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This Week’s News from Career Education 2/18/19

Giant Eagle Recruiting Visit

What: Giant Eagle recruiting for Intern Development Program and full time positions. Positions available in Supply Chain Management, Talent Acquisition, Retail Operations, Marketing, IT

When: Thursday, February 21, 2019 | 12:15pm-1:00pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory

Education Solution Services Tabling

What: ESS was established in 2000 and has become a leader in the education staffing space. The company employs talented daily, long-term, and permanent K-12 school district personnel, including substitute teachers, school aides, and other school support staff. Currently serving more than 400 school districts across 15 states, ESS enhances the education of more than 1.5 million students every day.

When: Thursday, February 28, 2019 | 11:30pm-1:30pm

Where: Tabling in the Campus Center Lobby

Pathways to Service

When: Tuesday, February 26 | 12:30am – 1:30 pm

Where: Tippie Alumni Center, Tillotson Room

What: Launch your post Allegheny College Career with a year of paid service! Join representatives from AmeriCorps VISTA (LEL), AmeriCorps KEYS, Peace Corps, PULSE, City Year Cleveland, and AmeriCorps NCCC to learn more about their organizations. Meet with representatives shortly after the event during their office hours!

Carnegie Mellon University Summer Security Intensive Fellowship

As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the privacy, intellectual property, and fraud risks continue to grow. These cyber threats are highly relevant to all sectors of the economy, which is driving a major talent shortage for the information security industry. Our Summer Security Intensive will begin to prepare its participants for a career in this high-growth field.

IT Lab: Summer Security Intensive (SSI) is a paid seven-week summer fellowship where participants:

  • Study with the world’s leading security, analytics, and policy researchers, including the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute
  • Take coursework in security analytics and policy
  • Apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through experiential learning to improve the cybersecurity posture for local organizations

SSI is a fellowship program for rising college seniors. This program is designed for U.S. citizens and permanent residents interested in pursuing graduate degrees and careers in the information security sector.

Students who complete SSI and are later admitted to a master’s program at Heinz College will be eligible to receive a scholarship of at least 50% of tuition.

Priority Application Deadline: February 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by mid-February)
Final Application Deadline: April 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by May 1)
Dates: June 13, 2019 to August 3, 2019
Financial Support: Heinz College will cover costs of participation in the IT Lab program. This includes the costs of housing, meals, tuition, books, supplies, social functions, travel expens­es to and from Pittsburgh (within the United States) ANDa $1,500 stipend.

ECE at Florida International University REU Site 2019 Summer Program

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) at Florida
International University (FIU) invites undergraduate students to apply
its REU Site 2019 Summer program: “Security of Smart Things”.
The program will run from May 28, 2019 to July 26, 2019 at FIU Campus in Miami, FL.

This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students (sophomores,
juniors, non-graduating seniors) to engage in hands-on research
activity under the supervision of a faculty mentor or a postdoctoral
fellow in the ECE Department throughout the summer.
Detailed information about the REU projects are available at:
https://sst-reu.fiu.edu

More information is available on GatorConnect.

Application Deadline: Feb. 22nd, 2019
Selections will be based on a combination of research interests,
academic qualifications, and faculty recommendations.

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124

Application Deadline: March 3, 2019

 

Quick Questions in Career Education  2PM-4PM
Tuesday with Kristin, Wednesday with Jim, Thursday with Amber

This Week’s News from Career Education 2/11/19

Giant Eagle Recruiting Visit

What: Giant Eagle recruiting for Intern Development Program and full time positions. Positions available in Supply Chain Management, Talent Acquisition, Retail Operations, Marketing, IT

When: Thursday, February 21, 2019 | 12:15pm-1:00pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory

Resume Doctor

When: Tuesday, February 12 | 11:30am – 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: We are back with our first Resume doctor of the spring semester! Drop by the table to meet with Career Education staff for on-the-spot resume and cover letter checks! No appointment needed, just bring a draft of your materials with you.

Carnegie Mellon University Summer Security Intensive Fellowship

As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the privacy, intellectual property, and fraud risks continue to grow. These cyber threats are highly relevant to all sectors of the economy, which is driving a major talent shortage for the information security industry. Our Summer Security Intensive will begin to prepare its participants for a career in this high-growth field.

