The NYC Career Fair may have passed, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any job, internship, and networking events. Let’s get to it!
Editorial director of video and television for The New York Times Ann Derry, VBS TV associate producer Gabby Shaw, and design production assistant for NBC and Pace alumnus Max Janowski will talk about video production for web and TV at a Career in the Arts panel sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts on March 8 in NYC.
Looking for that summer internship with Fortune 500 employers? Stop by an INROADS information session (co-sponsored with OLAS, BSU, DHOSA, and SOCA) on March 8, 3:30 p.m. to 4:20 p.m., in Gottesman, Kessel Student Center in PLV. INROADS mission is to develop, assist, and place minority students in business and industry to prepare them for corporate and community leadership.
Interested in an internship that can make a difference? Want to explore career paths in government? Meet with Thomas Hart Armbruster, Senior Foreign Service Officer and Diplomat in Residence, to learn how your major can be an excellent fit with the U.S. Department of State on March 9 in NYC .
Contemplating a career in human resources? Grab a slice of pizza and come hear from industry professionals about the ways you can incorporate your major and academic studies into careers within human resources on March 9 in NYC.
Worried about acing the interview? Fret not. Susan Goldberg, executive search consultant and Lubin alumna will practice responses to traditional and behavioral interview questions with grad students on March 9 in NYC.
Also on March 9, the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) will host their 6th Annual Lunch ‘N Learn, where you’ll be able to meet NABA members and learn all about different professional industries from a panel Q&A and speakers including Ronald Taylor, VP Americas Diversity at Deutsche Bank. Free lunch will be served.