This Week’s News from Career Education 4/24/18

Enjoy our last newsletter for the semester and have a great summer!

Mini Mock Interviews

When: Thursday, April 26 11:30 am-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Is your elevator pitch ready? Do you know when to use the STAR method or how to answer behavioral based interview questions? If you said ‘no’ to any of those questions, come practice your interview skills with Career Education counselors at this Mini Mock Interview Session! Email Liza at lschaef@allegheny.edu to register for an interview slot, although walk-ins are also welcome. All class years are welcome to participate. Come practice your interview skills with Career Education counselors. 

Army ROTC

When: Tuesday, April 24 11:30 am-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Representatives from Edinboro University Army ROTC will be available to talk about scholarships and other opportunities for Allegheny College students.

Glade Run Lutheran Services

When: Wednesday, April 25 11:30 am-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Glade Run is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides autism, mental health educational, and unique therapeutic offerings to children and families through school and community based offerings across Western Pennsylvania. Services include St. Stephen’s Academies – licensed private schools offering ASD programming and direct positive behavior interventions and supports for youth in grades K-12; community and school based mental health services for children, adults and families; psychiatric rehabilitation, transition offerings for teens and young adults with autism, and therapeutic animal and horticulture programs through Glade Run Adventures. Representatives will be discussing teaching/education positions at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Academy- come check out these opportunities!

Underclassmen: Tell Us About Your Summer Plans

Do you have an internship, research opportunity, or other experience lined up for this summer? Career Education wants to know! Please report your experience here. It should take less than five minutes and will help your fellow Gators.

Graduating Seniors: What’s Next?

Please complete the First Destination Survey by answering up to 15 questions about where you are headed next. If you do so by May 9, you’ll be entered into a drawing for one of four $50 VISA gift cards. The information gathered through this online questionnaire helps the College better understand and improve its programs. The results also are reported to organizations outside the College, impacting Allegheny’s national reputation. Click here to access the survey. Your password is your Allegheny student I.D. Please consider taking this survey in one sitting. Thank you for your help!

This Week’s News from Career Education 4/17/18

Dedicated Nursing Associates, Inc

When: Tuesday, April 17 11:30 am-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Looking to hire students for corporate and administrative positions at the corporate office in Delmont, PA (outside of Pittsburgh). All majors are welcome, especially students interested in Economics/Business, Communications, and Psychology. Positions available in areas such as Human Resources, IT, and Recruiting.

Army ROTC

When: Wednesday, April 18 & Tuesday, April 24 11:30 am-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Representatives from Edinboro University Army ROTC will be available to talk about scholarships and other opportunities for Allegheny College students.

City Year

When: Thursday, April 19 | 12:30-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center 303

What: Information session on positions working as a mentor during a paid year of service through City Year. All class years are welcome including seniors still looking for post-graduation opportunities and underclassmen who are considering long-term service or working in the field of education in the future.

Foreign Service Officer Test Preparation Workshop

When: Saturday, April 21 1:30-3:30 pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory

What: Are you interested in pursuing a career as a Foreign Service Officer for the Department of State? Attend the FSOT Prep Session where Foreign Service Officer and Diplomat in Residence Dale Giovengo will coach students on how to best prepare for the exam. The workshop is limited to the first 20 registered participants so register today! All class years welcome!

Mini Mock Interviews

When: Thursday, April 26 11:30 am-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Is your elevator pitch ready? Do you know when to use the STAR method or how to answer behavioral based interview questions? If you said ‘no’ to any of those questions, come practice your interview skills with Career Education counselors at this Mini Mock Interview Session! Email Liza at lschaef@allegheny.edu to register for a half hour interview slot.

