The Institute for Career Planning is happy to announce these upcoming job seeking or graduate school opportunities. These are events for recent alumni of Adrian College, or for those curious about opportunities out there for them. If you have any questions or are would like more information about these various events, contact information is available below.
Midwest Women’s Leadership Summit
Saturday, July 26, McKinsey’s Chicago office.
McKinsey & Company is hosting an undergraduate women’s leadership event this summer for talented, rising senior women.
To apply, students should visit this website: www.mckinsey.com/MWWLS
Students should submit a PDF of their resume (including current GPA and SAT/ACT scores) and answer an essay questions (listed on the website) (300 words or less, submitted as a PDF).
The deadline to apply is Sunday, June 15 at 11:59 PM CDT.
September 23, 2014 , 3:00 pm-6:00 pm / University of Michigan Union 2nd floor
Law Day is a great way to connect with a large number of law schools right here on campus! Typically, 100+ schools and over 300+ students participate in the event. Law Day offers something for everyone:
- Learn about specific programs from law school representatives
Collect application and financial aid information
Get tips on personal statements, applications and reference letters
1st year students/Sophomores
- Ask questions about undergrad coursework and extra-curricular activities
Explore law school options
Build networks for the future
Registration is on-site the day of the event. There is no registration fee. Bring your student ID. Students from other universities/colleges are welcome to attend.
What should I do before Law Day? Prioritize your list of schools to make effective use of your time at Law Day. If you have time, visit the websites of your top schools.
To find out more: http://careercenter.umich.edu/content/career-center-fairs.
Fall Career Expo
September 30 and October 1 (different organizations each day.) 2:00 pm-6:00 pm / University of Michigan Union
Organizations select this Career Center event to showcase job and/or internship opportunities specifically to UM-Ann Arbor students. They’re coming to see you!
For some organizations, Expo is the first step in screening candidates for interviews at The Career Center. Check Career Center Connector (C3) for their on-campus interview dates and deadlines.
Expo is the first and only visit to campus for most organizations. Recruiters collect resumes, screen candidates and refer to their website to start the hiring process. Ask these Expo recruiters about next steps and stay connected. Looking for an internship? It’s never too early to start! Almost half of Expo organizations feature internships.
Registration is on-site the day of the event. Bring your student ID. This event targets UM-Ann Arbor students, however, non UM-Ann Arbor students may attend. There is a $20 registration fee (cash only.)
The Institute for Career Planning will reimburse AC students their $20 registration fee with valid proof of attendance. To find out more, visit: http://careercenter.umich.edu/content/career-center-fairs.
International Opportunities Fair
October 23, 2014 , 2:00 pm – 6:00pm / University of Michigan Union, 2nd floor
The International Opportunities Fair is a great way to with organizations with an international focus right on campus. 50-60 organizations and 400+ students participate in the event.
The Fair includes
- Internships/short-term work abroad programs/organizations
- Study-Internship Programs/Organizations
- Volunteer/Teaching Abroad Programs/Organizations
- Graduate School Programs
- Organizations with full-time positions (e.g., government organizations with international focus)
Registration is on-site the day of the event. There is no registration fee. Bring your student ID. This event targets UM-Ann Arbor students, however, non UM-Ann Arbor students may attend. There is a $20 registration fee (cash only.) The Institute for Career Planning will reimburse AC students their $20 registration fee with valid proof of attendance.
To find out more visit: http://careercenter.umich.edu/content/career-center-fairs.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014, Date/Time TBD
Are you looking for a job in a city filled with opportunity? With high-tech start-ups, cutting-edge medical researchers, creative entrepreneurs, unrivaled restaurants, world-renowned museums, and affordable places to live, DETROIT is that city. Join us March 28, 2014 at the Garden Theater in Midtown for a Live.Work.Detroit. one-day Detroit experience where you will network with award winning employers, meet students from around the state and get a first-hand look at the best places to live, work and play. Registration required ($10 early bird; $15 after March 21st) and includes food, transportation, and entertainment. Register here.
- Network with hiring employers
- Live.Work.Play by Detroit Experience factory tour
- Dinner and panel discussion
About this event: Live.Work.Detroit. is a joint initiative of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and D:Hive, with a mission to connect college students/recent graduates to employment, leadership, and living opportunities in the city through series of events and the Pure Michigan Student Ambassador Program. For information on the student ambassador program, go to http://www.mitalent.org/student-ambassador/ For more information on LiveWorkDetroit, go to http://dhivedetroit.org/liveworkdetroit/