Monday, April 4th, 2011

Studio Art Alumni Career Panel – Thursday, April 7th

April 7th, 2011 | 5:30 – 6:30 | ELC Center Room Come hear advice and perspectives from Bucknell alumni who will examine career paths that utilize the studio art degree while discussing their work and available opportunities.  The conversation will include a question and answer period and an opportunity to meet (and network with!) the alumni panelists. Alumni Panelists: John Hartmann ’79, President, Hartmann Fine Art Conservation Services Lisa Miller ’79, Artist, Lisa Miller Art Beverly Tadeu ’79, Metal-smith, Jewelry

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Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

First Year Career Check-In: What You Should Be Doing Now

Coming to your Hall soon … First Year Career Check-Ins! April 4 – 15, individually scheduled 30 minute programs in residence halls…check with your RA to find out when! Wondering what you need to be thinking about and do regarding your career?  The Career Development Center and your peers have a couple important suggestions.  At this brief career check-in, to be scheduled on your hall, a CDC staff member and upper class student will share information about 2 important resources for you to know about:  1. Externships 2. Alumni (and how to connect). Bite-sized snacks for bite-sized information: Pizza bagels […]

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Thursday, March 24th, 2011

2 Minutes Could Give You 2 Days of Awesome

Take 2 minutes to complete this Externship Survey and let us know what you like! Why? Because the Externship Program exposes students to professions they are interested in: PRODUCER, DOCTOR, TEACHER, ENGINEER, SCIENTIST, BANKER, CONSULTANT, ETC and your answers in this survey will help  give us (the CDC) an idea of the locations and industries you are interested for externships. Externships are an amazing “Bucknell signature” program where we help connect students to alumni in a their field of interest for a a 1-2 day job shadow.  You apply to this program in the Fall of your Sophomore year (that’s […]

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Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Jumpstart for First Years

JUMP… Into the beginning of your internship and job search! Try this non-credit, 4 session course to get started with the CDC Topics Include: Self Exploration, Industry Research, Externships, Summer Job and Internship Strategies, Networking, Job Search Tools (Resumes, Cover Letters, Interviewing) You will leave this class with a great JUMPSTART on your career goals and with a great understanding of how the CDC can help! The program is free and open to first year students of all majors. Class is offered in 3 different sections: Mondays: 3/28  4/4, 4/11, 4/18 at Noon in ELC 302 –Sign up by March […]

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Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

Work for Alumni and Career Services Next Academic Year!

Want a job on campus next year? Join our staff as a Peer Specialist! Relaxed, low-stress environment with access to employers, food 🙂 and a chance to work on your own career plans! Numerous positions available. BRIDGE Deadline: March 25, 11:59 PM 3 Peer Categories – How do you want to work with us? Do you want to interact with your academic department and alumni from your major? The apply to be an Academic Peer Specialists! Responsibilities include working as a student liaison to a specific Academic group and will be project driven in nature (2-4 hours a week). Do […]

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Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

The Alumni Association Board of Directors is seeking applicants for its Student Member positions for 2011-12.

Apply if you want to help strengthen the network between students and alumni, develop/ carry out the Board’s mission and goals, and can attend 3 Board meetings (Homecoming, Reunion and Winter). Applicants should be rising sophomores and juniors. Cover letter, resume and faculty/staff recommendation are required. Deadline to apply: 11:59 p.m. on March 27. Those selected for interviews will be notified shortly after the deadline. Interviews will be conducted March 28 – April 8. Apply on the BRIDGE today!

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Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

UBS Freshman Forum: expense-paid immersion into finance world

UBS Freshman Forum is an expenses-paid, immersion into the world of finance. The program provides students with an opportunity to jump-start their career through an exciting, hands-on introduction to businesses, which may include: Finance Group Technology Investment Banking The program will include opportunities to hear from senior speakers, networking with recent graduates—in both individual and small group settings—a tour of the world’s largest trading floor, as well as building relationships with peers. Details: Location: UBS offices in Stamford, Connecticut Dates: May 19–20, 2011 Eligibility Criteria: UBS Freshman Forum is available to students who have completed their freshman year in college, […]

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Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