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Who are you? Where are you going? Career Seminar for Gateway 100/300 Students

When: Thursday, April 12, 4:30- 6:30 pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory 

What: All students who were enrolled in a Gateway 100/300 course during either the Fall 2017 or Spring 2018 semesters are invited to this Career Seminar to create concrete materials related to their course experiences. The session will include Resume & Cover Letter Development, Online Networking Resources, and Elevator Pitch Construction. Students should bring their resumes either in a hard copy (printed) or on their laptops for review. If you have another commitment at the same time please feel free to arrive late or leave early.

Vector Marketing

When: Wednesday, April 11, 11:30- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Vector Marketing is the sales and marketing division of Cutco. Vector reps are independent contractors and they set their own schedules and have the opportunity to control how much they earn through a guaranteed base pay and commissions earned on each sale. Vector Marketing is a single-level, direct-to-consumer marketing company and is recognized as an official member of the Direct Selling Association.

Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG)- Recruiting for AmeriCorps VISTA Positions

When: Monday, April 16 | 11:30 am- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG) is sponsoring 7 AmeriCorps VISTA positions focused in community and economic development across the Pittsburgh area. They are recruiting a VISTA through Equal Justice Works’ Tenant Engagement and Community Economic Development project to empower residents of Residential Assistance Demonstration (RAD) housing in Greater Pittsburgh. Stop by their table to learn more!

This Week’s News from Career Education 4/3/18

“Tell Me About Yourself”: Elevator Pitch Workshop

When: Tuesday, April 3, 3:30 pm- 5:00 pm

Where: Campus Center 301/302

What: One of the most common questions that starts an interview is “Tell me about yourself”. Do you know how to answer? Everyone is invited to attend our workshop to help you craft and perfect your elevator pitch! Whether you’re an underclassman looking for internships or a graduating senior in the search for a job/grad school, everyone can benefit from having a well-crafted elevator pitch!

UPMC All Access Day for College Students in Hermitage, PA

When: Tuesday, April 10, 12:30-3 pm | Register by April 3

Where: eCenter@LindenPointe – A Business Incubator

3580 Innovation Way, Hermitage, PA 16148

What: Learn about employment opportunities with UPMC in Nursing, Finance/Accounting, Human Resources, Information Services/Information, Technology/Software, Engineering, Marketing/Public Relations, Quality and Process Improvement, Supply Chain Management. Alos listen to a featured speaker at this session – Dr. Rasu Shrestha, Chief Innovation Officer at UPMC and Executive VP at UPMC Enterprises.  Register Here by April 3.

Who are you? Where are you going? Career Seminar for Gateway 100/300 Students

When: Thursday, April 12, 4:30- 6:30 pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory 

What: All students who were enrolled in a Gateway 100/300 course during either the Fall 2017 or Spring 2018 semesters are invited to this Career Seminar to create concrete materials related to their course experiences. The session will include Resume & Cover Letter Development, Online Networking Resources, and Elevator Pitch Construction. Students should bring their resumes either in a hard copy (printed) or on their laptops for review. If you have another commitment at the same time please feel free to arrive late or leave early.

Funding for Summer Internships in Washington, DC

There is still time to get a summer internship in Washington, DC! Log in to Gator Connect to view the positions available. Your Gator Connect username is your full Allegheny email address (ex- smithj4@allegheny.edu). If you have never signed in before, or are unsure of your password just click the “forgot password” option and type in your full Allegheny email and a link will be sent instantly for you to create a new password.
Already have an internship in the DC Metro area and need financial help? The Betsy Dotson Experiential Learning Fund exists to offer financial support to students who have obtained an experiential learning opportunity (internship) in Washington, D.C. All full-time Allegheny students who have secured an internship in the Washington D.C. metro area are eligible to apply. Students interested in financial assistance must attend drop-in hours in Career Education Monday or Wednesday between 2-4pm to receive a funding application.
Applications should be turned in by April 9 for best consideration for funding.

Vector Marketing

When: Wednesday, April 11, 11:30- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Vector Marketing is the sales and marketing division of Cutco. Vector reps are independent contractors and they set their own schedules and have the opportunity to control how much they earn through a guaranteed base pay and commissions earned on each sale. Vector Marketing is a single-level, direct-to-consumer marketing company and is recognized as an official member of the Direct Selling Association.

