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Looking for your next opportunity? Here are a couple of opportunities that are expiring soon on Handshake.

+ Web Content Assistant | Society for Neuroscience | Washington, DC
Full-time | Application close Fri 4/13
The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) is searching for a Web Content Assistant to write, edit and publish editorial content and visual content on SfN’s website ( The Assistant will help identify opportunities to share Society information and elevate audience engagement on, as well as compile statistics related to the site. This role will work with multiple departments within the Society to ensure close collaboration with content contributors. This role is ideal for a candidate who is looking to take the next step in their career.

+ Development and Program Intern | The Ocean Foundation | Washington, DC
Summer 2018 | Paid | Application close Sun 4/15
Do you love the ocean? The Ocean Foundation, through its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiative, is looking for a Development and Program (D&P) Intern who is passionate about protecting the ocean and has an interest in working with a non-profit. The key responsibilities will be to work with the Development and Program teams, on projects related to database management, content research, written-content production, and strategic project planning. In this position the intern will be assigned an internal and an external mentor who will provide professional development support during the D&P intern’s tenure at The Ocean Foundation.

+ Science & Technology Career Field | Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) | Bethesda, MD + 3 more locations
Full-time | Application close Mon 4/16
Officers in this Career Field apply scientific methods and technical tradecraft across the full range of intelligence requirements. They support and conduct technical collection including collection planning, execution, exploitation, research and development, processing, reporting, and the development of tradecraft, tactics, techniques, and procedures. Officers conduct technical exploitation including exploitation of organically and externally collected materials, as well as exploitation of existing data for novel or innovative uses and undiscovered signatures. Officers are expected to have a broad understanding of the totality of the career field and a deep expertise in their specialty. They are expected to collaborate across the intelligence community on tradecraft and within the Science and Technology (S&T) community of National Labs, Industry, and Academia on technical collection and exploitation systems and methods.