News & Updates

This Week’s News from Career Education 7/16/2020

Gators! Despite this unforeseen time, we hope that you are having a safe and successful summer as you navigate your personal and professional development experiences. Please know that our office continues to be a proactive resource for students, recent graduates, and alumni to actively tap into. Below you will find information regarding our most recent opportunities for Gators to utilize towards their career development and overall pathway. To consistently stay up to date about our career news, follow us on social media! You can also contact us at career@allegheny.edu.

Also, if you have any questions or concerns about our fall return to campus, you can refer to President Link’s “Return to Campus” email that was sent to students and their families on July 1.

 Virtual Meetings with a Career Counselor!

The global pandemic may have sent us home but it didn’t shut us down.  We in the Gateway are here for you as you continue to remotely search for opportunities and resources to assist you in your experiential learning (jobs/internships/grad schools etc.).  Please use this form to let us know if you would like to virtually meet with a Career Coach.  We’ll check responses throughout the day, Monday through Friday, and will respond within one business day with an invitation to meet.  We look forward to meeting with you!

Career Education Pop-Ins on Wednesdays throughout Summer 2020!

Join the Gateway/Career Education Career Coaches, Kristin, Autumn, and Jim on Wednesdays over the noon hour(ET) during the summer.  These pop-ins will provide opportunities for YOU to stay connected/get connected with a Career Coach! Join the Career Education team for an injection of energy, enthusiasm, and insight into your summer. Learn about your career development resources and connect with the coaches who can help you make the most of them. Please pop in on Wednesdays (ET) via: 

Google Meet:  meet.google.com/ogi-cnoz-kfd 

Or

Join by phone: (US) +1 401-321-2902‬ PIN: ‪956 412 823‬#

Instagram Live interviews: Navigating the Turbulent Job Market!

The Class of 2020 launched into a turbulent job market in the midst of a global pandemic and nearly unprecedented levels of unemployment.  We’ve partnered with dynamic alumni to offer their advice and insights to support our recent graduates and current students as you navigate this market.  Join us on Instagram Live on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays until July 24 at noon as alumni tackle finding a job, exercising mental health care and keeping relevant, and finding those organizations that truly value diversity, access, and inclusion.

Activate Your Handshake Account

Hey Allegheny!  Where else will you find 1000+ employers who want to hire YOU, over 10% of which are connected to you through our engaged alumni network?  Current students and 2020 graduates, YOU have an account waiting for you at allegheny.edu/handshake.  To make things even easier, Handshake has a user-friendly mobile app! Simply download from the app store, log-in, and start searching, You can even apply instantly right from your phone!

Remember, Career Education is here to support all of your job and internship search, application, and interviewing needs. We are trained to support students throughout their entire career journey!

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This Week’s News From Career Education 12/03/19

Gators, we hope that you have a great rest of your semester!

We would like to remind you all to come into the office early in the Spring semester to work on material for Summer applications.

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS INTERESTED IN TEACH FOR AMERICA!

Need a donut, bagel, and/or coffee while you apply for TFA’s upcoming deadline? Join TFA Ambassador Katelyn Perroz this Thursday, Dec. 5, from 9 AM – 12 PM in the CC 301/302 for an “Apply Brunch!”

During this time Katelyn will be providing a low-key, supportive space for applicants to learn more about how they can strengthen their candidacy, including that of their resume. Counselors from Career Education will also be present in supporting students as they prepare their application materials, or to answer career questions in general.

Be among the most diverse, remarkable leaders of your generation. By joining Teach For America, you will join a powerful network of over 60,000 changemakers shaping the political, economic, and social future of our country. As a corps member, you’ll leverage your unique talents to grow your impact while living your most deeply held values. Learn more and apply to the 2020 corps by Wednesday, December 6. All majors accepted. Full salary and benefits.

