ServiceMaster will be conducting on-campus interviews on Friday, March 22nd for their up-coming summer internship program. If you are interested and qualify (see requirements/qualifications below), post your resume through your Nace-Link account to position #2550, or submit a resume by email with “ServiceMaster Internship” in the subject line, no later than Thursday, March 14th. Candidates will be selected based on resumes submitted, and will be notified via email to sign up for an interview time if selected.
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Aspire Public Schools will have an information table outside Alfonso Dining Hall on Monday, March 11th from 11:00 to 1:00. Representatives from Aspire will be distributing information about the program, the new schools that will be opening later this year here in Memphis, and about the teaching positions that are available with the organization. Be sure to stop by for more information.
As part of our “Pizza & Professionals” series, Northwestern Mutual Financial Network will be conducting an information session on Tuesday, March 12th at 1:00 p.m. in Buckman 102. Representatives will be sharing information about the company and the positions that they have available. Students in all majors are welcome to attend, though positions may have particular interest to Business, Finance, and related areas. RSVP your attendance through your Nace-Link account. (Click “events”, select this event, then hit the RSVP button at the bottom of the page.)
From Forbes.com (2/4/2013)
Many job seekers spend countless hours writing, polishing and blasting their resumes to dozens of companies. Then they wait, and wait, and never hear a thing. That’s because human resources people and hiring managers receive heaps of resumes for any given job opening, and they end up missing, skipping or tossing a lot of them.
However, it turns out there are things you can do to help ensure your resume is seen. Read the full article from Forbes.com…
From MarketWatch.com (1/31/2013)
Whether it’s for personal satisfaction or financial need, many retirees and future retirees want to work in retirement. In a poll of over 3,000 business professionals conducted by RetiredBrains.com in 2010, more than 86% said they plan to continue working once they are retired. Read the full article from MarketWatch.com…
From Early Careerist (2/7/2013) – By Chrisina Kach
Have you ever wondered if there is more behind successful individuals than the typical advice you see in most publications on developing your brand and career. The answer is yes; successful individuals have figured out tangible actions to supplement those pieces of advice and supplement their work performance.
Today I am going to share a few of the less obvious pieces of advice I’ve accrued over the years as a young professional that have helped me gain traction in my career. Read the full article from EarlyCareerist.com…
There are two Intern Positions currently available on campus…one with Admissions, another with Enrollment Management! Details are below!
Are you dependable, smart, mature, fun, and could use a 20 hour a week part-time job on campus? Then you need to apply for the Admissions Intern position!
The position covers the full academic year (holidays off the same time the school is closed, time off is available by request). It is a fantastic fit for a hard-working student who needs to earn a little extra income but not have his/her grades suffer. The hours will be set by the student on his/her start date but must be regular. Also, though any student may apply, a student in Freshman or Sophomore standing would be preferred. The job is 20 hours a week at minimum wage ($7.25/hr) and may consist of the following duties:
-Secretarial duties such as answering the phones, greeting students, and setting up appointments
-Data entry into the online Banner system
-Handling and entering of student application information
-Working within a dynamic, fun team to come up with advertisement and event ideas and bringing these ideas to fruition
-Providing campus tours as needed
-Other duties as assigned
The job includes several extra perks such as opportunities for networking, gaining professional computer skills, gaining professional intra-office skills, and having flexible hours for academic or personal needs per request (e.g., Finals Week).
Again, we are looking for a dependable, smart, mature, and fun student, and if you think you qualify, please fill out the attached application and email it to Teri Douglas (firstname.lastname@example.org). Any questions should also be sent to this address. You will also be required to request and submit 2 letters of recommendation to the Undergraduate Office of Admissions, at least one of which will need to be from a CBU professor. The letters can be emailed directly from the professor(s) or must be sealed and signed over in an envelope that can be hand-delivered to the office by the student. The letters do not have to be long; they simply need to reflect the recommenders’ opinions on your fit for this position and your general professional acumen. Both of these materials (application and letters) must be submitted by February 27th at 4pm.
Enrollment Management Internship
This position will assist the Vice President for Enrollment Management in research to evaluate marketing, recruiting, and enrollment initiatives. Skills needed for this position include basic data manipulation utilizing Excel, include chart making, and creating PowerPoint presentations. The ability to think independently, creatively, and quickly is essential. This internship will give students an opportunity to gain experience in the area of marketing and communications. Students majoring in marketing, management, or behavioral science are encouraged to apply. Send resumes to Anne Kenworthy at: email@example.com.
