April 27-May 1 at NCA: 5 Cool Internships, Consulting Boot Camp, Career Treks and more

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The latest in job and internship opportunities, career prep and exploration workshops, and campus recruiting and employer events from NCA.

COOL INTERNSHIPS

Five opportunities to check out in CareerCat:

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Press Assistant: CareerCat ID #104290, Apply by April 30 (Open to sophomores, juniors, seniors)
  • Crain Communications Research Intern: CareerCat ID #108972, Apply by May 1 (Open to all students)
  • Northwestern Office of Global Marketing Social Media Specialist Intern: CareerCat ID #112214, Apply by May 8 (Open to all students)
  • Sodexo Solution Center Intern: CareerCat ID #111407, Apply by May 15 (Open to juniors)
  • Y.O.U. Summer 2015 Development Fellowship / Inspire Fellows Program: CareerCat IDs: 111337, 106475, Apply by May 15 (Open to all students)

Interested in getting customized internship and job search emails sent directly to your inbox? Use your own search criteria for internships and full time opportunities withCareerCat’s Job Search Agent.

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Employer Activities

McKinsey’s Undergraduate Women’s Impact Award
First year, sophomore and junior women are eligible to apply

Applications due on Friday, May 8
The McKinsey Women’s Impact Award will celebrate and support women who strive to meaningfully change the world. Award recipients receive $4,000 toward their summer employment, volunteer work, research or independent project pertaining to the fields of global public health, economic development and opportunity creation, sustainability and social innovation and technology.

NCA Workshops & Opportunities

Talk to NCA
Monday, April 27, 11-1 p.m. | Starbucks Lounge in Norris Center | Open to undergraduate students
Searching for an internship/full-time position? NCA staff will be @ the Starbucks Lounge in Norris to help you identify opportunities in CareerCat and beyond. Stop by with your questions!

 Become a 2015-2016 NCA Career Ambassador
Apply in CareerCat by Monday, April 27: Search CareerCat ID #111202
Are you an enthusiastic, dedicated first year undergraduate student or sophomore? Want to become an expert in resume and cover letter writing? Want to build leadership skills and assist fellow students in their career development? Apply to be a member of the 2015-2016 NCA Career Ambassador team. A quarterly stipend is provided to those selected.

Out in the Workplace
Thursday, April 30, 6-8 p.m. | Norris, Rock Room | Open to all NU students
RSVP requested in CareerCat (under Events > Workshops)
All are invited to learn about LGBTQ considerations in the workplace. Hear from a panel of out professionals (from Accenture, Slalom Consulting, Goldman Sachs and Benchtools – Performics) and have the opportunity to learn about resources and current trends. Students can ask questions anonymously or have one-on-one conversations with out professionals about their experience. Students are also welcome to discuss questions and concerns in groups. Co-sponsored by NUGALA, Rainbow Alliance, and the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center.

NCA Consulting Boot Camp 
Apply in CareerCat by Sunday, May 3: Search CareerCat ID #112145
Are you an undergraduate student graduating between Dec. 2015 and June 2017? Do you have an interest in consulting? Join business professionals, alumni, and current students as you learn best practices for networking and preparing for the consulting industry through a series of four workshops. Please note: Applicants must upload their resumes and unofficial transcripts to CareerCat (#112145), along with completing an application that is linked within the CareerCat description.

2015 Fall Career Treks: NYC, DC, LA and San Francisco
Apply by Monday, May 4 at 12 p.m.
Want to learn more about career paths in Marketing, Media, Government, Law, & Policy, Film & Television, Finance, Investment Banking, or Startups & Technology? Northwestern Career Advancement invites current first year undergraduate students, sophomores and juniors to join September Career Treks to New York City, Washington D.C., LA, and San Francisco! Get an insider’s perspective on what it’s like to work at some of the top employers in these industries while connecting with Northwestern alumni and industry professionals.

Spring Northwestern Alumni-Student Mock Interview Program: Banking & Finance, Consulting
Wednesday, May 20, 7-9 p.m. | 630 Lincoln St., NCA Interview Center | First year undergraduate students, sophomores, juniors
RSVP in CareerCat by Wednesday, May 13: Banking & Finance: Search CareerCat ID #111663; Consulting: Search CareerCat ID #111664
Participate in a one-on-one interview with a Northwestern alum and receive constructive feedback regarding interview skills.