If you have any questions, please contact TFA Ambassador Katelyn Perroz  perrozk@allegheny.edu or career education at career@allegheny.edu

Carnegie Mellon University: Masters of Software Engineering Programs

This year, CMU is offering one track in scalable, data-intensive and intelligent systems, called the MSE-SS, and another track in embedded systems and Internet-of-Things (IoT), called the MSE-ES. Both programs building on our 30-year history of delivering professional software engineering programs. Two hallmarks of these programs are the professionally mentored projects and summer industry internships.

Applications can be submitted online through December 12. Students are encouraged to visit our website and those with questions, or who would just like to talk further about the MSE programs, can contact me directly at breaux@cs.cmu.edu.

Applications submitted to:
https://mse.isri.cmu.edu/applicants/apply.html

Learn More @:
https://mse.isri.cmu.edu/applicants/index.html

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

The Davies Program Is Hiring!

Become a Davies Leader and participate in a wide variety of project areas – these are paid positions. Davies Leaders work 8 to 10 hours a week of compensated service with a local agency completing a site-specific project to enhance both student and agency goals. The Davies Program is looking for students who are good communicators, driven, and most importantly, passionate. This is a work-study/campus employment job and looks great on your resume.

If you are interested in hearing more about the projects or to apply, please contact Bethany Cocchi (bcocchi@allegheny.edu). This program is part of the Civic Engagement office located in the Allegheny Gateway.

Internships with Catalent

The world’s #1 drug development, delivery and supply partner for drugs, biologics, and consumer health products is looking to empower and hire Gators for internship and career opportunities! Catalent offers, in addition to internships, exciting graduate rotational (fast track) programs that expose future leaders to several functions at several sites over two years before placing them in their first official role.

Eligibility: Rising Sophomores and graduate students
students majoring in biochemistry, biology, business, chemistry, economics, global health studies, integrative informatics, math, and neuroscience

Stop in to Career Education for more information.

Penn Environment Job Openings

Penn Environment is looking for people who are ready to commit their time, skills and passion to political action on behalf of the environment. Entry-level and experienced positions available.

Learn more or apply: http://pennenvironment.org/page/pae/jobs

Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Job

The associate will assist with social media strategy and content; website updates; coordination and outreach to strategic partners; news tracking; cultivating and stewarding volunteers and donors, and other responsibilities as needed. Candidates should have strong written and verbal communication skills along with a relevant background in marketing, development, and natural resource conservation or environmental science. Prior communications education or experience is preferred. This is a part-time work from home position. Work schedule is flexible averaging 10-15 hours per week and up to 20 hours during peak time frames; weekdays and some weekends. Stipend: commensurate with experience

Application Deadline: If you are ready to join our team and work to conserve Pennsylvania’s natural heritage, please submit a cover letter, resume, three references, and a writing sample to michele@pamasternaturalist.org.

**PA Master Naturalist is hiring for this position immediately and applications will be considered until the position is filled.**

Job Opportunities

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

This Week’s News From Career Education 11/25/19

Nothing this week , Gators.

Happy Holidays from Career Education!

No events this week, Gators!

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

The Davies Program Is Hiring!

Become a Davies Leader and participate in a wide variety of project areas – these are paid positions. Davies Leaders work 8 to 10 hours a week of compensated service with a local agency completing a site-specific project to enhance both student and agency goals. The Davies Program is looking for students who are good communicators, driven, and most importantly, passionate. This is a work-study/campus employment job and looks great on your resume.

If you are interested in hearing more about the projects or to apply, please contact Bethany Cocchi (bcocchi@allegheny.edu). This program is part of the Civic Engagement office located in the Allegheny Gateway.

Internships with Catalent

The world’s #1 drug development, delivery and supply partner for drugs, biologics, and consumer health products is looking to empower and hire Gators for internship and career opportunities! Catalent offers, in addition to internships, exciting graduate rotational (fast track) programs that expose future leaders to several functions at several sites over two years before placing them in their first official role.

