The deadline for the Matt Fong Asian Americans in Public Finance Scholarship is a week away! The scholarship will offer up to 2 awards of $1,500 to Asian students studying accounting, political science, public policy, business administration or related fields. The application deadline is February 20, 2015. We would appreciate your help in forwarding this information to any students who may be interested or major advisors.
Asian Americans in Public Finance strives to enhance, develop and promote the professional lives and careers of dedicated Asian Americans in public finance as well as those interested in pursuing a career in public finance or the public sector. Public Finance is the study of government’s impact on the economy, and a profession in public finance involves the funding and financial management of public goods, services, and facilities provided directly by state and local governments, through its agencies or community not-for-profit organizations. A profession in this field requires a commitment to public service.
The Matt Fong Asian Americans in Public Finance scholarship honors the memory of former California state treasurer, Matt Fong, for his dedication to public service, active involvement in state politics, and direct impact he had in opening up opportunities for Asian Americans in the public finance industry. Matt Fong’s life embodied the mission of the Asian Americans in Public Finance organization.
- Grade level: Incoming sophomore, junior or senior at a four-year college or university in 2015-16
- Must be enrolled in California college or university
- Major: Accounting, political science, public policy, business administration or related fields
- Ethnic heritage: Asian (at least 50%)
- Minimum GPA: 3.0
- Financial need
- Preference given to those with record of community service or volunteer work
The application form can be found here: http://asianpacificfund.org/what-we-do/scholarships/apply-for-scholarship/#mattfong
Any questions or concerns can be sent to email@example.com.
ArtPower! Film believes that the economics/business departments at UCSD would be interested in the film we are screening and/or meal on February 20 at the Loft about young people trying to cave out a career in today’s globalized corporate world, struggling through times of economic crisis -they accept entry level jobs anywhere across the globe, neglecting their personal relationships and instead bond with their colleagues on these overseas assignments.
This dark satire is considered the German counterpart to the American film The Wolf of Wall Street, receiving many accolades when it screened at the Berlin Film Festival in 2014. Two highly paid consultants have been touring the world’s dirtiest and most impoverished countries for years seeking to satisfy their clients’ hunger for profit. Their goal is to ascend to the company’s top echelon and finally be made partners. The unwritten company rule: they’ll need to secure their final promotion by their mid-thirties or else they’ll be sidelined. Reality exists merely as a dusty silhouette behind the windows of their air-conditioned luxury hotels.
REGULAR >> $34 Food + Movie; $10 Movie Only
SUBSCRIBER >> $29 Food + Movie; $8 Movie Only
UCSD STUDENT >> $29 Food + Movie; $6 Movie Only
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State of California Franchise Tax Board (FTB): Info Session
Date: Wednesday, February 18th
Time: 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: Rady School of Management Otterson Hall 1S113
Class Levels: All
The California Franchise Tax Board is a state taxing agency responsible for administering the Personal, Bank, and Corporation income tax laws for the State of California. Come meet Vince Tabarracci, Associate Tax Auditor and San Diego Regional Recruiter, from the San Diego office to learn more about career opportunities with the Franchise Tax Board and the industry of governmental accounting. They are seeking to hire two full-time Tax Auditors in their Personal Income Tax (PIT) division at their office in Mission Valley.
The New York Times will be at the Career Services Center this Friday, 2/13/15, recruiting both technical and non-technical students for their technology and marketing/advertising internships and full-time positions. Please share this with interested students.
1:30-3 p.m. – Office Hours – Sign Up Now! – Only 5 slots left!
UC San Diego Alumnus Marlo Epres (Warren ‘05) will be hosting Office Hours to speak with candidates who are interested in the
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- Search for one of the positions you are interested in:
- Advertising Intern – Ad Platform & Operations (job #798349)
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3-4:30 p.m. – Information Session
Marlo will be giving an informational and technical talk about the publication’s current challenges in moving from the print to digital world. He will be showcasing technology that he and his team have built, and show how developers can access (for free!) New York Times’ content dating all the way back to 1851. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
Space is limited! RSVP today! https://ucsd-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=676556df9e6c49faa8d1a11b9d2ef6ee&s=event&ss=is
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be Chairman of the Federal Reserve?
UCSD’s Rady School of Management in collaboration with Federal Reserve, San Francisco, San Diego State University and University of San Diego present…
Federal Reserve University Symposium & FOMC Simulation
We are excited to invite you to attend a special symposium presented by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco! The Symposium includes engaging presentations from Fed Reserve staff on:
- Purposes & Functions of the Federal Reserve
- Challenges and trends in the banking industry
- Current economic forecast presented by a Fed economist
- The Fed’s role in setting monetary policy
- The effect of monetary policy decisions on the U.S. economy
Representatives of the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank will guide students through a Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting simulation. The FOMC is the main body that makes decisions about monetary policy in the United States (You probably have heard about quantitative easing, federal funds rate target and inflation target, among others, which are all set and implemented by the FOMC).
Students will represent members of the FOMC and economists of the Fed. Each student will analyze of the current economic situation (with some students focusing on specific aspects of the economy) and develop a policy recommendation.
Date and Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
Location: Wells Fargo Hall 1N108 at Rady School of Management, UC San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA 92093
Directions to Rady and parking lot P-357 can be found here. Visitors must purchase a parking permit at a pay station.
Check out the event flyer here: Univ Symposium Flyer_merged
This event is open to all upper division students interested in Finance, Banking, and Economics.
** Students in MGT184: Money & Banking do not need to RSVP.
Do you have an idea for how to make the world a better place? University and college students throughout San Diego are encouraged to participate in the 2015 San Diego Social Innovation Challenge. Up to $35,000 of seed funding will be awarded to help students launch their social impact ventures. Submissions are due by February 16, 2015. Learn more and apply here: http://www.sandiegosocialinnovation.org<http://www.sandiegosocialinnovation.org/>
The Social Innovation Challenge (SIC) is a student social venture competition organized by the Center for Peace and Commerce at the University of San Diego and open to students throughout San Diego County. Through the SIC, university students in San Diego generate ideas for innovative ventures that respond to a social, economic, environmental, or justice issue of their choice, and submit proposals to win seed funding for their ventures. Social ventures may be for-profit, non-profit, or hybrid models with a domestic or international focus.
For more information contact Grace Michel at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>
Check out the flyer here: SIC One-Pager_1-12-15
Summer Session and the Outreach Coordinators for International and Out-of-State Students are cohosting the Summer Opportunities Info Session on Wednesday February 18, 2:30-4pm. This workshop is developed specifically for our international and out-of-state students to explore educational and experiential learning opportunities in the summer.
We will have presentations from Summer Session, Academic Internship Program (AIP), and International Center, followed by a Q&A session. Please share this opportunity with your students. Attached is a flyer for you to share and display.
Who: International and Out-of-State Students
What: Summer Opportunities Info Session
When: Wednesday February 18, 2:30-4:30pm
Where: Dolores-Huerta/Vera Cruz Room, located in the Student Center
Presenters: Summer Session, Academic Internship Program, and International Center
Light refreshments will be served.
Check out the flyer here:Summer Opportunities Workshop Flyer