Other Career & Professional Opportunities

New Chapter. NU Network: Student and Alumni Networking Reception
Thursday, April 30 | 6-8 p.m.

Open to senior students only, must be 21 years of age or older to attend
Register and complete details
Join this networking reception to meet accomplished alumni who are experts in your field of interest. Presented by the Northwestern Alumni Association.

Apply to join NU Threads 2015-16 Executive Board
Apply by Sunday, May 3
NU Threads, Northwestern’s shared formalwear closet, is looking for its next Executive Board. NU Threads rents formalwear to students for free, so that clothing will never be the reason that students have to forego an opportunity while at NU. Email threads@u.northwestern.edu with any questions.

NU Club of DC Scholarship Opportunity
Application deadline: Friday, June 5 | Open to undergraduate and graduate students
Are you participating in an unpaid summer internship at a government, NGO, non-profit or media organization in Washington, D.C.? The NU Club of DC Scholarship Fund supplements student(s) living costs (including food, housing, and transportation) so that they can focus their time in Washington on professional and educational development. In order to qualify, you must be from outside the Washington, D.C. metro area (DC/MD/VA) and should be pursuing an unpaid position. In your application, please explain (approx. 500 words) why this internship opportunity in D.C. is important to your future career goals and how this scholarship would help you get there. Please submit your application by e-mail to Michele Cahill, Associate Director, Alumni Clubs and Programs, Northwestern Alumni Association, at michele.cahill@northwestern.edu. Please make the subject: “NU Club of DC: Internship Application.” If you have any questions, please contact her via e-mail or phone at (847) 467-3545.

More career events? Check out the new Careers tab on PVMNT.

CAREER WISDOM: Making Career Choices
Not sure which career is the right fit? Exploring career paths, reflecting on your values, skills and interests, and meeting with your NCA career counselor are just a few steps to take that can make the career decision-making process easier. More on making career choices?

Find daily career wisdom at @NUCareerAdvance and job and internship opportunities from CareerCat at @JobsforCats.

PLUS (Peer-Led Undergraduate Study), our walk-in study tables program, is up and running for the quarter.

PLUS is a free program that is available for all students.

PLUS is a structured opportunity for students to study with others in their classes. It is a drop-in program, offered weekly, and no registration is necessary. During sessions, peer leaders (students who have taken and done well in the courses) will be available to answer questions, though the focus is on collaborative learning with classmates. We’ve partnered with the Office of Residential Academic Initiatives and have received great feedback about the program this year.

Sessions will run weekly each Sunday from 3-4:30pm in Allison dining hall. Please see attached for details and supported courses.

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2015 Undergraduate Research & Arts Exposition

The 2015 Undergraduate Research & Arts Exposition is an amazing opportunity to present your independent project to a wide audience. It’s Northwestern’s in-house conference on undergraduate research. All schools and majors welcome.

Your project does not need to be complete. Apply now to save your spot and get your poster ready later.

  • Get feedback on your work from faculty. Get presentation experience at the Expo.
  • Poster deadline: April 26th.
  • The application is short and easy to Just write a paragraph about your work. (Read our guide to writing an abstract.)

UndergradResearch.Northwestern.edu/Expo

LEOPOLD FELLOWS—Call for Applications for 2015-2016

LEOPOLD FELLOWS—Call for Applications for 2015-2016

The Nicholas D. Chabraja Center for Historical Studies announces the 8th year of its undergraduate program honoring Professor Richard Leopold, a long-time member of the NU Department of History. The program provides a small group of able undergraduate students with an opportunity to engage in genuine historical research. Leopold Fellows will work on current History faculty research projects, learning how to interpret archival and documentary materials. Successful candidates should demonstrate an interest in learning how to interpret complex primary data. Working under the guidance of a member of the Department of History, the Leopold Fellow will learn how scholars develop arguments out of diverse research materials.

Each Leopold Fellow receives financial support as a Research Assistant (at $10 per hour for a possible average of 8-10 hours a week). The program should not be confused with Work-Study. The program may also fund travel or other expenses incurred by the Leopold Fellows.

Students may apply to be Leopold Fellows for two or three quarters, which can include the summer. Leopold Fellows and their mentors are invited to joint meetings throughout the year, culminating in a presentation of their research at the end of Spring Quarter.They also fill out a survey for the Center at the end of the fellowship period.