Eligibility: Rising Sophomores and graduate students
students majoring in biochemistry, biology, business, chemistry, economics, global health studies, integrative informatics, math, and neuroscience

Stop in to Career Education for more information.

Penn Environment Job Openings

Penn Environment is looking for people who are ready to commit their time, skills and passion to political action on behalf of the environment. Entry-level and experienced positions available.

Learn more or apply: http://pennenvironment.org/page/pae/jobs

Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Job

The associate will assist with social media strategy and content; website updates; coordination and outreach to strategic partners; news tracking; cultivating and stewarding volunteers and donors, and other responsibilities as needed. Candidates should have strong written and verbal communication skills along with a relevant background in marketing, development, and natural resource conservation or environmental science. Prior communications education or experience is preferred. This is a part-time work from home position. Work schedule is flexible averaging 10-15 hours per week and up to 20 hours during peak time frames; weekdays and some weekends. Stipend: commensurate with experience

Application Deadline: If you are ready to join our team and work to conserve Pennsylvania’s natural heritage, please submit a cover letter, resume, three references, and a writing sample to michele@pamasternaturalist.org.

**PA Master Naturalist is hiring for this position immediately and applications will be considered until the position is filled.**

Job Opportunities

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

This Week’s News from Career Education 11/18/19

Nothing this week , Gators.

No events this week, Gators!

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

The Davies Program Is Hiring!

Become a Davies Leader and participate in a wide variety of project areas – these are paid positions. Davies Leaders work 8 to 10 hours a week of compensated service with a local agency completing a site-specific project to enhance both student and agency goals. The Davies Program is looking for students who are good communicators, driven, and most importantly, passionate. This is a work-study/campus employment job and looks great on your resume.

If you are interested in hearing more about the projects or to apply, please contact Bethany Cocchi (bcocchi@allegheny.edu). This program is part of the Civic Engagement office located in the Allegheny Gateway.

Internships with Catalent

The world’s #1 drug development, delivery and supply partner for drugs, biologics, and consumer health products is looking to empower and hire Gators for internship and career opportunities! Catalent offers, in addition to internships, exciting graduate rotational (fast track) programs that expose future leaders to several functions at several sites over two years before placing them in their first official role.

Eligibility: Rising Sophomores and graduate students
students majoring in biochemistry, biology, business, chemistry, economics, global health studies, integrative informatics, math, and neuroscience

Stop in to Career Education for more information.

Penn Environment Job Openings

Penn Environment is looking for people who are ready to commit their time, skills and passion to political action on behalf of the environment. Entry-level and experienced positions available.

Learn more or apply: http://pennenvironment.org/page/pae/jobs

Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Job

The associate will assist with social media strategy and content; website updates; coordination and outreach to strategic partners; news tracking; cultivating and stewarding volunteers and donors, and other responsibilities as needed. Candidates should have strong written and verbal communication skills along with a relevant background in marketing, development, and natural resource conservation or environmental science. Prior communications education or experience is preferred. This is a part-time work from home position. Work schedule is flexible averaging 10-15 hours per week and up to 20 hours during peak time frames; weekdays and some weekends. Stipend: commensurate with experience

Application Deadline: If you are ready to join our team and work to conserve Pennsylvania’s natural heritage, please submit a cover letter, resume, three references, and a writing sample to michele@pamasternaturalist.org.

**PA Master Naturalist is hiring for this position immediately and applications will be considered until the position is filled.**

Job Opportunities

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

This Week’s News from Career Education 11/04/19

U.S. Marine Corp Tabling for today is canceled.

Resume Doctors

When: Wednesday, November 6 | 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Join us for the last Resume Doctors of the semester to give your resume a check up!

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

The Davies Program Is Hiring!

Become a Davies Leader and participate in a wide variety of project areas – these are paid positions. Davies Leaders work 8 to 10 hours a week of compensated service with a local agency completing a site-specific project to enhance both student and agency goals. The Davies Program is looking for students who are good communicators, driven, and most importantly, passionate. This is a work-study/campus employment job and looks great on your resume.

