Thursday, February 26, 2015

Public Interest Research Group on campus next week!

Student PIRGS is on-campus next Thursday, and offering 3 different information sessions to fit your schedule!
Thursday March 5th 12 noon - Career and Internship Center, 4-200 Dewey Hall
Thursday March 5th 2pm - 107 Lattimore Hall, Rochester Center for Community Leadership
Thursday March 5th 5pm - Stackel Room, Wilson Commons 

Students founded PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) over 40 years ago, based upon the simple idea that America has more problems than we should tolerate, and more solutions than we use.

Today, on any college campus, you can find students who feel driven to take on problems outside the classroom, whether it's global warming, big money in politics, or hunger and homelessness.

As a PIRG Campus Organizer, your job is to recruit these students to get involved -- and to train them to be effective leaders who can run campaigns that make an impact in the community, in the state capitol, in Congress, at the White House, or wherever it will make a difference.

We're hiring Campus Organizers to work on 40 campuses across America.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

People First Initiative Career Panel - 3/3

People First Career Panel
Tuesday March 3, 7:30-8:30pm
Gamble Room, Second Floor Wilson Commons

The People First Initiative will be hosting a panel of Rochester professionals with careers in supporting individuals with disabilities. Panelist will include individuals from the University of Rochester Medical Center as well as other local Rochester disability service providers. The session will consist of a brief overview of each participating profession, as well as time for an interactive Q&A session with the panelists.

Panelists include:
Loisa Bennetto - Chair of Psychology department currently conducting research in neurocognitive and communication deficits in autism and other developmental disabilities.
Angela Huss - Pediatric social worker at Golisano Children's hospital at Strong/The Strong Center for developmental disabilities/Kirch Center
Noa Elimelech - Board-Certified Music Therapist and co-founder/director at Spectrum Creative Arts LLC
David Donnelley - Licensed Behavior Analyst and Professor at the Warner School
Lisa Sykes - Pediatric Occupational Therapist at URMC
JoAnn Genthner - Executive Principal at BOCES

The members of the People First Initiative highly encourage anyone considering a profession in the disability services to attend, as well as anyone pursuing health or education as these are fields that often work closely with disability service providers, and it is extremely beneficial to understand the associated fields to work best with them.

The People First Initiative is an awareness group at the University of Rochester dedicated to creating and fostering inclusion of individuals with disabilities on a social front.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Beyond Rochester: Career Conversations Week of February 23rd

Come hear alumni speak about their current roles and the career paths they traveled. Learn from their experiences, ask questions, and get advice for how to best set yourself up for success!

Where: Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center Conference Room, 4-200 Dewey Hall
How to Register: RSVP for the Career Conversation(s) of your choice by sending an email to with the alum's name in the subject line.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 3pm
Who: Fred Guterl, '81, Electrical Engineering
Career: Executive Editor of Scientific American

Fred's Bio: Fred Guterl, executive editor of Scientific American, has been writing about science for more than 25 years. He is author of The Fate of the Species: Why the Human Race May Cause Its Own Extinction and How We Can Stop It  (“From reverse genetics that creates a deadly flu virus to climate change that kills the Asian monsoons, his scenarios are so fascinating and compelling you almost forget what's at stake. Almost.”--Sharon Begley, Wall Street Journal).  Guterl's narrative in Discover, "Riddles in the Sand,” won the Journalism Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The Overseas Press Club honored his Newsweek article "The Wasteland" for environmental writing. Guterl led Scientific American to a General Excellence Award from the National Society of Magazine editors in 2011 for the first time in its 169-year history. Guterl was formerly deputy editor at Newsweek International, an editor of Discover and IEEE Spectrum. He also worked as a foreign correspondent based in London, England. Guterl has appeared on CNN, Charlie Rose, the Today Show, and “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart to discuss popular issues in science. Guterl holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester, and has taught science writing at Princeton University. He lives in the New York City area.

See our full Spring lineup of Beyond Rochester speakers here!

