Thursday, September 18, 2014

Fall 2014 Workshops for Freshman through Graduate Students


Career and Internship Center Workshops are quick 1 hour long (30 minutes instruction, 30 minutes Q&A) sessions taught by Greene Center staff. Their goal is to deliver information in a group setting, allowing for more targeted advice during your future one-on-one appointments with a counselor. They're a great starting point, whether you are a freshman just getting started, a senior applying to graduate school, or a graduate student preparing for an interview. Please check the online schedule at www.rochester.edu/careercenter for the most up-to-date times, all workshops are held in the Career and Internship Center at 4-200 Dewey Hall. 

The Basics Workshops


Introduction to Career And Internship Center Workshop
Overviews Greene Center strategies, resources and more, including online sites and Ten Steps to internship, research, graduate school, and post-commencement success. Getting started session for all, especially freshmen and sophomores.
                   9/23 @ 2pm
                   10/31 @ 2pm
                   12/5 @ 2pm
                   9/25 @ 4pm
                   11/7 @ 4pm
                   12/9 @ 4pm
                   10/2 @ 6pm
                   11/12 @ 6pm
                   12/12 @ 2pm
                   10/9 @ 2pm
                   12/2 @ 2pm
                   12/15 @ 4pm

Resume, Cover Letter, Networking Note Workshop
Offers insights required to create targeted resumes, cover letters, and networking notes that focus on academic, experiential, co-curricular and project based evidence you are qualified for field, function, and firm goals. Be prepared to create drafts ready to be critiqued by one of our counseling professionals or Peer Career Advisors.
                   9/19 @ 2pm
                   10/29 @ 6pm
                   12/4 @ 6pm
                   9/23 @ 4pm
                   11/4 @ 2pm
                   12/8 @ 2pm
                   10/1 @ 4pm
                   11/11 @ 4pm
                   12/11 @ 6pm
                   10/20 @ 4pm
                   12/2 @ 4pm
                  
Internships and Research Strategies and Resources Workshop
Outlines steps to clarify and express goals; then attain academic year or summer internships, research experience, or admissions to special programs. Strategies associated with Ten Steps and Five P's (postings, places, people, programs and projects) will be presented and online and other resources for goal exploration, network, and locating postings and programs detailed.
                   9/29 @ 4pm
                   11/5 @ 6pm
                   11/24 @ 2pm
                   10/10 @ 4pm
                   11/13 @ 4pm
                   12/3 @ 2pm
                   10/27 @ 4pm
                   11/17 @ 4 pm
                   12/10 @ 2pm
Interviewing for Internships, Graduate School and Career Options
Teaches pre-interview preparation and post-interview implementation; worksheet, use your resume and cover letter during the interview, the power of role-play interviews, and how to follow up.

                   10/3 @ 4pm
                   11/6 @ 6pm
                   12/4 @ 2pm
                   10/24 @ 4pm
                   11/18 @ 2pm
                   12/11 @ 4pm

Graduate School Workshops
Presents basic steps to graduate school admissions success, including resumes, CVs, statements, essays, and projet abstracts; resources to use; target time frames, and how networking with faculty and others.
Graduate School Application Process 
                  9/22 @ 2pm
                   10/23 @ 4pm
                   12/3 @ 4pm
Resumes and CVs for Graduate School Applications
                9/30 @ 4pm
                    11/6 @ 4pm
                     12/3 @ 4pm

Getting Started with Graduate School Statements
                 10/17 @ 2pm
                 11/20 @ 2pm
                  12/8 @ 4pm

 Event Specific Workshops

How to Work a Career Fair
Offers strategic and behavioral tips on how to achieve success at our on-campus Fall Career Fair and similar events.
Thursday 10/2 @ 4pm                       OR                       Monday 10/6 @ 2pm
Networking 101
Get prepared for Meliora Weekend Networking events with our Assistant Director for Alumni and Parent Programs Michelle Marks-Hook. Conversation starters, how to introduce yourself and/or break into a conversation, and following up will all be covered.
10/15 @ 3pm                       OR                       10/16 @ 4pm
CIC and ETCIC Workshops
Prepares for January Career and Internship Connection events in NYC, Boston, DC, and LA and Engineering and Technical Career and Internship Connection in NYC and Boston. Addresses resume and cover letter submission, logistics and pre-screened interviews.

