Tech Wildcatters and Health Wildcatters are currently recruiting interns for the Fall 2014 semester. We have internships available in Operations, Marketing, Social Media, and Technology and would love to have your students participate. I’ve included a link to the internship postings below. Please feel free to share with your students, campus clubs, or directly recommend [...]
I’m excited to let you know that D Magazine Partners is now accepting intern applications for the fall semester. In the past, UTA has provided quality, hard-working interns that have been a wonderful addition to our program. I am hoping to continue that tradition this semester. D Magazine Partners prides itself on having an all-encombusing [...]
Greetings from the White House Internship Program,
We are writing to announce that the application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is open. We are reaching out to your organization to encourage you to pass this information to students interested in public service and hope that you can share these details along with the [...]
THE TASK: BUILD A LAPTOP-SIZE POWER INVERTER.
Google has $1 million with your name on it: All you have to do is prove you’re nothing short of an engineering god.
Partnering with the IEEE, Google is looking for anyone who can take a power inverter–which is described on Google’s blog as “a picnic cooler-sized device used to convert [...]
There’s some debate about how many seconds a recruiter spends looking over a resume, but we can all agree that it’s not a lot. With such limited time to get important information across, anything you can do to make your resume easier to skim could mean the difference between the forward or toss piles.
So, after you’ve [...]
Career services director at Harvard offers guidance for the Class of 2014
By Valerie Sutton
Director, Career Services Office, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Beginning the search for your first post-graduate job is a daunting process that tens of thousands of people face each year. In my experience, soon-to-be graduates’ most common question is simply, “where do I start?” [...]
Business school career centers have long prepared students for job interviews, but now they have a new platform to contend with. Enough companies now interview for jobs and internships over Skype that career offices have started to train business students in the art of conversing on video chat.
You’d think that digital natives could pull it [...]