Opportunities

Columbia’s MSA strives to furnish the Muslim community on and around campus with career opportunities, professional development, and any other kind of work-related assistance to as great extent as it is capable. If you have a listing you would like to be posted on the website and/or any of the associate social media sites, please feel free to contact us.

  • Apply to be an Interfaith Fellow March 05th, 2014

    The Office of University Chaplain is hiring up to 6 people to be self-starter multi-faith programmers for next year.  The position pays $20/hr and fellows work 6-10 hours a week.  Both graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in exploring faith community leadership, multi-faith dialogue, or investigating their own spiritual journey are invited to  apply ...

  • Volunteer with Free Arts NYC February 27th, 2014

    If you are looking for hours, there are three really fun volunteer opportunities available for 5 hours each (they have already been approved). Free Arts NYC hosts events called the Free Arts Days. If you sign up to volunteer at a Free Arts Day you can expect to be paired with a child, then spend ...

  • Ivy Exec: 2014 Hiring Outlook February 17th, 2014

    Ivy Exec is an online executive network dedicated to helping high achieving executives meet their professional goals. Founded by a team of Columbia MBA’s, Ivy Exec provides much-needed support that executives seek – online. Ivy Exec offers access to networking programs, like 1-on-1 mentorship opportunities with over 500 industry veterans from 20 different fields, and ...

  • Auditions for “The Moon Is Down” February 02nd, 2014
    Students for Justice in Palestine, Lucha, and ISO are holding auditions for their upcoming spring production of The Moon is Down, John Steinbeck’s tale about occupation, resistance, and the fight for freedom, set in Nazi occupied Norway, relevant for every time and place. Available roles include:
    • Annie: the cook, hotheaded and resolved, active in the resistance but no one suspects.
    • Colonel Lanser: the head ...
    • Boren Scholarships and Fellowships November 24th, 2013

      The applications for the 2014-2015 David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships are now available online.

      Boren Awards provide unique funding opportunities for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to study in Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East, where they can add important international and language components to their ...

    • America’s Unofficial Ambassadors Initiative November 24th, 2013

      America’s Unofficial Ambassadors initiative is a program dedicated to building tolerance and partnership between the U.S. and the Muslim World through internship service. Currently, they have internship opportunities that in Indonesia, Morocco, Tajikistan and Zanzibar.

      The initiative’s goal is to help Americans become citizen diplomats, working in areas of human development throughout the Muslim ...

    • Columbia PREP Spring 2014 Tutoring Application November 10th, 2013
      Did you know that 43% of incarcerated youth who receive education while incarcerated do not return to school after they are released? Another 16% do return but drop out after the first 5 months. Columbia PREP (Prison Reform and Education Project) seeks to use our resources and access to education as Columbia students to provide ...
    • Help on an Upcoming Television Show November 03rd, 2013
    • Outreach and Fundraising Intern – BRAC USA November 03rd, 2013
    • Teach and Travel Program in Bangladesh October 21st, 2013

      Please see the following e-mail from Zinnat to get more info on the service trip to Bangladesh being organized for winter break.

      My name is Zinnat Ferdous and I’m a sophomore at Barnard College. I’m reaching out to you today in regards to an amazing opportunity that I’m recruiting for. In the winter break, I’m partnering ...

    • Chaplain’s Associate Position September 23rd, 2013

      The Office of University Chaplain co-sponsors and plans many events throughout the school year designed to promote awareness and discussion of various issues that exist both on-campus and off-campus. These events include Common Meals, Fireside Chats, and the Film Series. The Office of University Chaplain is looking for students with a commitment to religious life ...

    • Muslim Programming Associate Position September 23rd, 2013

      We all miss Imam Khalil Abdur-Rashid, our previous Muslim Programming Associate, but we must move quickly to select a new Muslim chaplain. The Office of the University Chaplain has opened up a job application online – see their message below. If you know anyone who is well-suited and willing to apply for the position, please encourage them ...

    • President’s Interfaith Challenge September 07th, 2013

      Dear Friends,

      In the first two years of the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, over 400 colleges and universities committed to advancing interfaith service and engagement on campus. Today, I write to share even more exciting news regarding the future of the President’s Interfaith Challenge.

      The U.S. Department of Education has proposed to integrate the ...

    • Muppies MIBP Applications September 07th, 2013

      Muppies is accepting applications for the Muppies Investment Banking Program (MIBP) which seeks to prepare Muslim college juniors for the investment banking internship recruiting process. Last year, 17 of the 20 participants placed at top investment banks and trading firms. The application is due October 15, 2013. Note you must fill out this form ...