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- Founded in 2008 by Penn State alumna Patricia Butler ('83) and her husband David Butler (former AOL Exec), ArtistWorks produces and launches online learning sites that use our patent pending Video Exchange technology to teach music.
- We are looking for a marketing intern to work virtually from State College. Duties will include: compiling lists of music schools and teachers, writing blog posts to publicize our online classical schools, and contacting various musical organizations
- Internship with the Human Resources department of The Madison Square Garden Company
- Duties include, but are not limited to: designing and deploying creative productions for marketing initiative, designing an email from scratch, and designing an original poster for an upcoming artist playing at a venue
- Internship with the Communications department of The Madison Square Garden Company
- Duties include, but are not limited to: preparing and distributing daily media clips from various news and media outlets for senior management, monitoring radio coverage and preparing reports for senior management, and assisting with event preparation and providing on-site support
- Internship with the Finance department of The Madison Square Garden Company
- Duties include, but are not limited to: assisting the Finance department in the day to day operations and functions, performing balance sheet analysis and research expectations, and maintaining barter accounts in G/L and Accounts Payable and other special projects as assigned
- Internship with the Human Resources department of The Madison Square Garden Company
- Duties include, but are not limited to: pre-screening candidates for the Spring, Summer, and Fall Student Associate Program and schedule subsequent interviews with recruiters and hiring managers, assisting with resume review for full-time and seasonal employment inquiries and enter resumes into applicant-tracking system to generate appropriate correspondence, and utilizing Internet web-sites to source qualified applicants for open positions
- Internship with the Marketing department of The Madison Square Garden Company
- Duties include, but are not limited to: conducting market research as it relates to a specific event to provide insight into strategy for marketing campaigns, staying up to date on market tastes and trends, and assisting with day of event marketing activities.
- Internship with the Operations department of The Madison Square Garden Company
- Duties include, but are not limited to: assisting the staff with daily tasks of filing and record keeping, assisting in maintenance of equipment and facility, and front desk and phone coverage handling incoming and outgoing deliveries
- Internship with the Sales department of The Madison Square Garden Company
- Duties include, but are not limited to: assisting with fan promotions as well as the season subscriber newsletter, assisting in execution of all out of arena events, promotions, and clinics, and organizing and maintaining storage spaces for all promotional merchandise and collateral materials
- A co-ed, non-religious work experience for rising Junior and Senior college students. Students are selected for their academic achievement, leadership qualities, and willingness to mentor a Jewish high school student and expand their own knowledge of the Jewish community
- Duties include, but are not limited to: an internship assignment at a local Jewish agency, mentoring a Jewish high school student, and working on the Mitzvah Project
- Mixed Bag Designs manufactures and sells reusable bags and accessories for fundraisers across the county. One of MBD's co--founders is a Penn State alumna and longtime supporter of the university and its charitable causes, so it was only natural that we launch our internship program at Penn State in conjunction with THON.
- Duties include, but are not limited to: developing and launching an on-campus and online marketing and sales plan
- CRM manager is a leading Salesforce.com Portfolio Company, looking for students interested in becoming world class business consultants. This internship will expose you to all aspects of our business; from consulting to management, marketing, human resources, and of course, salesforce.com
- This internship will help you develop your consulting skills, as well as enhance your teambuilding and networking skills. During your time as an Intern, you will participate in a series of teambuilding events, office meetings, sit in on client calls and networking activities.
Are you interested in interning abroad in Nanjing, China this summer?
Position: Student Intern and Teaching Assistant
Duration: Summer 2014, Mid-May through late June
Application Due Date: December 1, 2013
Institute for International Students is offering a summer program for current
Penn State students, incoming Chinese students who will be starting their Penn
State studies in Fall 2014, and students enrolled in the Institute's preparatory
The student intern will work 20 hours per week with the Institute for International Students at Nanjing University with main responsibilities including:
- Reviewing Chinese students' English essays
- Assisting the Institute's instructors to understand the U.S. higher education system in general and Penn State's system in particular through offering workshops, presentations, etc.
- Helping students in the Institute's preparatory courses to understand the U.S. higher education system and academic culture
- Working with the host institute and Penn State's course instructor
In addition to working with Nanjing's Institute for International Students, the teaching assistant will work 20 hours per week with Penn State Professor Gregory Smits, the course instructor for the summer program. Responsibilities include:
- Facilitating interaction between current and incoming Penn State students
- Helping incoming Penn State students understand and adjust to Penn State's education system
- Serving as an "academic cultural ambassador" to Chinese students in the class
- Assisting Professor Smits with distribution of course materials, especially for those students unable to access ANGEL.