TONIGHT - Gap Years, Serving Others and Finding Work that Matters - Panelist Bios

Mike Kelly, City Year Alumnus, Current Medical Student
Currently a first year medical student at the University of Rochester, Mike graduated from Colgate University in 2012 with a degree in biochemistry, and then spent two years with City Year Boston before beginning medical school last fall. In college, he developed an interest in social justice and community advocacy, and so decided to give a year of service with Americorps between college and medical school. He knew that he wanted to explore the status of educational inequality in our country, and chose City Year because the program allowed him the opportunity to work directly with students and schools as an additional resource, without the full responsibility of being the primary teacher in the classroom. By pushing him to better understand the students and to create action plans to support them, working with the teachers, parents and the students themselves, City Year taught him what it means to serve in a community, alongside that community. He ended up staying on for two years at City Year, as a corps member, team leader, and program manager, because his diverse team was able to collaborate and make a difference in the lives of others. He know that his time at City Year changed his definition of what it means to work for social change in a team-based, community-focused way. It has shaped the way he plans to practice medicine in the future. 
Dove Russo, Peace Corps
Dove Russo is a Peace Corps recruiter for the Western NY region. She served as a volunteer with the Peace Corps in Cape Verde working in women and girls development from ’08 – ’10. She also served with AmeriCorps VISTA in Rochester in 2007 and AmeriCorps ABLE in Buffalo in 2011. Originally from Geneva, NY, Dove graduated with a degree in Women’s Studies from SUNY at Buffalo and is currently completing her Masters of Public Administration in Nonprofit Management.

Lauren Sava, Rochester Youth Year Fellowship (Americorps)
Lauren is currently a Rochester Youth Year fellow through AmeriCorps VISTA, a national program focused on relieving poverty through community empowerment and capacity building. Lauren is currently serving at Refugees Helping Refugees in order to develop their current refugee youth summer program, as well as create a new Somali after-school program for 6th-8th graders. She graduated from the University of Rochester in 2014 with a degree in Health, Behavior, and Society and will be attending a Master of Public Health program after her year of service. 

Rishi Sharma, Teach for America
Rishi Sharma is a Campus Campaign Coordinator for Teach for America. He is responsible for seeking qualified candidates at UR for membership into TFA's 2015 Corps. Rishi is a senior studying Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. He was formerly part of the 5 year Masters of Ed program through the Warner School. While at UR, Rishi sought multiple leadership opportunities through student government, as an RA and through a startup business. He has also tutored  inner city Rochester students voluntarily with Sigma Phi Epsilon. Rishi plans on working in the education technology industry and apply into the TFA corps in the future. 

Rachael Tachco, Rochester AmeriCorps
Rachael Tachco is the Program Director of Rochester AmeriCorps in Rochester, NY. As a proud AmeriCorps alumna, she brings a member perspective and professional experience to the program. Holding a Master’s in Public Administration, she has a total of eight years of AmeriCorps experience and both direct service and administrative experience in youth-serving organizations. Her primary responsibilities include program development and implementation, fiscal management, program reporting and evaluation, public relations, and the selection, training, and monitoring of host sites and projects.

During her professional time away from AmeriCorps programming, she worked for the Center for Youth Services working directly with at-risk youth and later developed, secured and managed a Department of Labor grant for youth employment programs.

Attend to hear the stories of our panelists, including why they made the decision to join their organization, tips for becoming a strong candidate, getting through the application process, and stories from their lives "in the trenches." EVERY YEAR UR graduates join all of these programs, many times in large numbers. OPEN TO ALL CLASS YEARS, and anyone interested in spending a gap year or starting a career serving others.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

STEM Career Slam - Thursday, February 26

The current list of attending companies includes:

eHealth Technologies
ESL Federal Credit Union
FTT Manufacturing
Harris Corporation
ITX Corp
Med-Scribe, Inc.
Monroe County Department of Human Services
NYS Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation
Paychex, Inc.
Rochester General Health System
Superior Plus Energy Services
Thermo Fisher Scientific
US Navy
Unisys UTS
Verizon Wireless
Wegmans Food Markets

Spotlight on Healthcare - Recent full-time postings in CareerLink

We've had a great list of research and healthcare related positions come into CareerLink lately, including several leads through UR alumni! See below for more details, and login to CareerLink to check them out!

