Navigating Careers in Arts Admin Panel 11/16 at 5pm

Navigating Careers in Arts Administration Panel
Date: 
Thursday, November 16
Time: 5:30-7:00pm
Location: Norris, Northwestern Room B

This event will be a good opportunity for students to explore the world of arts administration, gain career insights, and learn about industry trends. Students will be able to ask questions during the panel, and there will be time for 1-on-1 networking at the end.

Participating alumni include:

  • Lindsay Bosch ’04, Block Museum of Art, Marketing Communications Manager
  • Erica Denner ’18 MSLOC, Museum of Contemporary Art, Assistant Director HR
  • Mercedes Rohlfs ’99, Ravinia Festival, Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts
  • AJ Roy ’15, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Development Coordinator
  • Laura Sauer ’08, ’10, ’14, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Audience Development Coordinator and Editor

This event is open to all Northwestern undergraduate and graduate students. RSVP in CareerCat (Events>Workshops tab). Questions? Email eleni.vartelas@northwestern.edu

NCA Career News: Ad, marketing, PR workshop, graduate school & employer visits + more!

 

WEEKLY EMAIL: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15

Announcements  \  NCA Programming  \  Graduate/Professional Program Info Sessions  \  Employer Activity  \  Other Opportunities
In this week’s email, you’ll find: 

Announcements

  • Job/internship search in advertising, marketing and public relations
  • New career advising blog: What does pre-law really mean?
  • Professional attire opportunity with the Career Development Fund

NCA Programming

  • Careers in media panel

Graduate/Professional Program Information Sessions

  • Harvard Business School 2+2 Program
  • Chicago Booth PhD Program
  • Law Schools: Northwestern, NYU, UT-Austin, UC-Berkeley, USC

Employer Activity

  • Employer information sessions
  • Business casual v. business professional dress code
  • Quiet room reservations

Other Opportunities

·         Northwestern SWE Industry Day 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Job/Internship Search in Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations
Wednesday, Oct. 18 | 5-6 p.m. | Norris, Wildcat Room | All Undergraduate Students
Are you searching for a full-time job or an internship in advertising, marketing and public relations? Learn strategies for finding opportunities, when to start your search, and insider tips shared by recruiters in these fields. RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

New Career Advising Blog: What Does Pre-Law Really Mean?
In NCA’s latest career advising blog, NCA career and pre-law adviser Lynn Galowich Page explains what it means to be “pre-law.” Read more >> | Are you considering law school or navigating the application process? Schedule a 1-on-1 appointment with Lynn in CareerCat >>

Career Development Fund opportunity
The Career Development Fund supports travel to job/internship interviews, travel to graduate school interviews, travel and registration for professional career events, and the purchase of interview attire for undergraduate students with financial need. New opportunity: DXL, the nation’s premier men’s clothing store for top brands in XL sizes, has partnered with the Career Development Fund (CDF) to provide suits from their store to students with financial need. Suits fit a 38” waist (or up) or a height of 6’4” (or taller). Students may apply to CDF to take advantage of this opportunity. Learn more >>

NCA PROGRAMMING

Careers in Media Panel
Tuesday, Oct. 24 | 5:30-7 p.m.  | Norris, Wildcat Room B | All Students
This educational panel discussion will feature Northwestern alumni working in a variety of roles in the media industry. Students will be able to hear their stories and insights, ask questions, and participate in 1-on-1 networking. RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

EMPLOYER ACTIVITY

Below find next week’s employer information sessions, coffee chats, and networking events. Log into CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) for complete details, intended audience and to RSVP. Please note: Times and locations are subject to change, so please check details in CareerCat the day of the event to confirm.

While the dress code for all information sessions, networking nights, and coffee chats is business casual, the dress code for interviews is still business professional.

·         Wednesday, Oct. 18: Ford Motor Company (Data Science and Analytics)

·         Thursday, Oct. 19:  Green Corps, First Derivatives PLC

·         Monday, Oct. 23: Accenture* (Strategy Internships)

*Denotes an NCA corporate sponsor

Room reservations for virtual interviews
Do you need a quiet space to conduct a virtual interview via phone or Skype? Interview rooms are available in NCA’s Interview Center at 630 Lincoln St. Email recruit@northwestern.edu to reserve a room.

