Be a Giant on Monster

Get Linked In to all the HotJobs with a number of career networking events and workshops in New York City, Pleasantville, and White Plains this week. The job market might look a little scary at the moment, but with the help of Pace’s friendly Career Services, you’ll soon be ogre the moon about your prospects. (That’s right, we went there.) >>Read more

NYC Highlights:

Is there an advanced degree in your future? Is the jury still out? Pace’s Applying to Graduate Programs workshop on Tuesday, October 5, at 3:30 p.m., may help you decide, as well as explaining application procedures, testing information, and the Law School Program at Pace. Career Paths at Bank of New York Mellon on Wednesday, October 13, at 12:20 p.m., helps you discover how your major fits in with a successful career at a global bank. Ever been, out from 9 to 5? Well Dolly Parton was right; it is tough to make a living. Also on October 13, at 5:30 p.m., Out in the Workplace, lets you hear first-hand what it is like to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, or transgender in a professional working environment.

PLV Highlights:

Afraid your resume might not stand out in a crowd? Avoid the Wingdings and perfumed paper and head on down to Career Services’ resume writing workshop on Friday, October 1 at 10:30 a.m. to learn how to prepare a resume that markets you.  And once you have the resume that will get you in the door, make sure you’re ready for the one-on-one. The Ace the Interview Workshop provides interviewing tips for internship and full time positions. (Note: This event, which takes place Tuesday, October 5 at 3:30 p.m. is mandatory for new co-op students.) So you’ve got the insider tips, let’s see how you use them! On Wednesday, October 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. you’re invited to Mock Interview Day where you can practice your poise under stress.

You’re already working toward greatness, why not learn how to work a career fair too? On Tuesday, October 12, at 3:30 p.m., learn important tips on how to prepare for career fairs and particularly, how to stand out in a crowd and stay noticed. Finally, put your skills to the test on Wednesday, October 20, at noon with the PLV Fall Job & Internship Fair where you can connect with a variety of organizations, including accounting firms, financial services, media, not-for-profits, government, healthcare, computer science, hospitality, and more.

White Plains Highlights:

Remember those sayings you hear all the time but often ignore? Things like, “practice makes perfect”, “stay awake and stay ahead,” or that it’s “always good to know a guy”? Well, they’re true. Learn how to network your way, not only to a new job, but also to success with step-by-step instructions. This event will take place on Tuesday, October 5, at 5:00 p.m.

Packing a Solar Punch

Attention Law School students: The Environmental Law Society (ELS) wants to celebrate fall with a garden party, featuring food and live music, with a little helping of solar punch!

 
The Environmental Law Society (ELS)  hosts a harvest garden party on September 19 in WP to celebrate the fall and gather all of the fruit and vegetables grown in the garden over the summer. Meet some new people, hang out with old friends, play some outdoor games, and enjoy a special performance by  Solar Punch.

What’s Solar Punch, you ask? They’re a solar-powered band that uses solar energy to perform music. They are focused on transmitting solutions and ideas about climate change and their live music setup is a living model of how solar electric works. Plus, people think they’re pretty electric. We mean… oh, just get out there and soak up the sun.

“Like a Bridge Over Troubled Water…”

The Pace Women’s Justice Center is changing the lives of the more than 2,800 victims and survivors of domestic violence who PWJC serves every year, as well as the law students who work with them.

The Pace Women’s Justice Center became the first academic legal center in the country devoted to training lawyers and others in domestic violence issues. Every year, Pace Law students who participate in invaluable semester-long externships and summer internships come out of the experience changed. As a former intern says, “Helping women in crisis take the first step towards a better, safer and happier life gave me a true sense of purpose to my legal studies.”

Interested in working more with women’s issues and social justice?

  • Hope’s Door, Inc., an organization in PLV which Pace has worked with in the past, provides a safe haven to survivors of domestic violence.
  • Hour Children, an organization committed to the compassionate and loving care of children of incarcerated women, provides support and empowerment for mothers upon reunification with their families.