Career Services wants you to apply for a student intern award, get a job at the career fair, or attend one of several employer info sessions.
Career Services Student Intern Awards
Are you a graduating student who’s participated in one or more of Pace’s pre-professional programs: internship, practicum, clinical, field work, research, or student-teaching? Apply by April 4 for the Career Services Award! The Career Services Award will be presented to graduating students who are nominated by faculty for their personal achievements, contributions to their organization/work site, demonstrated personal and/or professional growth, evidence of leadership development, and academic record. Both bachelor and master level graduating students are eligible for the award. Winners are chosen from all five schools and campuses and will be recognized at their school’s award event prior to graduation, as well as receive a certificate of recognition and trophy from Career Services. Find out more and apply today!
Spring 2014 PLV Job and Internship Fair
Wednesday, April 2
11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Goldstein Fitness Center
More than 100 companies, including IBM, Citibank, KPMG, Indeed, FBI, Westchester Magazine, and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, will be on the Westchester Campus recruiting Pace students for internships and full-time positions after graduation. Print out resumes and suit up, because this will be your last opportunity this semester to network with that many companies For more info on who will be attending, click here. >>Register to attend.
CIA Information Session (NYC)
Thursday, April 3
4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
Are you looking for a career that is more than just a job? Discover what it's really like to work for the Central Intelligence Agency and find out about exciting career and internship opportunities at this info session. The CIA is the premier agency responsible for providing global intelligence on the ever-changing political, social, economic, technological, and military environment to senior U.S. policy makers. Here, your paramount goal and mission will be to protect the national security of the United States. Virtually any job you can imagine is available at the CIA—plus, some you can’t even imagine. RSVP by March 31 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Mentorship and Networking Dinner
Tuesday, April 8
Career Services, ALPFA, CSSA, LGS, and the Lubin School of Business host a night of networking with recent and experienced career professionals. Dinner will be served. There are multiple opportunities to mix and mingle, ask questions, and make an impression on these very special guests! The keynote speaker will be Dina Fontanetta, Vice President/Project Manager of BNY Mellon, and there will be representatives from Citi, Goldman Sachs, Burberry, Deloitte & Touche, PwC, and more. Register through eRecruiting.
Connections in Communications
Tuesday, April 8
6:30 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Dyson’s Media, Communications, and Visual Arts Program, Connections in Communications will bring alumni and professionals in the field of communications together with Pace MCA students for networking opportunities. MCA alumnus and featured speaker Mike McGrath ’07, senior manager, marketing operations at NBC Sports, will be joined by many Pace alumni employed by NBC. Find out about careers in communications, networking, the Winter Olympics in Sochi, and how Pace prepared them for their careers in the industry. Register here.
Warner Music Group Information Session (NYC)
Wednesday, April 9
12:20 p.m.–1:30 p.m.
Lecture Hall West
P.A.C.E Board, Career Services, and the Pace Computer Society are teaming up to bring you Warner Music Group. Representatives from the company will be discussing the culture of the organization, what they look for in candidates, and how to turn your internship into a job! WMG typically recruits for internships and full-time jobs in departments including promotions, marketing, production/video, IT, finance, human resources, graphic design, artist development, and more.
Criminal Justice Career Day (NYC)
Thursday, April 10
12:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
Interested in working for the U.S. Secret Service? How about doing criminal investigation for the IRS? Meet with representatives from government and law enforcement agencies to find out how you can get a job or internship locked
Career at the Museum (NYC)
Wednesday, April 16
12:15 p.m.–1:30 p.m.
Lecture Hall West
Learn about opportunities in fields such as history, art, English, and art history, and inspire your curiosity and creativity. Meet and network with talented and diverse employers looking to share their experiences in museum management and administration.
For more on what’s happening over at Career Services, visit www.pace.edu/career-services.
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