Application process: Please look over our list of faculty projects (below and attached) and if interested apply for a Fellowship.  History faculty may nominate students to apply or interested students may apply in response to a specific faculty project. In either case, please provide the following information:

 

  • one-page resume with name, year, and contact information
  • list of history classes taken (with grades received)
  • short statement about why you would like to pursue a Leopold Fellowship, indicating on which

ONE or TWO projects you would like to work and what quarters you are AVAILABLE.

 

Please send applications to Asst. Director Elzbieta Foeller-Pituch via e-mail at efp@northwestern.edu. The deadline for completed applications is Monday, MAY 4 by 4 p.m.  Faculty may wish to interview you in the next few weeks. Announcement of successful candidates will occur in the fourth week of May.

 

Questions should be directed via e-mail to chs@northwestern.edu or phone (847-467-0885).The CCHS website is at www.historicalstudies.northwestern.edu and updated FACULTY RESEARCH PROJECT descriptions and details can be viewed online at http://www.historicalstudies.northwestern.edu/leopold.htm .

 

Please note: Leopold Fellows may be dropped from the program, if they fail to work closely with their mentor or cannot carry out the proposed research assignment in a timely and ethical fashion.

 

FACULTY PROJECTS—for more detailed information, see attachment

 

  • Henry BINFORD–Small Business in Poor Urban Communities
  • Deborah COHEN–Women with Money
  • Benjamin FROMMER–The Ghetto without Walls: The Holocaust in Bohemia and Moravia (languages: English and/or Hebrew)
  • Joanna GRISINGER–New Voices in Closed Spaces: The Administrative State and the Right to Participate
  • Kate MASUR–Liberty, Policing, and the Rights of free African Americans from the Colonial Period to the 14th Amendment
  • Kate MASUR–The United States during Reconstruction: A Public History Project
  • Susan J. PEARSON–Registering Birth: Populations and Personhood in the United States of America
  • Michael SHERRY–Go Directly to Jail: The Punitive Turn in American Life
  • Scott SOWERBY–States of Exclusion: Britain, Ireland, and France, 1640-1720 (French or Dutch helpful, but not required)
  • Helen TILLEY–“The Wisdom of the Peoples”: African Decolonization, Global Governance, and Cold War Constructions of Traditional Medicine (reading French helpful)

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COOL JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Five opportunities to check out in CareerCat:

  • Vantiv FLDP Financial Analyst Rotational Program: CareerCat ID #111793, Apply by April 21 (Open to graduating seniors)
  • Beghou Consulting Associate Consultant: CareerCat ID #111361, Apply by April 26 (Open to graduating seniors)
  • McMaster-Carr Development and Design Internship: CareerCat ID #111451, Apply by May 8 (Open to juniors)
  • The Mercury Theater Marketing and Public Relations Intern: CareerCat ID #111527, Apply by May 9 (Open to juniors and seniors)
  • American Medical Association Digital Analytics Intern: CareerCat ID #110911, Apply by May 31 (Open to juniors)

Interested in getting customized internship and job search emails sent directly to your inbox? Use your own search criteria for internships and full time opportunities with CareerCat’s Job Search Agent.

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Employer Activities

Goldman Sachs Workshops: Tuesday, April 21 & Wednesday, April 22 (NCA Corporate Sponsor)
Time, location and RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions)
-Resume Building Workshop
-Demystifying GS and Recruitment Process w/ Analyst Panel
-Investing in the Success of Women

 A Day in the Life of Deloitte for Engineers (NCA Corporate Sponsor)
Thursday, April 23 6-7:30 p.m. | Tech LR 4 | Open to first year undergraduate students and sophomore engineering students
RSVP required
Have you ever thought of a career outside of engineering? Join Deloitte consultants for a presentation and networking discussion to learn about what a day in the life of a Deloitte Consultant really looks like and why it might be a great fit for you! Food will be provided.

 Deloitte Consulting Fair (NCA Corporate Sponsor)
Friday, April 24, 2-4 p.m. | 620 Lincoln St., NCA office | Open to first year undergraduate students and sophomores
RSVP required
Meet Deloitte in a casual setting and ask questions about what skills might work best in the field. You will have the opportunity to speak with Deloitte practitioners from Strategy & Operations, Human Capital and Technology Consulting in a career fair setting, where each area of consulting within Deloitte will have its own booth.

 Youth Organizations Umbrella (Y.O.U.) Summer 2015 Inspire Fellows Program: Information Session
Friday, April 24 | Open to all NU students

Time, location and RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Information Sessions)
Learn about the opportunity to gain experience in organizational development, fundraising, or the non-profit sector.

