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Gap-Year Fellowship — Project Horseshoe Farm

This upcoming year, Project Horseshoe Farm is offering our traditional Gap-Year Fellowship, which will begin in June of 2022 and finish in July of 2023 at the Greensboro, Marion, and Pomona sites. For applicants who are available and interested, we are also offering a 6-month Fellowship opportunity in Greensboro from January through July of 2022. It will be shorter, but similar in experience to the full-year Fellowship.

The application deadline for the 2022-23 gap-year Fellowship is on February 13th, 2022. The application deadline for our 6-month Fellowship in Greensboro is November 14th, 2021. Your students can find us (and the application) on Handshake or at our website, and can obtain more information from the attached flyer.

Posted on October 30, 2021 in Student Opportunity Center Listings

Johns Hopkins Macksey Symposium Applications Now Open

Gather To Disseminate Your Humanities And Interdisciplinary Research On A National Scale

Johns Hopkins University’s third annual Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium was designed to offer students across the country the chance to gather together and disseminate their humanities and interdisciplinary research on a national scale. COVID forced us to adapt to a virtual event, but that in turn was a great success with close to 1,000 participants and more than 25,000 visits to the conference site to date. This year’s event will be virtual as well, held live April 8th-10th, 2022, and our application portal is now open. The submission deadline is February 15, 2022.

Students can email to indicate their interest in drop-in hours.

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The 2022 Macksey Symposium will feature the following:

  • A robust national student audience: undergraduate students from any two or four-year college or university who would like to present their original humanities and/or interdisciplinary scholarship.
  • Multiple panels of student papers and original creative works.
  • A keynote delivered by the contemporary poet Elisabet Velasquez, who recently released When We Make It and whose poetry has been featured in TIDALNBCLatina Magazine, and more. Elisabet Velasquez will share in a fireside chat with students about creative inspiration and her research process.
  • Multiple professional development panels featuring Johns Hopkins graduate students and faculty as well as JHU Press editors.

Following the conference, student participants will also have the opportunity to work with our peer editors to revise their presentation into a journal-length publication for our journal of proceedings, the Macksey Journal. Student feedback about Macksey has been overwhelming positive, with 93% of students saying that they were very or highly likely to recommend Macksey to a friend or colleague and over 90% rating their experience at the conference as satisfied or highly satisfied.

Registration will be $175; late registration will be $205. You can learn more at our conference site: We would also be glad to answer any questions you might have. We are also holding virtual drop-in hours for students to ask questions about the symposium, the application, and creating an abstract. Those hours are:

  • November 10, 2021: 1:00-2:00pm eastern
  • November 18, 2021: 5:00-6:00pm eastern
  • January 27, 2022: 5:00-6:00pm eastern
  • February 9, 2022: 1:00-2:00pm eastern

Posted on October 14, 2021 in Research, Student Opportunity Center Listings, Uncategorized

Don’t Forget to Activate your Student Opportunity Center Account

Don’t Forget to Activate your Student Opportunity Center Account

Honors Students,

The Honors College has partnered with Student Opportunity Center (SOC)—an organization that provides students with FREE, 24/7 online access to its database—the nation’s largest online database for out-of-classroom opportunities and high-impact remote, on-site, and virtual experiences, such as scholarships, grants, fellowships, internships, co-ops, conferences, publication, juried competitions, and more!

If you have any questions regarding this service, feel free to browse SOC’s Help Center. So, what are you waiting for? Thousands of great career-building and funding opportunities are just a click away!

A link to the SOC platform is available on the Honors hub as well:

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Make sure to look through your emails for an invitation to join the SOC (check your spam folders)! Then take 30 seconds to get started, log in, and set up your profile using your school (.edu) email address.

The SOC platform is super easy to use and, again, FREE for Honors College students. Once you register, SOC will recommend opportunities based on things like your major, field of study, and geographic location. Additionally, you’ll get weekly SOC newsletters, which are filled with helpful content and articles, links to relevant information, and deadlines for a handful of upcoming opportunities.



Posted on October 7, 2021 in Student Opportunity Center Listings


Apply Today to Join the Honors College Student Advisory Group

Honors College
We’re seeking students to help us guide the Honor College forward

The Honors College is seeking students to join a brand new Student Advisory Group that will work directly with Honors College Dean, Dr. Beth Meyer-Bernstein.

To Apply:

Position Description: Students who serve on the Dean’s Advisory Group are essential in guiding the future of the Honors College. They will share their day to day experiences with the Dean so that the voices of the students are considered in the decision-making process. Additionally, they will provide student perspective on current and future Honors College policies.


  • Must be a member of the Honors College in good standing 
  • Must be available for the entire 21-22 academic year
  • Committed to the values of the Honors College

Time commitment: approximately 2-4 hours per month for an academic year (flexible based on your schedule)

Application Process: Applicant must submit the following items for consideration

  • Complete the application form
  • Upload a 500-word statement addressing the following question: What can I improve to help my fellow members in the Honors College be more successful?
  • The deadline to apply to Monday, September 13
Posted on September 2, 2021 in Campus Involvement, Student Opportunity Center Listings

Give back by becoming an Honors Ambassador

Share your experience as an Honors College student by becoming an Honors Ambassador. Honors Ambassadors provide peer-to-peer recruitment that is essential to recruiting students who are a good fit for the Honors College. Honors Ambassadors share their candid lived experiences as a student in the Honors College by participating in a variety of recruitment events over the course of school year.

