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Career Center Articles

Kelsey Brow '12
Brow '12 Takes Active Role in Utica Museum

A museum doesn’t have to large or showy to be an influential and cherished part of a community. In fact, smaller museums can still have a significant impact on their environment while housing invaluable works of art. Kelsey Brow ’12 is spending the summer as an intern for the Museum Education department at the Munson Williams Proctor Museum of Art in Utica, N.Y. Her internship is supported by the Couper Fund through Hamilton's Career Center.  More ...

Anne Loizeaux '12
Loizeaux ’12 Practices Public Relations in Internship

For students interested in public relations, the opportunity to work with a large public relations firm translates into valuable career-related experience. Anne Loizeaux ’12 spent the summer in New York City as an intern with Planned Television Arts (PTA). She worked directly with authors as well as prominent media outlets to set up interviews for PTA clients. Her internship was supported by the Joseph Anderson Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

"45 percent of companies actually always search for the social network profiles of their candidates" MadameNoir.com
Career Center Advice: Facebook Cleansing Can Help Your Career

Is your Facebook working for or against you in your job search? The Career Center urges students to consider performing a "digital clean up" to increase chances of impressing potential employers.  More ...

Zeeshan Haider '09 perseveres in landing first job despite current employment climate
How I Got My First Job: Zeeshan Haider '09

Join Zeeshan Haider '09 for a presentation on September 2, 2011.  He will share his current experience working for a credit agency. The presentation will start at 4:15pm in Kirner Johnson 101. Students are encouraged to sign up on HamNET . In the meantime, read on about how Zee got his first job.  More ...

James Russell '09
James Russell '09 shares what you can expect at your first visit to the Career Center

It took me five years to muster up the courage to schedule an appointment at the Career Center.  That’s right.  Five years.  Even with diploma in hand, my heartbeat began to race as I opened the door and ventured inside for the first time.  Read on for James' first experience at the Career Center!  More ...

Lauren Magaziner '12
Magaziner '12 Spends Summer at Top Literary Agency

Literary agents can help authors get an editor’s attention, perfect a manuscript, or seal a deal on a book. Lauren Magaziner ’12 is spending the summer as an intern for The Writers House in New York City, gaining a hands-on, career-related experience at this famous and large literary agency. Her internship is supported by the Anderson Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Seiya Asada-Johnson '13.
People's Production House Gives Voice to the Unheard

Although the media bombards us with information through newspapers, magazines and the Internet, people from low-income or immigrant communities may lack the skills to critically analyze all this information.  Seiya Asada-Johnson ’13 is spending the summer with Radio Rootz helping improve media literacy for the underprivileged. His internship is supported by the Couper Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Marta Johnson '13
Johnson ’13 Assists in 2011-12 AHI Programming Plans

Alexander Hamilton left an incredible legacy as a political and economic thinker. Centuries after his death, three Hamilton professors founded the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, an organization dedicated to providing innovative, educational programming about a wide range of topics. Marta Johnson ’13 was a summer intern for the institute, supported by Hamilton’s Eckman Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Lauren Brousseau '12
Brousseau ’12 Helps Injured Soldiers Get Back on Their Feet

With the latest advances in prosthetic and orthotic technology, injured people can resume many activities. The field of prosthetics is particularly important to military personnel, many of whom face loss of limb from their injuries. Lauren Brousseau ’12 is a summer intern in the Prosthetic and Orthotic Service at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Her internship is supported by the Jeffery Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Kayla Brenden '13
An Inside Look at Optometry

Although millions of people rely on optometrists to keep their eyes healthy and improve their vision, the inner-workings of an optometrist’s office are rarely seen by the patient. Kayla Brenden ’13 is spending the summer as an intern for Morrison Eye Care in their Detroit Lakes and Mahnomen locations in Minnesota. Her internship is supported by the Anderson Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

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