Archive for February, 2011

Mock Talk Tuesday!

February 23rd, 2011 by amurphy

Would you like to practice interviewing?
Do you have 15 minutes?

Sign up for:
Mock Talk Tuesday
March 1, from 2-5 pm

  • Limited Spots Available
  • Quick, individual meetings to help you sharpen your interview skills.
  • No Dress Code!
  • No Cover Letter Required!
  • You don’t even have to have an interview scheduled.

You decide what industry.  It’s as easy as 1-2-3:
1.     Log on to Crusader Connections
2.     Submit a resume to the job titled: Mock Talk
(The employer is “Summer Internship Program”)
3.     You’ll receive a note with instructions

Make a difference – TEACH!

February 23rd, 2011 by amurphy

Interested in Education? Heard of the Nativity Schools? Want to move to NYC?
Come learn about the Resident Intern Program at the Cornelia Connelly Center (CCC).
The CCC is an independent Catholic middle school on the Lower East Side of Manhattan that serves girls living in poverty.
Positions are now available for the Fall of 2011.

Information Session
When: Wednesday February 23, 6-7 pm
Where: Hogan 406
Hosted by: Cara Joyce ’09, Resident Intern

What is a Resident Intern?

  • A Resident Intern is a recent college grad committed to the mission of the CCC.
  • These individuals are the heart of the school teaching 2-3 classes a day, coaching sports, and running after-school programs.

Check us out on YouTube and visit our website.
Email Cara for more information.

Summer Research Opportunities – HC Economics & Accounting Department!

February 9th, 2011 by amurphy

If you haven’t already been asked, then consider working with faculty in the HC Economics & Accounting Department this summer.

Come to an informational meeting on Thursday, February 10, from 3:00 to 4:00 in Stein 522. You can talk to faculty about what they will be doing and what you can expect from the program.

As a brief summary, the Economics and Accounting Department offers a summer research program where pairs of students and faculty collaborate on a variety of research projects. The program runs from May 30 – July 29, 2011, includes on-campus housing, a stipend of $3,780, and a small budget for supplies and travel.

Application Process:

The Application Process:

To apply for a position in the 2011 summer research program, you must complete an application, a housing application and submit one letter of recommendation.  All forms are available on the Economics Department website and are due in the Economics Department Office (Stein 519) no later than Friday, February 18, 2011 at 4 pm.

Click here for additional information including research topics and participating faculty.

Spring Workshops!

February 1st, 2011 by amurphy

Our Spring Workshop schedule is here!

You may also view Career Planning’s daily calendar on our website.