Monday, December 8, 2014
Stand out from the crowd. Join Associate Director Amber Graham for a jam-packed session of CIC tips! We'll cover how to work the open forum (including developing your personal 30 second commercial), how to score interviews, how to manage interviewing in a large busy space, and some general interview tips!
Dates (no RSVP required):
Thursday, December 11th at 2pm
Monday, December 15th at 2pm
Location: Gwen M Greene Career and Internship Center (4-200 Dewey Hall).
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
You may still attend the Morning Career Fair!
From 9:30 - 11:30 am, there is an OPEN FORUM IN ALL FOUR CITIES! This is a time for you to meet employers and network the room. Why bother, you ask?
- Several employers at each event will be building their interview schedules purely from the students they meet in person that day!
- At each event more than 75 additional interviews are added to employer's schedules during the open forum.
- Employers have already indicated it's been very hard for them to pick only 8 students per schedule! They're still interested in you, and this is a great way to get some "face time" and get YOUR resume in their hands. Having a face to associate with a name, and a few minutes of conversation about their company will make you that much more memorable.
Why should I register?
During the holidays, updated information about new employers and event details will only be sent out to registrants. The registration process only takes a few minutes, and lets you view employer profiles, job postings and much more.
What employers are in each city?
Click on the city name to see the employer list for each city.
CIC Prep Sessions:
Join Associate Director Amber Graham for a jam-packed session of CIC tips! We'll cover how to work the open forum (including developing your personal 30 second commercial), how to score interviews, how to manage interviewing in a large busy space, and some general interview tips!
Held in the Career Center Conference Room (Dewey 4-200)
- Wednesday, December 10th at 4pm
- Thursday, December 11th at 2pm
- Monday, December 15th at 2pm
Stop by or call the Career Center with any questions, to work on your resume, or talk about interview preparation!
4-200 Dewey Hall | 585-275-2366 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
What's Beyond Rochester? The series is an opportunity to learn about careers and get firsthand advice from successful alumni in a variety of fields. All Students are welcome. These events are sponsored by the Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center and Office of Alumni Relations.
Dawne Hickton '79
Beyond Rochester 12/4/2014 at 2:00pm
Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center Conference Room
Dewey Hall 4-200
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center is open to all students from 1 to 4pm daily. Walk in for help getting started in career & major exploration and your career & internship search. In addition to Professional Resource Counselors, there are Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) in the library to assist with a variety of career- or internship-related needs. The PCAs are one of the many resources available to you. All PCAs, who are students just like you, have been trained for a full semester by Career Center Staff and are eager to help you succeed!
Name: Wesline Manuelpillai
Major: Political Science
Future Plans: To pursue a degree in either Law or Public Policy. She is particularly interested in Urban Education.
Activities/Hobbies: Wesline is involved with Student Government, serving as a Justice on the Judicial Council and is part of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity. In her spare time, she enjoys photography and cats!
Peer Career Advisers are here to help you get started on resumes, cover letters, and your initial search for internships and employment opportunities. Although they can provide you with immediate and brief advice on a variety of career-related issues, you are highly encouraged to make an appointment with a Career Counselor to discuss strategies to develop and achieve your career plans in detail.
(To read additional PCS bios, click here)
Monday, November 24, 2014
Sunday, November 23, 2014
CAREER & INTERNSHIP CONNECTIONS (CIC) EVENTS
New York City – January 6th, 2015
AllianceBernstein (Finance – any engineering major)
EDR (IT related)
Equilend (Business/Data Analyst)
Hatstand (Software Development & QA)
Phreesia (Software Implementation)
Transperfect Translations (Tech Support)
Washington DC – January 7th, 2015
Booz Allen Hamilton (Software Development)
DfR Solutions (Electronics industry – Electical, Chemical, Mechanical Engineering)
JDSU (Software, Hardware Engineering, Testing)
JP Systems, Inc. (Web & IT)
National Institutes of Health - National Human Research Genome Institute (Scientific Program Analyst – Biomedical, Chemical Engineering)
National Security Agency (Cyber Security)
Sila Solutions Group (Tech & Business Consulting; Software Development)
Technomics (Cost Associate – any engineering major)
tieBridge, inc. (Tech & Business Consulting)
Urban Institute (Policy Research – seeking CS)
Los Angeles – January 8th, 2015
BrightTALK (Video Technology)
Cie Digital Labs (Software Development, Digital Analytics)
DeNA (Software/Database Development)
FreedomPop (Tech Support)
McMaster-Carr (Management – any major)
OnPrem Solution Partners LLC (Business & Tech Consulting)
PlayWerks, Inc. (Web & Game Design)
Riedel Communications Inc. (Systems/IT- Electrical, Computer Engineering)
Wpromote (Search Engine Optimization)
Boston – January 9th, 2015
Acadian Asset Management (IT)
Boston Biomedical Consultants, Inc. (Biomedical Market Research)
Carlisle & Company (Management Consulting – any engineering major)
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (research assistant – seeking CS)
Genscape (Software Development, Power Market Analyst)
Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (Engineering)
Ve Interactive (Business Technology)
VMTurbo (Business Technology)