Essential to the profession for more than 110 years, Architectural Record provides a compelling editorial mix of design ideas and trends, building science, business and professional strategies, exploration of key issues, news products and computer-aided practice.
The Centre for Education in the Built Environment (CEBE) is one of 24 Subject Centres which comprise part of the Higher Education Academy. The primary purpose of CEBE is to provide discipline based support for learning and teaching in the built environment subject communities of Architecture, Landscape, Urban Planning, Housing and Transport, Construction, Surveying and Real Estate.
Preservation Pennsylvania, through creative partnerships, targeted educational and advocacy programs, advisory assistance, and special projects, assists Pennsylvania communities to protect and utilize the historic resources they want to preserve for the future.
The Historic Preservation Education Foundation is a not-for-profit educational organization chartered in Washington, DC in 1986. HPEF takes pride in providing information not readily available to the public on important preservation issues.
The National Council for Preservation Education advocates for increased education in the field of historic preservation. Encourages education and tracks the various programs that have been developed in the field.
The National Community Development Association is a national nonprofit organization comprised of more than 550 local governments across the country that administer federally-supported community and economic development, housing and human service programs, including programs of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), and the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs.
Planetizen is a public-interest information exchange provided by Urban Insight for the urban planning, design, and development community. It is a one-stop source for urban planning news, commentary, interviews, event coverage, book reviews, announcements, jobs, consultant listings, training, and more.
Contains links to Professional Planners Associations, Planning School Associations, Learned Societies, Higher Education Groups in North America, Planning Research and Practice Resources, Student Resources, Blogs, Bibliographic Sites, Journals and Other Sites.
This website is a free resource provided by the Graduate Educational Information Service (GEIS). GEIS develops and maintains educational websites designed to enhance student outcomes and promote academic excellence.
Knowledge@Wharton is a web site and newsletter comprised of timely and interesting research and current events in the business arena. The CDO highly recommends this source for those exploring their interest in business fields and/or engaged in a job search in business or applications to business schools.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) is the premier career development institution that equips high potential African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans with the key ingredients—skills, coaching and door-opening relationships—that unlock their potential. By cracking the code on career potential, MLT is developing the next generation of minority leaders, for the corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial sectors, who will in turn have transformational impact on our communities.
Tuck Business Bridge Program
Location: Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Length: four weeks
Eligibility: Open to rising Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. Designed for non-business majors.
Cost: $9,800 (covers tuition, room, most meals, books, and activities)
Scholarships: A limited number of Need and Merit-Based Scholarships are available to students upon acceptance to the program. All students should expect to pay at least half-tuition.
Description: Comprised of activities ranging from team-building exercises to interview tutorials, Tuck Business Bridge Program arms students with the skills necessary for any type of business.
Summer Management Program
Location: Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
Eligibility: Open to rising Juniors and Seniors. Designed for non-business majors.
Cost: $8,325 (includes books, fees, and materials) Housing is $800 for single and $545 for double. Scholarships: A limited number of Need and Merit-Based Scholarships are available to students upon acceptance to the program. Description: With a combination of lectures, case studies, and team projects, this program both grounds students in the fundamentals of business and management and exposes them to proven decision-making and leadership techniques.
Summer Business Scholars Program
Location: Booth School of Business, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Eligibility: Open to students from ages 19-25 (most participants are rising Seniors). Open to students of all majors.
Cost: $6,300 (Includes class instruction, course materials, transportation to and from program events, departmental presentations, company visits, social events, meals, and housing.)
Scholarships: A limited number of Merit-Based Scholarships are available to students upon acceptance.
Description: Designed to increase understanding of business skills, fundamentals, and professions, this program hosts lectures held by UChicago professors, alumni panel discussions, and field trips to major companies in the greater Chicago area.
The Fullbridge Program 2012 Summer Boot Camp
Location: Cambridge, MA
Length: four weeks
Eligibility: Open to Rising Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Graduates within one to three years of graduation.
Cost: $7,500 (includes housing for weeks one and four), $8,500 (includes housing for full four weeks)
Scholarships: A limited number of Need and Merit-Based Scholarships are available. You may apply for a scholarship before having been accepted to the program.