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Northwestern SWE Industry Day 2017
Thursday, Oct. 19 | 4-9 p.m. | Hilton Garden Inn (1818 Maple Ave, Evanston) | All Students
Connect with employers at Northwestern’s largest engineering and technology oriented career fair. Students do not need to pre-register, but a Wildcard is required for entry. Please wear business attire.
Learn more and view a full list of companies >>

NCA Career News: Education career fair, employer visits, mini mock interviews + more!

WEEKLY EMAIL: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8
Announcements  \  NCA Programming  \  Graduate/Professional Program Info Sessions  \  Employer Activity  \  Other Opportunities
In this week’s email, you’ll find: 

Announcements

  • Alternate Careers in Education (ACE) Panel & Career Fair Oct. 12
  • Professional attire opportunity with the Career Development Fund

NCA Programming

  • Networking small group advising for international students
  • NCA mini mock interviews
  • Job/internship search in advertising, marketing and public relations

Graduate/Professional Program Information Sessions

  • University of Virginia Law School
  • Columbia Law School
  • Harvard Law School

Employer Activity

  • Employer information sessions
  • Business casual v. business professional dress code
  • Quiet room reservations

Other Opportunities

  • NAA Career Webinars
  • LSAC’s Annual Law School Forum in downtown Chicago
  • Chicago Field Studies: Winter ‘18 application extended to Oct. 20

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Alternate Careers in Education (ACE) Panel and Career Fair
Thursday, Oct. 12 | 12-3 p.m. (Panel: 12-12:45 p.m. in Norris, Big Ten Room – 1st Floor, Career Fair immediately following: 12:45-3 p.m. in Norris, Lake Room – 2nd Floor) | All Students
Interested in working in the field of education? Explore education organizations that hire across all majors and offer programs that can lead to certification. Bring your Wildcard and copies of your resume. No registration required – simply stop by the panel, the fair, or both! Learn more | View the list of employers in CareerCat (Events > Career Fairs) >>

Career Development Fund opportunity
The Career Development Fund supports travel to job/internship interviews, travel to graduate school interviews, travel and registration for professional career events, and the purchase of interview attire for undergraduate students with financial need. New opportunity: DXL, the nation’s premier men’s clothing store for top brands in XL sizes, has partnered with the Career Development Fund (CDF) to provide suits from their store to students with financial need. Suits fit a 38” waist (or up) or a height of 6’4” (or taller). Students may apply to CDF to take advantage of this opportunity. Learn more >>

NCA PROGRAMMING

Networking Small Group Advising for International Students
Monday, Oct. 9 | 12-1 p.m. | International Office (630 Dartmouth Pl, Evanston)
Get questions answered about how to network for your US internship or job search in this small group advising session. RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

NCA Mini Mock Interviews
Tuesday, Oct. 10 | Timeslots between 11 a.m.-3 p.m. | Norris, Wildcat Room | Undergraduate & Master’s Students
Practice your interviewing skills with an experienced member of the NCA team. During a 30-minute mini-mock interview you will have the opportunity to practice behavioral and personal experience-based interview questions and receive fast feedback on your strengths and areas for improvement. Dress code is casual.
RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

Job/Internship Search in Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations
Wednesday, Oct. 18 | 5-6 p.m. | Norris, Wildcat Room | All Undergraduate Students
Are you searching for a full-time job or an internship in advertising, marketing and public relations? Learn strategies for finding opportunities, when to start your search, and insider tips shared by recruiters in these fields. RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

Law School Info Sessions
Admissions representatives will give an overview of the law school and application process, as well as answer any questions. Open to all Northwestern students. RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

  • University of Virginia Law School | Monday, Oct. 9 | 12-1 p.m. | Norris, Wildcat Room
  • Columbia Law School | Monday, Oct. 9 | 4-5 p.m. | Norris, Louis Room North
  • Harvard Law School | Wednesday, Oct. 11 | 12-1:30 p.m. | Norris, Wildcat Room

EMPLOYER ACTIVITY

Below find next week’s employer information sessions, coffee chats, and networking events. Log into CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) for complete details, intended audience and to RSVP. Please note: Times and locations are subject to change, so please check details in CareerCat the day of the event to confirm.

While the dress code for all information sessions, networking nights, and coffee chats is business casual, the dress code for interviews is still business professional.