This Week’s News from Career Education 3/27/18

Peace Corps Campus Visit

When/Where: Tuesday, March 28

Appy Hour” 10-11:45 am in GFC

Application Workshop 12-1 pm in the Pelletier Collaboratory

What: Work on perfecting your Peace Corps application with a recruiter in these sessions. Not ready to apply? No problem- learn what you can do to prepare for your future application!

Pathways to NGO Careers

When: Wednesday, March 28 12:15-1:15 pm (Pizza will be provided.)

Where: Quigley 101

What: Learn about the various opportunities that you may be unaware of to begin careers with NGOs. The presenter, Jonathan White ’92 earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Allegheny College. He then studied International Development at LSE and Johns Hopkins. He currently serves as Regional Director for East and Southern Africa at the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA, Washington, DC.

Employment with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

When: Thursday, March 29, 12:15-1:15 pm (Pizza will be provided.)

Where: Quigley Room 220

What: Eze Amadi, a Franchise & Asset Management Analyst with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is visiting campus to recruit for full-time, entry-level Financial Institution Specialists. These positions are perfect for students interested in business administration, banking, finance, economics, accounting, statistics, and math! Come to this session to learn how to be a competitive applicant and learn more about the FDIC’s Corporate Employee Program (CEP) while enjoying some lunch. Read about the position in Gator Connect and apply by April 13!

Resume Doctor

When: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28

Where: Campus Center lobby

What: Stop in to have your resume, cover letters, or other documents reviewed by Career Education staff at the Resume Doctor session. This is the last Resume Doctor of the semester so don’t miss out! If you plan to attend, please bring a printed copy. Don’t have a resume yet? Stop by to find out how to get started!

“Tell Me About Yourself”: Elevator Pitch Workshop

When: Tuesday, April 3, 3:30 pm- 5:00 pm

Where: Campus Center 301/302

What: One of the most common questions that starts an interview is “Tell me about yourself”. Do you know how to answer? Everyone is invited to attend our workshop to help you craft and perfect your elevator pitch! Whether you’re an underclassman looking for internships or a graduating senior in the search for a job/grad school, everyone can benefit from having a well-crafted elevator pitch!

This Week’s News from Career Education 3/13/18

The Woodlands

When: Tuesday, March 13 12pm-1pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory

What: There is still time to join The Woodlands Summer Staff! Two paid positions are offered during the summer: Counselors– perfect for aspiring, educators, therapists and trainers, nutritionists and dietitians, social workers, and counselors; and Healthcare Associates- geared towards future nurses, doctors, medical technicians, and physician assistants. Attend this presentation to learn about the available positions and how to prepare for the next Group Process Interview Session on March 20 at The Woodlands.

Robert Frederick Smith Internship And Fellowship Program

As part of the Smith Fund Internship and Fellowship Program, the National Museum of African American History and Culture will select and provide funding for interns who will be located onsite with the museum in Washington, DC and offsite at select African American museums, art galleries and museums of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), cultural institutions and historic sites, or other related institutions dedicated to the study and preservation of African American history and culture. All internship opportunities with this program will focus on work related to digital imaging, media preservation, digital preservation of personal and community objects, digital content management, collections information management, recording and preserving oral histories, or digital filmmaking. Opportunities are available in Washington, DC, Alabama, North Carolina, Florida, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

All summer internships are for 12 weeks, 35-40 hours per week and include a $600 per week stipend and a need-based housing and transportation subsidy.

Applications are due March 15, 2018.

OFAC Alerts Investigations Intern

This is a paid internship opportunity helping to implement U.S. economic sanctions against terrorists and designated countries (North Korea, Iran, Syria, Cuba, etc) within BNP Paribas, one of the world’s largest global financial institutions. The intern will be placed in the OFAC Alerts Investigations team within Group Financial Security U.S. The successful candidate will report directly to an Allegheny College alumnus. The position is a 4-6 month appointment with the opportunity to extend (approximately June-October). Preferred coursework in, or related to law, foreign policy, political science, and economics.