Research Assistant to the Co-Chiefs of the Boston Shoulder Institute at the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Brigham and Women's Hospital

Boston Shoulder Institute - Boston, MA

The mission of the Boston Shoulder Institute is to provide regional, national, and international leadership in the advancement of care for problems affecting the shoulder. This mission is based on advancement of knowledge through research, improvement of care through education of physicians, and clinical management of all problems affecting the shoulder.
The Boston Shoulder Institute at Partners was formally organized in the spring of 1998. It is based at the MGH and the BWH. The goal of the Boston Shoulder Institute is to be the preeminent shoulder center in the world.


This full-time position is best suited for recent college graduates interested in pursuing a career in medicine. The applicant should have a strong academic record, must be creative, self-driven, reliable, and motivated to learn. The position offers the opportunity for education and hands-on learning in the medical field.
Research assistants will work closely with Dr. Jon J.P. Warner, Dr. Laurence D. Higgins, Boston Shoulder Institute Fellows, and Harvard Residents. A typical week may consist of 1-2 days in the OR, 1-2 days in clinic, and 1-2 days in the office. Surgical cases include total shoulder arthroplasty, inverse arthroplasty, rotator cuff repair, labral repair, and tendon transfers.
In addition, the Research Assistant will help physicians both in the clinic and in the operating room.
Research assistants experience the clinical, operative, and academic aspects of medicine.

Scientific Program Analyst - Alumni Connected

National Institutes of Health - National Human Genome Research Institute - Bethesda, MD
This is an exciting opportunity for new graduates in the biological sciences to gain first-hand experience in how cutting-edge medical research happens. The position supports the genetic and genomics research programs and consortia funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), including investigations into the ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) of genomics. The Scientific Program Analyst will carry out scientific analysis and administrative duties in support of science professionals in the NHGRI Extramural Research Program, which awards grants to the academic and biotechnology communities to support basic and applied genomics research. See for more information about the extramural activities at NHGRI.

Candidates for this position will carry out duties in support of the NHGRI mission, including:

* Compile, analyze and organize scientific information relating to NHGRI programs.
* Attend grant application review, scientific, and in-house meetings and provide minutes when requested.
* Write reports and provide email, phone, and written responses to requests on scientific issues.
* Find and compile information relating to NHGRI scientific programs through literature and database searches.
* Compile data and prepare graphs and slides for presentations.
* Work with Web Programmers to keep programmatic web site content up-to-date.
* Perform logistical planning for various scientific meetings, conference calls, symposia, lectures and workshops.
* Prepare staff meeting agendas and meeting minutes.
* Take a proactive role in tracking action items and tasks, providing deadline reminders as needed.
* Collaborate with other Scientific Program Analysts and senior staff on NHGRI projects.

*** Travel may be required for this position depending on programmatic need.
*** This is not a laboratory research position.

Required Qualifications and Skills:
•    BA/BS in biology, bioinformatics or chemistry, preferably with interest in genetics or molecular biology.
•    Excellent oral and written communication skills.
•    Strong organizational and analytical skills.
•    Ability to work successfully in a team.
•    Working knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.

This is a contract position with a term of 2 years. The successful applicant will be an employee of an NIH support staff contractor. The contractor offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits package. 

Clinical Research Coordinator II - Alumni Connected

Mount Sinai Medical Center - New York, NY

Job Description:
Under minimal supervision, coordinates the clinical assessments of the study subjects; analyzes and assists in interpreting moderately complex clinical research data. Prepares grant applications and documents and assists in protocol submissions (for e.g., Institutional Review Board, Grants and Contracts Office).

