If you want to know how to get involved in fellowship programs or how to navigate the application process, check out this piece written by recent Mellon Fellow, Alexandria Cunningham! She will continue to post about her actual research and experiences via Oberlin Blogs.
For more information on fellowships, contact the Career Center and Nick Petzak!
Unsure of what you can do with your liberal arts degree? Spotlight on Careers is a great resource for liberal arts students trying to figure out what kind of work is available (internships and professional) and how to get involved. The website even has a special section with alumni advice—including advice from Oberlin alumni!
Passport Career is the first-ever, comprehensive, online global job search support system for globally-minded organizations and institutions that support people moving to or living in unique and challenging destinations around the world. Whether they are moving to the U.S., Europe, Asia, Africa, or Latin America, Passport Career provides detailed , expert insight and knowledge on the business customs, strategies, and resources related to the job/intern/volunteer search for each country and destination.
To use this resource, visit: http://www.passportcareer.com/
- Flying Horse Farms provides magical, transforming experiences for children with serious illnesses. Located on 200 acres in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, we host more than 2,500 children each year - free of charge.
Information table: Thursday, December 5, 11am-1pm in the Science Center Atrium
For general information and information on their seasonal job positions, visit: http://flyinghorsefarms.org/
The Career Center is offering two workshop opportunities this week:
- Better Together: Connecting with Alumni through ObieWeb and LinkedIn
From building your LinkedIn profile to finding Oberlin alumni in your field of interest, we’ll show you how you can make these great networking tools work for you.
If you’re a college student with a passion for movies, don’t miss your chance to become a part of TEAM OSCAR!
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is inviting the next generation of filmmakers to vie for an opportunity to appear onstage at this year’s Oscars ceremony.
Winners will deliver Oscar statuettes to celebrity presenters on Oscar Sunday, March 2, 2014, live on ABC.
For more information and to enter, visit the Team Oscar Facebook Page
Weekly Working Sessions at the Career Center are a rotating series of working sessions covering the fundamentals of your career preparation. Bring your laptop and a friend - we’ll supply the snacks!
Tuesday, November 19 @ 12:30pm
Wednesday, November 20 @ 4pm
Sessions take place in the Career Center Conference Room. Check our calendar for the specific topics covered each week.
TONIGHT, Wednesday November 13, 7-8pm, King 123
The most valuable experiences in college career development are the interactions students have in their career fields of interest. Many competitive, paid summer internships have deadlines November-February and require application materials that include a resume, cover letter, and short answer or essay questions.
In this information and work session, you will learn about the resources available for finding a summer internship, strategies to manage your search, how to prepare and use networking to find your ideal experience.
Bring your laptop.