McKinsey’s Undergraduate Women’s Impact Award
First year, sophomore and junior women are eligible to apply

Applications due on Friday, May 8
The McKinsey Women’s Impact Award will celebrate and support women who strive to meaningfully change the world. Award recipients receive $4,000 toward their summer employment, volunteer work, research or independent project pertaining to the fields of global public health, economic development and opportunity creation, sustainability and social innovation, and technology.

NCA Workshops & Opportunities

Fall 2015 Career Treks: Information Session
Wednesday, April 22, 5 p.m.| 620 Lincoln St., NCA office | Open to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors

RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops)
Learn more about the application process & structure of the fall 2015 career treks to NYC, Washington DC, LA and SF! On these treks, students will gain an insider’s perspective on what it is like to work at some of the top employers in Marketing, Media, Film & Television, Technology & Startups, Finance, and Government, Law & Policy. Find details about the treks and application (due Monday, May 4 at 12 p.m.).

First Year Focus: How do I speak with alumni/employers?
Thursday, April 23, 4-5 p.m. | Norris, Lake Room | Open to first year undergraduate students and sophomores

RSVP in CareerCat (under Events > Workshops)
Have you thought about contacting an NU alum but aren’t sure how to get started or what to say? This workshop will take you through the steps of contacting alumni and conducting an informational interview.

Understanding a Career in Finance
Tuesday, April 28, 5:30-8:30 p.m. | Norris, Louis Room South | Open to first year undergraduate students and sophomores
RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) by Wednesday, April 22
Interested in a career in finance, but not exactly sure what you want to do? Learn about the different areas in the finance industry, including: Investment Banking, Investment Management/Asset Management, Sales and Trading, Proprietary Trading, and Corporate Finance. Students will have the opportunity to meet with representatives to learn about the division, role, and skills needed to pursue an internship or full-time position. Dinner will be provided.

Out in the Workplace
Thursday, April 30, 6-8 p.m. | Norris, Rock Room | Open to all NU students

RSVP in CareerCat (under Events > Workshops)
All are invited to learn about LGBTQ considerations in the workplace. Hear from a panel of out professionals and have the opportunity to learn about resources and current trends. Students can ask questions anonymously or have one-on-one conversations with out professionals about their experience. Students are also welcome to discuss questions and concerns in groups. Co-sponsored by NUGALA, Rainbow Alliance, and the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center.

Become a 2015-2016 NCA Career Ambassador
Apply in CareerCat by Monday, April 27: Search CareerCat ID #111202
Are you an enthusiastic, dedicated first year undergraduate student or sophomore? Want to become an expert in resume and cover letter writing? Want to build leadership skills and consult with fellow students? Apply to be a member of the 2015-2016 NCA Career Ambassador team. A quarterly stipend is provided to those selected. For questions, contact Effie Loukas at effie.loukas@northwestern.edu.

Spring Northwestern Alumni-Student Mock Interview Program: Banking & Finance, Consulting
Wednesday, May 20, 7-9 p.m. | 630 Lincoln St., NCA Interview Center | First year undergraduate students, sophomores, juniors

RSVP in CareerCat by Wednesday, May 13: Banking & Finance: Search CareerCat ID #111663; Consulting: Search CareerCat ID #111664
Participate in a one-on-one interview with a Northwestern alum and receive constructive feedback regarding interview skills.

Other Career & Professional Opportunities

Connecting Confidently – Networking Etiquette
Tuesday, April 21, 7-8:30 p.m.

Open to seniors only, must be 21 years of age or older to attend
Register and complete details
Networking will become an important part of your post-grad life. In this guided reception, you will learn tips for remembering names, how to make a proper introduction, and more. Presented by the Northwestern Alumni Association.

New Chapter. NU Network: Student and Alumni Networking Reception
Thursday, April 30 | 6-8 p.m.

Open to seniors only, must be 21 years of age or older to attend
Register and complete details
Join this networking reception to meet accomplished alumni who are experts in your field of interest. Presented by the Northwestern Alumni Association.

