The College of Arts and Sciences has the benefit of having an engaged alumni population that wants to give back, and the Advising & Career Services Center wants to help you tap into this great resource. Numerous alumni have agreed to open their worksite for the benefit of current students over spring break during the week of March 14, 2016, for job shadows, informational interviews or coffee chats. These one on one conversations are invaluable for you to learn and seek advice on your career interests, the industry, and the corporate culture of a potential future workplace. It is also a great way for you to build and expand your professional network. The opportunities listed below reflect what our great alumni were able to offer.
To participate, students must meet all of the following requirements:
Availability must match the dates listed for the opportunity; however, a lot of the opportunities have flexible dates within Spring break.
For job shadows and coffee chats, you must have housing and transportation in the location listed. Opportunities are available in cities across the country, wherever alumni who are willing to host are located. You will be able to express interest in opportunities near your hometown, as well as those where you know you would be able to stay for a few days. For example, if there is an NYC opportunity and you live in NYC (or could commute easily to NYC), you’re all set. If there is an opportunity in NYC you’re interested in but you’re not from NYC, you must be able to confirm you will have a place to stay and resources to travel to and from specified locations.
For informational interviews, you will have the option to conduct these over the phone or through Skype so you do not necessarily need to be in the location listed. Please read through the list carefully.
If you are matched with an alumnus through this program, you must be available to attend a training session on Friday, March 4, from 2 pm to 3 pm OR Sunday, March 6, from 4 pm to 5 pm. No exceptions.
Read through the opportunities below that pertain to you. You MAY express interest in more than one opportunity and are, in fact, encouraged to do so if other opportunities are of interest to you and feasible for you to do. This will increase your chances of being matched.
Please complete this FORM to express your interest.
The deadline to apply is Monday, February 29 at 5:00 pm. Students will be matched largely on a “first come, first served” basis. For more information contact Sue Casson at email@example.com
(sorted by locations)
ABC (Los Angeles, CA)• Title: Publicity Director • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Willing to assist any A&S student interested in television and media.
Kushner-Locke Company (Los Angeles, CA)• Title: Co-CEO • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Willing to talk to any student interested in the movie industry.
Lenox Advisors (Los Angeles, CA)• Title: Managing Director • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Interested in meeting with a student interested in insurance or financial planning.
Madjack Entertainment (Los Angeles, CA)• Title: CEO • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview or Coffee Chat • Interested in helping students interested in writing and production.
Fox 5 San Diego/ Tribune Media (San Diego, CA)• Title: Associate Producer • Availability: Available any of the days to meet, and 14/17/18 for job shadow • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • As an associate producer, I work with the anchors and producers to write, format, and research stories for our newscasts. Students will able to see a local TV newsroom in action! As a top 30 market, San Diego has a lot of seasoned anchors and reporters, and people who have been in the 'biz' for a long time. Depending on what time they can come, students can sit in on a planning meeting, observe the newsroom preparing for a newscast, as well as watch the broadcast live!
Ellington Public Schools (and CREC Birth to Three per diem) (Ellington, CT)• Title: M.A., CCC-SLP • Availability: 3/14 & 3/15 after 4:00 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I am a school-based speech language pathologist. I evaluate and treat students in the school setting, work collaboratively with other teachers and professionals (OTs, PTs, BCBAs, etc.) The student can expect to learn about any questions they might have about the job, caseload types, paperwork, skills that are important for the school setting, etc!
Otis Elevator (Stamford, CT )• Title: Account Manager • Availability: 3/15 - 3/17 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I introduce new ideas for maximizing profit and client satisfaction. Manage portfolio of 700 elevators, equating to $3.2 million in revenue per year. Proactively communicate with 400 property managers and building owners. Leverage a minimum of 40 new business units per year via current and prospective clientele. Exceed annual sales plan requirement of $2.2 million in sales per year. Cultivate three new relationships per week to circulate my respectability and trustworthiness in the field. The student can expect to learn about basic sales role skills and expectations. Day to day responsibilities and meeting sales quota. Basic knowledge of elevators. Customer service do's and don'ts.
Univision Deportes Network (Miami, FL)• Title: Production Assistant • Availability: As the days get closer I can ask my boss for approval for someone to shadow me. • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I work at Univision Deportes Network as a production assistant - this entails co-producing on shows and special projects and also editing, cutting and archiving footage from our programs.
KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools (Atlanta, GA)• Title: Data Associate • Availability: 3/15 – 3/18 • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • My role is to serve as a resource for school-based staffs as they provide the best possible education for our scholars. That often includes creating tools and dashboards used by school teams and the regional executive team to track the health of our region. My main focus is academic achievement, but we also monitor other data points ranging from average daily student attendance to how satisfied teachers are with instructional coaching. A college student can expect to learn how data is used to support schools. For those interested in public policy and education, I can share insight into what it is like working in a charter school setting where project management, relationship-building, and technical skills are all equally valuable. A student can expect to learn what it is like to work with a Team & Family in a mission-driven environment.
360i (Chicago, IL)• Title: Senior Account Manager • Availability: 3/16 – 3/18 • Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I oversee all aspects of H&R Block account within 360i, including client relationship management, social content development, social paid media activation, strategic recommendations, social monitoring and listening, manage influencer marketing relationships, etc. The student can expect to learn about how to start the job hunt process, what to look for in a job (beyond salary and job title), the post-college transition when all your friends are in NYC and you're somewhere else, how to determine what you want/can do in your career, interpersonal relationships and more!