IT Lab: Summer Security Intensive (SSI) is a paid seven-week summer fellowship where participants:

  • Study with the world’s leading security, analytics, and policy researchers, including the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute
  • Take coursework in security analytics and policy
  • Apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through experiential learning to improve the cybersecurity posture for local organizations

SSI is a fellowship program for rising college seniors. This program is designed for U.S. citizens and permanent residents interested in pursuing graduate degrees and careers in the information security sector.

Students who complete SSI and are later admitted to a master’s program at Heinz College will be eligible to receive a scholarship of at least 50% of tuition.

Priority Application Deadline: February 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by mid-February)
Final Application Deadline: April 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by May 1)
Dates: June 13, 2019 to August 3, 2019
Financial Support: Heinz College will cover costs of participation in the IT Lab program. This includes the costs of housing, meals, tuition, books, supplies, social functions, travel expens­es to and from Pittsburgh (within the United States) AND a $1,500 stipend.

ECE at Florida International University REU Site 2019 Summer Program

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) at Florida
International University (FIU) invites undergraduate students to apply
its REU Site 2019 Summer program: “Security of Smart Things”.
The program will run from May 28, 2019 to July 26, 2019 at FIU Campus in Miami, FL.

This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students (sophomores,
juniors, non-graduating seniors) to engage in hands-on research
activity under the supervision of a faculty mentor or a postdoctoral
fellow in the ECE Department throughout the summer.
Detailed information about the REU projects are available at:
https://sst-reu.fiu.edu

More information is available on GatorConnect.

Application Deadline: Feb. 22nd, 2019
Selections will be based on a combination of research interests,
academic qualifications, and faculty recommendations.

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124

Application Deadline: March 3, 2019

This Week’s News from Career Education 2/4/19

Check back next week for On-Campus recruiter visits!

Resume Doctor

When: Tuesday, February 12 | 11:30am – 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: We are back with our first Resume doctor of the spring semester! Drop by the table to meet with Career Education staff for on-the-spot resume and cover letter checks! No appointment needed, just bring a draft of your materials with you.

Carnegie Mellon University Summer Security Intensive Fellowship

As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the privacy, intellectual property, and fraud risks continue to grow. These cyber threats are highly relevant to all sectors of the economy, which is driving a major talent shortage for the information security industry. Our Summer Security Intensive will begin to prepare its participants for a career in this high-growth field.

IT Lab: Summer Security Intensive (SSI) is a paid seven-week summer fellowship where participants:

  • Study with the world’s leading security, analytics, and policy researchers, including the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute
  • Take coursework in security analytics and policy
  • Apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through experiential learning to improve the cybersecurity posture for local organizations

SSI is a fellowship program for rising college seniors. This program is designed for U.S. citizens and permanent residents interested in pursuing graduate degrees and careers in the information security sector.

Students who complete SSI and are later admitted to a master’s program at Heinz College will be eligible to receive a scholarship of at least 50% of tuition.

Priority Application Deadline: February 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by mid-February)
Final Application Deadline: April 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by May 1)
Dates: June 13, 2019 to August 3, 2019
Financial Support: Heinz College will cover costs of participation in the IT Lab program. This includes the costs of housing, meals, tuition, books, supplies, social functions, travel expens­es to and from Pittsburgh (within the United States) AND a $1,500 stipend.

Summer internship with the U.S. Treasury

This is a paid summer internship with the U.S. Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.  Students must apply through USAJOBS on February 5, 2019. Interested students should create an account on USAJOBS now and create their application materials so that they are ready to submit.

More information on GatorConnect.

Application Deadline: February 5

ECE at Florida International University REU Site 2019 Summer Program

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) at Florida
International University (FIU) invites undergraduate students to apply
its REU Site 2019 Summer program: “Security of Smart Things”.
The program will run from May 28, 2019 to July 26, 2019 at FIU Campus in Miami, FL.

This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students (sophomores,
juniors, non-graduating seniors) to engage in hands-on research
activity under the supervision of a faculty mentor or a postdoctoral
fellow in the ECE Department throughout the summer.
Detailed information about the REU projects are available at:
https://sst-reu.fiu.edu

More information is available on GatorConnect.

Application Deadline: Feb. 22nd, 2019
Selections will be based on a combination of research interests,
academic qualifications, and faculty recommendations.

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124

Application Deadline: March 3, 2019

This Week’s News from Career Education 1/28/19

Syracuse University Maxwell School in Public Administration and International Affairs

When: January 30 | 12:15 pm – 1:20 pm

Where: Campus Center 301/302

What: Megan Begert, Enrollment Manager for the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs will be on campus to discuss their graduate program. The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs is Syracuse University’s home for innovative, interdisciplinary teaching and research across the social sciences, public policy, public administration, and international relations.

