February 9, 2016


In This Issue:
Career Center Calendar: At a Glance
Internship Opportunities
Full-time Job Opportunities

Local Part-time Job Opportunities
Contact Us

Career Center Calendar: At a Glance
Tues., Feb. 9: How to Work a Career Fair Workshop with Margaret Krantz (3-4 p.m. in Lynn 120B). Resume Writing for Career Fairs with Margaret Krantz (4-5 p.m. in Lynn 120B)
Thurs., Feb. 11: How to Work a Career Fair Workshop with Margaret Krantz (4-5 p.m. in Lynn 120B)
Thurs., Feb. 18: Collegiate Career Expo (10 a.m.-3 p.m. in Indianapolis)
Fri., Feb. 19: UIndy MBA Information Table (11 a.m.-1 p.m. in CC Lobby)
Thurs., Feb 25: Spotlight Career & Internship Fair (1:30-5:30 p.m. in Lexington)

For full event descriptions and a complete calendar of Career Center events, click here.


Save the Dates: Upcoming Career Fairs
Save the Date for SAND

 

http://careercenter.hanover.edu/images/SAND2014/SAND2014%20logo.PNGSaturday, March 12th:  Student Alumni Networking Day features numerous alumni workshops, panels, presentations, and individual consultations, culminating in a networking session with students and alumni.  This is a terrific opportunity for students to learn about career fields and opportunities and connect with professionals who understand and appreciate what Hanover and its students have to offer.  Contact the Career Center for more information, and watch your email for details. 

Internship Opportunities
Logistic Sales Internship Program:  Total Quality Logistics in Lexington, KY is seeking applicants for its Logistic Sales Internship Program. This is a full-time, 10-week program that runs from May through July in which interns will complete sales and logistics training. Apply online here.

Media Advertising Intern: The Hoosier State Press Association Foundation is seeking a Media Advertising Intern to complete an internship at an Indiana newspaper. Applicants should be Business students interested in media advertising, sales, and marketing. Positions are paid and require 40 hours per week.  Apply online here.  

Political Affairs Intern:  The Borgen Project is looking for candidates for a part-time telecommuting Political Affairs internship that requires 14 hours per week. Interns will conduct lobbying meetings, assist with fundraising, write letters of support, and more. Apply online here.

Pulliam Internships: The Hoosier State Press Association is offering 10 paid summer internships at newspapers across the state. Interns will gain experience in reporting, photography, multimedia, graphic arts, and more. Applicants must be residents of Indiana. Apply online here by Feb. 26.

Social Media & Marketing Intern: The College Career Center Consortium is seeking a Social Media & Marketing Intern to work about 10 hours per week remotely. This position is responsible for implementing and managing social media and marketing efforts for its four main events. If interested, submit a cover letter, resume, short writing sample (250 words or less), and at least one faculty reference to Gene Wells, Senior Director at the University of Evansville Center for Career Development at career@evansville.edu.

On-Campus Interviews

Indiana State Fairgrounds:  Mark Anderson with the Indiana State Fairgrounds will be on campus on Thurs., Feb. 11 to conduct interviews for summer internship opportunities. There are current internship openings in Accounting, Communications, Digital Marketing, Education, Entertainment, Human Resources, Media Relations, Public Safety, Technology, and more. For a full list of open positions with descriptions, visit theState Fairgrounds website. To schedule an interview with Mark, contact David Harden at harden@hanover.edu.  Resumes are due by Wednesday, Feb. 10th at Noon.

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY – Cover Letters matter!

asefUnless you are actually handing your résumé to a hiring manager, you will need a cover letter to accompany it.  This letter serves as a self-introduction, providing a potential employer with an overview of why they would benefit from hiring you, as opposed to the details of your experience.  You can pick up a copy of the Career Center’s Cover Letter Guide outside of our office in Lynn Hall or download it athttp://careercenter.hanover.edu/documents/coverletter2015.pdf.  

Prepare for your future:  Plan NOW for the career you want later.  We can help focus your job search, tailor your résumé to your goal, help you network with alumni in your desired field, assist with your interview preparations, and MORE.  Call 812.866.7127 or email tilley@hanover.edu to learn more.   

Full-time Job Opportunities
Program & Membership Coordinator:  The Tippecanoe County Historical Association is seeking a Program & Membership Coordinator to plan, organize, and implement educational programs, special events, and fundraising events. This position is about 30 hours per week. If interested, send a resume and letter of interest to Kathy@tippecanoehistory.org.

Outreach Coordinator:  Girls Inc. in Madison is seeking an Outreach Coordinator to grow membership through programming. Candidates should be able to understand the Girls Inc. mission and work well as part of a team. May graduates are welcome to apply. If interested, contact Emilee Roberts (HC ’14) at girlsincstaff1@gmail.com.  

Disability Income Claims Analyst: Ohio National Financial Services in Cincinnati is looking for a Disability Income Claims Analyst to adjudicate disability income claims and waive premium benefits. Applicants should have strong decision-making and communication skills as well as knowledge of insurance and medical terminology. Apply online here.

Elementary & Junior High Teachers:  Legacy Traditional Schools in Chandler, AZ is seeking elementary and junior high teachers for the 2016-17 school year. Applicants should be passionate about education and should be comfortable teaching in an accelerated classroom environment. Apply online here.

Management Associate:  Key Bank is seeking applicants for its Key Community Bank Retail Management Associate program. Applicants should have a GPA of at least 3.0, and all majors are considered. Apply online here.

Want access to more job descriptions? Visit NACElink to search and view current job openings.

Local Part-time Job Opportunities
Program Staff: Girls Inc. in Madison is seeking strong, smart, and bold women to become program staff members for after-school programs. Hours are flexible, between 2:30-6 p.m. on weekdays. If interested, contact Emilee Roberts (HC ’14) at girlsincstaff1@gmail.com or call 812.265.5863.

Research Assistant: John Rees, a local author and former Commissioner of the KY Department of Corrections, is looking for a Research Assistant as he prepares to write his second book, concerning the future of corrections in the U.S. If interested, send your resume to jdreescon@aol.com.  

Television Production Assistant: Leftfield Entertainment is filming a reality show in Madison for MTV about the women’s correctional facility. Crew members are needed from late February into early May. If interested, contact Paul Backer at paul.backer@leftfield-entertainment.com.

More Opportunities

NACElink:  Log on to your NACElink account to see more opportunities for jobs and internships. Click here, enter your full Hanover email address and password, and then start your search!

Get Connected with the Career Center!
If you have questions about events or job openings, please contact us! You can also make an appointment to discuss resume help, job search assistance, career guidance, and grad school assistance. Feel free to email us at careercenter@hanover.edu or call Sue Tilley at 812.866.7127.