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  • Dow Diamond Symposium

    The Dow Diamond Symposium is an exciting three day event intended for African American, Latino, and American Indian undergraduate students majoring in Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Accounting/Finance, and Business Administration with one of the world’s largest and leading chemical companies. Selected participants will be exposed to potential career opportunities within Dow and learn more about the Science to Our Success.

    Diamond Symposium participants can expect to:
    - Hear from dynamic Dow leaders on “How to Create Your Personal Brand” and “Build Networking Skills”
    - Learn more about Dow, our technology & products, our sustainability, and our employee resource groups
    - Participate in a cross-functional case study
    - Meet and network with Dow leaders and employees

    The event runs from August 21st through August 24th in Midland, Michigan. The symposium is before the first day of instruction for Fall Semester. Travel, food, and accommodation expenses will be covered.

    You should apply as Engineering or Supply Chain Management. Please review the qualifications and online expectations.

    For more information and to apply: http://www.dow.com/en-us/careers/diamond-symposium

  • United Airlines internship recruiting at UIUC

    Attention juniors and seniors majoring in Industrial Engineering or Systems Engineering and Design – Learn about internship opportunities available at United Airlines at the following events:

    Information Session

    Tuesday, September 6th

    7:30 PM

    Transportation Building, Room 114

     

    ECS Career Fair

    Wednesday, September 7th

    12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

    Activities and Recreation Center

    Please email Kelsey Blake kelsey.blake@united.com  with any questions about these upcoming events

  • Environmental Development Manager Position

    Attention Civil Engineers: Work at the CHA as an Environmental Development Manager. Apply today!

  • Microsoft On-Campus Visits

    Microsoft will be on campus. Come out to be seen and heard!

  • Out for Undergrad Engineering Conference (OUEC)

    Are you a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender (LGBT) engineering student? Apply now for the Out for Undergrad Engineering Conference (OUEC)! At OUEC you'll get the opportunity to network with recruiters from top engineering companies, meet LGBT peers and professionals from a wide variety of industries, and learn how to manage your identity to your advantage in the workplace. Airfare and lodging for all attendees is paid for by Out for Undergrad! Learn more and apply today at outforundergrad.org.

  • Morgan Stanley – The Early Insights Program for Women

    Freshmen and sophomore women: Explore the financial services industry. Application deadline: Sunday, February 22, 2015

  • Qualcomm - DECA 2015

    Gain experience in the wireless industry. Deadline: 11/17

  • The Hoeft Technology & Management Program

    Learn more at the info sessions.

  • HACU Offers 3 Summer 2015 Internships with Goldman Sachs

    Take a look at these opportunies: Strats Summer Analyst, Ops Summer Analyst, and Tech Summer Analyst; then review the criteria and application directions. Deadine: October 7, 2014.

  • Camp @ Goldman Sachs for Financial Services Industry

    The Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp is a two-day program for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American college undergraduate freshmen and sophomores who are interested in exploring the

    numerous career paths in the financial services industry, and learning more about summer internship opportunities at the firm.

  • Hacu-Hormel Foods Summer 2014 Internship

    HACU-HORMEL FOODS

     Summer 2014 Internship

    Paid Internship Opportunity

     The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is seeking stu-dents to apply for the summer 2014 Hormel Foods Internship.

     This is a 10 week program where students will intern at Hormel Foods headquarters in Austin, Minnesota.

     

    Housing and Travel

     HACU makes all travel and housing arrangements

     HACU covers travel expense (airfare to and from internship destination)

     HACU finds housing for student, and student pays for the housing expense

     

    Other Program Benefits

     Paid 10 week summer internship

     Hands-on job experience

     Full time job opportunities available

     

    All students and applicants interested in the full-time positions and internships, please submit your resume to chnip@hacu.net

  • BP's NAGP Discovery Day for Sophomores

    The BP Training and Development team is holding a recruiting event targeting high-potential college sophomores! This is a pipeline into internships, as well as the Graduate Development Program.

    Deadline to apply:  October 1, 2013

  • Nestle Opportunities

    Nestle is holding several events throughout September for Dec. 2013 - May/June 2014 Undergrads.

    Majors encouraged to apply:  Business, Engineering, Accounting, Economics, Psychology, Communications, Economics, Supply Chain, and many more.

  • P & G Networking Event and Presentation

    Event Date:  October 9, 2013

    Location:  Alice Alumni Center

    Time:  5:30 - 8:00 PM

    We invite you to attend our Corporate-Wide Networking Event & Presentation – ‘P&G’s Power to Positively Impact the World.’  There, you will not only learn how our values and principles enable us to reach consumers around the world, but you will also have the opportunity to network with recruiters and learn how you can make an impact on this generation and for generations to come with a career at P&G.

     Visit us at experiencepg.com for more Info!

  • BP's Discovery Days

    Application Deadline:  April 15, 2013

    Program targeted toward freshman and sophomore diversity candidates

    Introducing BP’s Discovery Days, a diversity leadership program specifically designed to develop the abilities you’ll need to be a success in your career – and prepare you to become a strong leader on campus and in your professional future. You’ll learn about the energy industry, build professional skills and earn a $1000 scholarship along the way.

    Please read more for further information.

  • IEFX NetWORK Lunch Series

    Be sure to join us for the IEFX NetWORK Lunch Series

    These lunches and workshops are part of our commitment to support you in your academic and professional development.  Space is limited, please RSVP using the form linked on the following page.  If you are unable to sign-up, don’t worry because there will be several events in the future.  Please read more for further information!

     

  • Raytheon Internships

    From a Raytheon ad geared towards NACME interns:

    If you’re currently enrolled in an engineering or science degree program (such
    as math, physics, electrical, mechanical, systems, aerospace or software) at an
    accredited university then we want to work with you.
    All that remains is for you to step up to the challenge and “bring it” — that
    is, bring your creativity, knowledge and enthusiasm to the game. Together, we
    can apply them to a real-world environment.


    Once you’re accepted into our Engineering Student Program, we hope
    you’ll continue working with Raytheon until your graduation. By then, we’re
    confident you’ll want to remain with Raytheon – as a full-time employee!
    THE NEXT MOVE IS YOURS.

    NACMEINTERNS@RAYTHEON.COM

  • Meet with Accenture, Allstate, and Northrop Grumman

    Accenture, Allstate and Northrop Grumman have a strong

    commitment to inclusion and diversity. Take this opportunity

    to learn and ask questions about their recruiting process

    and initiatives. All are welcome!

     

    When: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1:30-2:30 p.m.

    Where: Asian American Cultural Center, 1210 W. Nevada St.

    No registration needed.

     

  • GATX Corporation is Hiring

    GATX is looking for talented students from a variety of backgrounds for their Corporate Analyst Program (CAP) and Operations Analyst Program (OP). The ideal CAP candidate has a Bachelors degree with a 3.0 minimum GPA, strong intellectual horsepower, an analytical mind, a demonstrated work ethic and an interest in the transportation industry. Potential OP candidates will also meet these qualifications along with holding a degree in Engineering or other related technical area relevant to industrial operations. GATX is a leader in their industry and provides fantastic growth opportunities for their employees to excel! To learn more and apply for these positions, log-in to I-Link and search for Job ID#65422 (CAP) and 65318 (OP).