Lunchtime Learning: “Business Law & Ethics: The Spirit and the Letter” with Michael Young ’78

When: Thursday, January 31 | 12:15 – 1:15 pm

Where: Quigley Hall Henderson Auditorium

What: Michael Young ’78, Partner, Wilkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, will present a high level overview of business law and how companies, some better than other, implement it. Mr. Young will share his views on business ethics – important information for students about to enter careers in business and economics.

*Lunch provided

Resume Doctor

When: Tuesday, February 12 | 11:30am – 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: We are back with our first Resume doctor of the spring semester! Drop by the table to meet with Career Education staff for on-the-spot resume and cover letter checks! No appointment needed, just bring a draft of your materials with you.

Carnegie Mellon University Summer Security Intensive Fellowship

As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the privacy, intellectual property, and fraud risks continue to grow. These cyber threats are highly relevant to all sectors of the economy, which is driving a major talent shortage for the information security industry. Our Summer Security Intensive will begin to prepare its participants for a career in this high-growth field.

IT Lab: Summer Security Intensive (SSI) is a paid seven-week summer fellowship where participants:

  • Study with the world’s leading security, analytics, and policy researchers, including the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute
  • Take coursework in security analytics and policy
  • Apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through experiential learning to improve the cybersecurity posture for local organizations

SSI is a fellowship program for rising college seniors. This program is designed for U.S. citizens and permanent residents interested in pursuing graduate degrees and careers in the information security sector.

Students who complete SSI and are later admitted to a master’s program at Heinz College will be eligible to receive a scholarship of at least 50% of tuition.

Priority Application Deadline: February 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by mid-February)
Final Application Deadline: April 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by May 1)
Dates: June 13, 2019 to August 3, 2019
Financial Support: Heinz College will cover costs of participation in the IT Lab program. This includes the costs of housing, meals, tuition, books, supplies, social functions, travel expens­es to and from Pittsburgh (within the United States) AND a $1,500 stipend.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Summer Scholars Program

The Summer Scholars Program is a mentored research internship offered by EVMS Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia. The competitive 11-week program is open to college seniors (rising or graduating) and first- or second-year graduate or medical students who are exploring potential careers in medical, biomedical, public health or behavioral research.

Students chosen for the program will conduct a preselected research project, from start to finish, and present their project outcomes to the scientific community. Students are listed as co-investigators on their projects, which are frequently published and presented on the national level. This summer experience includes formal classroom training and personalized application in research design, implementation and publication and can greatly benefit those considering a career in research.

Visit https://www.evms.edu/pediatrics/summer_scholars/ to learn more

Application Deadline: Thursday, January 31

Summer internship with the U.S. Treasury

This is a paid summer internship with the U.S. Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.  Students must apply through USAJOBS on February 5, 2019. Interested students should create an account on USAJOBS now and create their application materials so that they are ready to submit.

More information on GatorConnect.

Application Deadline: February 5

ECE at Florida International University REU Site 2019 Summer Program

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) at Florida
International University (FIU) invites undergraduate students to apply
its REU Site 2019 Summer program: “Security of Smart Things”.
The program will run from May 28, 2019 to July 26, 2019 at FIU Campus in Miami, FL.

This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students (sophomores,
juniors, non-graduating seniors) to engage in hands-on research
activity under the supervision of a faculty mentor or a postdoctoral
fellow in the ECE Department throughout the summer.
Detailed information about the REU projects are available at:
https://sst-reu.fiu.edu

More information is available on GatorConnect.

Application Deadline: Feb. 22nd, 2019
Selections will be based on a combination of research interests,
academic qualifications, and faculty recommendations.

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124

Application Deadline: March 3, 2019

 

This Week’s News from Career Education 1/21/19

Nothing this week Gators, tune in next week for more recruiter visits!

Center for Business and Economics trip to Cleveland

When: Tuesday, January 29

What: The CBE is sponsoring a trip to downtown Cleveland where they will participate in a banking, insurance & finance panel at Key Bank, network with alumni at the exclusive Pura Vida restaurant for lunch, then we’re off to tour the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank. This is a perfect opportunity for students who would like to explore their interest in the banking, finance & insurance industries  and meet professional economists at the Fed.

Professors Ormiston, Bianco and Michaelides will lead the way along with Beth Ryan and Sarah Holt for a career exploration journey to opportunities in Cleveland.

