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Resume Rush!

Get ready to shine! Prepare a powerful resume now for the Career Expo on November 12. No appointment necessary.

Dates: Monday, November 3 – Tuesday, November 11 (Weekdays only)
Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm and 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Place: Career Development Services, Room 805, East Building


City Year Information Session and Recruitment

City Year places teams of committed young adults in public schools to provide critical services, such as tutoring, mentoring and running after-school programs.

As a City Year Americorps member you'll not only make a measurable impact in the lives of the students and communities you serve, but you'll grow as an individual too. During your eleven months of service, you will develop leadership and professional skills that can help you advance in your career after City Year – whether you choose to go into nonprofit, law, medicine, or something entirely different.

Take advantage of this opportunity to meet directly with the employer and ask questions about the program.

Information Session:

Date: Thursday, November 6
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Place: Room 805, East Building

For more information, contact Keith Okrosy at 212.772.4850, or email


Are you seeking a job or an internship? We will have over 70 employers looking to hire Hunter College students and alumni.

This event will only be held once this semester! Bring plenty of resumes. Professional dress is required (no jeans, no sneakers).

Date: Wednesday, November 12
Time: 11:30 am – 2:00 pm
Place: The Sportsplex, B2 Level, West Building

Review a list of the companies attending on the CDS website.

For more information, please contact Career Development Services at 212.772.4850, or email


On-Campus Recruitment: Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation

Don't miss out on an opportunity to get a job before you graduate! Full-time opportunities are available for the following position: After School Program Director, Regional Director of Programs.

Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF) is the largest provider of school-based after-school programs in New York City and the metropolitan region. The After School Program Director (ASPD) has overall accountability for the growth, quality and success of the program operation, its students and staff. The primary responsibility of the ASPD is to manage the day-to-day operations in order to ensure that SASF's quality standards and guidelines are met and that the program is meeting all contract requirements.

The Regional Director of Programs has overall responsibility for the operation and success of 4 - 6 comprehensive after-school programs based in a K-12 school within the five boroughs.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, November 12

Interviews will be held on campus with pre-selected students for these full-time opportunities for graduating seniors. To be considered, students must submit their résumé by the application deadline. To apply, log on to your Career Hunter account at and search for Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation.

Students are strongly encouraged to meet with a career counselor in our office for a resume critique and mock interview to prepare for the on-campus interview.

For more information, please contact Career Development Services at 212.772.4850, or email


Information Session

Summer 2015 Internships at The Conference Board

Learn about paid summer internships with The Conference Board, a leading global independent business membership and research association working for the public interest.Summer Fellows will have the opportunity to work on diverse projects addressing business issues, recommend solutions, and present results to senior executives.

Internships are open to all majors with project areas covering data and analysis (consumer measures, global economic trends), communications and legal affairs. The presentation will be followed by Q&A session.

Date: Thursday, November 13
Time: 3:30 - 5:00pm
Place: Room 805, East Building

Register to attend by logging on to and see Events.


Children's Corps - Information Session

Want to make a difference in the lives of families and children? The Children's Corps is an innovative and exciting program created to equalize life opportunities for children and families involved in the child welfare system. Inspired by the model used by Teach for America, Children's Corps recruits, trains, places, and supports individuals who are dedicated and committed to making a difference.

Corps members commit to agencies for two years of casework and agencies provide a full salary, complete benefits and further training. Throughout the two years Children's Corps provides support, mentoring, and professional development for its members as well as for the agency as a whole. Salary range: $30,000 - $38,000 with full benefits with an undergraduate degree and $40,000 - $45,000 with a MSW or related Masters. The recruiter will be on campus to discuss the program and application process

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Bachelors degree by June 2015
  • Eligible to work in the United States.

Date: Tuesday, November 18
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Place: Room 805, East Building


Summer 2015 Internships in Publishing at HarperCollins

Join us for an information session regarding Summer 2015 internships at HarperCollins. Learn about the diversity of paid summer internships in book publishing and how you can apply for these opportunities. Although interns will work for a specific department including, Editorial, Publicity, Marketing, or Digital they will be exposed to the entire publishing process through HarperCollin's summer internship speaker series.

Information Session will be followed by Q & A.

Date:  Thursday, November 20
Time:  3:30 - 5:00pm
Place:  Room 805, East Building

Register to attend by logging on to and see Events.

For more information, please contact Career Development Services at 212.772.4850, or email


About Career Development Services

Every semester, we offer a wide variety of events such as career expos, career panels and workshops, on-campus employer interviews, and information sessions. Please return to this page for more information about upcoming events.

Jobs and internships are available through our online data base ORION. We encourage you to visit us often, in person and online, beginning in your freshman year and continuing through senior year and graduation. See how we can help!





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