You are invited to the Elsie Van Buren public speaking competition on Friday, March 24 at 2:00pm in 166 MVR Hall. Undergraduate contestants will speak for 5 minutes on why Human Ecology research is important to the world and compete for cash prizes up to $1000. Food and refreshments will be provided. Let’s all show our support and cheer on the 2017 Elsie Van Buren Rice contestants.
The 20th Annual Social Justice Career Fair is open to all Cornell students and will be held in 423 ILR Conference Center, King-Shaw Hall on Thursday, March 23, 1-4 p.m . The fair offers exposure to various union, social justice, and nonprofit/advocacy organizations. It also provides a forum to learn about job and internship opportunities, career paths, and organizations, as well as network with employers.
Students may click here to learn more or see current employer and organization registrants.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
JPMorgan Chase Representatives are coming to Cornell's campus to talk to students about opportunities for the summer of 2018! Come ask representatives questions and network to learn more about what they do! Representatives from our Asset Management, Commercial Bank, Corporate & Investment Bank and Corporate programs will be in attendance.
JPMorgan Chase Information Session & Networking Night
Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: The Statler Hotel - Ballroom
Open to: Students in their freshman or sophomore year
To Register: CLICK HERE
JPMorgan Chase Student Athlete Networking Breakfast
Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Time: 8:00am - 9:00am
Location: Bartels Hall, Kaplan Room
Open to: Student athletes in their freshman or sophomore year
To Register: CLICK HERE
They will be back on Cornell’s campus in April, as well as hosting a range of exciting events and programs around the globe. It is encouraged that you to check our careers website
Are you a freshman seeking advice about your career path or what things you should do? Attend this event hosted by the Cornell Career Services to learn tips about how you can be prepared for your career search!
Date: Monday, March 20
Time: 4:45 PM
Place: 3330 Tatkon Center
Join us for our continued series of young alumni returning to campus to discuss career exploration and professional transition. This will be an informal conversation over lunch with Rebecca Haft, '13 PAM and '14 MHA (Sloan). Rebecca currently works as a Senior Consultant at Deloitte Consulting.
Rebecca will focus her remarks around topics including:
- How she decided on remaining at Cornell to participate in the accelerated BS/MHA program
- Advice she has for students interested in graduate education who aren't sure how/where to get started
- Recommendations for gaining experience in your field of interest before graduating
- Sharing what her work experience at Deloitte has been like and explaining what her work as a consultant entails
- Successfully networking
- How her CHE education distinguished/added value to her job and graduate school search
- Determining whether or not graduate school or the world of work was the right next step
- Recommendations for holding personal values and the Human Ecology education while pursuing work in a meaningful way
- Provide advice she wishes someone had given to her upon graduation
- Recommendations for finding, cultivating and best working with mentors.
Please register for this program by emailing Deanne Maxwell at email@example.com on or before Friday, March 24th. Space is limited to 15 students. Lunch will be provided.
Date: Monday, March 27, 2017
Time: 12:30 pm
Place: 162 MVR (CEC)
Human Ecology Alumni have a wide range of internships just for HumEc students! Check out these exciting opportunities here:
A variety of PAID opportunities are available with nonprofit agencies in Westchester County, NY, and New York City that serve children, adolescents, women, and families. The Blumenthal Family works to ensure that each opportunity is paid. You must be a current sophomore or junior, who has not have done the program before, to apply. For more information visit the website here.
Internship descriptions are listed on Cornell Handshake (enter Blumenthal in the key-word search). Application instructions and deadlines vary by employer and are included in the internship descriptions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
If you are a sophomore, junior, or senior, there are many internship opportunities for you through the Greater Cleveland's Premier Summer Internship Program: Summer on the Cuyahoga.
These are challenging, paid internships at vibrant companies and organizations in fields such as consulting, marketing, communications, and HR. Search for these internships in Handshake under Summer on the Cuyahoga. Check for these throughout the semester since employers are continuing to add opportunities.
This experience is an immersion into Greater Cleveland – Arts, Business, Civic Leadership, Culture, Entertainment, Neighborhoods. The program provides networking opportunities with area Cornell alumni and young professionals who are change-makers in Northeast Ohio. FREE group housing with students from CWRU, Colgate, Cornell, Denison, OWU, Smith, U Chicago and Yale.
Visit www.summeronthecuyahoga.com for more details about the program!
New Job Media Buyer / Digital Marketing Manager (Google Adwords Display, Facebook, SEM, PPC)
Type: Full Time
Location Delray Beach, FL
Expiration Date 2017-04-26
Description: This is an opportunity to manage user acquisition and millions of dollars of spending for multiple LP digital businesses. This is a full-time position out of our Delray Beach office. Remote OK for the right team member. You'll focus on display -- optimizing existing successful campaigns and developing a comprehensive marketing strategy to acquire new members and traffic. This is not "just" a media buyer role, this is an entrepreneurial position that requires a combined passion for understanding consumers and pushing the boundaries of your responsibilities to help grow the business as a whole.