  • Monday, Oct. 9: IBM (Summit Sales Program), IRI
  • Tuesday, Oct. 10: Zillow Group, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Lockin China, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Wednesday, Oct. 11: DigitasLBI, Allstate Insurance, IBM (Global Business Services, consulting team), Visa (non-tech internships and full-time opportunities)
  • Thursday, Oct. 12: PwC Strategy&* (internships), Oliver Wyman (Case internship workshop)
  • Friday, Oct. 13: Visa (internship and full-time)

*Denotes an NCA corporate sponsor

Room reservations for virtual interviews
Do you need a quiet space to conduct a virtual interview via phone or Skype? Interview rooms are available in NCA’s Interview Center at 630 Lincoln St. Email recruit@northwestern.edu to reserve a room.

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Northwestern Alumni Association: Career Webinars

LSAC’s Annual Law School Forum in Downtown Chicago
Tuesday, Oct. 10 | 1-6 p.m. | Palmer House Hilton, 17 East Monroe Street (Chicago) | All Students
Chat with representatives from over 175 law schools and attend workshops on the law school application process. Learn more & register >>

Chicago Field Studies: Winter ‘18 Application Extended to Oct. 20
Chicago Field Studies (CFS) is an academic internship program that helps you achieve your goals through a CFS course and helps you gain internship experience, building your skills and insight into what you might want to do next. CFS has internships in many fields and helps you throughout the search process.
Learn moreUpcoming information sessions >>

NCA Career News: Fall recruiting begins, express advising in the Main Library + more!

Announcements

  • Express advising returns to the Main Library Oct. 2
  • Fall Career Fair follow-up tips
  • Alternate Careers in Education (ACE) Panel & Career Fair Oct. 12
  • Career advising blog: Virtual interviewing tips
  • New attire opportunity with the Career Development Fund

NCA Programming

  • NCA mini mock interviews

Graduate/Professional Program Information Sessions

  • Bank Street Graduate School of Education
  • University of Virginia Law School
  • Columbia Law School

Employer Activity

  • Employer information sessions
  • Business casual v. business professional dress code
  • Quiet room reservations

Other Opportunities

  • Dinner with 12 program (alumni-student dinners)

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Fall express advising returns to the Main Library on Oct. 2
Weekdays through Friday, Dec. 1 | 2-4 p.m. | All Students
Career express advising will return to its regular home in the Main Library (2N Core) starting Monday, Oct. 2. Drop in for a resume/cover letter review or to get answers to quick career-related questions, with no appointment required.

Fall Career Fair follow-up
Did you attend NCA’s Fall Internship & Job Fair last week? Employers who regularly recruit at Northwestern share what can help you stand out *after* the career fair in this video.

Career fair prep video:  What to do after a career fair

Alternate Careers in Education (ACE) Panel and Career Fair
Thursday, Oct. 12 | 12-3 p.m. (Panel: 12-12:45 p.m., Career Fair immediately following: 12:45-3 p.m.) | Norris, Lake Room | All Students
Interested in working in the field of education? Explore education organizations that hire across all majors and offer programs that can lead to certification. Bring your Wildcard and copies of your resume. No registration required – simply stop by the panel, the fair, or both! Learn moreView the list of employers in CareerCat (Events > Career Fairs) >>

New Career Advising Blog
Career adviser Laura shares tips for a successful Skype or virtual interview. Read blog post >>

Career Development Fund opportunity
The Career Development Fund supports travel to job/internship interviews, travel to graduate school interviews, travel and registration for professional career events, and the purchase of interview attire for undergraduate students with financial need. New opportunity: DXL, the nation’s premier men’s clothing store for top brands in XL sizes, has partnered with the Career Development Fund (CDF) to provide suits from their store to students with financial need. Suits fit a 38” waist (or up) or a height of 6’4” (or taller). Students may apply to CDF to take advantage of this opportunity. Learn more >>

NCA PROGRAMMING

NCA Mini Mock Interviews
Tuesday, Oct. 10 | 11 a.m.-3 p.m. | Norris, Wildcat Room | Undergraduate & Master’s Students
Practice your interviewing skills with an experienced member of the NCA team. During a 30-minute mini-mock interview you will have the opportunity to practice behavioral and personal experience-based interview questions and receive fast feedback on your strengths and areas for improvement. Dress code is casual.
RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

 

GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

Graduate Program Info Sessions

Bank Street Graduate School of Education
Friday, Oct. 6 | 12-1 p.m. | University Hall – Room 101 | All Students
Bank Street is a progressive school for education, committed to moving the field forward, improving teacher and student learning, and social justice through education. Learn about Bank Street’s graduate programs in Early Childhood, Childhood and Adolescent education, with concentrations in Museum Education, General and/or Special Education, Curriculum, Literacy, and Bilingual Education.
RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