A note from Robert Patterson ’13, the hiring manager for this position:

This would be an excellent opportunity for a graduating senior looking for a paid position. We have successfully either hired or found a position somewhere for every intern we’ve had on the team. We would expect the intern to stay until at least the beginning of October. The internship can be extended beyond the initial period.

Applications are due March 23. See posting in Gator Connect for application details.

PennDOT Policy Intern Summer 2018

Under the direction and supervision of the Policy Director, Special Assistant to the Secretary and Sr. Policy Specialist, the Policy Intern will be responsible for a broad range of general assistance and specific projects undertaken by the PennDOT Policy Office and Policy Director. Interns in the Policy Office are full-time paid members of PennDOT. Students must commit to at least 10 weeks (12 weeks preferable) of work and be a registered student during this period. The Policy Office is located within PennDOT’s Executive Office at the Keystone Building in Harrisburg’s Capital Complex. The Policy Office is keenly interested in recruiting students who embody ethnic and gender diversity. Qualifying candidates will be interviewed by Policy Director Roger Cohen.

Applications are due March 26. See posting in Gator Connect for application details.

Summer Internships in Washington, DC

Want a summer internship in Washington, DC? Log in to Gator Connect to view the over 15 positions still available for this summer in the DC metro area! Positions are available in event planning, museum work, policy work, and more!. Your Gator Connect username is your full Allegheny email address (ex- smithj4@allegheny.edu). If you have never signed in before, or are unsure of your password just click the “forgot password” option and type in your full Allegheny email and a link will be sent instantly for you to create a new password.
Wondering how you will find and pay for housing if you get an internship? The Betsy Dotson Experiential Learning Fund exists to offer financial support to students who have obtained an experiential learning opportunity in Washington, D.C. All full-time Allegheny students who have secured an internship in the Washington D.C. metro area are eligible to apply. Students interested in financial assistance must attend drop-in hours in Career Education Monday-Friday 2-4pm.

This Week’s News from Career Education 3/6/18

Peace Corps Campus Visit

When/Where: Thursday, March 8

Appy Hour” 10 am-11:45 am in GFC

Information Session 12:30 pm-1:30 pm in the Pelletier Collaboratory

Join us for this health- and environment-focused information session to learn about Volunteer experiences, ask questions about service, and gain tips to guide you through the application process.

What: Care for our world through the Peace Corps. Public health specialists are needed to address issues of global maternal and child health, nutrition and hygiene, infectious and vaccine-preventable diseases, and more. The Peace Corps needs environment specialists to address conservation concerns and alternative energy issues in communities around the globe. Help improve a community’s livelihood and develop sustainable solutions while gaining global skills for your career.

Dedicated Nursing Associates, Inc

When: Thursday, March 8 11:30 am-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Looking to hire students for corporate and administrative positions at the corporate office in Delmont, PA (outside of Pittsburgh). All majors are welcome, especially students interested in Economics/Business, Communications, and Psychology. Positions available in areas such as Human Resources, IT, and Recruiting.

The Woodlands

When: Tuesday, March 13 12pm-1pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory

What: There is still time to join The Woodlands Summer Staff! Two paid positions are offered during the summer: Counselors– perfect for aspiring, educators, therapists and trainers, nutritionists and dietitians, social workers, and counselors; and Healthcare Associates- geared towards future nurses, doctors, medical technicians, and physician assistants. Attend this presentation to learn about the available positions and how to prepare for the next Group Process Interview Session on March 20 at The Woodlands.