All about the ET CICs (Engineering and Technical)
9/18 @ 4pm                       OR                       9/22 @ 4pm
Applying to the January Career and Internship Connections (CICs)
11/14 @ 2pm                       OR                       11/18 @ 4pm
Event and Interview Prep for the Career and Internship Connections
                   12/10 @ 4pm
                     12/11 @ 2pm
                     12/15 @ 2pm


Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Fall 2014 Career & Internship Day 10/8/14

For a current list of employers, click here or log into your CareerLink account and the list will be on the right hand side.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Health Professions Fall Workshops, Info Sessions and Admissions Events

Health  Professions  Seminar  Series  

Health  Professions  Planning  &  Portfolio  101  
Dewey  4-­‐200:  9/4  @  2:00;  9/9  @  9:00  AM
Lattimore  203:  9/23,  10/7,  10/21,  11/4,  11/18  @  9:00  AM  

Beyond  Medicine:  Health  Professions  Careers  
9/3  @  2:00;  9/28  @  2:00

Gaining  Clinical  and  Research  Experience  for  the  Health  Professions  
9/18  @  2:00;  10/24  @  2:00  pm

Interviewing  for  Medical  School  &  Health  Professions  Grad  School  
9/5  @  2:00;  9/10  @  4:00;  9/15  @  4:00;  9/25  @  2:00;  10/10  @  2:00;  10/20  @  2:00;  10/30  @  4:00

Application  Timeline:  Are  you  the  best  candidate  you  can  be?  
11/7  @  2:00;  11/11  @  2:00;  11/13  @  9:00  AM;  11/20  @  4:00

Health  Professions Admissions  Panel  

Please join us for the 4th Annual Health Professions Admissions Panel
Saturday, September 27th, 11:30 AM-1:00 PM, Gowen Room, Wilson Commons

Representatives from several local health professions graduate programs will be here to speak about their programs, career fields, and what it takes to be a competitive applicant. These representatives will discuss programs including medical, dental, vet, nursing, pharmacy and physical and occupational therapy.

A light lunch will be provided. Please plan to arrive a few minutes early to check-in and grab a bite to eat. Space is limited! Register now through CareerLink.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Fall 2014 Career Boot Camp Line Up

Fall Line-up for Job, Internship and Networking Boot-camps!!


Ready to get started on your job or internship search? Want to get a great career "intensive" under your belt this fall in just four weeks? Need someone to whip you into career-ready shape??

If so, check out one of our Fall Semester Boot Camps!


Space is limited to only 10 students per section!


Boot camps are intensive, mini-courses designed to motivate you in your job search, lower stress by offering concrete strategies to help you reach your goals, and give you scheduled time each week to work on your future!

After four one-hour intense and selective sessions boot campers will express clearly defined field, function and firm goals; create one or two targeted resumes, networking notes and cover notes. Our teachers will help you identify a hit list of ten places or people to contact, and guide you through your first attempt. If you can manage all of that, we'll also discuss interviewing and next steps!

