Tuesday, September 29, 2009
I'm sure most of you already received this information in your inbox, but just in case you didn't, I thought I'd post it here. Enjoy!
BU CAREER SERVICES
Here is a list of upcoming information sessions for the week of September 28th. For additional information, please go to our website at www.bu.edu/careers.
Wednesday, September 30th
Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon
Info Session at 3:00 p.m.
Career Services - 19 Deerfield Street, 3rd floor
Is an MBA in your future? Krystal Brooks, Assistant Director of Masters Admissions at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon, will be presenting an MBA workshop for students from all academic disciplines who may be considering an MBA in either their short or long-term career plans. This workshop will help to answer questions like: Why should I consider an MBA? How do I choose an MBA program? Should I study full-time or part-time? How do I get in? When is the right time to pursue an MBA? What can I be doing now to get ready?
Analysis Group Info Session at 5:30 p.m.
Career Services - 19 Deerfield Street, 3rd floor
Analysis Group, Inc. (AG) provides economic, financial, and business strategy consulting to a wide range of clients. Through our work across multiple industries (including finance, health care, and environmental sciences), we have built a reputation for excellence by providing fact-based, thoughtful interpretation of complex legal and business issues. Analysts have a unique opportunity to work with our network of highly regarded experts from leading academic institutions. After a few years of working at Analysis Group, many analysts matriculate at top graduate programs. Please join us to learn more about the casework, work environment and to ask any questions you may have about the position or company.
Resume Deadline for Hardware & Software Development Full-time positions and Hardware & Software Development Internships
Note: These positions are listed under the regular job postings list in BU CareerLink (job ID #703703 and 703704, respectively).
Interviews will take place at College of Engineering Career Development Office
Thursday, October 1st
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Info Session at 7:00 p.m.
Science Center, Room 107 (590 Comm Ave.)
CIA representatives will be at Boston University to speak about opportunities throughout the CIA, in particular, about opportunities within the Directorate of Intelligence and the National Clandestine Service. They will discuss both full-time and Internship opportunities. Please be aware that U.S. citizenship is required when applying to the CIA.
The CIA collects, evaluates, and produces finished reports on foreign intelligence, and provides senior U.S. policy makers with the most accurate, comprehensive, and objective information available using the most current technologies and employs individuals from diverse backgrounds. They are looking for intelligent, self motivated, and inquisitive persons who are interested in dealing with challenges for a changing world.
All positions require U.S. citizenship, relocation to the Washington D.C. area and a security clearance. All degrees are of great interest.
The information session will take place in SCI 107 (Metcalf Science Center, 590 Commonwealth Ave). All students are encouraged to bring a resume.
Visit www.cia.gov for more information on positions within the Agency.
Please RSVP to email@example.com or through BU CareerLink if you plan to attend.
Deloitte & Touche
Resume Deadline for Data Analytics Associate position
Monday, September 28, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Do you want to have fun while learning and gaining valuable real-world career experience?
Talentcultre is an innovative start-up venture in Harvard Square, Cambridge seeking Social Media Interns. This volunteer internship offers a unique opportunity to help expand our business via research and various social media platforms. Seeking someone with a passion for Social Media and technology, a Web 2.0 enthusiast that enjoys and understands micro-blogging, user-generated content, and online communities. The ideal candidate is focusing on entrepreneurship and public relations.
Time: 10-15 hours/week-flexible
Timeframe: 1 or 2 semesters; start date: as soon as possible
Responsibilities include the following:
Maintain, monitor and interact with members on applicable social media outlets.
Interact with our Twitter community with enthusiasm and professionalism.
Support public relations efforts and brainstorm creative approaches to expand business.
Attend phone/in person meetings and create assessment reports about social media trends, updates, and communities.
Research business articles, new business leads, blogs and videos.
Write/contribute to blog articles as applicable.
Create social media marketing outreach plans based on needs assessment.
Undergraduate coursework in Journalism, PR/Communications, Business or related field. Practical work experience is a definite plus.
Strong writing skills.
Demonstrated experience/interest in online community management.
Highly organized and able to work independently and collaboratively.
Desire to take initiative as new audiences and platforms emerge.
Polished presentation and effective communication skills.
Please submit your portfolio/resume, writing sample, Twitter handle (if applicable) and detailed cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also include details on your availability to intern.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
See below for details on their internship program.
At Cone, we recognize and appreciate the energy, enthusiasm and fresh perspective that students offer our company. As a Cone intern, you will gain invaluable, hands-on experience in the fields of public relations and marketing.
Working under the guidance of our talented, resourceful and dynamic mentors, each intern will be assigned to an account team. As an integral member of the team, the intern will assume responsibility for a number of support functions in a variety of areas. Interns will also attend educational workshops throughout the semester covering a wide range of critical marketing communications topics, as well as a career development session.
Cone Internships are for credit only and are offered during the summer, fall, and spring in the following areas:
- Brand Marketing
- Cause Branding
- Crisis Management and Prevention
- Corporate Responsibility
- Business Development
- Graphic Design/Video Production
- Knowledge Leadership
To apply for an internship at Cone, please send a resume and cover letter email@example.com.
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
- assisting team members with day-to-day account projects
-Excellent oral, editing and written communication skills
Please submit a letter as to why you feel you would be a good fit for CGPR
and a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, September 14, 2009
Professor Stephen Quigley PRSSA Scholarship
In 500 words, please describe why you believe you deserve this year’s Professor Stephen Quigley PRSSA Scholarship.
Please e-mail your response to BUPRSSA@gmail.com no later than Thursday, September 24, 2009.
Please be sure to include your name and e-mail address on your submission.
The winner will be notified via e-mail before Thursday, October 1, 2009
When I first decided to major in Public Relations, I planned on having more of a political focus. I was born and raised in East Boston, MA and come from a very political community and family. However, during the Fall semester of my Senior Year, I enrolled in Non-Profit PR. Our final project was to write up a plan for an American Cancer Society Relay for Life event in our hometown. After researching ACS for this project, I was hooked! I loved everything the organization stood for and I still do.
I currently reside in Danvers, MA and have a 3-year old daughter."
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Sparkseed Campus Ambassador Internship
Become the face of student social entrepreneurship at Boston University as the Sparkseed Campus Ambassador. Sparkseed is a nonprofit organization that provides mentoring, pro-bono consulting, seed money, and web tools to college social entrepreneurs. We are currently looking for interns to promote and market Sparkseed’s services at their university.
Time commitment: 4-8 hours per week
· Assist in the creation of a marketing campaign specific to your campus
· Identify classes, clubs, and programs related to social entrepreneruship
· Give away materials to increase awareness of Sparkseed’s offerings
Benefits to campus ambassadors:
· Gain marketing experience and learn new skills
· Have access to Sparkseed’s network of rising entrepreneurs and business leaders
· Leave a lasting mark on you campus by promoting social entrepreneurship
· Experience working for a start-up
· Be passionate about social entrepreneurship
· Love networking and sharing great opportunities with friends
· Have exceptional communication skills
· Be results-oriented, hardworking, and organized
· Social media and marketing/sales skills a plus
What else you should know:
· This is a virtual internship. You will check in weekly with Sparkseed to report your progress and get support.
· This internship is unpaid, but there are chances to win prizes for causing an exceptional number of your classmates to apply.
· Interns have the opportunity to become regional directors.
Please send a resume and brief cover letter to Tim@Sparkseed.org. Internship interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis with the internship itself beginning Oct. 4.