Coming Soon…

Red_Coming_Soon_Stamp[1]The Fall 2014 semester is almost upon us, and we’ve got a lot of events planned!  Here’s are a few of things happening during August & September that you need to know about…mark your calendars!

* Are you a upperclassman in Accounting or Finance, or a Masters in Accountancy candidate?  Our Meet The Firms event is occurring on September 2nd, where you’ll get to meet several CPA firms, and other employers who recruit Accounting/Finance candidates.  Watch for RSVP information, and how to submit your resume to be a part of it.  (Several of these companies will also be conducting campus interviews in September.  Stay tuned!)

* Are you a student or alumnus considering going to graduate/professional school?  Our Graduate School Expo will be held on September 25th.  More than 50 schools from across the country are expected to attend!  Open to all students and alumni!

* Our new “STEM Showcase” is a career & internship event exclusively for our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) majors….coming September 18th!

For our full calendar of events, click here.

Register For CBU 200!

choose_wiselyCBU 200: Career Planning is designed to prepare students for a successful career. Topics will focus on self-assessment, career exploration & decision-making, job & graduate school preparation, and professionalism. Through this course, you will earn academic credit while completing necessary activities (such as job search skills, resume & cover letter development, and career exploration) to accomplish your career goals.

Class will be held on Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 to 1:50 during Fall 2014 (one credit hour).  There are only a few spots still available, so register for CBU 200 today!

Fall 2014 Calendar Of Events

calendar2Students, welcome back!  Career Services has a number of events scheduled this semester to assist you in all aspects of your career development.  Be sure to log in to your CBU CareerLinX account to RSVP for any of these events that you want to attend.

Meet The Firms:  For Juniors, Seniors, Masters Candidates & Recent Grads in Accounting & Finance
Tuesday, September 2nd
6:00-7:15 pm in Buckman 211 (Montesi)
This is your chance to meet one on one with representatives of more than a dozen organizations who heavily recruit students in Accounting & Finance areas.  If you wish to attend, RSVP through your CareerLinX account, AND submit a resume to Cathy Lantrip ( no later than this Wednesday, August 27th.  (Please submit a resume to Cathy even if you already have one in your CareerLinX file.)

Vector Marketing will have an information table outside Alfonso Dining Hall on Tuesday, September 2nd from 10:00 to 1:00, sharing information about available positions with their company.

pizza_and_pros_smallPizza & Professionals:  Shelby Farms
Thursday, September 4th – 12:30 to 1:30 pm, Buckman 112
Come learn about the organization, who they are, what they do, and about some of the positions they typical hire…and, enjoy free pizza!  What a deal!  RSVP by September 2nd.  Open to all interested students and majors.

FCC Forrest City will have an information table outside Alfonso Dining Hall on Tuesday, September 9th from 11:00 to 1:00, sharing information about available positions with their organization.

lightningCareer Power Hour:  Resume Writing
Tuesday, September 9th – 1:00 to 2:00 pm, Buckman 112
Whether you’ve never done a resume before, or have one you want to polish, this workshop can help!  RSVP by September 8th.

Pizza & Professionals:  Sedgwick
Thursday, September 11th – 12:30 to 1:30 pm, Buckman 112
Come learn about the organization, who they are, what they do, and about some of the positions they typical hire…and, enjoy free pizza!  What a deal!  RSVP by September 10th.  Open to all interested students; company has a particular interest in recruiting seniors in Computer Science, MIS/ITM, Electrical Engineering, Math, and related technology areas.

firstimpressionsFirst Impressions Series:  Professional Image & Business Etiquette
Tuesday, September 16th – 1:00 to 2:00 pm, Buckman 211 (Montesi)
The first workshop in our First Impressions Series….learn everything from how to give a professional handshake, to how to type professional emails, and everything in between.  First 25 registrants received a free business card holder!  RSVP no later than September 12th.

