Depending on your interests, there are two great career opportunities this Wednesday, October 21st. Two companies, BP and OMRF, are interesting in telling you about themselves. Plus, at both events, there will be PIZZA!
First, Math Club will have a BP representative. Here are the details:
When: Wednesday, October 21, at 5:30
Where: PHSC 1105
What: BP Representative & FREE Pizza
Second, OMRF, nonprofit biomedical research institute, is also interested in Mathematics students. Here are the details:
When: Wednesday, October 21, at 5:30
Where: Ellison Hall 132
What: OMRF Representative & FREE Pizza
PCI is a Norman based company that offers asset optimization solutions for power generation and trading companies. They are keen to hire people with a math background for internships. PCI is currently hiring for both regular and paid internship positions and will have Hiring Managers and different employees from different teams presenting and mingling with students after each session.
Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Time: 10:30 am – 1 pm
Location: Frontier Room, 2nd Floor in Oklahoma Memorial Union Building
The blog is back!
We start with an announcement for students to apply to an REU opportunity at San Diego State University. Students spend a summer conducting research and are paid a stipend of $5000 for the whole summer while working with enthusiastic, like minded fellow students from around the country.
Deadline: March 6th.
More information here:
Graduate School Panel at the OU Math Club:
Meet Dr. Schmidt (Graduate Director in the math department at OU), Dr. Anderson (OUHSC Biostatistics Program representative) and other graduate students at OU and find out what it takes to get in and succeed in a graduate program.
When: Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 at 5:15 pm
Where: PHSC 1105 (11th floor)
From Adrienne Jablonski, Director of Corporate Engagement in the College of Arts & Sciences:
Job openings at ISS, Institutional Shareholder Services:
ISS, formerly a division of MSCI, has a number of immediate openings available. They are seeking primarily technical positions but have a few non-technical ones as well. They split from MSCI a couple months ago and plan on doing a lot of hiring! Please share these job descriptions with your students and recent graduates. It’s possible that they’ll have some internships as well. ISS has a location on OU’s research campus but is a global company. See the following document for more details.
OK job fair position document FINAL
For OU students especially A&S students, Adrienne Jablonski is available for resume guidance and interview prep.
Go get ’em Sooners!!
BP is recruiting freshmen and sophomores for their Discovery Day. This is for underclassmen to learn more about trading and supply and demand for an energy company. Students will gain valuable, real-world experiences in analytics, marketing, risk management, and supply and trading. Activities include simulations, case studies, and hands-on activities. Discover Day is on Friday, November 7 in Houston, Texas. All expenses (including travel, lodging, and meals) will be paid.
To qualify, students must be freshmen or sophomores, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and legally authorized to work in the U.S..
For current juniors,
BP and Phillips 66 are accepting applications for their selective internship program for summer 2015. Students should apply through hiresooner.com
For more information please contact Adrienne Jablonski in the College of Arts & Sciences (you can find her email at their website: cas.ou.edu)
Would you like to know more about career and networking opportunities at Phillips 66? They have invited a small number of students for a field trip to their corporate offices on Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 (during Spring Break). This will be a day trip and there is even some funding provided by the company to help with students’ travel expenses.
If you are interested in being selected to join this trip, then please contact Adrienne Jablonski, Director, Student Career and Leadership Development (Ellison Hall).