The ideal candidate has 2 years of experience actively managing programmatic spend in a performance-driven environment and is highly motivated to see his/her strategies succeed and scale. Find out more.
PATCH and MEDLIFE are proud to offer MED.Talk, a TED Talk conference that will provide members of the Cornell community a unique opportunity to share with one another their mutual passion for healthcare and to expand their expertise in different topics in the medical field. The event will be held on April 28th from 8-10 PM in the Physical Sciences Building.
If you have an innovative and interdisciplinary area of research or interest relating to healthcare and would like to present it to a large audience in a mini Ted Talk-style format, we welcome you to complete this short application.
The deadline for applications is April 12th! If you have any questions, please contact Amy Wang (email@example.com)
Call for abstracts!
If you are interested in participating in CURB's annual Spring Forum Poster Session on Thursday, April 27th from 5:00PM to 7:00PM in Duffield Atrium, please submit your abstracts here: http://tinyurl.com/SpringForum2017.
Abstracts will be accepted until 11:59PM on Wednesday, April 12th.
If you have questions, please email Allison Byrne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHE students may request up to $36.00 toward printing posters (glossy paper 36”X42”) at Mann Library. The College will send the names of the students who are eligible for this credit to Mann Library. All CHE undergraduate CURB presenters may apply even if they are working with a faculty member outside of CHE. Students in other colleges may not apply even if they are working with CHE faculty members.
To request this credit, students should submit the following to Kenna Snow-Tompkins (kms3) by Friday, March 31, 2017.
2) Net id:
3) Class Year:
4) Name of presentation:
5) Name of faculty research adviser:
6) Copy (electronic) of the abstract submitted to CURB:
Thank you for all that you do to support undergraduate researchers!
JP Morgan Chase Sophomore Development Fellowship programs are open to students who have a cumulative 3.2 GPA or above, who self-identify as Black, Hispanic, or Native American, and expect to graduate in 2020 or 2019 respectively. Candidates from all majors who meet these criteria are encouraged to apply.
Sophomore Development Fellowship
This three-month program is designed to expand students’ knowledge of JPMorgan Chase and sharpen professional and technical skills over a series of virtual sessions and two live in-office events. To learn more, students can join our LiveTalk event on March 29, 2017 at 5PM EST. Register by March 28, 2017.
Program dates: June – August 2017
Locations: Chicago and New York City
Apply by Sunday, April 9, 2017
JPMorgan Chase will cover travel expenses within the continental U.S.
Feel free to email Bianca Vaghji if you have any questions.
(Pre-registration required at BTF1@cornell.edu)
When: Wed., Mar. 29, 12:15 pm
Where: 103 Barnes Hall
For rising and current seniors in STEM fields who want to study 1 (fully paid) year at Churchill College, Cambridge University.
U.S. citizenship and minimum 3.8 GPA with significant research experience required.
(If interested but can’t attend, contact BTF1@cornell.edu)
Michael Morse, Executive Director of the Churchill Foundation, will visit campus NEXT TUESDAY to talk about the Churchill Scholarship, a 1-year fully paid degree-based program to Churchill College, Cambridge University.
When: Tues., Mar. 21, 4:30 pm
Where: G08 Uris Hall
Juniors & seniors in the STEM fields, with a minimum 3.8 GPA & significant research experience are encouraged
to attend. (U.S. citizenship required.) No pre-registration necessary.
If interested but unable to attend, review the Web site above
and contact the Fellowship Coordinator BTF1@cornell.edu,
or come to the info session on Wed., Mar. 29, 12:15 pm, in 103 Barnes as described below (by pre-registering by e-mailing BTF1@cornell.edu)
Thurs., Mar. 30, 4:35 pm, 103 Barnes Hall
For rising and current seniors. Provides stipends and individually arranged 1-year internships to increase awareness of Asia among future leaders in American society. U.S. citizenship required. May NOT have a professed career interest in Asian affairs or have had significant exposure to Asia.
(Goldwater & Churchill)
When: Wed., Mar. 22, 4:35 pm
Where: 103 Barnes Hall
An overview of major science-based awards of interest to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
(If interested but can’t attend, contact BTF1@cornell.edu)
HumEc Alumni Advisors are available to answer your career related questions. Are you thinking about med school? Taking a gap year? Not sure what career path is right for you? Want to learn more about an industry?
Take advantage of this great network of HumEc Alumni to answer all your questions with their expertise and experience. Search the advisor database: https://careerexperience.human.cornell.edu/aad.AlumniInternships/