Engineers - this week is rich with opportunities for you! Non-engineers - note that you don't have to be an engineer to come to the Engineering Career Fair (Oct. 21) or Networking Reception (Oct. 20)! Companies are looking for students with a wide variety of interests including education, computer science, physics, finance, and more. Be sure to read through the employer profiles to see if there's something that interests you. Some companies indicated that they're interested in all majors!
Register for the career fair by Oct. 18th for a Fast Pass, and avoid the lines! Prepare by attending Making the Most of the Career Fair on Oct. 18 and by having your resume checked during SEAS Undergraduate Walk-Ins in Mudd (Oct. 17 & 18) or during regular Walk-In Hours at CCE.
Columbia International Expo - Oct. 25
Daydreaming again about researching in Asia or interning in London? As a student at Columbia, you have a diverse array of opportunities to go abroad, whether for study, internships, research and/or fellowships. This event will present to you the various international programs available to students with representatives from the centers, institutes and programs on Columbia University's campus. Register now , as space is limited.
AOL/Huffington Post Site Visit - Oct. 27
Visit the offices of AOL in downtown Manhattan and hear from a panel of Huffington Post editors (Columbia alumni!). They will discuss their career backgrounds and a typical day at AOL/Huffington Post. Both internship and full-time entry-level job opportunities will be discussed. The remaining time will be spent networking. This event is open to the first 20 students to RSVP.
Mark Your Calendar - Information Sessions for CCE Spring Internship Programs on Oct. 26 and Nov. 1 !
CCE is excited to offer 50+ spring internships through Columbia Communities In Action ( CCIA ), Columbia Arts Experience ( CAE ), and Virtual Internship Program ( VIP ). Make industry contacts, build transferable skills, and fine-tune your career goals in the arts and entertainment industry, in civic engagement and public service-oriented non-profits, or remotely through project-based work. See here for internship postings (stay tuned, as more will continue to be added over the coming weeks!)
Share Your Insider (Internship) Information and Win an iPod!
We need your help in providing more insider perspectives – to help other interested students understand what they can expect when working at different types of organizations. Share your recent internship experience with us by filling out our Internship Survey (use your uni and usual password to login). Answer all of those “have-to-be-there-to-know” questions: What is the work culture like? What are the people like? How interesting is the work? All students who complete the survey by Nov. 1 will be automatically entered for a chance to win an iPod!