“Tell Me About Yourself”: Elevator Pitch Workshop

When: Tuesday, March 6, 3:30 pm- 5:00 pm

Where: Campus Center 301/302

What: One of the most common ways an interview will begin is with the statement, “Tell me about yourself” – Do you know how to answer? Everyone is invited to attend our workshop to help you craft and perfect your elevator pitch! Whether you’re an underclassman looking for internships or a graduating senior in the search for a job/grad school, everyone can benefit from having a well-crafted elevator pitch! This is especially important for those planning to attend the WestPACS Job & Internship Fair.

Pat DiFrancesco ’15 Presents a Roundtable Discussion: Leveraging Your Networks After Allegheny

When: Friday, March 9, 3:30 pm- 5:00 pm

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory (Pizza will be served)

What: Alumnus Pat will return to Allegheny to conduct a roundtable discussion talking to students about post-college challenges such as navigating the job market, managing expectations, remaining positive, being open to the different directions life can take you, and how to prepare now while you are still in college. Pat was a Political Science and Environmental Studies double major and Bonner Scholar while at Allegheny College. He is currently a State Campaigns Associate at Advanced Energy Economy in Washington, DC where he is working to develop and implement a multi-state campaign strategy to educate gubernatorial candidates about the advanced energy industry and advocate for policies and programs that will drive growth and make the energy grid more secure, clean and affordable.

Summer Internships in Washington, DC

Want a summer internship in Washington, DC? Log in to Gator Connect to view the over 15 positions still available for this summer in the DC metro area! Positions are available in event planning, museum work, policy work, and more!. Your Gator Connect username is your full Allegheny email address (ex- smithj4@allegheny.edu). If you have never signed in before, or are unsure of your password just click the “forgot password” option and type in your full Allegheny email and a link will be sent instantly for you to create a new password. Wondering how you will find and pay for housing if you get an internship? The Betsy Dotson Experiential Learning Fund exists to offer financial support to students who have obtained an experiential learning opportunity in Washington, D.C. All full-time Allegheny students who have secured an internship in the Washington D.C. metro area are eligible to apply. Students interested in financial assistance must attend drop-in hours in Career Education on Wednesdays 2-4pm. If you are unavailable at that time, please call 814-332-2381 to schedule a time to meet with Terri Carr.

WestPACS Job & Internship Fair

When: Wednesday, March 14, 10:00 am- 3:00 pm

Where: Monroeville Convention Center

Students and alumni from Allegheny College are invited to attend the WestPACS Job & Internship Fair, the largest fair of its kind in the Pittsburgh region! Over 150 employers attend this event and it’s the perfect way to kick-start your job or internship search! Students and alumni can pre-register online through 11:59 pm on March 12 and attend for free!

Career Education offers transportation to and from the fair for $10 round trip. Please stop by the Career Education office M-F 8:00 am- 5:00 pm to reserve your seat.

This Week’s News from Career Education 2/27/18

Lake Effect Leaders
AmeriCorps VISTA Lake Effect Leaders program is hiring seniors interested in living and serving the Crawford and Erie County areas. To learn more, visit their Facebook page or their website. For more information contact Gabby Bradshaw at gbradshaw@allegheny.edu.
PULSE Fellowship 
Explore how PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders. PULSE is recruiting the next group of fellows committed to being a part of Pittsburgh’s transformation.
Applications are due on March 1. The fellowship runs August 25, 2018 – August 4, 2019.
A fellow Gator, Hannah Green ’17 is a current PULSE Fellow.

Summer internships at the National Museum of American History

The application deadline is March 1, 2018.

Work Local Job Fair

When: Thursday, March 1, 11:30 am- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

Meet over 20 local employers in the Crawford County region who are offering internships, full-time/ part-time positions, and/or shadowing opportunities! Bring copies of your resume and dress business casual. This event is a great way to secure an in-semester internship or part-time job, or start your career! Crawford County boasts a low cost of living, outdoor recreation opportunities, and even a young professional organization.

