In honor of Adrienne Jablonski’s visit to the OU Math Club this evening, we thought we’d share some upcoming career events Adrienne recently gave us. Check them out and/or ask Adrienne about them this evening!
Here are a few upcoming events and job opportunities to pass along to your students. The career fairs are also open for faculty and staff to attend to learn more about opportunities for students. This might be especially relevant to you if you supervise internships in your academic department.
1. OU Multicultural Career Fair, February 10, 12:30-4:30pm, OMU Ballroom
2. Peace Corps Information Session, February 11, 3:00pm, OMU Beaird Lounge
3. CIA Information Sessions, March 2, 12:00 and 5:00pm, OMU Regents Room
4. Greater Grads Career Fair, March 2, 12:00-4:40 pm, Cox Convention Center
5. Peace Corps Information Session, March 4, 3:00pm, OMU Beaird Lounge
1. OPUBCO Communications Group (The Oklahoman, NewsOK.com, The Oklahoman Direct) is looking for a Database Marketing Analyst. Proficiency in Access and Excel are required, Experience with mapping software is preferred
2. Crossroads Youth and Family Services, Social Services (see attached for available positions)
More Information about Greater Grads Career Fair:
Part of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s Greater Grads program, the Greater Grads Career fair is designed to help keep Oklahoma’s college graduates from leaving the state in search of jobs. Hundreds of local college students will meet with employers about career and internship opportunities on Tuesday, March 2, from Noon to 4:30 p.m. at the Cox Business Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens in OKC. Shuttle transportation will be provided from the Coca Cola Bricktown Events Center on 425 E. California, where there will be free parking.
One of the fastest ways to get a job after graduation is an internship, which allows a college graduate to test drive their chosen career path and gain valuable experience. Another way is building a strong resume and then networking and making great contacts at career fairs.
If you or your students have any questions about any of the above opportunities, please let me know.
P.S. We may be wrong, but if you were hoping that Adrienne would explain Jablonski diagrams, then you’re probably out of luck.