This trip is free to students thanks to a gift from Bruce Thompson ’86, Vice Chairman of Bank of America.

Are you ready to go?  Please send your resume to Beth Ryan at bryan@allegheny.edu by January 18 to be included, space is limited, so don’t delay.

Lunchtime Learning: “Business Law & Ethics: The Spirit and the Letter” with Michael Young ’78

When: Thursday, January 31 | 12:15 – 1:15 pm

Where: Quigley Hall Henderson Auditorium

What: Michael Young ’78, Partner, Wilkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, will present a high level overview of business law and how companies, some better than other, implement it. Mr. Young will share his views on business ethics – important information for students about to enter careers in business and economics.

*Lunch provided

Resume Doctor

When: Tuesday, February 12 | 11:30am – 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: We are back with our first Resume doctor of the spring semester! Drop by the table to meet with Career Education staff for on-the-spot resume and cover letter checks! No appointment needed, just bring a draft of your materials with you.

Carnegie Mellon University Summer Security Intensive Fellowship

As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the privacy, intellectual property, and fraud risks continue to grow. These cyber threats are highly relevant to all sectors of the economy, which is driving a major talent shortage for the information security industry. Our Summer Security Intensive will begin to prepare its participants for a career in this high-growth field.

IT Lab: Summer Security Intensive (SSI) is a paid seven-week summer fellowship where participants:

  • Study with the world’s leading security, analytics, and policy researchers, including the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute
  • Take coursework in security analytics and policy
  • Apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through experiential learning to improve the cybersecurity posture for local organizations

SSI is a fellowship program for rising college seniors. This program is designed for U.S. citizens and permanent residents interested in pursuing graduate degrees and careers in the information security sector.

Students who complete SSI and are later admitted to a master’s program at Heinz College will be eligible to receive a scholarship of at least 50% of tuition.

Priority Application Deadline: February 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by mid-February)
Final Application Deadline: April 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by May 1)
Dates: June 13, 2019 to August 3, 2019
Financial Support: Heinz College will cover costs of participation in the IT Lab program. This includes the costs of housing, meals, tuition, books, supplies, social functions, travel expens­es to and from Pittsburgh (within the United States) AND a $1,500 stipend.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Summer Scholars Program

The Summer Scholars Program is a mentored research internship offered by EVMS Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia. The competitive 11-week program is open to college seniors (rising or graduating) and first- or second-year graduate or medical students who are exploring potential careers in medical, biomedical, public health or behavioral research.

Students chosen for the program will conduct a preselected research project, from start to finish, and present their project outcomes to the scientific community. Students are listed as co-investigators on their projects, which are frequently published and presented on the national level. This summer experience includes formal classroom training and personalized application in research design, implementation and publication and can greatly benefit those considering a career in research.

Visit https://www.evms.edu/pediatrics/summer_scholars/ to learn more

Application Deadline: Thursday, January 31

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124

Application Deadline: March 3, 2019

This Week’s News from Career Education 1/14/19

CMU Summer Security Intensive Fellowship Information Session

When: Friday, January 18 | 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

What: Representatives from CMU’s Heinz College IT Lab will visit campus to promote their Summer Security Intensive (SSI) which is a paid seven-week summer fellowship where participants:
– Study with the world’s leading security, analytics, and policy researchers, including the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute
– Take coursework in security analytics and policy
– Apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through experiential learning to improve the cybersecurity posture for local organizations

They will also promote their Master’s Program in Information Security Policy & Management. Students who complete the SSI and then enroll in the graduate program will receive a scholarship to cover at least 50% of the tuition for the Master’s Program.

The information session will be followed by open office hours in Pelletier 253

https://www.heinz.cmu.edu/programs/itlab/

Where: Pelletier 310, The Collaboratory

Lunchtime Learning:
“Business with a Mission: Careers in the Non-Profit Sector,” 
Eileen Webb ’06

When: Thursday, January 17 | 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

Where: Quigley Hall Henderson Auditorium

What: Allegheny alumna and Manager of Exempt Organization Tax Services at Ernst & Young, Eileen Webb, will be on campus to talk about her over ten years of experience working with various types of tax-exempt organizations including large health care systems and other health care organizations, community development financial institutions, education, and other community and charitable organizations.