WestPACS Job & Internship Fair

When: Wednesday, March 14, 10:00 am- 3:00 pm

Where: Monroeville Convention Center

Students and alumni from Allegheny College are invited to attend the WestPACS Job & Internship Fair, the largest fair of its kind in the Pittsburgh region! Over 150 employers attend this event and it’s the perfect way to kick-start your job or internship search! Students and alumni can pre-register online through 11:59 pm on March 12 and attend for free!

Career Education offers transportation to and from the fair for $10 round trip. Please stop by the Career Education office M-F 8:00 am- 5:00 pm to reserve your seat.

Concerned about the benefits of a job fair? Here are some reasons to attend:

  • It’s a great opportunity to meet employers.
  • You probably won’t get a job offer at a fair, but you will make some contacts that may benefit you in the future.
  • It introduces you to the realities of the job search.
  • it provides you with a chance to explore employers and career opportunities that you may never have thought about.
  • It prompts you to do something about your resumé
  • It provides crucial face-to-face contact with employers. You may send out hundreds of “faceless” résumés or online applications, but direct interaction with employers at a job fair allows you to deliver an elevator pitch selling your skills and personal qualities to the employer, ask questions, and make a great impression!

Resume Doctor

When: Tuesday, February 27, 11:30 am- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

Stop in to have your resume, cover letters, or other documents reviewed by Career Education staff at the Resume Doctor session. This is the perfect chance to improve your resume prior to attending the WestPACS Job & Internship Fair on March 14. Please bring a printed copy.

“Tell Me About Yourself”: Elevator Pitch Workshop

When: Tuesday, March 6, 3:30 pm- 5:00 pm

Where: Campus Center 301/302

This is the perfect chance to get your Elevator Pitch ready prior to attending the WestPACS Job & Internship Fair on March 14. Open to students of all class years and majors. 

This Week’s News from Career Education 2/20/18

Full-Time Entry Level Junior Java Software Engineer with Coveros

Marco Corona ’14 will return to campus to interview graduating seniors for an entry-level Junior Java Software Engineer position with Coveros.
All graduating seniors with a computer science background are encouraged to apply and interview- because why not!?
Read the full job description and how to apply in Gator Connect.
Applications are due to Career Education by February 22 at 4 pm.
Interviews will occur on campus on February 27
Other Allegheny alumni working at Coveros include Jon Kauffman ’12 and Glenn Buckholz ’98

Full-Time Position Teaching English in China

Shane English School is a well-established and highly respected chain of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) schools. They are recruiting for full-time positions teaching English in China. See job details and application process in Gator Connect.

Applications are due on February 23 and interviews will take place on-campus March 2.

PULSE Fellowship

SERVE WITH A PITTSBURGH NONPROFIT. LIVE IN COMMUNITY. GROW AS A LEADER.

PULSE is a one-year service position that cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh. Talented university graduates partner with Pittsburgh nonprofits to develop the next generation of servant leaders in our city. Nonprofit partners receive a young, talented, university graduate to build capacity in their organization while participants receive valuable job training and skill development. Hannah Green ’17 is currently serving as a PULSE Fellow! Learn more about PULSE by reading the PULSE Participant General Information 18-19.

APPLY TO PULSE.  The application deadline is March 1, 2018.

The fellowship runs August 25, 2018 – August 4, 2019.

Work Local Job Fair

When: Thursday, March 1, 11:30 am- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

Meet over 20 local employers in the Crawford County region who are offering internships, full-time/ part-time positions, and/or shadowing opportunities! Bring copies of your resume and dress business casual. This event is a great way to secure an in-semester internship or part-time job, or start your career! Crawford County boasts a low cost of living, outdoor recreation opportunities, and even a young professional organization.

WestPACS Job & Internship Fair

When: Wednesday, March 14, 10:00 am- 3:00 pm

Where: Monroeville Convention Center

Students and alumni from Allegheny College are invited to attend the WestPACS Job & Internship Fair, the largest fair of its kind in the Pittsburgh region! Over 150 employers attend this event and it’s the perfect way to kick-start your job or internship search! Students and alumni can pre-register online through 11:59 pm on March 12 and attend for free!