Mock Interview Day:  Wednesday, September 17th
Sign up through your CareerLinx account to schedule a practice interview with a recruiter who typically hires lots of CBU graduates!  This is a great way to brush up on your interviewing skills, and get great feedback about your strengths and weaknesses.  You must register through your CareerLinX account no later than September 15th.

stem_showcase_employerSTEM Showcase:
A Career & Internship Expo for Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Majors
Thursday, September 18th – 12:00 to 2:00 pm, Buckman 211 (Montesi)
Join us for this opportunity to meet around a dozen employers who hire STEM major students and alumni into internships and full-time positions.  Dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes!  Companies such as International Paper, Mitsubishi Electric, MLG&W, Valero, The West Clinic, and others are already confirmed to attend!

Practice Test Drive:
For The GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT & PCAT Practice Test

Tuesday, September 23rd – 2:00 to 5:00 pm
This is an opportunity to take a retired version (in some cases, slightly abbreviated) of a retired test, minus the essay portions.  It’s a great way to see your areas of strength, and areas of weakness, and where you need to study further.  RSVP thru CareerLinX by September 18th.

Graduate School Expo:  Thursday, September 25th – 12:00 to 2:00 pm, Canale Arena
Are you are current student or alum, considering an advanced degree?  Then this is a can’t-miss event.  Approximately 50 programs from across the country will be attending to share information about their programs.  Make plans to attend!  Open to all students and alumni in all majors!!

For our full calendar for the Fall 2014 Semester, click here.

CBU CareerLinX Recruitment System Q&A

CareerLinx_shortI see “CareerLinX” mentioned in this newsletter all the time.  What IS that exactly?

CareerLinX is the recruitment system software used by CBU Career Services.  This system allows CBU students and alumni to view jobs, internships, and other opportunities posted by local and national employers, as well as on-campus intern and work-study positions!  Most jobs are posted by employers who we’ve worked with for years, and who are specifically looking for a CBU student or alumnus to fit the bill!

There are lots of other things you can do with CareerLinX, too (load resumes and cover letters, RSVP to workshops, etc.), but the main goal is to help you more easily interface with recruiters who are looking for someone just like you!

Do I already have an account?

If you were enrolled at the beginning of the year, then yes, you should already have an account under your CBU email address!  All current students automatically get an account as in-coming freshmen…and it lasts in perpetuity!   So if you missed the “System Welcome” message that was sent with your username and password, your account is still waiting for you!

If you’re an alumnus, or a new student who still needs an account, then you can sign up for an account at any time.  You can set your username and password to whatever you prefer.

How do I log in to CareerLinX?

Easy!  Just click here.  If you’ve not used your account before now, then your default username is your CBU email address.  Just keep in mind that your default password is NOT the same as your CBU email password.  CareerLinX is a stand-alone system (not part of your email, or Banner, or MyCBU), so the initial password is different from any others you may use.  If you already have an account, just use the “forgot password” link to reset it.  You can then change it to whatever you want!

What is the first thing I should do when I’m logged in?

As mentioned above, there are a lot of things you can do with CareerLinX.  But the first thing you’ll want to do is update your profile in the “profile” tab.  You can share as much or as little information as you want, but there are a few very important things to keep current…such as your major, your class year, and your anticipated graduation date.  These elements are the objective criteria that can effect your ability to view and/or apply for certain jobs, so be sure to update them at least once every semester…keeping that info current is VERY important.

Once you update your profile, we encourage you to explore all the other things you can do with CareerLinX.  If you have any questions or get stuck at any point, don’t hesitate to contact Curt Rogers in Career Services:

Articles & Advice

icon_interview4Top Five Tips To Successfully Attending A Networking Event
From Careerealism

You’ve just attended a great networking event where you met a ton of great contacts. Now what? Many people attend networking events and then don’t act on the great contacts they met. By following these easy steps, you’ll be a networking genius in no time.