One Acre Fund/Northwestern Careers Webinar: “Developing Skills for the Development Field”
Tuesday, April 21 | 4 p.m. CST 

Register
Are you interested in a career in the international development and social impact space? Do you want to learn more about what skills may help you get your foot in the door after college? As part of an ongoing partnership with Northwestern, One Acre Fund will host a webinar designed to introduce students to their work and offer advice and tips on how to develop skills relevant to the fields of international development and social enterprise. Plus: The Buffett Institute will be holding a screening of the webinar in Scott Hall, Conference Room 34. If you are interested in attending this optional group screening, please RSVP to amandameyer2015@u.northwestern.edu by Monday, April 20 at 1 p.m.

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 CAREER WISDOM: Post-Interview Thank-You Notes

A thank-you note should be sent to each interviewer within 48 hours of the interview and gives you another opportunity to summarize your strengths, talk about highlights of the interview, confirm your continued interest, and cover anything you did not mention during the interview. More on thank-you notes?

 Find daily career wisdom at @NUCareerAdvance and job and internship opportunities from CareerCat at @JobsforCats

Transcription job for interested student

For assistance on a project on YouTube parodies, I am looking for a student that will transcribe interviews. It’s about 30 hours of work that has to be completed by May 8th (approximately 10 hours of work per week). Other then that deadline, this job is flexible as you can work on transcriptions from any location and time of week/day. Pay: $12 per hour. If interested please contact lillyboxman@gmail.com

CALLING ALL PLAYWRIGHTS and WOULD-BE PLAYWRIGHTS and ANYONE WHO LIKES TO PLAY and WRITE!

The 346 Advanced Playwriting Sequence is now accepting applications.

Link to application:

http://www.communication.northwestern.edu/f/src/PlaywritingSequenceApplication.pdf

The Sequence is a YEAR-LONG course that meets Mondays from 3-6 pm.
The process:  Spend time reading plays, exercising various writing muscles and writing and revising a full-length play of your own.

The class is open to undergraduate students in all disciplines.

Priority will be given to juniors and seniors, but all are encouraged to apply.

Students must have taken Intro to Playwriting or a similar course to be eligible.

Applications are due by Monday, May 4th at 6 pm.
The class will be announced by Monday, May 18th at 6 pm.

Please direct all questions to Laura Schellhardt at lochness99@gmail.com

Playwriting Sequence Application (2015)

 

Looking for a dynamic, engaging, and performative job?

Apply to be a Student Docent at the Block Museum of Art! Now accepting applications.

For more information and to access the application, visit http://tinyurl.com/blockdocent

or contact the Block education staff at blockeducation@northwestern.edu or 847-467-6046.

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2015 Undergraduate Research & Arts Exposition – Application Deadline 4/19/2015

The 2015 Undergraduate Research & Arts Exposition is an amazing opportunity to present your independent project and creative work to a wide audience. With poster sessions, curated panel talks, and a creative arts festival, you can share your original work and win prizes! It’s Northwestern’s in-house conference on research and arts.

Share what you’ve learned or created. Get feedback on it from faculty. Get presentation experience at the Expo.

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COOL JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Need funding for an unpaid summer internship? Tuesday, April 7 is the last day to apply for the Summer Internship Grant Program. SIGP provides a $3000 stipend forundergraduate students participating in unpaid internships this summer (and who are enrolled for at least fall quarter 2015). You do not need to have an internship secured before applying.

Five opportunities to check out in CareerCat:

  • Diffusion PR Campaign Coordinator: CareerCat ID #109934, Apply by April 8 (Open to graduating seniors and master’s students)
  • Gary Kroeger Democrat for Congress Iowa District 1 – Intern for NU Alum/Former SNL cast member/Candidate: CareerCat ID #110754, Apply by April 15 (Open to all undergraduate students and master’s students)
  • Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Research and Analysis Intern: CareerCat ID #110588, Apply by April 30 (Open to master’s students)
  • Chicago Humanities Festival Web Content/Multimedia Internship: CareerCat ID #110538, Apply by April 30 (Open to all students)
  • Public Interest Network Digital Campaigner: CareerCat ID #107778, Apply by May 1 (Open to graduating seniors and master’s students)

Interested in getting customized internship and job search emails sent directly to your inbox? Use your own search criteria for internships and full time opportunities with CareerCat’s Job Search Agent.

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Employer Activities
Lime Connect Fellowship Program: Apply by Monday, April 6
Designed for current sophomores/rising juniors who happen to have disabilities (both visible and invisible), this program prepares students for the recruitment process and connects them with Lime Connect’s corporate partners – PepsiCo, Google, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Target, Bloomberg, and JP Morgan.