Career Education offers transportation to and from the fair for $10 round trip. Please stop by the Career Education office M-F 8:00 am- 5:00 pm to reserve your seat.

Concerned about the benefits of a job fair? Here are some reasons to attend:

  • It’s a great opportunity to meet employers. Where else can you see that many employers in one location, or be seen by them?
  • It’s an investment in your future. You probably won’t get a job offer at a fair, but you will make some contacts that may benefit you in the future.
  • It introduces you to the realities of the job search.
  • it provides you with a chance to explore employers and career opportunities that you may never have thought about.
  • It prompts you to do something about your resumé
  • It provides crucial face-to-face contact with employers. You may send out hundreds of “faceless” résumés or online applications, but direct interaction with employers at a job fair allows you to deliver an elevator pitch selling your skills and personal qualities to the employer, ask questions, and make a great impression!

US Army Recruiting for Part-Time Positions & Post-Grad Opportunities

When: Tuesday, February 20 & Wednesday, February 21 from 11:30 am- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

This Week’s News from Career Education 2/13/18

Bull Moose Marketing Information Session

When: Wednesday, February 14, 12:30-1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center 302

What: Attend this information session for an introduction to a new type of marketing presented by a local Meadville marketing company. Internship opportunities may be available for summer or next semester! Check out the Facebook Event for more information.

Syracuse University The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Masters Programs Information Session and Q&A Session

When: Thursday, February 15, 12-1 pm; Q&A Session 2-3 pm

Where: Campus Center 301/302

Megan Begert from Syracuse University will be discussing The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
These are great programs for students studying political science, international relations, and the social sciences who may be interested in the exciting global and domestic professional careers in foreign service, nonprofit leadership, or the federal government (to name a few).
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs is home to the nation’s number-one Master of Arts in Public Administration program and a top-ranked Master of Arts in International Relations.
See all Departments and Programs Available in The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and use these Career Field Guides to help plan your career paths today!

Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience (PULSE) Information Session (Pizza Provided)

When: Monday, February 19, 12-1 pm

Where: Campus Center 3033

What: PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh. They invite talented university graduates to partner with Pittsburgh nonprofits to develop the next generation of servant leaders in our city. Nonprofit partners receive a young, talented, university graduate to build capacity in their organization while participants receive valuable job training and skill development. Hannah Green ’17 is currently serving as a PULSE Fellow!

US Army Recruiting for Part-Time Positions & Post-Grad Opportunities

When: Tuesday, February 20 & Wednesday, February 21 from 11:30 am- 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

Full-Time Entry Level Junior Java Software Engineer with Coveros

Marco Corona ’14 will return to campus to interview graduating seniors for an entry-level Junior Java Software Engineer position with Coveros.
All graduating seniors with a computer science background are encouraged to apply and interview- because why not!?
Read the full job description and how to apply in Gator Connect.
Applications are due to Career Education by February 22 at 4 pm.
Interviews will occur on campus on February 27
Other Allegheny alumni working at Coveros include Jon Kauffman ’12 and Glenn Buckholz ’98

PULSE 2018-2019 Fellows Application Due March 1

SERVE WITH A PITTSBURGH NONPROFIT. LIVE IN COMMUNITY. GROW AS A LEADER.

STEPS IN THE PULSE APPLICATION PROCESS

  1. Learn more about PULSE by reading the PULSE Participant General Information 18-19.
  2. APPLY TO PULSE.  The application deadline is March 1, 2018.
  3. Interview via Google Hangout or On-Site in Pittsburgh.
  4. Receive offer from PULSE to join program.
  5. Sign letter of commitment and agree to join the program.
  6. Visit Pittsburgh for PULSEStart (Nonprofit Partner Interviews) July 14-17 2018.
  7. Review and decide on nonprofit partner offers.
  8. Move into one of the PULSE houses and start your year with PULSE.

The program runs August 25, 2018 – August 4, 2019.