitors

Hello Business Undergrads!

There is an opportunity with an important student group on campus you can enter as either a contestant or an organizer. They are getting ready for the new year, and we are looking to spark interest early! 


This past year, David Eichhorn was Co-Chair of what has become an important venue for student innovation at UC San Diego. The Entrepreneur Challenge is a $100k business competition entirely run by students, and it is now entering its ninth year. They raise our own funds, they train our competitors, and they put on our own events. It was founded by Jacobs School of Engineering Students to provide a way for technical students to learn about the application of their discoveries into a real world business format, and for students to come through, learn how businesses work, and to make themselves more employable. “The Challenge” has become a well known event in the local business community with angel and venture capital investors, local business people, and local businesses. They are sponsored by big names like Qualcomm, ResMed, Janssen Labs, Connect, DLA Piper, and more. 

Although a Rady MBA student, David Eichhorn says that a VERY large portion of what he learned was from consulting on technical projects and from teaching other students how to pitch their ideas. He has a background in science, which is very different in how it communicates and thinks, and so he and his teammates made a particular effort this past year to teach students from the sciences how to thrive in business settings and how to take ideas and identify the value to business that would align everyone’s interests and allow them to thrive. They took contestants with no idea exactly what their business was or how to pitch it and in three weeks made them high caliber business pitches. You can learn and help too!

The Opportunity

Being a teammate or an officer in putting on The Challenge is an incredibly rewarding experience that puts you in contact with ideas from all over campus, that puts you in contact with business thought leaders in the local community, and that challenges you to coordinate with the highest levels of innovation at the University. By teaching other teams, putting on events, and helping make operations smoothly for The Challenge, students get exposed to job opportunities, leadership experience, training on how to interact with real business concerns, and most importantly, how to focus research on valuable applications for either business venture applications or grant proposals.

Open Positions:

  • Teammates: The lifeblood of operations
  • Chief Marketing Officer
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Chief Fundraising/Financial Officer
  • Chief Technical Officer
  • CEO

Next Steps:

Training will be underway in the next week. Please show up to learn more, no obligation. Whether or not you decide you can contribute, we will teach you E-mail marketing, website administration, event planning, and business consulting development.

Attend a meeting at UCSD Rady School of Management in Multipurpose Room 2 (MPR2) on Wednesday, Aug. 20th from 5-8pm for more information. Also, visit the website at .

California Board of Accountancy (CBA) Offering a FREE Live Event and Webcast – September 17


There are two events this September that are great opportunities for UCSD students to meet recruiters and learn more about the CPA Exam.

1) CALCPA / California Board of Accountancy Event

DATE: September 17, 2014 from 5-7 pm
PLACE: University of San Diego
SOLES Auditorium
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA

TOPIC: The topic will be on the pathway to becoming a CPA. This a perfect event for those interested in taking the CPA Exam, but still have unanswered questions. Questions can be asked directly to those at the CBA who create the exam!

REGISTRATION:  This will be a FREE live event and webcast throughout the state. You can register for the live event or webcast by going and using the code Q2000914. (Please see how to register for free as a CalCPA Student Member at the bottom of the page)!

2) CalCPA Speed Mentoring Event

DATE: September 26, 2014  from 5:30-8 pm
PLACE: Handlery Hotel & Resort
950 Hotel Cir N
San Diego, CA 92108

TOPIC: Don’t miss the opportunity to sharpen your “soft skills” as well as gain valuable insight from experienced members during this networking event featuring our version of “speed mentoring”.  Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and drinks at the Handlery Hotel & Resort located just off of IH8 and east of IH5 in Mission Valley while networking with individuals representing firms throughout San Diego county including the Big Four.

REGISTRATION: Since space is limited for this popular evening event sponsored by Becker CPA Review, be sure to register. 25$ for CalCPA student members, but worth it! (Please see how to register for free as a CalCPA Student Member at the bottom of the page)!

Become a CalCPA Student Member for Free!

It is a great way to learn about Networking Opportunities!

1) Go to the
2) Click “I want to Join CALCPA as a Student”
3) Fill out your information
4) Submit

So_You_Want_to_be (link to PDF flyer)





The Digital Communications Intern will gain hand-on experiences and exposure to social media marketing and building digital partnerships.

The idea candidate will be a self-starter who is esthetic about diving into the world of digital PR and marketing. They will be outgoing, social media savvy, and eager to learn.

You must be a student receiving college credit, as this is an educational internship. This internship is unpaid. Flexible scheduled of 5 hours per week for a minimum of 12 weeks.

Please submit your cover letter and resume to

More information can be found on Port Triton. 

Apply for the American Advertising Federation’s 2015 Most Promising Multicultural Students Program



The AAF’s Most Promising Multicultural Students program connects the advertising industry with the nation’s top minority college seniors. This premier event provides opportunities to recruit fresh talent, to further prepare advertising’s best young prospects and to help the industry’s workforce better reflect the multiculturalism of today’s society. The program not only honors the students, but enhances their knowledge and understanding of the advertising industry by offering networking, interviewing and industry immersion opportunities with industry professionals. 

2015 Most Promising Multicultural Students Program:
February 1-4, 2015
Roosevelt Hotel New York
45 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017

Important Information:

Student-Run Conference and Case Study Competition in Hong Kong – Sept. 4-5, 2014

AIBC 2014

Asia Investment Banking Conference 2014.

The case study competition has officially opened and winners of the competitions will be fast tracked to a Credit Suisse summer internship in 2015.

Held for the 6th year running, the AIBC is the largest student-run conference in Asia focused on corporate advisory and financial markets. Students who are interested in finance and are keen on investment banking in Asia are strongly recommended to attend, as there will be insightful panel discussions and networking opportunities.  Participating firms include Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs.

To attend as a delegate, students can register online via our website. Students must be registered delegates to take part in the competitions.

For more information, please visit:

To register online, please visit:

8/26-27 Career Fair + Interview Day at UC Irvine


CIA representatives will attend the MyWorkster Recruit OC Career Fair on 26 August 2014 at UC Irvine.  The representatives will remain the following day (27 August) to conduct interviews for the positions listed below.  In order to be selected for an interview, interested applicants must apply online at the CIA website ( for one or more (up to 4) of the positions.  For convenience, a link is provided for each listed position.  Interested persons don’t have to attend the fair in order to be selected for an interview.  Once the application is submitted, the applicant should send an email to Francis K. at indicating what position(s) the applicant applied for and noting interest in the 27 August interview date.


Attorney (Honors & Lateral) –

Civil Litigation Attorney –

Contract Litigation Attorney –

Ethics Counsel –

FOIA Attorney –

Paralegal –


Resource Analyst

Contracting Officer –

Engineering Specialist – Entry and Developmental;

Field Engineer – Entry and Developmental;

Telecommunication Information Systems Officer – Entry;

Customer Service & Information Technology Officer – Developmental –

Industrial Contract Property Management Specialist –

Data Scientist –

Applications Developer –

IT Project Manager – Full Performance to Senior –

IT Engineer – Entry/Developmental –

IT Engineer – Full Performance –

Librarian –

Open Source Officer –


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