Law School Info Sessions
Admissions representatives will give an overview of the law school and application process, as well as answer any questions. Open to all Northwestern students. RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

  • University of Virginia Law School | Monday, Oct. 9 | 12-1 p.m. | Norris, Wildcat Room
  • Columbia Law School | Monday, Oct. 9 | 4-5 p.m. | Norris, Louis Room North

EMPLOYER ACTIVITY

Below find next week’s employer information sessions, coffee chats, and networking events. Log into CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) for complete details and to RSVP, and view the full list of fall employer events. Please note: Times and locations are subject to change, so please check details in CareerCat the day of the event to confirm.

While the dress code for all information sessions, networking nights, and coffee chats is business casual, the dress code for interviews is still business professional. Below is an infographic describing the differences between business professional (interview) attire and business casual (employer event) attire.

  • Monday, Oct. 2:T. Kearney, E*TRADE Financial Corporation, Jupiter Peak Capital, Marakon, PwC*, Oliver Wyman
  • Tuesday, Oct. 3: Analysis Group (coffee chat, info session), Capco, Goldman Sachs, Nielsen, DaVita
  • Wednesday, Oct. 4: Capco (coffee chats, workshop), Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Facebook, Boston Consulting Group, Antares Capital, Capgemini
  • Thursday, Oct. 5: Accenture* (networking event), Fitch Ratings, The Cambridge Group, AQR Capital Management*, Pace Harmon, Procter & Gamble
  • Monday, Oct. 9: Accenture* Strategy (networking event), IRI

*Denotes an NCA corporate sponsor

Room reservations for virtual interviews
Do you need a quiet space to conduct a virtual interview via phone or Skype? Interview rooms are available in NCA’s Interview Center at 630 Lincoln St. Email recruit@northwestern.edu to reserve a room.

NCA’s 2nd annual Alternate Careers in Educate (ACE) Panel & Career Fair

NCA’s 2nd annual Alternate Careers in Education (ACE) Panel & Career Fair is happening Thursday, Oct. 12 from 12-3 p.m. in the Northwestern/Lake Rooms of Norris. The panel takes place from 12-12:45 p.m. in Norris, Northwestern Room and the fair takes place immediately following from 12:45-3 p.m. next door in the Lake Room.

The event is open to all Northwestern students, especially those with an interest in careers in education – both inside and outside the classroom – but who may not have a traditional background in education. More than 10 organizations will attend, including Teach for America, College Possible, Urban Teachers, City Year and Regeneration Schools.

U.S. PIRG needs your help

U.S. PIRG is about standing up for the public interest and doing all we can to win – the same approach that over the past 45 years has helped us win literally hundreds of victories. Because of these laws and other policies, people are recycling more and wasting less, buying healthier and safer products, getting a better deal on credit card fees and student loans, driving cleaner and safer cars, drinking cleaner water, and living longer, healthier lives.

We’re looking for smart, passionate, and driven students who work well in a team and want to make a tangible difference. Specifically, we’re hiring our 2018 class of U.S. PIRG Fellows and Digital Campaigners to help run powerful campaigns for the public interest.

We need students from Northwestern University to join our fight and become leaders who will stand up for what’s right.

The Fellowship program is a great entry point to fact-based advocacy. During your 2-year fellowship, you will learn everything you need to know to become an advocate for issues like consumer protection, government reform, and modernizing our elections.

As a Digital Campaigner, you will support our campaign team by running a powerful digital campaign to tackle problems like the overuse of antibiotics and overturning Citizen’s United.

If you are interested in applying for one of our positions, visit our website at jobs.uspirg.org to fill out an application.

Our mailing address is:

U.S. PIRG

328 S. Jefferson St.

Suite 620

Chicago, IL 60661

 

NCA’s Fall Internship & Job Fair 9/26-27

The Two-day Fall Internship & Job Fair will be held next week on Tuesday, Sept. 26 & Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 12-4 p.m. in Norris, 2nd Floor.

All Northwestern students and alumni will have the opportunity to meet 160+ organizations in a variety of industries over both days of the fair. Students should attend both days to meet two different sets of employers.

Please note that the dress code for the fair (and all NCA employer events) is now business casual.

