Thursday, January 10, 2013

Important Updates: Zoomdojo Career Conversations, Geico Achievement Award, and Teach for America


Art Intersects Technology:

A career dialogue with Jennifer Ma


The Pratt Mansions, 1026 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028 
To reserve your spot, RSVP to: 

Event Program
Musical Performance by Jiayi Sun
Franz Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody #6; and Chopin’s Nocturne in C Minor to accompany a new multimedia work created for this event by Jennifer Ma.

Conversation with Jennifer Ma followed by Q+A
Jennifer will share her experience with past and present projects, using and creating technology and insights gained from working with some of the world’s renowned creative individuals. Hear her views on what makes for good interns and potential hires in her area.

Networking + Conversations with Professionals
After the Q+A mingle with professionals in art, film, technology and finance. Exchange ideas, create connections and explore opportunities. Also meet peers with similar interests. 

About Zoomdojo
Zoomdojo is a start-up job search and career advisory resource primarily for college students, recent graduates and young alums. Our mission is to help jobseekers find relevant job openings. Zoomdojo’s website contains original, targeted advisory content and a proprietary database with over 10, 000 organizations (and growing) for a robust job search. We provide an in-person advisory service for specific communities including student-related organizations and groups, first generation students, international students and veterans.
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This award supports some of the country's most outstanding undergraduate students by providing $1,000 awards and by recognizing their dedication to academic successleadership and service.

Interested in this opportunity?

Click here for the step-by-step application guide


Next Application Deadline is Friday 1/11 - Click here to apply

Education transforms lives. All kids can succeed when they get a great education.

Educational opportunities should not be determined by your family’s income or the neighborhood in which you live.  That’s why Teach For America is developing a movement of leaders who will help drive change at every level of our education system toward the goal of closing the achievement gap. These leaders start their paths as corps members who teach for two years in urban and rural high-need communities and help students make the academic progress that expands their opportunities. Deeply affected by their teaching experience, our alumni continue to advocate for students and build lasting change in many different roles and fields.

To learn more, visit

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