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Analyzes moderately complex clinical research data; Assists in interpreting clinical research data.
  • Coordinates the clinical assessments of the study subjects including but not limited to screening and evaluation of the study subjects.
  • Prepares and ensures grant applications, IRB/GCO documents are submitted.
  • Ensures accurate and complete compilation of subject data through chart reviews.
  • Assists the Principal Investigator and regulatory staff in the preparation of new protocol submissions, protocol amendments, and renewals of on going clinical trials.
  • Obtains informed consent under supervision of the Principal Investigator, Clinical Research Manager, or Senior Clinical Research Coordinator for studies enrolling vulnerable subjects, and for studies involving genetic tests.
  • Independently obtains informed consent for other clinical studies.
  • Mentors Clinical Research Coordinators in training.
  • Performs other related duties.

Care Advisor - Healthcare

CareGuardian, Inc - New York, NY
We started CareGuardian for one reason: we love our families. Come help us provide a better quality of life for the sick and elderly in their own homes.

At CareGuardian, our mission is to make lives better. We do this by reimagining how seniors and their families find and manage in-home caregivers. The end result is safety, peace of mind, and a brighter future for our families. Behind the scenes, our team is building technology that makes all of this possible - from service logistics, to physician dashboards, to beautifully designed family communication tools. Backed by a renowned set of technology and healthcare investors, were growing our teams in New York, Chicago, and Madrid.

Why Join?
You'll be working with a young, energetic, and compassionate team to help solve a real problem that we will all face someday. Were growing quickly, so if you are entrepreneurial, driven, and creative, please reach out to us!

You'll act as an advisor to families who need help caring for a loved one. Start by helping these families navigate the complicated world of in-home care, and eventually sign families up for CareGuardians service. All of our calls are inbound, we have an uncapped commission structure, and you'll be working with 100s of families every month who really need help.

Other postings you may want to check out in CareerLink

Clinical Data Operations Associate - iCardiac Technologies, Inc.
Healthcare Agent - USA Benefits Group
Research Assistant - Boston Children's Hospital
Research Technician - Boston Children's Hospital
Various postings at Joslin Diabetes Center

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Al Endres, '16, Reflects on Xerox & Euronext Internships

Hear from Al Endres, '16 (Business & French), one of our Career Center PCAs!
It's like two degrees outside; you know what that means! Never going outside no matter what and watching Friends reruns in my room all day Believe it or not, winter will end at some point, so it’s probably time to try and figure out what you’re going to do for the summer.

If you want to do an internship or research, now is when you should start making moves. In case you were unaware, the Career Center would be a good place to start. Once you’ve got your resume, cover letters, et al. in line, start looking around online, make appointments in the Career Center, and figure out what it is you want to do, and where you’re going to apply.

Despite the fact that I’m employed by the Career Center, I put off the internship search basically as long as possible last year, and still found a full-time, paid internship through CareerLink. I probably wouldn’t recommend procrastinating until April like I did, but I ended up with a really good experience working for Xerox here in Rochester this past summer. Highlights included lots of free lunches (chill out, Econ majors/Rizzo disciples, I know it wasn't technically free, you get what I'm saying), going rock climbing, and spending a workday at a Rochester Red Wings Game. Not to mention, lots of U of R students usually stay in Rochester over the summer for one reason or another, so not only did I have a productive working summer, I also had a pretty good time (note: go to Park Ave Fest if you haven't).

At Xerox, I learned a good deal of practical skills that I'll use in other work experiences, as well. I gained valuable knowledge in Excel, statistical analysis, and presentation skills that I will undoubtedly use in the future. While I received a good deal of training on the job for a lot of what I learned, I had a high degree of agency as an intern--most of what I learned came from just figuring things out for myself. Most importantly, working as Business Analyst at Xerox shed some light on what I want to do for a career, and what type of firm I'd like to work at (and, equally as important, what I don't want).

After my summer internship ended, I interned in financial lobbying during my semester abroad in Brussels, Belgium. I got placed there through EPA, which puts students in a 25 hour/week internship while you take two courses. In Brussels, the de facto capital of the European Union, I worked for Euronext, a European exchange representing Belgium, France, Portugal, the Netherlands, and the UK. A typical week included attending meetings (in either English or French) with Members of European Parliament, at think-tanks, the European Commission, and European Parliament. Though most of everything was over my head at first, I learned a ton about the financial sector and the workings of the EU. At my internship, I was fortunate enough to attend European Commission hearings, and ECON Committee meetings, the highlight of which was seeing Mario Draghi speak--he's the President of the European Central Bank, and Forbes' 8th most powerful person of 2014. 

