Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Etiquette Dinner on Wednesday, April 8th


 
The Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center and the 2016 Class Council will be hosting an Etiquette Dinner on Wednesday, April 8 at 6:30pm in the Grand Ballroom of the Meliora Restaurant and we are inviting all UR students to join us.  Our guest speaker, Kathleen Powell will present the rules of dining etiquette while students enjoy a five-course meal.  Tickets are $12.00 per person and are available at the Common Market.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Envisage Info Session 3/27



Information Session
Friday, March 27
12:00-1:00 pm
4-200 Dewey Hall

Recruiters from Envisage (www.envisagesystems.com), an Ithaca-based software development company focusing on retirement solutions, will be hosting a virtual information session at noon on Friday, March 27th in the Career Center Conference Room, 4-200 Dewey Hall.

AJ DeDio, Envisage Talent Acquisition Specialist and his team will describe the company culture and hiring needs in a brief presentation and then take questions.

The company is interested in talking with candidates going for graduate degrees in Business and Technical Entrepreneurship as well as those working on undergraduate degrees in computer science and related areas. A light lunch is included.

Monday, March 23, 2015

General Motors Information Session 3/25

Information session with GM 
Wednesday, March 25th
5:00-6:00 pm
Goergen 109

SEEKING CANDIDATES FOR OPEN POSITIONS!
  • Manufacturing
    • Supervision
  • Engineering
    • Mechanical, Electri-cal (Controls), Quality & Industrial
  • Supply Chain Coordinators
  •  Database
    • Developers

CHECK OUT ADVANCED MANUFAC-TURING RIGHT HERE IN ROCHESTER!

  • A brief overview of the technologies offered at the Rochester Operations site will be provided
  • Learn about a local employer who produces the complete fuel system for the world’s largest light truck engine program; fea-turing state of the art direct injection technologies for the automotive industry!


REPS ON SITE

  • To provide first hand information on the open positions

Friday, March 20, 2015

Careers in Business Seminar 3/25




Interested in an internship or career in business?  Want to learn more about the UR Business major or minor and where it could lead?
Attend the CAREERS IN BUSINESS Workshop Wednesday, March 25thfrom 2-3pm in The Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center, 4thfloor of Dewey Hall
Hear from Hillary Tatar (Business Advisor) and Katie Ferruzza (Career Counselor) to…
  • Learn more about the B.S. and B.A. in Business and the courses we offer
  • Identify potential careers in business and where UR students have found success
  • Gain strategies to help you define your goals in this field
  • Discover resources we offer students and ways to utilize these in your internship or job search
RSVPs requested (although not required to attend) by emailing k.ferruzza@rochester.edu

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Health Care Group Management Training Program



For graduating seniors, the Patient Care Management Trainee program is an exciting and innovative Full-Time Rotational Program with three potential rotations.  1st:  gap-year program in dermatology, working alongside ten future physicians and in support of our nine physicians, 2nd:  directing patient care coordination as a site manager in one of our five care units, and providing managerial support for the gap-year program, and 3rd:  managing patient care operations with our leadership team.  You'll gain experience in each of our core competencies:  Dermatologic Patient Care, Medical Education, Health Care Systems Relations, Managed Care Accounts Payable, Medical Research and Innovation, and Practice Management.

This is an unparalleled opportunity to learn every facet of our operations as you develop leadership skills that will serve you the rest of your career.  Related graduate study is expected, which may lead to an MPH, MBA, or MHA degree.  The program also positions you for Manager opportunities at the completion of the program. This program is not for students interested in attending medical school, but rather students interested in investing in learning about middle management in the healthcare field. If you are interested in health care delivery, and getting hands-on professional experience, this program will prepare you.

To be considered for the program, here are some of the requirements we look for: 
  • Current seniors who will earn a Bachelor's degree in May 2015
  • An undergraduate degree from a highly respected university and will continue to develop strong existing relationships to recruit candidates from their alma matter
  • Maintaining an excellent and consistent academic record.
  • A commitment to helping others with consistency in Compassion, Intelligence, and Error-Avoidance.
  • Have strong communication, analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be able to relocate to East Central Massachusetts.
  • Derive satisfaction and Open to working in patient care environments.
  • We accept applications to the Patient Care Management Program during both Fall and Spring semesters.  


The application deadline is March 31, 2015. To apply, please mail or email a cover letter and resume directly to Dr. Kuchnir at: kuchnir@alum.mit.edu

Downtown Community Career Fair - March 27th 2015

Interested in employment or internships in Rochester?


