If you’re a senior then you should already be thinking about what you’ll do after graduation. Heck! If you’re a junior or earlier, you should be thinking about it, too! Companies start are hiring now and are also interviewing for jobs and internships that start after graduation.
Your #1 resource at OU is Adrienne Jablonski and her staff in the Dean’s office of the College of Arts and Sciences. They can tell you about opportunities, help you with your resume and applications, give you practice interviews, and even give advice on what to wear!
Adrienne has several opportunities going on right now that she wants you to know about. For further information, contact Adrienne at:
First, Phillips 66 has full-time career opportunities that are available now! Interested candidates must be willing to move to Houston. No particular major is required but candidates must have excellent communication skills. They are also interested in juniors for summer internships.
Second, there is the Halliburton Career Expo on Thursday, September 5. Halliburton is especially interested in Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics majors in the College of Arts and Sciences. The event is from 9am until 2pm, with free lunch. For more information, contact Adrienne’s office.
And third, there are several important events coming up where you can learn about opportunities:
- September 11, OU Sooner Showcase Career Fair, Lloyd Noble Center, 12:30-4:30 p.m.
- September 11, Professional Networking Reception with Employers (for A&S students only), OMU Beaird Lounge, 4:45-6:00 p.m. Free food.
- For other career workshops and events: http://cas.ou.edu/career-development
P.S. If you end up working at Halliburton, you’ll have to let us know if they know anything about the man-sized safe used by former Halliburton CEO/former VP/we’re sure he’s an all around great guy Dick Cheney.