In addition to getting to speak with prospective students, Honors Ambassadors receive free Honors College Swag and professional development workshops that are catered to your needs.

Interested? Check out the Honors Ambassador position description below. Once you are ready to apply, the application form can be found here. The deadline is Friday, August 20 by 5pm.

Job Description

Honors Ambassadors – Position Description

Honors Ambassadors provide peer-to-peer recruitment that is essential to recruiting students who are a good fit for the Honors College. Honors Ambassadors share their candid lived experiences as a student in the Honors College and provide a personalized touch to the admissions process. We are excited to welcome you all back to campus this fall as we transition back to a sense of normalcy and hope that you are ready to be involved! 


  • Must be a member of the Honors College in good standing 
  • Committed to the values of the Honors College. 

Time commitment: approximately 2-5 hours per month for an academic year (flexible based on your schedule)


  • Lead individual sit-downs with prospective Honors Students (virtual and in-person) 
  • Assist with Honors Information Sessions and participate in student panels
  • Represent the Honors College at different recruitment events
  • Assist with the Honors College Interview Weekend and Honors Experience events
  • Write personalized notes and messages to prospective students
  • Conduct student takeover on Instagram
  • Help manage Class of 2026 GroupMe (engaging with and answering students’ questions)

Requirements to Remain Active: 

  • Help with at least one recruitment event in the Fall (Build Your Own Campus Tour(s)) 
  • Help with at least one recruitment event in the Spring (Interview Weekend, Honors Experience) 
  • Participate in at least two individual meetings with a prospective students (2 per semester) 
  • Assist with at least one info session (virtual or in-person) each semester.  
  • Must attend team meetings throughout the year. 


  • Gain public speaking, interpersonal, and recruitment skills
  • Professional development workshops catered to your needs 
  • An opportunity to share with prospective students why you joined CofC Honors
  • Honors College Swag

Any questions and/or concerns you may have should be directed to Aleah James via email at

Posted on August 3, 2021 in Announcements & Events, Campus Involvement, Student Opportunity Center Listings

Revenue Management Analyst Job Opportunity with Hertz

The revenue management department at Hertz is recruiting for an analyst role! This is a great full-time opportunity for recent or soon to be Honors graduates. This position is located in Estero, FL or surrounding areas and would be a great fit for recent graduates with a keen interest in data analysis, analytics, statistics, finance, and/or economics. The position is accompanied by a competitive salary, full benefits offering, and PTO package.

Interested? Reach out to Honors College alum Alec Ball ’18 directly via email at He has been a part of Hertz’s revenue management department for three years and can provide great advice on the transition from the Honors College to Hertz.

See more information on the position requirements and benefits below!

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Position Summary: 

The Revenue Management team’s primary focus is maximizing revenue for the Hertz portfolio of brands. Analysts use analytical models, algorithms, and tools to evaluate demand, understand fleet availability, and respond to changes in the pricing environment. Analysts must become experts for their areas of responsibility, providing insight, crafting recommendations, and implementing strategic actions.

Revenue Management Analysts use competitive data to determine pricing strategies & elasticity as well as proactively develop products and strategies to meet changing consumer and market needs. In conjunction with fundamental pricing strategies, Analysts evaluate demand forecasts and optimization outputs, implementing actions to maximize the revenue opportunity across the brand portfolio.

Revenue Management Analysts are at the heart of inter-departmental initiatives to support continued revenue growth and strategic expansions. Analysts should be comfortable working with large data sets, statistical analysis, and visualization techniques. Exposure to key stakeholders and senior management require analysts to be able to utilize quantitative data to present compelling stories tailored to the audience.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Optimize revenue for geographies, segments, and channels through effective pricing and inventory management.
  • Effectively communicate pricing and yield strategies, test results, and concerns to supervisor.
  • Identify and notify stakeholders of shifts in competitor actions and/or reactions within the marketplace. Ensure each brand’s actions are appropriate and targeted to meet our goals.
  •  Analyze and summarize data, inform management of areas of opportunity. Actively participate in post-mortem analysis, document appropriately for replication in other markets.
  • Build relationships with strategic business partners in fleet, sales, marketing, and operations to advance revenue goals quickly and in coordination with the correct stakeholders.
  • Utilize exception reporting and anomaly detection to isolate revenue opportunities and take appropriate actions to correct and capture additional revenue.
  •  Adopt a leadership role to expand usage of any key learnings to analysts across the division, and even globally.
  • Audit optimization output daily. Advise of any demand shifts, anomalies, or potential errors.

Educational Background:

  • Bachelor’s level degree or equivalent required: preferably in Economics, Statistics, Finance, Marketing/Business Analytics, or Revenue/Hospitality Management. Advanced degree in aforementioned field of study strongly desired.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Proficiency in Analytics, including the ability to conduct root cause analysis, identify key issues, and present succinct recommendations
  • Ability to make quick decisions, take risks, and own results
  • Strong oral and written communication
  • Process innovation and development

Preferred Skills: 

  • 1-3 years previous experience within a complex demand/supply planning environment, revenue management role, or predictive analytics field
  • Knowledge of revenue optimization, pricing science, and economic principles
  • Excellent computer skills are essential (MS Office suite proficiency)
  • Tableau and SQL skills
  • Must be willing and able to relocate to Estero, Florida or surrounding areas

Posted on June 9, 2021 in Internships & Jobs, Student Opportunity Center Listings, Uncategorized
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