The PSUEA will meet Tuesdays at 8 pm in 160 Willard this semester.
The Washington State Department of Revenue has an internship opportunity for this summer. They regularly hire students who were interns. More informaion below:
The Economic and Revenue Forecast Council is currently recruiting for a Research Analyst Intern. Please note that the closing date is April 4, 2018.
Please forward this information to any college student or recent graduate that is looking for an internship opportunity in the field of economics or statistics.
For more information, please see recruitment information for Research Analyst Intern Spring/Summer 2018 (Administrative Intern 1)
More information about the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council can be found at www.erfc.wa.gov.
Information Meeting, Wednesday, March 21 at 7:00 PM in 102 Kern
For Whom: Anyone interested in pursuing graduate school in economics.
For What: Information on resources available from the Economics Department to prepare for a successful career in economics, and how to prepare for successful admission to graduate school
• Mentoring resources from Faculty
• Details about our special mentoring program for women and minorities
• Exposure to academic research
• Connect with faculty undertaking research in your area of interest
Why: Why should I pursue a career in economics? Why do I need to start thinking about it now?
• Types of careers