List of participating companies includes:
Company Name
Company Website


  1. Conserve
  1. Concentrix
  1. DeCarolis Truck Rental
  1. Berry Plastic
  1. Rochester Regional Health System
  1. Center for Workforce Development
  1. Lowes Home Improvement
  1. Hammer Packaging
  1. LiDestri Food & Beverage
  1. Heritage Christian Services
  1. Verizon Wireless
  1. City of Rochester
  1. Lifetime Health Medical Group
  1. Genesee Regional Bank
  1. Cannon Industries, Inc.
  1. CP Rochester
  1. Villa of Hope
  1. Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
  1. Visiting Nurse Service
  1. KR Communications
  1. Christian Flooring
  1. HCR Home Care
  1. Rochester City School District
  1. Unither Pharm
  1. RBA Staffing
  1. Brunner International
  1. AXA Advisors
  1. Sutherland Global Services
  1. One Step Tree & Lawn Care
  1. CDS Monarch
  1. University of Rochester
  1. Epilepsy-Pralid Inc.
  1. Veterans Outreach Center Inc.
  1. United States Marine Corps Recruiting
  1. ER Associates
  1. Rochester Software Associates
  1. St. Johns
  1. Rochester Works
  1. Alcoa Fastening Systems & Rings
  1. Paychex
  1. The DiMarco Group
  1. YMCA of Greater Rochester
  1. Rochester Business Journal
  1. Remedy Intelligent Staffing
  1. Lake Beverage

If you require transportation to this event, buses are available. 
Please be at your bus stop at least 5 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

University of Rochester
Route 19 – S. Plymouth
Departure: Rush Rhees Library
Arrival: Transit Center
  • Depart 11:25am, arrive TC 11:53am
  • Depart 12:25pm, arrive TC 12:53pm
  • Depart 1:25pm, arrive TC 1:53pm
  • Depart 2:25pm, arrive TC 2:53pm
Route 19 – S. Plymouth
Departure: Transit Center Gate # 1
Arrival: Rush Rhees Library
  • Depart 1:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 1:27pm
  • Depart 2:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 2:27pm
  • Depart 3:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 3:27pm
  • Depart 4:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 4:27pm
  • Depart 4:25pm, arrive Rush Rhees 4:52pm
  • Depart 5:25pm, arrive Rush Rhees 5:52pm
Walking Directions from the RTS Transit Center to Blue Cross Arena (10 Minute Walk)

RTS Transit Center: 60 Saint Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14604
Head west on Mortimer St toward St Paul St
Turn left onto St Paul St
Turn right onto E Main St
Turn left onto Exchange Blvd
Destination will be on the left
Blue Cross Arena: 100 Exchange Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14614

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

On-Campus Interviews - M&T Bank Management Development Program - Deadline March 24th

Looking to start a career in business, but not sure how to get your foot in the door? Have you considered a Management Development Program?

The M&T Management Development Program is open to ALL majors! They're looking for smart, organized leaders with great communication skills to begin their careers at M&T Bank!


M&T Bank will be conducting on-campus interviews for their Management Development Program (MDP) on March 30th. To be considered, please apply online in CareerLink by Tuesday March 24th.

M&T Bank is one of the best performing regional banks in the nation today. Established in 1856, we are one of the 20 largest US based commercial bank holding companies. M&T Bank has assets of $96.6, over 700 branches, and over 15,000 employees throughout new York, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Washington DC, Virginia, West Virginia, New Jersey, Florida, and Delaware. With a longstanding tradition of careful and consistent management, we’ve generated positive earnings and capital as we continue to grow with a focus on the future.

Management Development Program:
Since 1983, M&T’s Management Development Program (MDP) has been the entry point for undergraduate students looking to develop their professional skills.

What can you expect from the Management Development Program?
  • A year long program designed to develop your leadership skills
  • Direct-position-placement where you can immediately provide value
  • Intensive training in communication, leadership, and finance; enabling you to apply these skills in critical roles
  • Access to an instant peer group and networking opportunities to help you learn and grow within the bank
  • A bridge from college to career
Management Development Program Qualifications
  • Bachelor's (or MS/MBA) candidates with less than 1 year of full-time work experience
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Superior interpersonal skills & experience in making presentations
  • Strong analytical ability
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. on a full-time, permanent basis without additional sponsorship
 Learn more about the personal stories of MDP participants