1. Don’t Let Those Business Cards Collect Dust:  It’s easy to go to a networking event and put the business cards in your pocket or purse and never look at them again. However, this defeats the whole purpose of attending the event in the first place. You must act on making the most of your new connections and do so within 24 hours of attending the event. Read More…

icon_interview2Eight Surprising Rules That Will Get You The Job
From Forbes

At 76 years old, Bill Ellermeyer is an elder statesman of the job search world. He founded an Irvine, CA outplacement firm in 1981, which he sold to staffing firm Adecco in 1990, then ran that office as a division of Adecco subsidiary Lee Hecht Harrison until going out on his own as an independent coach in 2004. He specializes in what he calls “career transitions” for people who have lost their jobs at the executive level, mostly from the c-suite or as vice presidents. Some of his clients have been out of work for more than a year when they come to him. He pushes them until they find a new position. After three decades in the career coaching business, he’s come up with eight rules, some counter-intuitive, that he says promise to land his clients a job.  Read more…

imageHow To Create (And Convey) Your Personal Brand
From AOL Careers

Tide or Clorox? Apple or Microsoft? When it comes to purchasing decisions, your perception of a brand can be the deciding factor. You consciously and unconsciously consider the values and benefits of what the brand or product has to offer. The same is true for employers reviewing job seekers. That’s why I use my coaching sessions with job seekers to stress the importance of having a well-crafted personal brand.   Read More…

Current Employment Opportunities

joblistingsAll full-time, part-time, co-op and internship opportunities listed with our office appear in our CareerLinX Recruitment System, powered by Symplicity.  Students and alumni should sign in to their account to access these positions, which are posted by employers as they become available.  Full details on each job (description, majors, experience, requirements, etc.) are included.  (All current students should already have an account under their CBU email address!  But if you don’t, it’s free for all CBU students and alumni!  Register today!)  NOTE:  Current work-study positions are also listed here!

There are currently 270 active positions posted in the “CBU” section; there are also thousands of additional positions listed locally, regionally and nationally in the “Nace-Link Network” section.  Jobs that have been posted recently include those from the following companies:

ID Job Title Employer Posting Date
4436 Operations Department Positions (6) NBT Business Capital 8/25/2014
4435 Graphic Designer CCL Label, Inc. 8/26/2014
4434 Human Resources Work Study Christian Brothers University 8/26/2014
4433 Packaging Development Laboratory Technician Ring Container Technologies 8/26/2014
4432 Community Organizer For Social Change The Direct Action and Research Training (DART) Center 8/25/2014
4431 Laboratory Technician Summerfield Associates, Inc 8/25/2014
4430 Director/Technical Director ABC24/CW30 8/25/2014
4429 PA Program – Work Study Christian Brothers University 8/25/2014
4428 WKNO-TV/FM Master Control Operator Part-time WKNO 8/25/2014
4427 Account Executive ABC24/CW30 8/25/2014
4426 Bilingual Customer Service Rep (Chinese) Gateway Group Personnel 8/25/2014
4425 Teach English in Asia! Adventure Teaching 8/23/2014
4424 Apple Retail Store – Multiple Positions (US) Apple, Inc. 8/23/2014
4423 Teaching Positions – Recent Grads & Licensed Teacher Positions Available Youth Villages, Inc. 8/22/2014
4422 Internship abroad The Intern Group 8/22/2014
4421 Hooters Kitchen Associates Hooters of America 8/25/2014
4420 Morning Show MMJ & Photographer ABC24/CW30 8/20/2014
4419 Rebar Estimator Gerdau 8/20/2014
4418 Operations Management Specialist Raymond James Financial 8/20/2014
4417 Trading Support Associate II Raymond James Financial 8/20/2014
4416 Portfolio Account Admin I Raymond James Financial 8/20/2014
4415 Production Management Trainee Nestle Purina 8/20/2014
4414 Operations Performance Management Trainee Nestle Purina 8/20/2014
4413 Engineering Management Trainee Nestle Purina 8/20/2014
4412 Engineering Development Trainee (PTC) Nestle Purina 8/20/2014
4411 Administrative Assistant Shelly Webber Consulting 8/19/2014
4409 Seeking for Entry Level Software Developers on Java/J2EE Multivision Inc 8/19/2014
4408 Financial Analyst, OPTIONS Rotational Program Raymond James Financial 8/18/2014
4407 Credit Liaison Raymond James Financial 8/18/2014
4406 Client Service Associate I Raymond James Financial 8/18/2014
4405 Internship Office of Congressman Steve Cohen 8/15/2014
4404 Marketing Data Analyst SouthernSun Asset Management, LLC 8/15/2014
4403 Office Clerk SouthernSun Asset Management, LLC 8/13/2014
4402 Transfer Associate II Raymond James Financial 8/15/2014
4401 Non-Profit Operations Internship (Unpaid) New Leaders 8/15/2014
4400 Associate Engineer FedEx Services 8/14/2014
4399 Specification Rep Maxstone International 8/15/2014
4398 I-Banking, Trading, Hedge Funds Internship Swiss Finance Academy 8/14/2014
4397 Part Time Receptionist Ave Maria Home, Inc. 8/14/2014
4396 Assistant Center Director Girls Incorporated of Memphis 8/13/2014
4395 Program Specialist I Girls Incorporated of Memphis 8/13/2014
4394 CBU Print & Mail Services Assistant Christian Brothers University 8/12/2014
4393 Front End Developer Symplicity Corporation 8/12/2014
4392 Software Developer Symplicity Corporation 8/12/2014
4391 PHP Developer Symplicity Corporation 8/12/2014
4390 Shelby County Schools is Hiring Certified English Teachers to Teach High School Gifted Classes Shelby County Schools 8/11/2014
4389 Proprietary Stock Trader T3 Trading Group 8/11/2014
4388 Office Assistant for the College of Adult Professional Studies Christian Brothers University 8/11/2014
4386 Process or Reliability Engineering Co-op/Intern International Paper 8/11/2014
4385 REACH Engineer International Paper 8/11/2014
4384 Human Resources College Intern Sedgwick 8/11/2014
4381 UX Designer/Developer Symplicity Corporation 8/9/2014
4379 Assistant Programmer / Assistant To CTO LB Technology Inc. 8/11/2014
4378 E-Commerce Position Directhme, LLC. 8/8/2014
4377 News Producer ABC24/CW30 8/7/2014
4376 2015 Summer Intern- Chemistry Valero 8/7/2014
4375 2015 Summer Intern – Safety Engineering Valero 8/7/2014
4374 Summer 2015 Intern – Environmental Engineering Valero 8/7/2014
4373 2015 Summer Intern – Mechanical Engineering Valero 8/7/2014