*Eileen will hold open office hours in Pelletier Library in the Career Education office immediately following the presentation. Stop by Career Education to meet with Eileen one-on-one and learn more about her career path!*

Center for Business and Economics trip to Cleveland

When: Tuesday, January 29

What: The CBE is sponsoring a trip to downtown Cleveland where they will participate in a banking, insurance & finance panel at Key Bank, network with alumni at the exclusive Pura Vida restaurant for lunch, then we’re off to tour the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank. This is a perfect opportunity for students who would like to explore their interest in the banking, finance & insurance industries  and meet professional economists at the Fed.

Professors Ormiston, Bianco and Michaelides will lead the way along with Beth Ryan and Sarah Holt for a career exploration journey to opportunities in Cleveland.

This trip is free to students thanks to a gift from Bruce Thompson ’86, Vice Chairman of Bank of America.

Are you ready to go?  Please send your resume to Beth Ryan at bryan@allegheny.edu by January 18 to be included, space is limited, so don’t delay.

Resume Doctor

When: Tuesday, February 12 | 11:30am – 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: We are back with our first Resume doctor of the spring semester! Drop by the table to meet with Career Education staff for on-the-spot resume and cover letter checks! No appointment needed, just bring a draft of your materials with you.

Carnegie Mellon University Summer Security Intensive Fellowship

As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the privacy, intellectual property, and fraud risks continue to grow. These cyber threats are highly relevant to all sectors of the economy, which is driving a major talent shortage for the information security industry. Our Summer Security Intensive will begin to prepare its participants for a career in this high-growth field.

IT Lab: Summer Security Intensive (SSI) is a paid seven-week summer fellowship where participants:

  • Study with the world’s leading security, analytics, and policy researchers, including the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute
  • Take coursework in security analytics and policy
  • Apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through experiential learning to improve the cybersecurity posture for local organizations

SSI is a fellowship program for rising college seniors. This program is designed for U.S. citizens and permanent residents interested in pursuing graduate degrees and careers in the information security sector.

Students who complete SSI and are later admitted to a master’s program at Heinz College will be eligible to receive a scholarship of at least 50% of tuition.

Priority Application Deadline: February 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by mid-February)
Final Application Deadline: April 1, 2019 (receive admission decision by May 1)
Dates: June 13, 2019 to August 3, 2019
Financial Support: Heinz College will cover costs of participation in the IT Lab program. This includes the costs of housing, meals, tuition, books, supplies, social functions, travel expens­es to and from Pittsburgh (within the United States) AND a $1,500 stipend.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Summer Scholars Program

The Summer Scholars Program is a mentored research internship offered by EVMS Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia. The competitive 11-week program is open to college seniors (rising or graduating) and first- or second-year graduate or medical students who are exploring potential careers in medical, biomedical, public health or behavioral research.

Students chosen for the program will conduct a preselected research project, from start to finish, and present their project outcomes to the scientific community. Students are listed as co-investigators on their projects, which are frequently published and presented on the national level. This summer experience includes formal classroom training and personalized application in research design, implementation and publication and can greatly benefit those considering a career in research.

Visit https://www.evms.edu/pediatrics/summer_scholars/ to learn more

Application Deadline: Thursday, January 31

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124

Application Deadline: March 3, 2019

 

This Week’s News from Career Education 12/10/18

Stay tuned for on-campus recruiter visits in the spring semester!

Happy Holidays from Career Education!

Harvard Summer Venture in Management

Summer Venture in Management is a one-week residential educational program for rising college seniors designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education.  According to Career Education Director, Jim Fitch, “Harvard Business School covers all educational expenses, including room and board.”

Here’s the link

Chatham Financial Excel Boot Camp

When: January 3-4, Kennett Square, PA  (outside Philadelphia)

What: The Excel Boot Camp will run from January 3rd to 4th and is open to undergraduate students. The event will entail a full day of instruction from Wall Street Prep, a Chatham mixer in the evening, and a relevant case-study application on the second day of the event. Chatham has run this event for the past three years and has received excellent feedback that the course is extremely beneficial to students regardless of their area of study.

Registration is open and students are encouraged to apply now, as space is first-come, first serve and requires the completion of a prerequisite course prior to admittance.

Please reach out to bootcamp@chathamfinancial.com with any questions, and thank you!

The Economics Department can provide funding for all expenses for this experience for a limited number of students.  First apply to the Boot Camp, if you are accepted into their program, email Beth Ryan your resume and academic transcript  by December 7, 2018.

