Are you interested in a paid internship at an alumni connected company in Butler, Wexford, Pittsburgh, Southpointe, or Greensburg? Do you want to customize your internship to your interests? Do you want to learn how to use mail merge and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems and how to work in a corporate environment? Then apply for the Hefren-Tillotson Summer Internship! Applications are due by 4pm on Tuesday, November 21 and application instructions and position details can be found in Gator Connect. Interviews will take place on campus Friday, December 1, 2017.
November 15th 2017
November 6th 2017
What does it mean to work as a Foreign Service Officer (FSO)? How does one become a diplomat? Join Foreign Service Officer Dale Giovengo, parent of an Allegheny College graduate, Class of 2000, for a lunchtime talk on Careers in Foreign Service sponsored by International Studies and The Gateway/Career Education. Learn how you can prepare for an exciting career that will take you around the world. Join us in Quigley Auditorium, 12:15 pm on Friday, November 10. Lunch will be provided.
As a Foreign Service Specialist, Dale Giovengo has held or managed numerous positions responsible for Embassy operations in France, Albania, Kuwait, Pakistan, Switzerland and Iraq. Dale most recently managed the Medical Services Support Iraq Program before joining the Diplomat in Residence team in 2017.
Students are also invited to open office hours with Dale from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. in room 253 in The Gateway. Students interested in meeting with Dale Giovengo must sign up in the Career Education Office on Friday, November 10; 20-minute meetings are available beginning at 2:30 p.m.
Contact the Career Education office at (814) 332-2381 or stop by our offices in Pelletier with questions. The Career Education Office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, when classes are in session.
October 31st 2017
Sophomore students who need to declare a major and/or who are undecided, join Career Education for an informative session about understanding your major as it relates to careers and other opportunities such as research, internships, and study abroad. Sessions will occur Tuesday 11/7, Thursday 11/9, and Tuesday 11/14 from 5-6:30 pm in the Campus Center Blue Room.
RSVP is required as there is a maximum of 10 students per session.
Please stop into the Career Education Office for Quick Questions on Mondays from 2-4 pm for additional information.
October 23rd 2017
Alumnus Richard Taaffe ’72, President/CEO of the West Hawaii Community Health Center, is visiting campus to recruit juniors for Community Health Internships with WHCHC on the Big Island of Hawaii during summer 2018. Students will contribute to the operations of WHCHC while pursuing their interests as they relate to community building, organizational management, population health, integrated health and disease management, health care delivery systems, finance, public health for diverse populations. These are paid positions and housing will be provided. Students can apply for funding to help with flight costs. Apply by Monday, October 30 for an on-campus interview on Monday, November 6. Applicants must also stop into Career Education to sign up for an interview time slot. See posting in Gator Connect for application details.
Richard Taaffe will also attend a lunch for all students interested in community health-related work. Students should RSVP as space is limited to the first 30 responses. Business casual dress is required.
October 23rd 2017
Interested in programs at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM)? Stop y the Campus Center Lobby between 12:30- 1:30 on Monday, October 23 to learn more!
They offer the following psychology programs:
October 13th 2017
City Year, a non-profit program sponsored by AmeriCorps, will be recruiting on campus Tuesday, October 17 from 11:30 am- 1:30 pm in the Campus Center Lobby. City Year is a compensated service program geared toward the betterment of children’s experience in high-need and inner-city schools throughout the United States. All City Year employees are between 18 and 24 years old and come from a variety of backgrounds. Students of all class years and majors are encouraged to learn more about this awesome program!
October 13th 2017
Lancaster Pollard helps health care, senior living, and housing organizations expand and improve their services by providing financial advice and financing solutions. They are recruiting junior undergraduate students for the paid Summer Analyst Program. The program will last approximately 10-12 weeks and will provide exposure to all of Lancaster Pollard’s business lines. The internship is located at Lancaster Pollard’s headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. All majors are welcome to attend to learn more!
October 13th 2017
Learn about paid summer 2018 internships at The Woodlands Foundation. As a member of The Woodlands staff, you will enjoy new and challenging experiences and make a positive difference in the lives of the participants. If you have a genuine interest in enriching the lives of children and adults with disability and chronic illness, then The Woodlands is the place for you! Positions are open to students of all class years! Housing, internet access, and laundry are all provided during the summer camp season and students are paid a stipend! They are seeking candidates interested in art, music, therapy, education, healthcare, or psychology.
Attend the on-campus session from 12-1pm on Monday, October 16 in room 303 in the Campus Center to meet Patrick Joyal, Talent Acquisition Coordinator.
October 13th 2017
Does your unusual combination include a STEM discipline? Then consider attending SciMath Tech Interview Day on Friday, November 10. SciMath Tech is a one day Science, Math, and Technology recruiting event that gives companies an opportunity to interview regional college/university students for internships and full-time employment. Review the student information to see the companies that participate, such as Duquesne Light and Bayer, and position descriptions. The application process includes three steps, all of which must be completed by Wednesday, October 25, by noon. For more information, stop into Career Education during Quick Questions from 2 to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
October 4th 2017
Bloomberg has paid summer 2018 internships available! Their internships fall into seven programs: Corporate Functions, Financial Products, Industry Verticals, Global Data, News Research, and Technology. Internships begin typically in May or June and last for 10-12 weeks. Applications will only be available for a short time so apply now! Funding is available through the Gateway to help support students who receive these internships. Students interested in applying should contact Career Education at (814) 332-2381 to have their materials reviewed before they submit.