COLLEGE MAGAZINE STUDENT WRITER

College Magazine seeks writers who are passionate about the college experience. Writers capture student life through weekly articles. The writing opportunity begins with a 7-week writer training to tackle active voice, show vs. tell, interviewing sources and more. Working closely with our editors, writers transform their writing skills and ultimately uncover their voice. Writers also learn social media and SEO necessary for the real world of digital journalism. The opportunity is 10 hours a week. It’s a volunteer, challenging writing experience. Our graduates have gone on to careers at NBC, Seventeen Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Redbook, National Geographic, Random House, Rachel Ray Magazine and Washingtonian. We welcome applicants from all majors. Previous writing experience for a college-level publication is a plus.

To Apply: Send your resume to editorial@collegemagazine.com
Deadline: July 21, 2017 by 6 p.m. EST

NCA Career News: Startup recruiting panel, career ambassador application deadline + more

 

  • WEEKLY EMAIL: FRIDAY, APRIL 21

    Spotlight  \  Programs & Announcements  \  Employer Activity \  Resources  \  Other Opportunities
    SPOTLIGHT

    Become an NCA Career Ambassador
    Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 26 | Undergraduate First-Year Students, Sophomores, Juniors
    Apply to join the NCA team as a Career Ambassador for the 2017-18 academic year. The Career Ambassador program serves as a bridge between NCA and the Northwestern student population to increase students’ awareness of and engagement with NCA’s services and events. This is a paid position at $10/hr, and can be work-study or non-work-study. Exact hours may vary. Apply in CareerCat (Search Job ID 140042) >>

    Startup Recruiting Panel
    Tuesday, April 25 | 4-5 p.m. | NCA’s Main Office (620 Lincoln St., Evanston) | All Students
    Hear from a panel of recruiters from different startups as they discuss what they look for in potential hires so you can stand out in the application process.
    RSVP by April 24 in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>
    Tell Us About Yourself: Using Your Story to Drive Your Career
    Wednesday, April 26 | 5-6 p.m. | Norris, Arch Room | All Students
    Want to stand out from other candidates in the job search process? This interactive workshop focuses on the classic interview question, “tell me about yourself” and how to tell your unique story and stand out to employers. Learn more + RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

    PROGRAMS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    Introducing NCA’s new Career Adviser to Doctoral Students
    NCA welcomes Elysse Longiotti, assistant director and career adviser to doctoral students, to the career advising team. Elysse provides individual career advising and programming to doctoral students enrolled in TGS academic programs on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses and works closely with academic departments, TGS administrators, and graduate student groups to build and develop services and programs tailored to the TGS student population. Elysse will be holding advising hours in Evanston beginning April 26. She will be on the Chicago campus every Tuesday from 12-5 p.m. beginning May 2.
    Schedule an appointment with Elysse on either campus in CareerCat | Learn more about Elysse

    Advanced Degree Consulting Career Trek
    Apply by Sunday, April 23 | Trek: Friday, May 5 | 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (exclusive of travel time to/from the city) | PhD students interested in consulting with a graduation date of June 2018 or later
    Explore the field of consulting through an advanced degree lens with visits to the Chicago offices of both McKinsey and Boston Consulting Group. Learn more about different roles within management consulting, the recruiting process, and connect with industry professionals. Space is limited; applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until all spaces are filled.
    Apply in CareerCat (Search Job ID 140445) >>

     

    Graduate Students: Is Your LinkedIn Profile Ready?
    Thursday, April 27 | Tech M120 (2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston) | 4-5 p.m. | All Graduate Students
    Learn about LinkedIn, including how to optimize your profile and network effectively, and get a free professional photo at this session specifically for graduate students.
    RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>

    Alumni Mock Interview Night
    Registration Deadline: Thursday, May 4 | Program: Tuesday, May 9 | Slots between 4:15-6:30 p.m. | NCA Interview Center (630 Lincoln) | Undergraduate Students
    Practice your interview skills in a one-on-one general or industry-specific interview with a Northwestern alum. Interview slots are approximately 45 minutes in length. Co-sponsored by NCA and the NAA. Search Job IDs in CareerCat and submit your resume to sign up for one of the following industries (first-come, first-served):

    Career Development Fund 2016-17 Application Close Date
    The last date to submit applications to the Career Development Fund for the 2016-2017 academic year is May 11, 2017. Applications will be accepted and reviewed weekly until that date. The Career Development Fund is coordinated by NCA and provides funding to support or supplement the career development needs of undergraduate students with financial need. Learn more >>

    EMPLOYER ACTIVITY

    On-Campus Information Sessions
    Check the time and location in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) the day of the session, as they are subject to change.
    Monday, April 24
    Disney Animation | All Students | Details + RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) >>

    Important note about finance recruiting events: Bulge bracket and boutique investment banks will be on campus this spring for information sessions, coffee chats, workshops, and other engagement opportunities. If you are interested in learning more about these firms, their available roles, and recruiting processes, we would encourage you to attend these events; these firms will not be hosting recruiting events on campus this fall. See more sessions this spring in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions).