If you are interested in hearing more about the projects or to apply, please contact Bethany Cocchi (bcocchi@allegheny.edu). This program is part of the Civic Engagement office located in the Allegheny Gateway.

Internships with Catalent

The world’s #1 drug development, delivery and supply partner for drugs, biologics, and consumer health products is looking to empower and hire Gators for internship and career opportunities! Catalent offers, in addition to internships, exciting graduate rotational (fast track) programs that expose future leaders to several functions at several sites over two years before placing them in their first official role.

Eligibility: Rising Sophomores and graduate students
students majoring in biochemistry, biology, business, chemistry, economics, global health studies, integrative informatics, math, and neuroscience

Stop in to Career Education for more information.

Penn Environment Job Openings

Penn Environment is looking for people who are ready to commit their time, skills and passion to political action on behalf of the environment. Entry-level and experienced positions available.

Learn more or apply: http://pennenvironment.org/page/pae/jobs

Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Job

The associate will assist with social media strategy and content; website updates; coordination and outreach to strategic partners; news tracking; cultivating and stewarding volunteers and donors, and other responsibilities as needed. Candidates should have strong written and verbal communication skills along with a relevant background in marketing, development, and natural resource conservation or environmental science. Prior communications education or experience is preferred. This is a part-time work from home position. Work schedule is flexible averaging 10-15 hours per week and up to 20 hours during peak time frames; weekdays and some weekends. Stipend: commensurate with experience

Application Deadline: If you are ready to join our team and work to conserve Pennsylvania’s natural heritage, please submit a cover letter, resume, three references, and a writing sample to michele@pamasternaturalist.org.

**PA Master Naturalist is hiring for this position immediately and applications will be considered until the position is filled.**

Job Opportunities

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

This Week’s News from Career Education 10/29/2019

U.S. Marine Corp Tabling

When: Tuesday, November 5 | 11:30AM-1:30PM

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Tabling to promote officer programs.

Resume Doctors

When: Wednesday, November 6 | 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Join us for the last Resume Doctors of the semester to give your resume a check up!

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

The Davies Program Is Hiring!

Become a Davies Leader and participate in a wide variety of project areas – these are paid positions. Davies Leaders work 8 to 10 hours a week of compensated service with a local agency completing a site-specific project to enhance both student and agency goals. The Davies Program is looking for students who are good communicators, driven, and most importantly, passionate. This is a work-study/campus employment job and looks great on your resume.

If you are interested in hearing more about the projects or to apply, please contact Bethany Cocchi (bcocchi@allegheny.edu). This program is part of the Civic Engagement office located in the Allegheny Gateway.

Internships with Catalent

The world’s #1 drug development, delivery and supply partner for drugs, biologics, and consumer health products is looking to empower and hire Gators for internship and career opportunities! Catalent offers, in addition to internships, exciting graduate rotational (fast track) programs that expose future leaders to several functions at several sites over two years before placing them in their first official role.

Eligibility: Rising Sophomores and graduate students
students majoring in biochemistry, biology, business, chemistry, economics, global health studies, integrative informatics, math, and neuroscience

Stop in to Career Education for more information.

Internships with Hefren Tilotson

Hefren Tillotson’s internship aids students in learning the specific functions of various positions within the finance industry. They accomplish this by positioning students in support roles assisting Financial Assistants who support our Financial Advisors.
The depth of the experience lies in the hands of the student; the more you ask, the more you will learn.
*We place interns in each of our locations; Butler, Wexford, Pittsburgh, Southpointe, and Greensburg.

Eligibility: Juniors
Application Deadline: ***4:00 pm on Monday, November 4, 2019***
**Interviews take place on Friday, November 15, 2019**

Students should address cover letters to:
Ms. Alexis Martin
Human Resources Specialist
Hefren Tillotson
650 Smithfield Street, Suite 1690
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Stop by Career Education for more details!

