Presented by the Career Development Center (CDC). Offices are located in the Everett Wing (next to the Groves Health Center). Hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. When classes are in session, the Career Development Library only is open Thursday until 8 pm and Saturday, 1-4 pm. Drop-in hours are 2:00-4:30 pm, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; and 9:00-11:30 am, Tuesday and Thursday.
These listings for jobs, internships, fellowships, and scholarships are only a sampling of the opportunities available at the CDC. For more information, visit our offices.
On Friday, March 1, drop-in hours will be from 1 pm to 3 pm.
Participants will learn about internship opportunities and their benefits, and be advised about planning procedures. Tuesday, February 20, 303 Shattuck Hall, 4:15-5:15 pm.
An overview of on-site interviews, including preparing for interviews and managing reimbursable travel expenses. Learn about a "stress" interview and "case" questions. Discussion of offers and salary negotiations. Wednesday, February 21, 303 Shattuck Hall, 6:30-8:00 pm.
What does a career in international health entail? What skills, experience, and graduate work are helpful? How can you get started? Presented by Jim Trostle, a professor of medieval anthropology with seven years experience in applied international health. Thursday, February 22, Andreola Room, Willits Hallowell Center, 6:30-7:30 pm.
For students planning to study or travel abroad, an International Student Identity Card is an excellent investment. The world's most widely accepted student identification card, it entitles bearers to discounts such as reduced museum fees, special rail and bus passes, and discounts at hotels and shops in some countries. Cards are available from Janice Kane at the CDC for $18.
Practice interviews with staff members using video every Tuesday and Wednesday at 2 pm and 4 pm (beginning in February) at the CDC. Call for appointments. If you want to keep the tape of your mock interview, bring a blank videotape.
Check the "On-Campus Recruiting Notebook" in the CDC library for information about both on-campus and Five College recruiting. Information sessions are open to all students. Check the Internet newsgroup "mhc.careers" for recruiting updates.
Seniors, remember to consult the spring semester recruiting list (and addendum) and submit cover letters, resumes, and other requested materials to the CDC by the appropriate due dates.
On-campus interviews: Microsoft; United States Marine Corps
Brattle/IRS: research analyst (collection due date)
Susquehanna Investment Group: trading assistant (collection due date)
On-campus interviews: Hannaford Brothers & Co.; Fund for Public Interest Research
Radcliffe Publishing Co.: publishing course (collection due date). Open sign-ups for interviews on Tuesday, February 27.
On-campus interviews: AFL-CIO
Information meeting: Coopers & Lybrand, LLP; 207 Blanchard Campus Center, 7 pm
On-campus interviews: Analysis Group; Coopers & Lybrand, LLP
Berkshire Learning Center: clinical trainee (collection due date)
Active Voice Corp.: software engineer/quality assurance engineer (collection due date)
Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault: paralegal (collection due date)
Hull Trading Company: assistant stock exchange trader. Submit by March 6
Reminder: If you are participating in any form of recruiting, you are required to purchase a 1stPlace! disc and register with the CDC. Discs are available in the reception area of the CDC.
Dental Admissions Test registration deadline (postmarked by): March 4; test date: April 13.
Medical College Admissions Test registration deadline Friday, March 22; test date: Saturday, April 20.
Graduate Record Exam registration deadline (received by): March 8;
National Teachers Exam--Special Area registration deadline (received by): February 20; test date: March 23.