So far I've had really good intern experiences, and Xerox definitely made Euronext a possibility for me. I'm not sure if I want to go into business analysis lobbying, but they were still an awesome experience, and I was able to do things, go places, and meet people that would've never been possible otherwise. 

See more Student Internship Stories here!

Monday, February 16, 2015

"Work that Matters" Panel - Tuesday February 24th, 5:30pm

Attend to hear the stories of our panelists, including why they made the decision to join their organization, tips for becoming a strong candidate, getting through the application process, and stories from their lives "in the trenches." EVERY YEAR UR graduates join all of these programs, many times in large numbers. OPEN TO ALL CLASS YEARS, and anyone interested in spending a gap year or starting a career serving others.

Friday, February 13, 2015

Beyond Rochester: Career Conversations Week of February 16th

Come hear alumni speak about their current roles and the career paths they traveled. Learn from their experiences, ask questions, and get advice for how to best set yourself up for success!

Where: Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center Conference Room, 4-200 Dewey Hall
How to Register: RSVP for the Career Conversation(s) of your choice by sending an email to with the alum's name in the subject line.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 1pm
Who: Jeremy Steflik, '01, BioScience/Biochemistry
Career: Process Development Specialist, Pfizer, Inc.

Jeremy's Bio: Jeremy is Process Development Scientist at Pfizer, Inc, working in Groton, CT.  For the past eight years he has been with the Biocatalysis Center of Emphasis, a group within Pfizer focused on using isolated enzymes or whole cell organisms to perform chemical reactions that traditional organic chemists find problematic.  A large part of Jeremy’s work centers on enzyme engineering; modifying enzymes found in Nature to better suit the demands of the pharmaceutical production environment.  He received a BS in Biochemistry with Distinction in Research in 2001 and is currently enrolled in a Biology Master’s program at Brown University.  At Rochester, Jeremy was a DeKiewiet Research Fellow and an active member of the UR Fencing Club.

M&T Bank: Upcoming Deadline 2/15 and Interviews on 2/26

Since 1983, M&T's Management Development Program (MDP) has been the entry point for undergraduate students looking to develop their professional skills.
What you can expect from the Management Development Program
  • A year-long program designed to develop your leadership skills
  • Direct-position-placement where you can immediately provide value
  • Intensive training in communication, leadership, and finance, enabling you to apply these skills in critical roles
  • Access to an instant peer group and networking opportunities to help you learn and grow within the bank
  • A bridge from college to career
Management Development Program Qualifications
  • Bachelor's (or MS/MBA) candidates with less than 1 year of full-time work experience
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Superior interpersonal skills & experience in making presentations
  • Strong analytical ability
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. on a full-time, permanent basis without additional sponsorship
The Retail Bank is the primary face-to-face point of customer contact and is the chief venue from which we service and sell to our customer base. M&T Bank offers a wide range of products and services to our customers, offering everything from a personal checking account to a Home Equity Line of Credit. A Retail Branch manager is responsible for the management of sales goals, the development of a sales force, as well as building relationships with both Retail and Business customers alike.

As an MDP in the Retail Branch Management track you would be exposed to all areas of the Branch banking environment.
You would serve as a proactive team member committed to sales and service. A Retail Branch is a fast paced environment that challenges you to maximize sales opportunities.