Merrill Lynch Summer Internship

Merrill Lynch is offering a summer internship to Allegheny students doing research on public companies and providing other research services for asset managers and investment advisers at their Pittsburgh-based office. An economics major who has taken macroeconomics, statistics or corporate finance will be the preferred candidate for these positions.

Interested?  Email Beth Ryan your transcript and resume to apply.

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124
Apply Now!
Date(s): The Fellow Application deadline is March 3, 2019.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance ProgramSpring Internship

This opportunity is open to all Majors! Meadville VITA (Econ 501) is being offered in spring 2019 and is a 4 credit internship for students in the course.

You will be trained in preparing income taxes and using the IRS software, then for 10 weeks, students will work 5 to 6 hours preparing taxes for low and middle income residents in our community.

To register for the course, email Professor Stephanie Martin smartin@allegheny.edu to express your interest for this signature course.

This Week’s News from Career Education 12/03/18

Maxwell School Of Syracuse University

When: December 3, 2018 from 12PM-1PM

Where: Campus Center 301/302

What: Interested in pursuing a career in foreign service, nonprofit leadership, or the federal government? Representatives from the Maxwell School will be visiting campus to talk about their top-ranked master’s degree programs in Public Administration and International Relations

Harvard Summer Venture in Management

Summer Venture in Management is a one-week residential educational program for rising college seniors designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education.  According to Career Education Director, Jim Fitch, “Harvard Business School covers all educational expenses, including room and board.”

Here’s the link

Chatham Financial Excel Boot Camp

When: January 3-4, Kennett Square, PA  (outside Philadelphia)

What: The Excel Boot Camp will run from January 3rd to 4th and is open to undergraduate students. The event will entail a full day of instruction from Wall Street Prep, a Chatham mixer in the evening, and a relevant case-study application on the second day of the event. Chatham has run this event for the past three years and has received excellent feedback that the course is extremely beneficial to students regardless of their area of study.

Registration is open and students are encouraged to apply now, as space is first-come, first serve and requires the completion of a prerequisite course prior to admittance.

Please reach out to bootcamp@chathamfinancial.com with any questions, and thank you!

The Economics Department can provide funding for all expenses for this experience for a limited number of students.  First apply to the Boot Camp, if you are accepted into their program, email Beth Ryan your resume and academic transcript  by December 7, 2018.

Merrill Lynch Summer Internship

Merrill Lynch is offering a summer internship to Allegheny students doing research on public companies and providing other research services for asset managers and investment advisers at their Pittsburgh-based office. An economics major who has taken macroeconomics, statistics or corporate finance will be the preferred candidate for these positions.

Interested?  Email Beth Ryan your transcript and resume to apply.

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124
Apply Now!
Date(s): The Fellow Application deadline is March 3, 2019.

Consider an unforgettable internship experience where you can…

  • Earn 4 Credits,
  • With No Final Test,
  • Finish early (April 15),
  • Learn how-to prepare tax returns,
  • Help people who really need your help.
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is a nationwide IRS program designed to help low and moderate income taxpayers complete annual tax returns at no cost.

Meadville VITA (Econ 501) is being offered in spring 2019 and is a 4 credit internship for students in the course.  Students will receive training in preparing income taxes and using the IRS software prior to the tax season, then for 10 weeks Feb – Apr, students will work 5 to 6 hours preparing taxes for low and middle income residents in our community.

This opportunity not only provides a valuable skill but it also creates positive interactions with the community.  To register for the course, email  Professor Stephanie Martin smartin@allegheny.edu to express your interest for this signature course.

This Week’s News from Career Education 11/26/18

Maxwell School Of Syracuse University

When: December 3, 2018 from 12PM-1PM

Where: Campus Center 301/302

What: Interested in pursuing a career in foreign service, nonprofit leadership, or the federal government? Representatives from the Maxwell School will be visiting campus to talk about their top-ranked master’s degree programs in Public Administration and International Relations

Julie Sze and Environmental Justice

Professor Julie Sze, founding chair of American Studies at the University of California at Davis and founding director of the Environmental Justice Project for John Muir Institute of the Environment, will be on campus this week. Sze researches environmental justice and environmental inequality; culture and environment; race, gender and power; and urban/community health and activism. Her research was funded by the Ford Foundation, the American Studies Association and the UC Humanities Research Institute. Professor Sze’s book, Noxious New York: The Racial Politics of Urban Health and Environmental Justice (MIT, 2007) received the John Hope Franklin Publication Prize for the best book in her field, and her second book, from 2015, Fantasy Islands: Chinese Dreams and Ecological Fears in an Age of Climate Crisis (2015), was published by the University of California Press.
There are two events that may be of interest to you. Please consider attending one or both of them; they are free and open to the public.
When: Tuesday, November 27 from 12:15-1:15 PM
Where: Tillotson Room, Tippie Alumni Center
What: “Toward a Just Transition: Climate Justice, Urban Development and Community Resilience”
AND
When: Tuesday, November 27 from 7:00-8:15 PM
Where: Tillotson Room, Tippie Alumni Center
What: “Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger”