4372 2015 Summer Intern – Chemical Engineering Valero 8/7/2014
4370 start  your software career today Addon Technologies, Inc 8/6/2014
4369 SQL Database Administrator Crye-Leike Realtors 8/6/2014
4368 Operations Representative III Raymond James Financial 8/6/2014
4367 Audit or Tax Staff Accountant Reynolds Bone & Griesbeck 8/8/2014
4364 Associate News Producer WHBQ Fox 13 8/4/2014
4363 Chief Engineer WHBQ Fox 13 8/4/2014
4362 Digital Sales Manager WHBQ Fox 13 8/4/2014
4361 Spring Internship Reynolds Bone & Griesbeck 8/8/2014
4360 General Sales Manager WHBQ Fox 13 8/4/2014
4359 Production Technician WHBQ Fox 13 8/4/2014
4357 Business Development Specialist Simple Shirts 8/4/2014
4356 Administration Coordinator (University Of Tennessee) Other Jobs From CBU Career Services 8/4/2014
4355 “Alternative Fall Break” Counselor Shelby Farms Park Conservancy 8/4/2014
4354 Software Engineer Vensi Inc 8/11/2014
4353 Community Garden Coordinator Christian Brothers University 8/4/2014
4352 Pyschology Lab Manager Christian Brothers University 8/4/2014
4351 Office Technology Assistant Executive Speakers Bureau 8/4/2014
4350 Software Engineer – Entry Level Garmin International, Inc. 8/4/2014
4349 Elementary teachers in China Promise Cyber School 8/3/2014
4348 Excellent K-12 Teachers Needed in Vegas and Surrounding Communities. Clark County School District 8/3/2014
4347 Accounting Assistant Clark & Clark 8/2/2014
4346 Staff Accountant Clark & Clark 8/2/2014
4345 Associate Consultant Guidance Software 8/1/2014
4344 Emergency Department Medical Scribe PhysAssist Scribes 8/1/2014
4342 Emergency Department Medical Scribe PhysAssist Scribes 8/1/2014
4341 China Internship Program 2014 – August Sale! CRCC Asia LLC 8/1/2014
4339 General Labor Provide Staffing 8/1/2014
4338 Receptionist & Paralegal Support Angelakis Law Firm 8/1/2014
4337 Sales Representative Total Quality Logistics 7/31/2014
4336 Sales Representative Total Quality Logistics 7/31/2014
4335 Oil Procurement Coordinator Stratus Foods 7/31/2014
4334 Journalism Intern Beauty Cast Network 7/31/2014
4333 Catering Coordinator Chick-fil-A 7/31/2014
4332 Chick-fil-A Restaurant Marketing Director Chick-fil-A 7/31/2014
4330 Manager, Accounting – Consolidated Reporting Yusen Logistics (Americas) Inc. 7/31/2014
4327 Assistant Loan Processor Bridge Capital Thrift and Loan, LLC 7/30/2014
4324 Urban Fellow Program Internship City Of Memphis – Office Of Talent Development 7/28/2014
4323 Intern Kelman-Lazarov, Inc 7/28/2014
4322 Evening Library Student Worker Christian Brothers University 7/25/2014
4319 Manager in Training Abercrombie & Fitch 7/23/2014
4318 Library Student Worker Christian Brothers University 7/23/2014
4317 Civil Project Engineer – Aviation Garver 7/23/2014
4316 Civil Engineer – Roadway Design Garver 7/23/2014
4309 Elementary Teachers Needed in Memphis Shelby County Schools 7/22/2014
4307 ProCare OnSite technician Stryker ProCare OnSite 7/21/2014
4306 Store Executive Intern Target Corporation 7/21/2014
4305 Executive Team Leader Target Corporation 7/21/2014
4304 Part-Time Teller (Germantown Branch) Orion Federal Credit Union 7/21/2014
4300 Accounts Payable Analyst – Part-time Monogram Food Solutions 7/18/2014
4299 Service Advisor I Raymond James Financial 7/18/2014
4293 Audit & Tax Interns & Associates CBIZ MHM 7/18/2014
4292 Maintenance Foreman Memphis Area Transit Authority 7/16/2014
4291 Work Study Christian Brothers University 7/21/2014
4288 Teach, Learn & Discover in Asia’s hot spot: Seoul! Eico HR 7/16/2014
4287 High End Language Educator Positions for Public Schools with Ongoing Placements across South Korea for the right applicants Eico HR 7/16/2014
4282 CBU Work Study/Intern — ITS Christian Brothers University 8/1/2014
4279 Librarians Needed in Shelby County Schools Shelby County Schools 7/12/2014
4275 CBU Math Center Tutor Christian Brothers University 7/11/2014
4274 Contract Engineer Electrolux Major Appliance 7/11/2014