After completion of the MDP Program the objective is to have our trainees become Assistant Branch Managers and eventually assume their own branch to manage. Branch Managers are responsible for the expansion and development of existing and new business relationships. In addition, Branch Managers ensure operational efficiency of a branch office by adhering to established operational practices and procedures.
MDP Trainees will be taught the Branch Management role by learning a branch from the ground up, including:
  • Daily customer interaction
  • Learn the fundamentals of the sales process, including profiling customer to determine their financial needs
  • Manage a portfolio of customers, with an emphasis on building a strong relationship with our customers in order to
    retain them
  • Build relationships with local small business owners in an effort to gain their total banking relationship
  • Work with bank officers to develop a commercial loan portfolio
  • Learn and assist with branch operations and security measures
  • Spearhead special projects for the Retail Banking Division
  • Manage Retail Marketing initiatives and developing strategic business/marketing plan
Interested in M&T Bank's Management Development Program? Apply by this Sunday for on-campus interviews! To apply, login to CareerLink and search Interviews for "M&T"

Job and Internship Search in Nonprofit and Human Services Fields Workshop

Job and Internship Search in Nonprofit and Human Services Fields Workshop

Feb 19th - 2pm - Career and Internship Center

Interested in applying for internships or jobs in counseling, human services, social work, nonprofit, advocacy or social change fields???

Join Associate Director Amber Graham for a workshop on looking for jobs and internships in Nonprofit and Human Services fields! We'll cover appropriate job search sites and application timelines, tailoring your cover letter, and how to make a strong connection with the mission of the organizations you're interested in. 1 hour workshop will be packed with tips and ideas, bring something to take notes!

This is the only time this workshop is offered this semester, so take advantage while you can!

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Talk on Career Opportunities in Corporate Responsibility

An Evening to Discuss Entrepreneurship and Higher Education in Israel

As shown in the description above, one of the panelists is a professor at the Simon Business School, one will be discussing start-up companies in Israel, and one will discuss his successful business model. This event will serve as an opportunity to hear from and interact with professionals and professors for both informational and networking purposes. 

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Companies to Check Out at Tomorrow's Career Fair

There are currently 51 companies attending tomorrow's Career and Internship Day. The Career Fair is from 1-4pm and is held in the May Room/ Bridge Lounge of Wilson Commons. Here are a few companies to spark your interest!

At 1stdibs, we're here to connect the world's best dealers, finest shops and most important galleries with individuals like you, the world's most sophisticated collectors, designers and curators. Starting with the few dealers that were hand-selected by our founder Michael Bruno at Paris's legendary antiques market, Marché Aux Puces, in 2001, we've become the global destination for those who must have 'first dibs' on treasures — from around the world — that would otherwise be inaccessible.

We want you to feel welcome to think big and grow your future with us. Our open loft office in the East Village is conducive to inspiration, collaboration and creativity, and we don't succumb to egos. We also offer many perks to keep our employees healthy and happy. Read more!

The Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS) is the security and law enforcement arm of the U.S. Department of State. DS is a world leader in international investigations, threat analysis, cyber security, counterterrorism, security technology, and protection of people, property, and information.
The Bureau is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for the conduct of U.S. foreign policy. Every diplomatic mission in the world operates under a security program designed and maintained by Diplomatic Security. In the United States, Diplomatic Security personnel protect the Secretary of State and high-ranking foreign dignitaries and officials visiting the United States, investigates passport and visa fraud, and conducts personnel security investigations. Operating from a global platform in 31 U.S. cities and more than 160 foreign countries, DS ensures that America can conduct diplomacy safely and securely. DS plays a vital role in protecting 275 U.S. diplomatic missions and their personnel overseas, securing critical information systems, investigating passport and visa fraud, and fighting the war on terror. Click here for more information!

MVP Health Care is a nationally-recognized, regional not-for-profit health plan committed to having a positive impact on health and wellness of everyone we serve. We care for more than 700,000 members across New York, Vermont and New Hampshire, creating healthier communities and continuing our 30-year legacy of quality and integrity.

Founded by doctors, MVP focuses on partnering with health care providers to optimize care for members. A health care provider network including more than 19,000 regional health care providers and facilities, and a national network of more than 500,000 providers.

MVP is powered by the ideas and energy of more than 1,400 employees across our service area. We provide a wide range of health benefit plan options offered by large insurers, with the attentive service and flexibility normally associated with a smaller company. To learn more, visit our website

MathWorks develops MATLAB and Simulink—softwares that  are transforming the way engineers and scientists work—enabling safer, more fuel-efficient cars, new generations of smart phones, lifesaving medical treatments, and countless advances in other fields. Everyone at MathWorks plays some part in this mission. It’s a good feeling to know that your work contributes to improving the quality of life for millions of people through better technology. Whatever your job, your unique strengths will be fully engaged and you will be surrounded by incredible people. See what MathWorks can offer you!