Penn Environment Job Openings

Penn Environment is looking for people who are ready to commit their time, skills and passion to political action on behalf of the environment. Entry-level and experienced positions available.

Learn more or apply: http://pennenvironment.org/page/pae/jobs

Senator Casey Internship

“Internships in congressional offices like ours can act as valuable supplements to a student’s academic curriculum. Interns in our offices receive a firsthand look at how policy is formed and implemented as well as how Senate offices assist and connect with constituents.”

Eligibility: Preference to individuals with a PA background.

Application Deadline: Spring 2020 Session: Nov 1 Application Deadline, begins Jan. 8

Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Job

The associate will assist with social media strategy and content; website updates; coordination and outreach to strategic partners; news tracking; cultivating and stewarding volunteers and donors, and other responsibilities as needed. Candidates should have strong written and verbal communication skills along with a relevant background in marketing, development, and natural resource conservation or environmental science. Prior communications education or experience is preferred. This is a part-time work from home position. Work schedule is flexible averaging 10-15 hours per week and up to 20 hours during peak time frames; weekdays and some weekends. Stipend: commensurate with experience

Application Deadline: If you are ready to join our team and work to conserve Pennsylvania’s natural heritage, please submit a cover letter, resume, three references, and a writing sample to michele@pamasternaturalist.org.

**PA Master Naturalist is hiring for this position immediately and applications will be considered until the position is filled.**

Job Opportunities

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

This Week’s News From Career Education 10/21/19

U.S. Marine Corp Tabling

When: Tuesday, November 5 | 11:30AM-1:30PM

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Tabling to promote officer programs.

College Connector Days

When: UPMC – Friday, October 25, 2019 1 – 4 PM

Where: Located in Hermitage PA,

What: College Connector Days is a program promoting collaboration between the regional colleges that turn out over 5000 graduates annually and the local businesses in the Mercer, Lawrence, Venango, Mahoning, Trumbull, and surrounding counties eager to hire our regional students. It is a great way for students attending our superb regional Universities to connect, communicate and collaborate with local businesses to understand the employment needs in the professional ranks of their organizations.

Allegheny Career Education will provide transportation to the first nine (9) students who sign up – check with Rhonda to verify the size of the van. We’ll need to subtract two of the available seats to accommodate Gateway representatives.

Gator Day Eve Special Event

Monday, October 28 | 7:00 PM

The Great Mexican-American Migration | Quigley Auditorium 

Alfredo Corchado has covered Mexico for many years, and is currently the Mexico City bureau chief of The Dallas Morning News. He specializes in covering the drug wars and the U.S.-Mexico border, writing stories on topics such as drug cartels and organized crime, corruption among police and government officials, and the spread of drug cartels into U.S. cities. He writes that, “The border is not just a geographical place, but a mindset. It’s not a no-man’s land overrun by criminals in need of a wall to separate us from them. For millions it’s a dynamic, vibrant place surrounded by some of the safest communities anywhere; it’s also a piñata for politicians. Whether from the standpoint of demographics or economic integration, the border is a peek into an ominous future.”

Gator Day Events

October 29, 2019 Session 1 | 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Q&A with Journalist Alfredo Corchado | Pelletier Collaboratory (Room 310)

Join award winning journalist (Dallas Morning News) and author Alfredo Corchado in a discussion of migration in general and specifically as it relates to the great Mexican-American migration.

October 29, 2019 Session 2 | 1:30 pm – 2:45 pm

Your Mother May Never Know What Happened to You | Pelletier Collaboratory (Room 310)

Join award winning investigative journalist Alfredo Corchado for a workshop on honing your journalism skills.  Alfredo will trace his career and offer insights into possible career trajectories for aspiring journalists.