Career Road Show – Fall Break Networking Trip

Apply now for this unique opportunity to network with alumni/professionals in Houston, Texas!  During Fall Break, 45 students will be selected to participate in the Career Road Show, which will allow you to travel via bus with students, faculty and staff to Houston, TX.  While there, you will be able to attend a company site visit, career panel, and networking reception.  Food, travel and hotel accommodations will all be covered for the student rate of $100.00.  The bus will leave CBU on Sunday, October 19, and return to CBU on Wednesday, October 22.

We anticipate that spots on the bus will go quickly.  So, apply today!  Sign in to your CareerLinX account and reference position #3852 for full details and application procedures.

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Office:  Buckman Hall, Suite 207  
(901) 321-3330

Amy Ware, Director:  (901) 321-3331
Cathy Lantrip, Career Counselor:  (901) 321-3329
Curt Rogers, Recruitment Coordinator:  (901) 321-3334

On-Campus Interviews

icon_interview1The following companies are currently scheduled to conduct on-campus interviews this semester.  Campus interviews are open to all qualifying students and/or graduates, as specified below by each organization.  If you are interested in any of these opportunities, and meet all of the stated qualifications, follow the instructions posted with each opportunity in order to be considered.  For those positions indicating “preselection”, be sure to submit your resume as directed to be considered for an interview time.

Dixon Hughes Goodman:  Tuesday, September 9
Majors Sought:  Accounting; Masters in Accountancy
Job Title:  Summer Intern
Job Description:  Interns will have the same engagement responsdixonhughesgoodmanibilities as our associates. They will prepare tax returns and be a part of an audit team and will assist in planning engagements.  Our internships afford students exposure to both tax and audit.
Qualifications:  December 2014, May 2015 & August 2015 Graduates; Minimum 3.30 GPA; US Citizenship Required; 100% Preselection
To be considered:  Submit your resume for the Meet The Firms event.

CBIZ-MHM:  Wednesday, September 10
cbiz_smallMajors Sought:  Accounting, Masters In Accountancy
Job Title:  Audit & Tax Interns; Audit & Tax Associates (See CareerLinX position #4293 for complete description)
Qualifications:  Juniors & Seniors eligible for Intern Positions; December 2014 & May 2015 Graduates; Minimum 3.40 GPA; US Citizenship Not Required (F1-Visa Candidates and Permanent US Residents are eligible); Must bring unofficial copy of transcript to the interview; 100% Preselection
To be considered:  Submit your resume for the Meet The Firms event, or submit your resume to CareerLinx position #4293 no later than September 4th

rbgReynolds Bone & Griesbeck:  Tuesday, September 16
Majors Sought:  Accounting, Masters In Accountancy
Job Title:  Spring 2015 Internship; Audit & Tax Staff (Full Time)
Job Description:  Looking for real-world experience in public accounting? RBG can deliver! Participating in an RBG Spring Internship provides valuable experience in the areas of audit or tax by exposing interns to the same responsibilities of our first-year staff accountants. Assignments also allow for many opportunities to work alongside RBG partners and other professionals on a variety of client engagements. Go to to check out career information. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter @rbgcareers, Google+ and YouTube. Firm Information: If you want to be a part of a firm that garners instant respect throughout the Mid-South, keep reading. Because we didn’t become the oldest and one of the largest Memphis-based CPA firms today by being anything less than the best at what we do. We deliver solutions that go beyond typical public accounting services. If you’ve got what it takes to be an RBG associate, we’ll give you every opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills to become the best you can be.
Qualifications:  Juniors & Seniors are eligible for internship; December 2014 & May 2015; Minimum 3.00 GPA; US Citizenship Required (F1-Visa Candidates and Permanent US Residents are not eligible); 100% Preselection
To be considered:  Submit your resume for the Meet The Firms event, or submit your resume to CareerLinx position #4361 (intern) and/or #4367 (full-time) no later than September 9th.