Description: Students will work in teams to complete several assignments that culminate in a final project. They will learn about the inner-workings of big businesses, start-ups, and NGO’s.
Summer Institute for Entrepreneurship
Location: Stanford School of Business, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Length: four weeks
Eligibility: Open to rising Seniors and Graduates who are within two years of graduation. Applicants should be well on their way to completing coursework in a non business major (sciences, liberal arts). Economics majors from liberal arts schools can apply.
Cost: $10,500 (includes tuition, housing, meals, and all program materials)
Scholarships: While the program does not grant scholarships, students seeking a third party scholarship will be granted a grace period until their financial aid is secured.
Description: Students will attend introductory business classes, engage in professional development workshops, and enjoy presentations from local companies. With an emphasis on teamwork and small group discussions, students will gain skills necessary for any workplace environment.
BASE Summer Program – Business for Arts, Sciences, and Engineering at Haas School of Business
Location: University of California, Berkeley
Length: six weeks
Eligibility: Open to rising Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and students who have graduated within the last 2 years. Open to students majoring in the Liberal Arts, Sciences, and Engineering
Cost: $7,020 (includes tuition, course materials, and access to campus gym). Housing is $2,571 for a double and $3.083 for a single.
Description: During their six weeks at Haas, students will take three introductory business classes, participate in workshops and tutorials, hear guest speakers, and go on night and weekend field trips to major companies nearby.
Accelerator: Vanderbilt Summer Business Institute
Location: Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Nashville, TN
Length and Dates: four weeks
Eligibility: Open to rising Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors of all majors. Also open to Graduates within 2 years of graduation.
Cost: $9,000 (covers tuition, all materials and meals and travel while at the program) Students are encouraged to stay in Vanderbilt on-campus housing for an additional $1,000.
Scholarships: Accelerator offers payment plans that can extend your payments over an extended period of time.
Description: As an intensive business boot-camp for undergraduates and recent graduates of all majors, Accelerator provides a foray into the world of marketing, logistics, finance, operations, and branding.
Summer Business Institute
Location: Villanova University School of Business
Length: ten weeks
Eligibility: Open to rising Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and recent Graduates with non-business Majors.
Cost: $9,200 (includes tuition, books, and all materials), additional $2,600 for room and board (food).
Description: The Summer Business Institute offers a curriculum that both provides students with an introduction to business fundamentals and strengthens the communication, decision-making, and leadership skills necessary for any work environment.
Resources providing a broad overview of the skills needed in professional journalism with a look at the educational requirements, ethical reporting procedures, and information on various occupational specialties in the field.
Helps qualified K-12 educators find positions as elementary, middle, and high school Teachers, Administrators, and Senior Leaders in independent, private, and charter schools throughout California and other western states
Healthcareercenter.org was created to help aspiring healthcare and medical students and job seekers make better, more informed career choices by providing them with highly relevant, reliable and up-to-date job search, career development, and employment information.
HHMI grants support promising biomedical research scientists working outside the United States, medical and dental students seeking research training, and leading research scientists who are developing new approaches to undergraduate science education.
The Institute for Global Communications (IGC) plays a formative role in bringing advanced communications technologies to grassroots organizations worldwide working for peace, human rights, environmental sustainability, women's rights, conflict resolution and worker rights.
Rotary Peace Fellows are leaders promoting national and international cooperation, peace, and the successful resolution of conflict throughout their lives, in their careers, and through service activities. Fellows can earn either a master’s degree in international relations, public administration, sustainable development, peace studies, conflict resolution, or a related field, or a professional development certificate in peace and conflict resolution.
Welcome to this newly launched job and career website brought to you by the three most prominent groups in professional public service careers and education! NASPAA, ASPA & APPAM have put together this site for job seekers (and employers) at all levels of experience.
AAAS career development programs provide information, training, and opportunities for collaboration among scientists, policy makers, professional organizations, non-profits, government, and industries regardless of geographic origin or career stage.
Find your next chemistry job, pharmaceutical job, or biotech job through the classifieds and careers site of Chemical & Engineering News. Chemjobs offers tools, resources, and expert career advice to help new and experienced chemists reach their professional goals.
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