BPIP Spotlight: Hannah Zachary ’12

Hannah Zachary ’12 United Nations Office for Partnerships, New York NY BPIP Laura Kinney ’81 & Arthur Maidman Internship Fund Class Year: 2012 Hometown: New York, New York Major: Political Science and Philosophy Campus Activities: President of Habitat for Humanity, Member Student Lectureship Committee Goals: Policy change in the public education system My Experience: As the intern in the UN Office for Partnerships I helped organize meetings and conferences at the United Nations, attended meetings, wrote reports on past and upcoming events, editing the Annual report. What is the most interesting or important thing you took from your Internship this […]

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Monday, February 28th, 2011

Washington Media Scholars Foundation – scholarship and networking opportunities

The Washington Media Scholars Foundation creates scholarship, learning and career advancement opportunities for college students interested in public policy media strategy, research and management. The organization coordinates three programs of varying intensity to carry out this mission: Media Scholars Program. Beginning with the Media Plan Case Competition, the Media Scholars Program identifies talented undergraduates from across the country and brings the finalists to Washington, DC for a week of networking and out-of-the-classroom educational opportunities with organizations such as Google, Politico, CNN and the Wall Street Journal. At a Networking Reception held at the Newseum, the foundation distributes $10,000 in scholarship […]

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Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Toot My Horn!

I’m not one to be braggadocious but when I found out we had been listed as one of the Top 25 Career Services Blogs I had to put my modesty aside and toot my own horn. In addition to the obvious honor we felt, the list included blogs from top schools and many that I look to for inspiration; it’s nice to know I have good taste 🙂 Of course I want you all to continue to read the Bucknell Career Insider hourly (I guess I’ll settle for daily) but I also wanted to share the article so you can […]

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Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

First Years Now Have Access to B-Link

Congratulations on officially becoming a member of the alumni community on First Night! Alumni Relations & the Career Development Center are happy to share that you are now have access to the networks & clubs in B-Link, the online alumni community. This is a great privilege that comes along with responsibilities. Below you will see some tips of why and how to interact with alumni. Please read this and follow up with our staff at the Career Development Center or when we come visit your floors after Spring Break (more information below). Tips for Reaching Out to Alumni Effectively: Let […]

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Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

BPIP Spotlight: Claire Munley ’11

Claire Munley ’11 Women in Progress, Cape Coast, Ghana Philip J. Cuthbertson ’78 BPIP Internship Fund Class Year: 2011 Hometown: Ardmore, PA Major: International Relations and Economics with a concentration in Africa Campus Activities: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Admissions Goals: I want to one day work with international development My Experience: As the Business intern for Women In Progress  I was in charge of running a fair trade certification program, designing a new line for production, and holding computer and book keeping training. What is the most interesting or important thing you took from your Internship this summer? Learning about the […]

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Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

Announcing the New Stadler Center Internship

Want an internship on campus?  Check out the Stadler Center for Poetry’s exciting internship opportunity for qualified rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors who may wish to pursue a career in arts administration. The Stadler Center Internship will be most relevant to students interested in contemporary poetry and/or arts administration. Interns work for 6-10 hrs/week and are required to attend regular meetings at the Stadler Center for Poetry as well as all Stadler Center events during the semester of the internship. Applications should include a letter of interest, resume, and an academic transcript. All application materials should be sent by email […]

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Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Non-Profit Internship: Refugees International

Refugees International advocates for lifesaving assistance and protection for displaced people and promotes solutions to displacement crises. They are a Washington-based advocacy organization that is an independent voice for humanitarian action on behalf of the least known and most vulnerable victims of war, famine, and disaster. Refugees International accepts a limited number of applicants for unpaid internships throughout the year. If you would like to apply, please forward your resume with a cover letter to jobs@refintl.org and indicate your interest in a general, peacekeeping, research, communications, development, and/or congressional internship. Please make sure to include your dates of availability. Duration: […]

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Monday, February 14th, 2011

Communications and Arts Fair 3/1 – Sign up by 2/24

Communication & Arts Fair Tuesday, March 1st –Sign up Deadline is 2/24 5:30 – 7:30 pm MTV Studios in the Viacom Lodge – NYC Transportation Available (Reserve your spot by 2/25) The purpose of this event is to offer students an environment to network with alumni, parents and representatives from the Communications Industry  (Marketing/PR, Advertising, Journalism, Publishing/Print Media, TV/Radio, Broadcasting) & Arts Industry (Film /Video, Graphic Arts, Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts).  The Participants will be able to share information about their career paths, their organizations and any volunteer, internship and full-time positions they presently have or plan to have […]

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