19x[1]International Paper:  Friday, September 19th
Majors Sought:  STEM Majors (Tentative)
Full Details TBA

Peace Corps:  Tuesday, October 7th
Majors Sought:  All Majors
Job Title:  Peace Corps Volunteer
Job Description:  The Peace Corps has been a leader in international development and citizen diplomacy for more than 50 years across more than 139 countries. In an increasingly interdependent world, we tackle challenges that know no borders—such as climate change, pandemic disease, food security, and gender equality and empowerment. Although times have changed since the Peace Corps’ founding in 1961, the agency’s mission—to promote world peace and friendship—has not. Today, the Peace Corps is more vital than ever, working in collaboration with partner organizations and using cutting-edge technologies and well-tested best practices to enhance impact.  Our more than 215,000 current and returned Volunteers know that the Peace Corps changes lives—both their own and the lives of people in communities around the worlpeacecorpsd. They learn about leadership, ingenuity, self-reliance, and relationship building and become global citizens. Peace Corps Volunteers reflect the very best of humanity, innovation and aspiration for a better tomorrow. When they return home, they share their stories and experiences and give back to their own communities, helping to strengthen international ties and increase our global competitiveness.
Qualifications:  Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors are eligible; Minimum 2.50 GPA; US Citizenship Required
To Apply:  Sign up for an interview time through your CareerLinX account (click “Events”, and select an interview time next to the Peace Corps Campus Interviews listing.

Featured Jobs This Week

hotjobsCBU has launched a pilot Campus Intern Program in a handful of departments across campus, including Career Services.  Other participating departments include Human Resources, the Plough Library, the Psychology Lab, the Art Studio, and Graduate Engineering.

Unlike our regular campus work-study program, these positions will require students to apply for, and interview for, each position that interests them.  These students “interns” will have greater responsibilities within each department, and will work approximately 10 hours per week.  Each position pays $9.25/hour.

Interested?  Log-in to your CareerLinX account and reference the positions by ID number:

ID Job Title Employer Posting Date
3062 Campus Intern Program: Library Intern CBU (Campus Intern Program) 8/21/2013
3061 Campus Intern Program: Archives Intern CBU (Campus Intern Program) 8/21/2013
3059 Campus Intern Program: Career Services Intern CBU (Campus Intern Program) 8/21/2013
3058 Campus Intern Program: Psychology Lab Manager CBU (Campus Intern Program) 8/21/2013
3057 Campus Intern Program: Art Studio / Student Gallery Manager CBU (Campus Intern Program) 8/21/2013
3056 Campus Intern Program: Graduate Engineering Distance Education Lab Technician CBU (Campus Intern Program) 8/21/2013
3052 Campus Intern Program: Human Resources Generalist CBU (Campus Intern Program) 8/21/2013

Check Out Our New Digs!

Career Services OfficeFor the second time in as many summers, Career Services has relocated its offices…this time, to the newly renovated space in Buckman Hall!  We’re still unpacking a few boxes and putting things away, but we are open for business!  Stop by Buckman Hall, Suite 207, and say hello!  (We’re on the second floor, just to the left of the Montesi Room, and across the hall from the Academic Services office.)

Practice Test Day: Thursday, April 4th (Note Date Change)

practicetestOnce again this semester, in conjunction with Kaplan Testing Services, we will be offering the opportunity to take a practice version of one of several Graduate Admissions Tests (GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT, PCAT).  Practice tests will be offered on Thursday, April 4th (note the date change from March 21st) beginning promptly at 1:00 pm.  Each test will take anywhere from 90 minutes to slightly over 3 hours, depending on the specific test, so make sure you are there on time at 1:00 pm, and can block off the entire afternoon to take the test.  (Otherwise your scoring will not be accurate.)  All tests are timed by section.

These tests are retired versions of the actual test administered in a written format, but they are scored just like the real thing (“essay” sections are not included, and some tests are slightly abbreviated versions).  You can get your answers back very quickly, and you get to keep your test booklet as a study guide after the test.  It’s a great opportunity to learn where you’re strong, and where you need more study.

It only costs $5.00, which you can bring with you on test day.  Room assignments will be posted on the first floor of Kenrick Hall on the day of the test.

To reserve your seat, sign in to your Nace-Link account, click the “Events” tab at the top of the page.  Then select which test you want to take, and hit the gray “RSVP” button at the bottom of the page.  Deadline to register is Wednesday, March 27th.  This is the only time this semester that we’ll be conducting the practice tests, so don’t miss this chance!