Monday, February 9, 2015

Epic Info Session 2/10

Who we work with
Epic makes software for mid-size and large medical groups, hospitals and integrated healthcare organizations – working with customers that include community hospitals, academic facilities, children's organizations, safety net providers and multi-hospital systems. Our integrated software spans clinical, access and revenue functions and extends into the home.

How we're different
Epic's on-time, on-budget track record is one of the best in healthcare, as rated by independent reviewers. Epic software is quick to implement, easy to use and highly interoperable through industry standards. Information is shared securely in two ways: Care Everywhere, where the doctor controls the flow of data across organizations, and the Lucy PHR, where patients control their own health information.

Why we're different
Founded in 1979, Epic is private and employee-owned. We develop, install and support all our applications in-house. Epic's leadership team includes clinicians, developers and process experts – people deeply experienced in patient care and healthcare technology.

If you're interested in Epic, there are two upcoming opportunities to meet with a representative:

Information Session
Tuesday, February 10th
Morey 321


Wednesday, February 11th
May Room/Bridge Lounge 1-4pm

Thursday, February 5, 2015

City Year Information Session Wednesday 2/11 5pm

Information Session for City Year

Wednesday February 11th 5-6pm
Wilson Commons 122

Join us for an information session to learn about City Year; an education-focused nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation. At City Year’s 25 urban locations across the United States and two international affiliates, teams of trained young people—called corps members—serve full-time in schools for the academic year as tutors, mentors and role models. By focusing on attendance, behavior and course performance, indicators which identify students who are at risk of dropping out, corps members are uniquely able to help students and schools succeed.

Nielsen: Upcoming Deadline and Interviews

We study consumers in more than 100 countries to give you the most complete view of trends and habits worldwide.  And we’re constantly evolving, not only in terms of where we measure, or who we measure, but in how our insights can help you drive profitable growth.
Whether your business is a multinational enterprise or a single storefront, we believe innovation is the key to success, in both what you create and how you market your products and ideas.  That’s why we continue to develop better solutions to help you meet the needs of today’s consumers, and find out where they’re headed next.
So let’s put our heads together.  We’ll bring our insight to your business and help you grow. 
If you are interested in Nielsen, there are upcoming opportunities:

Wednesday, February 11th
May Room/ Bridge Lounge 1-4pm

 Application Deadline for Fulltime Analyst Position
Sunday, February 15th
Submit your application through CareerLink

On-Campus Interviews
Wednesday, February 25

Insight Strategy Advisors Info Session 2/12

Insight Strategy Advisors (ISA) Is a Healthcare Consulting Firm Headquartered In New York City. ISA Provides Commercial Development Strategy Expertise To Multinational Biopharmaceutical Companies — Serving Clients In New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston, Raleigh, San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Tokyo And Switzerland.
ISA delivers value to clients through a diverse staff with expertise built from prior industry experience and direct industry knowledge gained from defining, creating, and executing commercial development strategies that maximize the economic value of therapeutic area franchises and products.
If you're interested in ISA, there are two upcoming opportunities to meet with a representative:
Wednesday, February 11th
May Room/ Bridge Lounge 1-4pm
Information Session
Thursday, February 12th
Stackel Room (2nd floor Wilson Commons) 5-6pm

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Spring Career & Internship Day

The Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center invites all years and all majors to our Spring Career & Internship Day 
on Wednesday, February 11th!

Wednesday, February 11th | 1:00pm-4:00pm

May Room/Bridge Lounge of Wilson Commons  
"How to Work the Career Fair" Prep Session Dates: 
  • Thursday, 2/5 at 4pm | Dewey Hall 4-200 Conference Room
  • Tuesday, 2/10 at 2pm | Dewey Hall 4-200 Conference Room
While you are dressed up, stop by our free LinkedIn Photo Booth at the fair!