Upcoming Events

  1. Recruit Tennessee Alumni Only »

    Thursday Nov 7

    11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Alumni Only: Land Your Dream Job at Recruit Tennessee on Thursday November 7th , 2013 from 11:00am to 3:00pm at Tennessee State University, Kean Hall , 3500 John A Merritt Boulevard 
Nashville, TN 37209. There will be 10 universities and colleges participating and we will have over 70 top companies from the Nashville area with 100’s of open positions. Some of the employers attending include: Verizon, Ingram Content, Brooksource… These companies are looking to recruit graduates from the participating colleges and universities. To REGISTER and review all employers who have registered and their current open positions, please click on this link: https://recruitnash.eventbrite.com/
  2. The Wildlife Center of Virginia's 18th Annual Call of the Wild Conference »

    Saturday Nov 9 - Sunday Nov 10

    All day

    Best Western Inn & Suites Conference Center Waynesboro, VA. The Wildlife Center of Virginia is offering a special student discount for our 18th annual Call of the Wild Conference! For those students who are interested in a career with wildlife, there are a variety of classes of interest. Classes on training, ecology of Virginia turtles, patient stabilization, treating contaminated birds, and a glimpse of wildlife rehabilitation in Africa are just a few of the many sessions that will be offered. Registration for students is $50 for one day, $80 for both days. The fee includes lunch, as well as tickets for a chance to win fabulous door prizes! More information (including a full schedule and registration in mid-September) is available on the Wildlife Center’s website, www.wildlifecenter.org. Questions? Please contact Amanda Nicholson at 540-942-9453 or anicholson@wildlifecenter.org. Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/wildlifecenter Twitter: @WCVtweets
  3. Challenge Consortium Federal Career Connections »

    Wednesday Nov 13

    10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    The event will feature small panel presentations with each panelist describing the types of career opportunities with their respective organizations and other important information. Event will be held in the Florence Elston Inn and Conference Center at Sweet Briar College in Sweet Briar, Virginia.
  4. Summer Opportunities Panel »

    Wednesday Nov 13

    6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    This Wednesday at 6:30 pm in Floyd B01 the Honors Academy and OURS is holding a student panel discussing summer opportunities. Laken Cooper will talk about her research in Kenya and how it was funded, Crissey Spicher will speak about her summer internship with the NCIS, and Bekah Webster will talk about her art conservation internship at the MET. Each speaker will talk for roughly 5 minutes about their experience, how they found about it, and the application process. Then it will be an open discussion answering student questions, it will be informal.
  5. Chesterfield County Police Dept. Exam »

    Tuesday Nov 19

    4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    Chesterfield County Police, Chesterfield, VA. Police Officer Opportunities. Free Police Entrance Exam: Tuesday, November 19th, 4 p.m. in Heth 044. ID required. Register in HireAHighlander for this event.
  6. Woodbridge Campus--Secret Service Recruitment »

    Wednesday Nov 20

    5:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

    Melinda Dobson from the United States Secret Service Recruitment Division will be in the first floor lobby area for a spotlight event on Wednesday, November 20th from 5:15-6:00 pm. Bring a current resume! This event is open to the public! Location: Stratford University's Woodbridge Campus.
  7. CIA Recruiter On Campus »

    Thursday Nov 21

    All day

    CIA recruiter will be on campus all day. Several information sessions are being provided. 10 a.m. Information Session, COBE building, Room 240 12 noon: Information Session, The Bonnie, Room 250 2:00 p.m. Information Session, Walker 279 4:30 p.m. Information Session, Walker 279
  8. College Hiring Day »

    Thursday Dec 5

    All day

    The Judge Group -14th largest IT/healthcare staffing firm in the United States—is HIRING in all major North American cities. Send your resume today to start your career path in the $135 Billion Staffing Industry – the 2nd largest and fastest growing business sector in the nation!! Call Today to schedule an interview for December 5th 610-667-7700 x 1516
  9. 20th Annual PBEO Job Fair »

    Sunday Dec 8 - Wednesday Dec 11

    All day

    Professional Baseball Employment Opportunities (PBEO®) is the official employment service of Minor League Baseball™, the governing body of The Minor Leagues™. The 2013 PBEO Job Fair will be held December 8-11 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Fla. The Job Fair is an annual feature of the Baseball Winter Meetings™. This is a great opportunity to choose from a variety of positions, meet with representatives from professional teams and interview on-site. Get in on the ground floor and build your future by attending baseball’s most popular meeting and seminar to find YOUR job in professional baseball. The Job Fair provides registrants a look at the business of professional baseball, as well as an excellent opportunity to find employment. On average, 450-550 jobs are posted annually at the Job Fair. Many of these jobs are internships and entry-level positions. However, some positions are for those with prior baseball experience or a related background looking for the next challenge. Most Minor League Baseball and Major League Baseball teams will be hiring for positions beginning in January 2014. Therefore, it is preferable for attendees to have graduated college by December 2013. For those of you who are not graduating until May 2014, do not worry! Focus on Short Season-A™ Minor League Baseball clubs, who do not start play until June and therefore typically start their new-hires later in the year. For a list of these clubs, please visit the classification page on www.MiLB.com.
  10. Washington DC Employer Site Visits »

    Monday Jan 13 - Tuesday Jan 14

    All day

    Join representatives from the Office of Career Services and Community Engagement in Washington DC for two scheduled site visits with regional non-profit and federal government employers. Students will be responsible for their own transportation to the Washington area but the Office of Career Services and Community Engagement will help coordinate site visit logistics and provide additional information to student participants.