    Tuesday, April 25
    J.P. Morgan | Undergraduate Students | Details + RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) >>

    Wednesday, April 26
    Lazard Freres & Co. | Sophomores | Details + RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) >>

    Thursday, April 27
    Jump Trading (Coffee Chats) | Sophomores & Juniors | Details + RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions) >>
    Sample of Job/Internship Opportunities in CareerCat

    • Follett Corporation (educational products, services and technology) | eCommerce Specialist (Full-Time) | Deadline: May 14 | CareerCat Job ID 140600
    • Chicago Literacy Alliance | Development Intern | Deadline: May 26 | CareerCat Job ID 140546
    • Procured Health | Medical Device Research Intern | Deadline: June 10 | CareerCat Job ID 140583

    Looking for more jobs/internships in a range of career fields? Log into CareerCat to select, update or add to your list of career interests to get tailored emails about opportunities >>
    Follow @JobsforCats for frequent job/internship Tweets >>

    OTHER OPPORTUNITIES
    Voices of Experience Alumni Panel Discussions: Opportunities to Study & Work Abroad – Fellowships & Fulbrights (Hosted by The Forum for Languages and Cultures in the Buffett Institute)

    • Research & Teaching Assistantships Abroad – Humanities & Performing Arts
      Monday, April 24 | 6-7:30 p.m. | Kresge Centennial Hall Room 1515 (1880 Campus Drive, Evanston) | All Undergraduate Students | Pizza & Pop Provided | RSVP >>
    • Fulbright Research & Teaching Assistantship – From Albania to Zambia
      Thursday, May 4 | 6-7:30 p.m. | Kresge Centennial Hall Room 1515 (1880 Campus Drive, Evanston) | All Undergraduate Students | Pizza & Pop Provided | RSVP >>

    Hospitality Hires Chicago
    Friday, April 28 | 9 a.m.-4 p.m. | Palmer House (17 E. Monroe St., Chicago, IL) | All Students
    Interested in working in hospitality and tourism? Join this event to meet 50 companies in the industry—primarily hotels as well as some restaurant, retail, and miscellaneous hospitality-related businesses. Full- and part-time positions include everything from assistant general manager and sales manager to customer service representative and administrative assistant.
    Summer Venture in Management Program (sponsored by Harvard Business School)
    Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 3 | Program: June 17-23 | Harvard Business School, Boston, MA | Rising Seniors
    SVMP is a one-week residential educational program for rising college seniors (who have completed their junior year by June 2017) designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education. Participants are members of groups typically underrepresented in business schools and corporate America. HBS covers all program costs and, if needed, travel costs. Learn more about the program and criteria >>

     

    Explore Leadership Opportunities in English Language Programs
    Application Deadline: Friday, April 28 | 5 p.m. | International PhD Students

 

Nielsen is looking for candidates for their OTLP Program

Hi,

My name is Ashley Jahren and I am a Technology Associate at Nielsen. My coworker, Cody Schiffer and I are part of the Operations and Technology Leadership Program (OTLP).

OTLP is an accelerated leadership program at Nielsen focusing on the development and application of skills from Data Science, Technology, Engineering and Operations. This program challenges associates to tackle projects on the cutting edge of predictive marketing analytics. We are looking for innovators and problem solvers to help Nielsen  in this newly evolving field.

We are currently accepting resumes for a dinner with Nielsen upper level management and OTLP leaders in the Evanston Area. You will have the opportunity to learn about Nielsen and the OTLP program while networking with upper level management and recent graduates.

Submit 100 words about why you should attend to http://bit.ly/NielsenDinner and send your resume to ashley.jahren@nielsen.com and cody.schiffer@nielsen.com by April 12th at 11:59PM.

If you have any further questions or would like more information please don’t hesitate to reach out to cody.schiffer@nielsen.com or ashley.jahren@nielsen.com!