Harvard Summer Venture in Management

Summer Venture in Management is a one-week residential educational program for rising college seniors designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education.  According to Career Education Director, Jim Fitch, “Harvard Business School covers all educational expenses, including room and board.”

Here’s the link

Chatham Financial Excel Boot Camp

When: January 3-4, Kennett Square, PA  (outside Philadelphia)

What: The Excel Boot Camp will run from January 3rd to 4th and is open to undergraduate students. The event will entail a full day of instruction from Wall Street Prep, a Chatham mixer in the evening, and a relevant case-study application on the second day of the event. Chatham has run this event for the past three years and has received excellent feedback that the course is extremely beneficial to students regardless of their area of study.

Registration is open and students are encouraged to apply now, as space is first-come, first serve and requires the completion of a prerequisite course prior to admittance.

Please reach out to bootcamp@chathamfinancial.com with any questions, and thank you!

The Economics Department can provide funding for all expenses for this experience for a limited number of students.  First apply to the Boot Camp, if you are accepted into their program, email Beth Ryan your resume and academic transcript  by December 7, 2018.

Merrill Lynch Summer Internship

Merrill Lynch is offering a summer internship to Allegheny students doing research on public companies and providing other research services for asset managers and investment advisers at their Pittsburgh-based office. An economics major who has taken macroeconomics, statistics or corporate finance will be the preferred candidate for these positions.

Interested?  Email Beth Ryan your transcript and resume to apply.

College to Congress Summer 2019 Internship

College to Congress is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that creates pathways for students
to intern in Congress who otherwise could not afford to do so. Through our comprehensive
program, we aim to disrupt the traditional pipeline of wealthy and connected people filling positions of power in the United States Congress. By empowering the next generation of
passionate and diverse young leaders to kick-start their careers in public service, we get one step closer to creating a Congress that is truly reflective of the beautiful diversity in America.

The application opens on October 1, with a priority deadline of October 31, and a general
deadline of November 30.

Interested in applying? Want to learn more? Check out our website at
www.CollegeToCongress.org, sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on social media!

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124
Apply Now!
Date(s): The Fellow Application deadline is March 3, 2019.

This Week’s News from Career Education 11/12/18

Duquesne University School Of Pharmacy

When: Wednesday November 14, 2018

What: Join us to explore the pharmacy profession and how Duquesne is a good fit for you. Come explore our two nationally recognized pathways to success. Transfer into the Weekday pathway or enroll in the Weekend pathway.

Contact Dr. Merrilee Anderson with any questions at manderson@mtaloy.edu

Peace Corps, AmeriCorps KEYS, AmeriCorps VISTA, & City Year

When: Thursday, November 15, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Where: Campus Center 303

What: Join the information session to learn about learn about volunteer experiences, ask questions about service, and gain tips to guide you through the application process.

Peace Corps All Access Day

Thursday, November 15

When and Where:
Information Session, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM, Campus Center 303
One-On-One with recruiter, Ryan Stannard, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM, Campus Center 318
International Education Week Presentation, 4:30 PM – 5:15 PM, Campus Center 302

What:
Join Peace Corps recruiter and returned volunteer, Ryan Stannard (Thailand), as he answers all of your questions about the program. He will cover application procedures and share stories about his time abroad.

A Roadmap for Business and Economics

When: Thursday November 15, 12-15 – 1:15 pm


Where: Quigley Auditorium, lunch provided
What: What can you do with a degree in business or economics?  What paths to successful Allegheny graduates take to great careers?  How do you go about taking charge of your future?
A Roadmap for Business & Economics Lunchtime Learning is a great starting point for first and second year students with interests in business or economics.

Attend this Lunchtime Learning as Chris Allison ’83, Entrepreneur in Residence provides his unique insights on how to make the most of your studies here at Allegheny and move into that critical first job or the graduate school of your choice after graduation.