MAKE YOUR SUMMER MATTER! Build your resume and build Memphis. Apply for a summer position with Bridge Builders!
BRIDGES unites and inspires diverse young people to become confident and courageous leaders committed to community transformation. This summer, 1,500 students in grades 7-12 will develop their leadership skills and connect with youth from across the Mid-South through our Bridge Builders Leadership Conferences. We are accepting applications now through Thursday, February 28th for the following positions*:
7th-10th Grade Leadership Conferences
� BRIDGES AmeriCorps Member: Conference Facilitator, Grades 7-10
� Work Crew Member: 11th-12th Grade Leadership Conferences
� BRIDGES AmeriCorps Member: Conference Facilitator, Grades 11-12
� BRIDGES AmeriCorps Member: Logistics and Coordination Team
� Resident Adviser
Apply at www.bridgesusa.org/summerapply.
* Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent to be considered for a summer position. Applications accepted now through Thursday, February 28th.
All job opportunities listed with our office appear in our Nace-Link 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. (Don’t have a Nace-Link account yet? It’s free for all CBU students and alumni! Register today!)
There are currently 212 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…
#2495 – Staff Accountant: Marietta Corporation (Olive Branch, MS – Accounting degree required, CPA/MBA a plus, 4-5 years relevant experience)
#2494 – Litigation Paralegal: Adams & Reese LLP (Part-Time – Ideal for English, History, Math or related subject areas)
#2493 – K-12 Teachers: I Can Schools (Positions in Cleveland, Ohio)
#2491 – Customer Service Rep (Cordova): InvoiceCloud (All Majors – $30-35K)
#2490 – Logistic Sales Account Executive: Total Quality Logistics (All Majors – Salary + Commission)
#2488 – Volunteer: Franciscan Outreach Volunteers (All Majors)
#2487 – Business Intelligence Analyst: Buckeye Technologies (Computer Science, ITM/MIS Degree)
#2486 – Packaging Equipment Engineer: WM Barr (Chemical, Mechanical, and/or Packaging Engineering degree)
#2485 – Education Coordinator: Vatterot Career College (3-5 years relevant experience)
#2480-2484 – Multiple Positions: Flinja (See individual descriptions for full details)
#2479 – Financial Services Representative: Strategic Financial Partners (Graduating Seniors, Masters Candidates and Alumni are eligible)
#2478 – Intern: Stand For Children (Psychology, Education, ECCM, or Masters Degree)
#2477 – Sales Manager Trainee: Cordova Safety Products (Marketing, Finance, International Business, or related areas)
#2475 – Gallery Host: Hyatt Place Germantown ($10.00/hour – All Majors)
#2473-2474 – Impress Associate, Sales Associate: Office Max (All Majors, Part Time)
#2472 – Janitorial Supervisor: Memphis Goodwill Industries (5 years supervisory/management experience required)
#2471 – Engineering Manager: Marietta Corporation (Mechanical Engineering Degree, 10+ years related experience required)
#2468-2470 – Linux Systems Administrator, PHP Developer, Mobile App Developer: Symplicity Corporation (ITM/MIS, Computer science or related degree)
#2467 – Staff Account Intern: Carlisle Corporation (Accounting, Finance or related areas – 2-3 month position)
#2466 – Interns: US International Trade Commission (Masters Candidates)
#2464 – Environmental Scientist: Ensafe (Degree in Civil Engineering)
College Of Charleston MBA Program will have an information table set up in the foyer of the Alfonso Dining this Tuesday, February 12th from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m., to share information about their program; they will follow this with a more formal information session at 7:00 pm in Buckman Hall 209 for all interested students.
The Avon recruitment visit that was postponed by last month’s power outage has been reschedule for Wednesday and Thursday, February 20th and 21st, from 11:00 to 1:00 each day in the foyer outside Alfonso Dining Hall.
Practice Test Day (for the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT, PCAT, GMAT) has been tentatively scheduled for Thursday, March 21st. Watch the bulletin for additional sign-up details.
The Insurors of Memphis will be conducting its Student Shadow Day on Thursday, February 21st. This event will allow students to spend a day with an insurance professional, learn more about the industry, and experience the day-to-day responsibilities of those who work in that field. Part of the day will also include a luncheon at the Hilton Hotel. If you are interested in participating, please send your name, email address and phone number to Curt Rogers at: firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please include �Insurors Of Memphis� in the subject line, and attach a copy of your resume as well.) We will forward your information to the organization, who will then contact you with further arrangements. Deadline to respond is this Thursday, February 14th.