The Huffington Post hosts a Dessert & Drop-in: Tuesday, April 7 
5:30- 6:30 p.m. (Mingle); 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (Q&A)
Segal Visitors’ Center (South Campus)

RSVP in CareerCat > Events > Information Sessions
Open to all undergraduate students interested in writing, editing, designing and developing content for the biggest media publisher online!

Ashfield Healthcare Communications: Wednesday, April 8
Find time, location and RSVP in CareerCat > Events > Information Sessions

PEAK6 Investments Information Session: Thursday, April 9
Find time, location and RSVP in CareerCat > Events > Information Sessions

Workshops & Opportunities
Full details and RSVP in CareerCat > Events > Workshops

Navigating the Nonprofit, Government and Policy Internship/Job Search: Part 2
Tuesday, April 7 from 4-5 p.m. at 620 Lincoln St.
RSVP in CareerCat > Events > Workshops
While part one of this series focused on resources, this workshop will focus on specific internship/job search strategies and tools for nonprofit, government and policy positions. Please note that Part 1 of this workshop is not a prerequisite for Part 2; all NU students are welcome to attend.

How to Get Away with Study Abroad: A Student’s Guide to Leveraging Experience Abroad
Thursday, April 9 from 5-6:30 p.m. in Norris, Wildcat Room
RSVP in CareerCat > Events > Workshops
During this workshop, you will learn how to articulate newly developed transferrable skills and how to feature your study abroad experience in your resume, cover letters, and interviews.

First Year Focus: Assessment Boot Camp (open to first year undergraduate students)
Thursday, April 16 from 5-6 p.m. at 620 Lincoln St. (NCA office)

RSVP required by Thursday, April 9 (CareerCat > Events > Workshops), assessment instructions will be sent by Friday, April 10
This workshop will provide you with your own unique Strong Interest Inventory career assessment results, and help you use those results to identify majors, careers, and on-campus involvement. Food will be served.

Become a 2015-2016 NCA Career Ambassador
Are you an enthusiastic, dedicated first year undergraduate student or sophomore? Want to become an expert in resume and cover letter writing? Want to build leadership skills and consult with fellow students? Apply to be a member of the 2015-2016 Career Ambassador team with Northwestern Career Advancement. A stipend is provided to those selected. To apply, visit CareerCat and search Job ID #111202. For questions, contact Effie Loukas at effie.loukas@northwestern.edu.

Fall 2015 Career Treks
Applications: Open now through Monday, May 4 at 12 p.m.
Information sessions at 620 Lincoln St.: April 17 @ 12 p.m. & April 22 @ 5 p.m. (both will cover the same material)
NCA invites undergraduate students to join career treks this fall to NYC, Washington DC, LA and SF! Students will gain an insider’s perspective on what it is like to work at some of the top employers in Marketing, Media, Film & Television, Finance, Startups & Technology, and Government, Law & Policy while connecting with Northwestern alumni and industry professionals.

Career Fairs
Hire Big 10 Plus Virtual Career Fair
Tuesday, April 7 & Wednesday, April 8 

Northwestern students and alumni are invited to learn more about and apply for internships and full-time opportunities via chat sessions with employers who may not attend campus events. Register and view the list of employers participating. Students and alumni may register through Wednesday, April 8, but are encouraged to pre-register so that employers can review resumes in advance.

Medill/SoC Career and Internship Fair
Wednesday, April 8 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in Norris
The annual Career & Internship Fair, co-hosted by the Office of External Programs, Internships, & Career Services (EPICS) for the School of Communication and Medill Career Services, is an ideal place for students, recent graduates, and experienced alumni to connect with employers for internships, freelance, part-time, and full-time opportunities in the areas of Communications, Marketing, Consulting, Public Relations, Advertising, Media, Radio/TV/Film, Theatre, and Journalism.

Extended Express Advising
Through Tuesday, April 7, NCA is holding extended Express Advising Hours on weekdays from 1-4 p.m. in the Express Advising Center (Main Library, 2nd Floor, Core) to allow for extra time to help students prepare for spring career fairs and review SIGP applications. Regular hours from 2-4 p.m. will resume starting Wednesday, April 8.

More career events? Check out the new Careers tab on PVMNT 

CAREER WISDOM

Before writing a resume, review job descriptions in your area of career interest to learn about the skills that are important for that industry. More tips on resume writing?

 

Find daily career wisdom at @NUCareerAdvance