For a full Gator Day schedule visit: https://sites.allegheny.edu/gatordays/#

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

The Davies Program Is Hiring!

Become a Davies Leader and participate in a wide variety of project areas – these are paid positions. Davies Leaders work 8 to 10 hours a week of compensated service with a local agency completing a site-specific project to enhance both student and agency goals. The Davies Program is looking for students who are good communicators, driven, and most importantly, passionate. This is a work-study/campus employment job and looks great on your resume.

If you are interested in hearing more about the projects or to apply, please contact Bethany Cocchi (bcocchi@allegheny.edu). This program is part of the Civic Engagement office located in the Allegheny Gateway.

Internships with Catalent

The world’s #1 drug development, delivery and supply partner for drugs, biologics, and consumer health products is looking to empower and hire Gators for internship and career opportunities! Catalent offers, in addition to internships, exciting graduate rotational (fast track) programs that expose future leaders to several functions at several sites over two years before placing them in their first official role.

Eligibility: Rising Sophomores and graduate students
students majoring in biochemistry, biology, business, chemistry, economics, global health studies, integrative informatics, math, and neuroscience

Stop in to Career Education for more information.

Internships with Hefren Tilotson

Hefren Tillotson’s internship aids students in learning the specific functions of various positions within the finance industry. They accomplish this by positioning students in support roles assisting Financial Assistants who support our Financial Advisors.
The depth of the experience lies in the hands of the student; the more you ask, the more you will learn.
*We place interns in each of our locations; Butler, Wexford, Pittsburgh, Southpointe, and Greensburg.

Eligibility: Juniors
Application Deadline: ***4:00 pm on Monday, November 4, 2019***
**Interviews take place on Friday, November 15, 2019**

Students should address cover letters to:
Ms. Alexis Martin
Human Resources Specialist
Hefren Tillotson
650 Smithfield Street, Suite 1690
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Stop by Career Education for more details!

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

This Week’s News From Career Education 10/14/19

Business Law & Ethics: The Spirit and the Letter

When: Thursday, October 17 | 12:15PM-1:15PM

Where: Quigley Auditorium

What: Michael R. Young (’78), Partner at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, and Allegheny Trustee, will be on campus to share information about his legal career.

Lunch will be provided.

This event is hosted by the Center for Business & Economics in partnership with Law & Policy.

U.S. Marine Corp Tabling

When: Tuesday, November 5 | 11:30AM-1:30PM

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Tabling to promote officer programs.

College Connector Days

When:

FNB – Thursday, October 17, 2019 1 – 4 PM

UPMC – Friday, October 25, 2019 1 – 4 PM

Where: Located in Hermitage PA,

What: College Connector Days is a program promoting collaboration between the regional colleges that turn out over 5000 graduates annually and the local businesses in the Mercer, Lawrence, Venango, Mahoning, Trumbull, and surrounding counties eager to hire our regional students. It is a great way for students attending our superb regional Universities to connect, communicate and collaborate with local businesses to understand the employment needs in the professional ranks of their organizations.

Allegheny Career Education will provide transportation to the first nine (9) students who sign up – check with Rhonda to verify the size of the van. We’ll need to subtract two of the available seats to accommodate Gateway representatives.

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

 

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

This Week’s News from Career Education 10/07/19

U.S. Marine Corp Tabling

When: Thursday, October 10 AND  Tuesday, November 5 | 11:30AM-1:30PM

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Tabling to promote officer programs.

College Connector Days

When:

FNB – Thursday, October 17, 2019 1 – 4 PM

UPMC – Friday, October 25, 2019 1 – 4 PM

Where: Located in Hermitage PA,

What: College Connector Days is a program promoting collaboration between the regional colleges that turn out over 5000 graduates annually and the local businesses in the Mercer, Lawrence, Venango, Mahoning, Trumbull, and surrounding counties eager to hire our regional students. It is a great way for students attending our superb regional Universities to connect, communicate and collaborate with local businesses to understand the employment needs in the professional ranks of their organizations.

