Upcoming Events

Career Services sponsors many recruiting and networking events during the academic year to help students with their internship search and post-graduate plans. When attending these events, it is important to dress and act professionally.

 

Recruiters Visiting Campus
To view a list of upcoming recruiter information sessions and/or interviews on campus, click here.

 

Workshops
A list of upcoming career development workshops can be found here. Topics may include: networking skills, job/internship searches, and more.

 

Events Hosted by Career Services

 

Fall 2017

Winter Break 2017/18

  • Career & Internship Connections
  • Network Nights
  • Road Trips to the Real World

Spring 2018

  • Spring Job & Internship Fair
  • Nonprofit & Government Career & Information Fair at Cornell University
  • Multicultural Career Connections
  • Life After IC Conference
  • Teacher Recruitment Days

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Career Events Across Campus

PARK SCHOOL:
September 11-15: A PR Agency Internship Is Coming to Campus – Sign Up Now 

Ever wonder what it would be like to work for a PR agency or work as a strategic communications consultant? A hands-on opportunity awaits students the week of Sept 11-15 when IC alumni Leza Raffel, president of The Communication Solutions Group spends the week on campus as part of the Park School “Professionals in Residence” Program. Leza will maintain office hours at The Park School (Park 378) to review resumes, discuss career opportunities or – if you are really interested – sit in on client phone conferences and staff meetings. Here are some date specific events that require RSVPs:

“Unsung Heroes Publicity Panel”: September 12, noon- 1PM

Mark your calendar of Tuesday, September 12, noon-1 pm.  Leza Raffel will be introducing Park students to a panel of Ithaca nonprofit organizations that all seek communication support from IC students. Learn about unique ways you can apply your writing, publicity, film, photography or design experience to real-world projects with these organizations AND build your resume while doing so. Opportunities available this semester and next will be discussed.

Onsite Public Relations at South Hill Elementary School (Sept. 11, 12, 14)

Grab your notepad, laptop, camera, video camera or microphone and audio recorder and join us in helping South Hill Elementary School garner publicity for its fifth-grade terrarium making project. You will have the opportunity to interview students and teachers, photograph or film their progress, draft press releases and contact local media. Transportation to South Hill Elementary is available.

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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS:

Insero Information Session
Hosted by Ithaca College Alumnus, Dave Mandrycky
Date:        September 21, 2017
Time:       12:10 p.m.
Location:  BUS 103
 

Professions Week 2017 

Join the School of Business for Professions Week 2017, a full week of activities and programs that will support students’ career and professional development needs!

Professions Week brings together alumni, faculty, staff, and students for opportunities to build professional networks, engage in mock interviews and panel discussions, obtain professional digital head shots, attend alumni presentations, and receive career advice from experts in the field.

For more information about the events, visit the website or contact Catrina Decker, External Relations Program Director for the School of Business at: cdecker@ithaca.edu or at (607) 274-3680!

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations for any event or program should contact our office at (607) 274-3365. We ask that requests for accommodations be made in a timely manner.