Tag Archives: Jobs

Save the Date: Employer Visits and Upcoming Deadlines

It’s a busy start to the school year, below are some highlighted deadlines and events on campus we especially want you to know about.  Always check Handshake for new opportunities and events added regularly.  Welcome back to campus and all the best as the semester begins!

Sept 11:  Kantar Research Analyst #793823 JOB deadline, they are interviewing on campus later in the month

Sept 11:  Cadent Business Analyst #796240 JOB deadline, they are interviewing on campus later in the month

Sept 13:  Brattle Group Research Analyst # 904640 JOB deadline, they are interviewing on campus in October

Sept 14:  Kaiser Associates Information Session 7 pm in Hillcrest 103

Sept 15:  Barclay’s Information Session 2:30 pm in Hillcrest 103

Sept 15:  Springhill Consulting Group Analyst (#839402) JOB deadline

Sept 15:  Weiss Asset Management Hedge Fund Analyst #643066 JOB deadline

Sept 17:  A.T. Kearney Analyst (#915599) JOB deadline

Sept 17:  Oliver Wyman entry-level consultant (#928485) JOB deadline

Sept 18:  Kaiser Associate Consultant (#952471) JOB deadline

Sept 18:  Kantar Retail Information Session 6 pm in Axinn 103

Sept 18:  Charles River Associates Analyst (#938826) JOB deadline

Sept 19:  Beacon Group Information Session 7 pm in Coltrane Lounge, Adirondack House

Sept 20:  Fidelity Investments Information Session 6 pm in Hillcrest 103

Sept 25:  M&T Bank Information Session 6 pm in Hillcrest 103

Sept 25:  Analysis Group Information Session 7 pm in Axinn 103

Sept 26:  Oak Hill Advisors Information Session 7 pm in Axinn 229

 

 

26 Entry Level Jobs for STEM Majors

People who major in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have a valuable quantitative and analytical skill set sought by many employers. Sometimes these overlap into more than one category.

Not sure where you fit yet? Find the category for your major and check out the entry level jobs available to you with your STEM degree.

STEM Job Seekers: Meet Face-To-Face with Top Recruiters

Join EOP’s STEM Diversity Career Expo that brings industry and government together with members of minority groups, women and people with disabilities in the SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, and MATHEMATICS (STEM) career disciplines.

Friday, September 15, 2017 10:00 am-3:00 pm at New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania

pre-register at: www.eop.com/stemexpo

Questions? info@eop.com

  • Admission is free
  • Business attire required
  • Bring numerous copies of your resume (need help with your resume? Come to Quick Questions to see one of the Peer Career Advisors.)

Coolest Careers In Innovation To Get Into Right Now

In addition to being a truly inspiring and innovative field, STEM careers offer many benefits: financial, intellectual, and philanthropic. According to the 2017 update by the US Department of Commerce, employment in STEM occupations grew by more than 24% in comparison to non-STEM occupations, which grew only by 4.0%. Further, STEM occupations are projected to grow by around 9% percent by 2024. On average, STEM workers earned 29% more than their non-STEM colleagues in 2015. This premium has increased from 2010 by 3% and will continue to do so with the digitalization of our society.  Research done by the Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce predicts that there will be 9 million STEM jobs by 2018.

This Forbes article by Anna Powers contains a list of coolest occupations in STEM right now across three promising industries, offering incredible prospects for growth, impact and compensation.

Read the full article.

Job at CSIS in DC using Chinese skills

This came across my desk, referred by a Midd faculty member.  Get in touch and I can tell you more if interested.

Program Manager & Research Associate – China Power Project.  The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a non-profit, bipartisan public policy organization established in 1962 to provide strategic insights and practical policy solutions to decision makers concerned with global security and prosperity. Over the years, it has grown to be one of the largest organizations of its kind, with a staff of some 200 employees, including more than 120 analysts working to address the changing dynamics of international security across the globe.

The primary purpose of this position is to provide substantive, administrative, and logistical support to the Director of the China Power Project. The RA/PC is responsible for taking the lead in all program components, including: managing administrative and logistical tasks; assisting with program development; contributing to the program’s research agenda; and providing budgetary support. The RA/PC serves as the first point of contact for communications outside CSIS and liaises with CSIS operational departments.

More details and application information here:  https://csis-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobInfo&version=1&jobid=225

Information about the China Power Project here:  https://www.csis.org/people/bonnie-s-glaser

 

Goodbye MOJO, Hello Handshake!

Complete your profile and start exploring!

The CCI is excited to announce the launch of Handshake, a brand new platform for Middlebury College students. Handshake is replacing MOJO and offers more job and internship opportunities, a broader range of employers, and more fields. In Handshake you can:

  • Find internship and employment opportunities based on your career interests and goals.
  • Discover when employers come to campus for informational sessions and/or interviews.
  • Connect with alumni and employers.
  • Learn about events and programming in your field of interest.
  • Schedule an advising appointment.

How do I access Handshake?
Visit middlebury.joinhandshake.com and login with your Middlebury ID and password. You already have an account – now you just need to activate it.

Note: for alumni who graduated on or before May 2016, click “sign up for an Account” on the bottom left.

What should I do first?
Completing your profile
in Handshake is more important than ever! Because Handshake is customized for your preferences, an incomplete profile means an incomplete system. It means you won’t receive tailored recommendations for opportunities, events, or employers. The CCI has migrated some of your basic information (name, graduation year, major, etc.) but you want to make sure to complete your profile, including your career interests

What do I do if some of my profile information is incorrect?
Much of your information is brought over from the Registrar’s Office. Therefore, if anything is incorrect (i.e. major, graduation date, etc.), we recommend contacting them directly at registrar@middlebury.edu

Handshake is easy-to-use and even has a mobile app. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Technology Coordinator, Susan Sheets, at ssheets@middlebury.edu.