Category Archives: Career
First-ever SUNY University Center New York Virtual Career Fair 4/17/13
ONLINE through ZebraNet
For students & alumni from Stony Brook, Binghamton, Albany, and Buffalo.
Full time and summer jobs in all industries will be posted.
ALUMNI & FRIENDS!
Alumni Job Seekers|
What to bring: Many copies of your resume!
Professional attire is REQUIRED. What to prepare: Check out the event page on ZebraNet for the companies that will be in attendance. Research them and prepare questions for the recruiters at the companies you are interested in. It is also a good idea to become OCR-eligible BEFORE this event! Check out ZebraNet for the date/times of OCR orientations! Be sure to log into your ZebraNet account and REGISTER for this event! You can search for it under the ‘Events’ tab! Alumni Career Mentors
Unable to attend but interested in assisting students in their job search process?
Sign up to be an alumni career mentor, speak on panels or have students visit your place of business
Want to assist over e-mail or telephone? See the Career Advising Network.
New Stony Brook University Alumni Association benefit!
Are you looking for a way to give back to Stony Brook University? Become a Professional Buddy and mentor a Stony Brook University student of color for the 2012/2013 academic year through the Diversity Professional Leadership Network. We are looking for professionals with at least 3 years experience in one of the following disciplines: Law, Nursing, Physician, Healthcare Management, Athletic Training, Child Psychology, School Psychology, Marketing, Accounting, Electrical Engineering, IT, and Writing/Editing.If you are interested, please contact Kimberly Joy Dixon (631) 632-6805 by August 3, 2012
Friday April 13, 2012 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Peter Baik, Esq. ’95
David Cassidy, Esq. ’81
James Keneally, Esq. ’79
Laura Shockley, Esq. ’97
Erica Smith, Esq. ’07
Topics of Discussion:
Preparation for the LSATS
How to get into and succeed in LAW SCHOOL
The ins and outs of the LAW FIELD
Catering provided by O SOLE MIO
Hosted by Pre-Law Society, Phi Alpha Delta, Mock Trial and Stony Brook Alumni Association
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Charles B. Wang Center, Lecture Hall 1 & Chapel
100 Nichols Road
Stony Brook, NY 11794 (Map)
Contact: Sidra Mahfooz, ’13 email@example.com
Future Stony Brook Alumni
President, Pre-Law Society
Stony Brook University
ABOUT THE PROGRAM: JumpStart NYC is a FREE educational program to help unemployed, experienced business professionals find new career paths by re-tooling them to work at smaller firms, as consultants and/or in new industries. The next JumpStart NYC bootcamp begins on April 16 – 27, 2012, (Monday – Friday) including a “green/sustainability” track providing supplemental information on the “green/sustainable” businesses in New York City for participants who are interested in joining New York City’s exciting “green/sustainable” community. A key element of the program matches participants for a ten to twelve-week pro-bono consulting project (referred to as a “consulting fellowship”). The project enables you to develop new skills, while enabling the project companies to leverage talent and gain insights from an extremely experienced pool of talent.
DATES: The dates for the next JumpStart NYC classroom session are Monday – Friday, April 16-27, 2012, with the projects commencing in the middle of May, and continuing for ten to twelve weeks (half-time). The bootcamp takes place at the SUNY Global Center, 116 East 55th Street (between Park and Lexington), New York, NY. Please apply on line at: http://www.Levin.SUNY.edu/jumpstartnyc/participant
We know – based on our experience – that the program has demonstrated benefit to those who have participated; particularly for those who realize that retraining to work in different businesses could be helpful to them.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012: Information Session @ the SUNY Global Center in mid-town from 6-8 p.m. RSVP to attend http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2802058031
Monday, March 26, 2012: Participant applications are due by 5 p.m. (seats are limited, so please apply early).
Monday, April 16 -27, 2012: “Boot camp” starts (10 days – Monday through Friday); Projects follow the middle of May.
The JumpStart NYC Team
|Eduware, an educational software company, recruits primarily from SBU through the Career Center Oct 31, 2011 – 9:30:24 AM|
STONY BROOK, NY, October 31, 2011 – Hiring Stony Brook University students is essential for one local business owner, who this semester alone has added five more to a staff that consists of more than 25 Stony Brook students and alumni. Eduware, a Smithtown-based educational software company, recruits SBU students through the Stony Brook University Career Center for a variety of roles, including, computer programming, graphic design, office management, customer support, social media advertising and more. Owner William Stevens actually relocated his business from Huntington to Smithtown three years ago to accommodate employees traveling from the University.
Stevens, a retired public school teacher, has hired more than 50 students and alumni in the past three years and hundreds since he began recruiting through the Career Center in 2000. Today, his staff consists of 26 SBU students, many of whom come from the Computer Science Department; some are also pursuing degrees in business, sociology or one of the sciences, and some are alumni.
See full story from Stony Brook University Press Release at http://bit.ly/tUtByz
October 30, 2011 4:52 PM By JAMES BERNSTEIN firstname.lastname@example.org
See full story from Newsday at http://bit.ly/sCtO8q