Did you know? Professor Allison is the former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Tollgrade Communications Inc. He is both Entrepreneur in Residence and  the Co-Director of the Center for Business & Economics.  A published author of two books and multiple articles in the Pittsburgh media, his teaching and research interests include Managerial Economics, Entrepreneurship, Financial Literacy, Investing Theory, Writing and Public Speaking.

International Education Week 2018

When: November 12-18, 2018

Nov 12th: Study Away Fair

Interested in Studying Abroad?
Representatives from our study away partners will be present to answer questions.
Where: CC Lobby 10:30AM-1:30PM

Nov 13th: Diwali

Come celebrate the Hindu festival of lights! Enjoy a photo booth, crafts, henna, and indulge in Indian food!
Where: CC Lobby 7:00-9:00PM

Nov 14th: Fashion Show

Enjoy fashion from around the world! Students will be representing their culture as they walk down the runway in traditional clothing.
Where: CC Lobby 7:00PM

Nov 15th: Peace Corps Speaker

Sample dishes from around the world! Tickets
are $7 and will be sold in the Campus Center
Lobby during the lunch hour.
Where: Schultz Banquet Hall 6:00-8:00pm

Nov 16th: United Nations Translator
Simone Bonneville, a contracted translator for the United Nations, will share how her love for languages launched her career.
Where: Tippie Tillotson Room 12:00-1:00PM

RSVP required

Language Tables

Chinese: Thurs 11:30AM Coffee Hour: Thurs 3:15PM
French: Mon & Thurs 12:00PM Coffee Hour: Tues 4:30PM
German: Coffee Hour Wed 3:30PM
Spanish: Tues&Fri 12:00PM Coffee Hour: Mon 4:30PM
Arabic: Mon 12:00PM

Nov 18th: International Bazaar

Sample dishes from around the world! Tickets are $7 and will be sold in the Campus Center Lobby during the lunch hour.
Where: Schultz Banquet Hall 6:00-8:00pm

Chatham Financial Excel Boot Camp

When: January 3-4, Kennett Square, PA  (outside Philadelphia)

What: The Excel Boot Camp will run from January 3rd to 4th and is open to undergraduate students. The event will entail a full day of instruction from Wall Street Prep, a Chatham mixer in the evening, and a relevant case-study application on the second day of the event. Chatham has run this event for the past three years and has received excellent feedback that the course is extremely beneficial to students regardless of their area of study.

Registration is open and students are encouraged to apply now, as space is first-come, first serve and requires the completion of a prerequisite course prior to admittance.

Please reach out to bootcamp@chathamfinancial.com with any questions, and thank you!

The Economics Department can provide funding for all expenses for this experience for a limited number of students.  First apply to the Boot Camp, if you are accepted into their program, email Beth Ryan your resume and academic transcript  by December 7, 2018.

Meadville Medical Center, Spring 2019 Internships

When:  Applications due by Friday, November 16 to Professor Becky Dawson (rdawson@allegheny.edu)

What: The Meadville Medical Center (MMC) is recruiting students for 5 internships in the spring. These are for-credit internships and provide students with opportunities across the spectrum of work done by a community hospital. Specifically, MMC is looking for students to fill positions in marketing, patient education, community-based research, and administration.

Please share widely. Positions are most appropriate for sophomores & juniors; however, they will entertain applications from all who are interested. Details about applying are on Gator Connect, along with a description about each position.

Questions?  Please reach out to Professor Becky Dawson via email, or during her office hours, Carr Hall 206.

College to Congress Summer 2019 Internship

College to Congress is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that creates pathways for students
to intern in Congress who otherwise could not afford to do so. Through our comprehensive
program, we aim to disrupt the traditional pipeline of wealthy and connected people filling positions of power in the United States Congress. By empowering the next generation of
passionate and diverse young leaders to kick-start their careers in public service, we get one step closer to creating a Congress that is truly reflective of the beautiful diversity in America.

The application opens on October 1, with a priority deadline of October 31, and a general
deadline of November 30.

Interested in applying? Want to learn more? Check out our website at
www.CollegeToCongress.org, sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on social media!

PULSE Pittsburgh Fellowship

PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh.
PULSE Fellows…
– SERVE with a Nonprofit
– LIVE in Community
– GROW as a Leader

Want to learn more?
– Please visit our website to learn more about us
– Hear stories from our fellows and partners on our YouTube channel
– Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh)
– Reach out to Neal at ndonovan@pulsepittsburgh.org or 412-361-0124
Apply Now!
Date(s): The Fellow Application deadline is March 3, 2019.