Full-Line Up

Engineering and Applied Sciences

Engineering and Applied Sciences Job Search Boot Camp Section 1
Meets Mondays 9/22, 9/29, 10/6 and 10/20 at 6pm
Section is limited to seniors and graduate students only.
To register email a copy of your current resume to burton.nadler@rochester.edu

Engineering and Applied Sciences Job Search Boot Camp Section 2
Meets Wednesdays 9/24, 10/1, 10/15 and 10/22 at 6pm

Section is limited to seniors and graduate students only.
To register email a copy of your current resume to laura.a.jones@rochester.edu


Engineering and Applied Sciences Internship Boot Camp Section 1
Meets Tuesdays 9/21, 10/7, 10/21 and 10/28 at 2pm
Section is open to all Hajim students seeking internships
To register email a copy of your current resume to ellen.cole@rochester.edu

Engineering and Applied Sciences Job Search Boot Camp Section 3
Meets Thursdays 10/9, 10/16, 10/23, and 10/30 at 6pm
Section is limited to seniors and graduate students only.
To register email a copy of your current resume to burton.nadler@rochester.edu

Engineering and Applied Sciences Internship Boot Camp Section 2
Meets Wednesdays 10/21, 11/5, 11/12 and 11/19 at 4pm
Section is open to all Hajim students seeking internships
To register email a copy of your current resume to laura.a.jones@rochester.edu


 

Networking - Basics to Expert

Networking Boot Camps are three-weeks long and open to all class years and majors
Section 1 - Meets Thursdays 10/2, 10/9 and 10/16 at 2pm
Section 2 - Meets Tuesdays 10/21, 10/28 and 11/4 at 4pm
Section 3 - Meets Wednesdays 11/5, 11/12 and 11/19 at 2pm
To register for a section please email michelle.marks-hook@rochester.edu with the section you are interested in attending.

 

Finance, Banking and Consulting

Investment Banking Internship Boot Camp
Meets Wednesdays 10/1, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29 at 2pm
Section is open to Juniors ONLY
To register email a copy of your current resume to jwren@ur.rochester.edu

 

Education, Human Services and Nonprofits

Education, Human Services and Nonprofits Senior Boot Camp
Meets Thursdays 10/23, 10/30, 11/6 and 11/13 at 2pm
Section is open to Seniors
To register, email a copy of your current resume to amber.graham@rochester.edu

 

Business, Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations

Business, Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations Boot Camp
Meets Mondays 10/27, 11/3, 11/10 and 11/17 at 2pm
Section is open to Juniors and Seniors
To register, email a copy of your current resume to dleyburn@ur.rochester.edu


Thursday, September 11, 2014

Fall 2014 ETCIC events in NYC and Boston


Looking for a job or internship in 
engineering, computer science or IT?

Career fairs in the morning, interviews in the afternoon!

New York City: Friday, Oct. 24th
AMA Conference Center, New York, NY

Boston: Monday, Oct. 27th
Boston Common Hotel & Conference Center, Boston, MA

Attend these special off-campus recruiting events in New York and Boston this fall! The event format features both a career fair AND face-to-face interviews, with employers seeking candidates in a variety of technical disciplines, both undergraduate and graduate.

A limited number of travel stipends are available for undergraduate Hajim students, courtesy of the Dean of the Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Watch your email for more information.

THE DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR INTERVIEWS IS 
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th!

Get started at www.tinyurl.com/ETCIC14

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Simon Speed Networking




Registration  is now Open!

Is business school right for you?  Join us for a Speed Networking event on October 1,2014 to learn more about our MS and MBA programs, and how a graduate business degree can help you reach your career goals.  Appointments will last 15 minutes, and will entail meeting with Admissions staff, Student Services, Career Management staff, and current Simon Students.  Learn more and register by visiting www.simon.rochester.edu/speed-networking

Simon Early Leaders Case Competition




Registration is now OPEN, $40.00 non-refundable fee to participate
Final Registration deadline is Monday, October 13, 2014.
Learn more and register by visiting www.simon.rochester.edu/elcc 

Simon Business School's Early Leaders Case Competition brings together current students from various undergraduate institutions to compete in a case competition designed to simulate decisions faced by business leaders across the globe.  The competition affords an opportunity to put your skills to the test and demonstrate your potential before a panel of judges.  Teams compete for $10,000 in cash prizes, with awards for first, second, and third-place teams.