Come meet with non-profit and other socially conscious organizations to discuss full time job opportunities, summer job opportunities, and also internships. Companies will include local and nation-wide organizations as well as summer camps.
This event is for UMass Amherst and the local 5-College students.
This is a smaller event (about 50 organizations) and will have a more informal atmosphere for you to connect with employers. There will be a variety of employers seeking a variety of majors for their opportunities. All level students are invited.
There will also be summer camps present who are discussing full time opportunities as well as searching for students who are interested in working during the summer.
Resumes are optional but employers will eventually require one if students decide to apply.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 1:30-4:00pm
Scanlon Hall Banquet Room, Westfield, MA
Use "guest" as username and password to access list of attending agencies.
Parking will be available for visitors in our South Lot (www.westfield.ma.edu/map) as well as a shuttle that will deliver them directly to the job fair. We welcome your students/alums' participation in our upcoming fairs! Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions!
Details coming soon!
Come stop in for a 15 minute meeting with one of our career counselors!
Not-for-Profit Service Organization Panel
Wednesday, March 4, 5:00pm
Smith College Campus Center Carroll Room
Join panelists from Peace Corps, Americorps, Teach for America, City Year and Urban Teacher Center!
Make a difference! Do you want a job that you'll love? Do you seek a challenge? Do you want a job that will enable you to do work that matters?
Peace Corps, Americorps, Teach for America, City Year and the Urban Teacher Center will be presenting you with service opportunities after graduation and speaking about how you can be a part of one of these organizations.
Find out what they do and the career paths they have taken.
Light refreshments will be served.
What to Expect When you Bring your Creative Ideas Forward at your Internship and Beyond
Before an afternoon of 1-2-1 student meetings, Jason will give a brief talk about working in the tv/film/content creation business, followed by a Q&A about the role of intellectual property in both the creative process and the business of content creation.
As content creators, we face a whole bunch of seemingly complicated issues when it comes to our ideas and how and when we control and 'own' them and the work that stems from them. What's the difference between a job or internship and a co-production or partnership? How can you protect your ideas? What's reasonable, what's aggressive, and when should you be one from the other?
Are you interested in a career in public health? Have you thought about going into epidemiology or medical research? Are you wondering if a master’s degree is right for you? Sign up today to make an appointment with Noelle!
Noelle Cocoros 96F is an Epidemiologist and Research Associate in the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. Her background is in infectious disease epidemiology and surveillance. She spent nearly 8 years in the Bureau of Infectious Disease at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health as an Senior Epidemiologist and finally as the Director of Research and Evaluation. She received a doctorate in epidemiology from the Boston University School of Public Health where her research focused on influenza epidemiology and long-term health effects of early life infections. She also has a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in epidemiology from Boston University School of Public Health.
Noelle studied molecular biology at Hampshire and took a number of writing and literature classes as well. She worked in multiple labs, both biotech and academic, after graduating from Hampshire and ultimately made the change to public health and epidemiology specifically. She worked with Chris Jarvis and Lynn Miller.
The Alum 1-2-1 program is your chance to have a 30-minute informal conversation with a Hampshire alum. It's your chance to brainstorm, ask questions, and bounce ideas off alums who are spending their lives doing what they love. Use CORC's online scheduler (corchampshire.checkappointments.com) to sign up for a 30-minute meeting with Noelle. Be sure to include your division, phone number, and a brief note about your interests and questions.
If all time spots are filled, please call or email Liz to be added to the wait list (413.559.5445 or firstname.lastname@example.org).