Monday, January 30, 2012

Events for the Week of 1/30/12

LIREG- Real Estate @ Work Info Table
The Real Estate @ Work program is designed to give students an opportunity to be exposed to the many facets of the real estate business as they prepare for their careers. This program is open to Juniors and Seniors as a 1-credit 174 internships course (who meet the following prerequisite requirements: 58+ credits, a GPA >/= 2.5 and passage of the core introductory course of their major) as well as to students in the MS/MBA program as a 1-credit 329 internship course
(if they have had 3 core competency courses, one of which must be in the field of the student’s major and subject of the internship, or approved equivalents; 12 graduate-level credits with a 3.2 average; and permission of department chairperson) . Students who meet these prerequisites and who are interested in receiving academic credit for this opportunity can receive one credit through their internship coordinator in The Frank G. Zarb School of Business. Students can also elect to participate in this program without receiving academic credit.

Applicants accepted to the program will be given the opportunity to visit six companies with offices in Long Island. Each company will be engaged in a different aspect of the real estate industry. The visits will allow participants to see, first hand, what goes on day-to-day in the business environment. By visiting a wide variety of companies, participants will be able to make better decisions about what type of career they want to pursue, and what type of company they want to work in. The program will allow participants to see how they can creatively apply the skills they are learning in college. In order to participate in this program you need to attend the following meetings
Tuesday, Jan 31st, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in the Mack Student Center Atrium

Pride Recruiting is the premiere on-campus interview program that brings first-round interviews to you! Through Pride Recruiting, students can interview at The Career Center and is recommended for students in ALL MAJORS. The program is also open to all accounting juniors and graduate-level majors. If you are interested in participating in Internship Recruiting, this is also the orientation for you. To participate in this program, students must attend on of the mandatory Pride Recruiting Orientations, Interview to Impress Level 1 and a Mock Interview.
All sessions will be held at The Career Center. Wednesday, February 1st, 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Thursday, February 2nd, 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Friday, February 3rd, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Sopho(be)MORE...Involved, Engaged, Marketable(be) a Leader

If you have been contemplating your next step, now is the time to think about ways to enhance your academic experiences here at Hofstra; (be) a leader! This event will be a one-stop shop for the future leaders at Hofstra. Feel free to stop by all the different leadership tables, or just a select few, for more information on how to take the next step! In addition, The Career Center will be available for a quick resume check-up, to get you ready for the application process, and University Advisement will be running DAR check-ups.
Wednesday, February 1st, Common Hour in the Multipurpose Rooms in the Mack Student Center

Education Recruitment Program Orientation
This orientation informs you about our interview program where if selected, employers will interview students for variety of certified teaching, administrative and counseling positions for the 2012-2013 school year. Learn how to apply and be pre-selected for on-campus interviews with local and out-of-state school districts, private and charter schools, and nonprofit organizations. Eligibility: Hofstra's Education Recruitment Program is for senior undergraduate students and graduate students in their final year of Hofstra. ONLY December 2011, May 2012 and August 2012 Hofstra graduates are eligible to participate in the program. RSVP on Pride CMS.
Thursday, February 2nd, 4:00 p.m. at The Career Center

Teach NYC Information Session
Hear from a NYC Department of Education recruiter about the benefits of working in the NYC school system! Additionally, the recruiter will provide detailed information about application procedures, and answer all additional questions. Students receiving education certifications are encouraged to attend.
Friday, February 3rd, 4:00 p.m. at The Career Center

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