Airfare and housing will be provided, in addition to a $2,000 enrichment award for the six-week program.
Interested candidates can learn more and apply to this position via their Network Symplicity accounts.
You have two opportunities this semester to visit with an IES representative to learn more about the types of internships available in each of these locations and to ask any questions you may have:
Tuesday, October 8
10:15 - 11:45AM in the Sparks Building Lobby
2:00 - 3:30PM in 117 Bank of America Career Services Building
11:00 - 4:00 in HUB Alumni Hall, Education Abroad Fair
If you miss this chance to connect with an IES representative, make sure to visit the Ed Abroad program listings online for information about each of these programs:
Congratulations, you have made it through Fall Career Days 2013! Hopefully you have met with some interesting employers, and have exciting new opportunities to look forward to. After the fair is just as important as the preparation.
Make sure to do the following:
- Send follow up thank you notes to potential employers, especially those you interviewed with;
- If an employer requested additional information, be sure to send it off right away;
- If you were instructed to apply online, do not hesitate, the sooner the better.
Now comes the best part: attending the fair!
- You should have with you several copies of your resume (enough to cover the employers you plan to visit, plus a couple spares in case a company strikes you by surprise).
- Be flexible: If one of your employers has a long line, move on to the next and circle back at the end.
- Be ready to talk with the representatives and have questions prepared!
A quick note about interviews:
If you have a successful interaction with an employer at the fair or if your application is selected by the company's human resources department during the review process, you may be asked to schedule an interview. Some employers may even ask you to interview the next day. If that is the case, make sure you get an appointment card indicating your interview date, time, and place.
In preparation for your interview, watch these quick videos on the Do's and Don'ts of Interviewing!
BP recruiters are looking for students from all majors who have an interest in learning about trading, marketing, or analytics. No prior experience is required.
In addition, BP will be holding a series of two trading simulations on Thursday, September 19th at 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM respectively in the Rogers Family Trading Room in the Business Building. The first session is open to Smeal Students only and the second is open to all students.
Please RSVP to Matt Soroka at email@example.com.
Here are a few steps to help you search for employers attending Fall Career Days:
Step 1: The Homepage
- Start at the main Fall Career Days website. From here select the icon "I am a student/alum"
- You will be prompted by a screen with various resources on how to prepare, strategies for success, and general F.A.Q's. Under "The Basics" tab, select Employers Attending.
- From here, click the icon Directory of Attending Employers. You will be directed to a search engine of Fall Career Days 2013 participants.
- Depending on what you are looking for at the Fair, you can filter the results of your search. For Liberal Arts majors, we recommend selecting Tuesday: Non-Technical Full-Time Career Day and/or Wednesday: Internship and Co-op Career Day.
- Once you have selected a day, you can choose from various categories including: major, degree type, and recruiting areas. Choose what applies to you, but remember to try several different searches to discover all employers that might interest you.
- Once you have found an employer that interests you, make sure to write down the Booth/Table number found on the far left column of your search results, marked Days Attending.
- Next, download and print a map of the table locations within the BJC. You can mark where each employer is, and then create a plan of attack, making the most of your time at the Bryce Jordan Center!
- Knowing the company Vanguard would be in attendance at the Fall Career Days, Jessica Tucker (Communication Arts & Sciences and Sociology double major) prepared to meet with representatives and successfully secured an internship. Read about her experience here!
- Watch the video below to hear about Psychology and Labor Studies and Employment Relations major Todd Kahn's experience preparing for and attending last year's Fall Career Days:
Remember, one of the best tips we can offer is to be prepared. Knowing ahead of time which employers interest you will give you the opportunity to research the company and present yourself as a worthy candidate.
As you begin researching employers who will be attending the fair, you might be interested in attending the upcoming pre-fair workshop:
Finding Your Top 5: Effectively research the organizations you want to talk to at the fair
Wednesday, September 11 at 4PM in 103 Bank of America Career Services
Visit the Career Services Fall Career Days website for more information.
Here is a quick 10 step guide to understanding the fair and being prepared!
Career Services in conjunction with other organizations and employers are sponsoring several pre-fair workshops to get you ready! Pre-fair workshops include:
- Marketing Your Liberal Arts Degree
- Resume Tips for Non-Technical Majors
- Interview Tips for Non-Technical Majors
- Finding Your Top 5: Effectively Research the Organizations You Want to Talk to at the Fair
- After the Handshake: What to Say to Recruiters When You Meet Them at the Fair
- Tips for International and Graduate Students
Several employers, including Johnson & Johnson, Deloitte, and Bates White will also be hosting information sessions prior to the fair. Liberal Arts majors can access more information about these information sessions and workshops in their Network Symplicity accounts.