Allegheny Career Education will provide transportation to the first nine (9) students who sign up – check with Rhonda to verify the size of the van. We’ll need to subtract two of the available seats to accommodate Gateway representatives.

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

WestPACS Jobs and Internships Fair

When: Wednesday, October 9th | 10AM-2PM

Where: Monroeville, PA

What: Nearly 200 employers will be in attendance to connect with students, providing them on the site opportunities to build employer relations, submit their resume for review, or simply learn about the various career paths afforded to them.

The Davies Program Is Hiring!

Become a Davies Leader and participate in a wide variety of project areas – these are paid positions. Davies Leaders work 8 to 10 hours a week of compensated service with a local agency completing a site-specific project to enhance both student and agency goals. The Davies Program is looking for students who are good communicators, driven, and most importantly, passionate. This is a work-study/campus employment job and looks great on your resume.

If you are interested in hearing more about the projects or to apply, please contact Bethany Cocchi (bcocchi@allegheny.edu). This program is part of the Civic Engagement office located in the Allegheny Gateway.
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This Week’s News from Career Education 09/16/19

Teach for America

Teach for America will have a representative on campus to introduce TFA to Allegheny College students and to recruit applicants. Tabling will be on September 24 from 11:30 AM-1:30 PM in the Campus Center. If you’d like to discuss options sooner, look for the TFA rep in the CC on September 23 with her TFA gear on!

Northeast Virtual Graduate School Fair

Connecting with career service professionals is an important part of helping students find opportunities in graduate education. This event enables students interested in going to graduate school in the Northeast to chat with over 40 colleges and universities in a convenient virtual fair. This year, the virtual fair is scheduled for Wednesday, October 2nd from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. The event is online and is free to all students. It is a great opportunity to talk with school representatives from schools throughout New England and New York. This year, there will be a chat program covering common topics/questions students have about applying to graduate school, which may include topics such as how to write a strong essay, or who to ask for recommendations.
Use the following link to find this event:
 https://www.careereco.com/events/negrad

U.S. Census Bureau Tabling

The U.S. Census Bureau will be on campus to recruit for a variety of 2020 census positions on Wednesday, September 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Campus Center lobby.

Capital University: Ways to Reduce Debt in Law School with alumna Jason Owen

When: Monday, September 30 | 4PM

Where: Pelletier Collaboratory | Room 310

What: Jason Owen, Allegheny alumnus and Interim Director of JD Admission at Capital Law School, will be on campus to discuss ways to diminish law school spending to reduce student debt. He will also cover financing options at Capital University.

Resume Doctor

When: Tuesday, October 1 | 11:30AM-1:30PM

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Bring a copy of your resume to get a check up!

Study Away & Internship Semester Experience

What: At the Philadelphia Center you can explore your post-graduate interests with a faculty guided internship experience with over 800 companies and organizations. The Philadelphia Center is an Allegheny sponsored study away program, so you will have little additional cost from your usual semester costs at Allegheny. You will also add the Philadelphia Center alumni network to your Allegheny network and have a great experience in the City of Brotherly Love.  This is a great program for students who want to explore a particular interest and gain experience, as well as for international students. Contact Lucinda Morgan, Director, International Education, lmorgan@allegheny.edu, (814) 332-4891.  

WestPACS Jobs and Internships Fair

When: Wednesday, October 9th | 10AM-2PM

Where: Campus Center Lobby

What: Nearly 200 employers will be in attendance to connect with students, providing them on the site opportunities to build employer relations, submit their resume for review, or simply learn about the various career paths afforded to them.

Students who will need transportation to the fair will need to sign up by 4 PM on Friday, October 4. Students can register to attend the fair for free if they sign up before midnight on Wednesday, October 6. $10 to reserve/ $5 return if they show up; Will need to sign up and pay at Career Education office.

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