This Week at CCE: April 2-6, 2012
Good news! Nationally, hiring is up 10.2% for the class of 2012 versus 2011, according to a recent survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. LionSHARE job postings increased 58% between 2010 and 2011 and continue to climb in 2012. These positive figures don’t mean that finding a job won’t to be hard work! We have available appointments so call the front desk at 212-854-5609 and take advantage of Columbia’s career resources now.
Want to get more out of your summer internship? If you’re planning to be in Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, or Washington, DC this summer, join the CU In Network to connect with other Columbia students in the area, get professional development and internship support, and an alumni mentor. Check out some of these summer internships in CU In cities , or find your own position and join !
If you have secured a position in a science, technology, or engineering field , join STEP by April 8 to receive an alumni mentor and career support before, during and after the experience. For additional benefits, see here . Still looking for a position? Check out: Infosys , and Celgene opportunities.
Have you heard of the On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Program?
Recruiter in Residence: Christie's - April 5
Business Etiquette Dinner - April 5, 6:30-8pm
Professionals in Residence: Alternative Energy – April 13, 9am-1pm
New Updates on the CCE Brainteaser Blog !
Calendar at a Glance: April 2-13
Set up a job agent in LionSHARE so you don't miss an internship or job. In the meantime, we've pulled a few examples of current opportunities that we thought might be of interest to you. View details via the links and log on to LionSHARE to apply today! The internships listed below expire between April 6 and April 12 .
The jobs listed below expire between April 6 and April 12 .
Looking for more part-time positions? Search "Temp Time" under "Employer Name" in LionSHARE. The positions listed below expire between April 6 and April 11.
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