Indiana State Department of Health (Indianapolis, IN)• Title: Indiana Violent Death Reporting System (INVDRS) Epidemiologist and Program Manager • Availability: Job Shadow--3/14, 3/15, 3/16. Coffee Chat—3/14, 3/15, 3/16, 3/17 • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I work in the area of Public Health and am involved in a variety of activities within that realm. As the INVDRS epidemiologist and program manager, I am in charge of data management and analysis for violent deaths in Indiana. I publish statewide and local reports. I also ensure that we meet grant requirements and evaluations per the CDC guidelines. I oversee data collection from multiple data sources, chair an advisory board composed of stakeholders, and co-chair a Midwest committee for the national violent death reporting system. The student would learn more about the interworking of a state agency, how federal grants are managed and evaluated, data management and analysis, and how challenges around collaborating with law enforcement and coroners are approached and handled. Anyone interested in public health, community health, or even social sciences would be a good match for learning more about what I do.
Brookline Bancorp Inc. (Boston, MA)• Title: Chief Operations Officer • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Interested in meeting with students interested in banking. C Space (Boston, MA) • Title: Associate Consultant • Availability: 3/14 – 3/18 • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I do market research and event coordination in my current role, this is subject to change. The student can expect to learn about a market agency or work life after college.
Cantella & Co., Inc. (Boston, MA)• Title: Chief Financial Officer • Availability: Mostly all week. • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I manage Cantella's finances, bookkeeping, budgeting, planning etc. I also run the firms Fixed Income trading desk. I think it would be best to chat about career paths, workplace culture, and the financial industry.
Deloitte (Boston, MA)• Title: Business Technology Analyst • Availability: Via phone - Any day; in person 3/18 only, if Boston. However, if student is in Hartford, CT area, I can meet 3/14 - 3/17 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • It depends - which is the favorite answer in consulting! Right now I'm consulting a public sector client; my specific work is within project management. This involves working on project reporting, budgeting, staffing and overall coordination. I can offer the student insight into life as a consultant at one of the "Big 4" as well as the transition from school to the working world.
Healthcare Technology Management Consulting (Boston, MA)• Title: Consultant • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Willing to meet with a student interested in consulting and/or start-ups.
Merrill Lynch (Boston, MA)• Title: Associate Vice President (AVP), Long Term Investment Team • Availability: Ideally 3/16 or 3/17 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • My primary role is business planning and strategy for long term investment products on Merrill Edge website. Students can expect to learn about my current job and responsibilities, my overall career experience, initial job search after graduation and lessons/struggles/tips/advice, Boston job market.
Mesirow Financial (Boston, MA)• Title: SVP, Institutional Sales & Trading • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Interested in meeting with a student interested in trading.
MullenLowe (Boston, MA)• Title: Assistant Media Planner • Availability: 3/16 - 3/18 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I help place ads on different mediums. I talk with clients, make presentations, do a lot of tasks related to billing processes, analyzing data, talking to reps, negotiating, and research. The student can expect to learn about what it's like to come out of college, how I found my job, what it's like in Boston, and what it's like to work in media at an ad agency.
WinnCompanies (Boston, MA)• Title: Chairman • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I’m a lawyer but trade but deal with a lot of commercial real estate development and transactions.
Surface Oncology (Cambridge, MA)• Title: Associate Scientist II • Availability: 3/15-3/17 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I currently work in a lab doing immuno-oncology drug discovery and development. I started working in an academic lab after graduation, as many recent grads do to gain experience and exposure to different techniques used in the industry. I then moved to Novartis, a multinational pharmaceutical company, and then recently to a small immunology/oncology startup. I would be more than happy to discuss how to break into the industry and help connect this student to potential opportunities. I have experience in academia; a “big pharma” company and a very small startup and can discuss the culture of working in all three.
Orchard Cove (Canton, MA)• Title: Registered Nurse • Availability: TBD • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • This is a new role for me, my degree from SU is in communications. I worked for 10 years in healthcare marketing before going back to school. I am currently pursing my master’s degree in nursing. My goal is to become a primary care geriatric nurse practitioner. I would be opening to discuss any parts of this journey with a student.
Leonard Florence Center for Living (Chelsea, MA)• Title: Speech-Language Pathologist and Director of Rehabilitation • Availability: at this point, available all days • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I manage a rehab department in a 100-bed skilled nursing facility specializing in short-term rehab and special populations (residents with ALS and MS). I provide speech therapy to residents, but my primary role currently is managing the rehab department (made up of PT/OT/ and speech) . Students can expect to learn about the role of speech therapist in skilled nursing.
SharkNinja (Needham, MA)• Title: VP, Global Human Resources • Availability: Flexible • Job Shadow • I oversee Human Resources for a $2B consumer goods company (reporting to SVP of HR) – under my span of control on a global level are: benefits, training, compensation, HRIS, employee relations, compliance and regulation, org design, employee engagement, onboarding, immigration and relocation, employee branding/PR. We have operations in the US, Canada, the UK and China. I directly manage 8 people and have dotted line reporting to the global teams. Students can expect to learn about the range of skills and knowledge necessary to oversee HR an organization of this type. The variety of day to day responsibilities. The way that HR functions on both a strategic and tactical level in order to effectively partner with the business. The career path from HR coordinator to VP.
Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (Watertown, MA)• Title: Project Manager • Availability: flexible meeting for coffee, either in morning or early afternoon • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I manage a variety of projects related to health care quality reporting and patient engagement in health care. I can talk about working in a healthcare non-profit environment, or about the work I do in healthcare quality and patient engagement.
UMass Medical Center (Worcester, MA)• Title: Certificated Genetic Counselor • Availability: Monday 3/14 afternoon, Thursday 3/17 morning • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I provide clinical genetic counseling in a prenatal, pediatric and oncology capacity. Ideally I could provide background on a potential career (genetic counseling) for a biology or psychology major looking for options after graduation.
The Bozzuto Group (Greenbelt, MD)• Title: Marketing Coordinator • Availability: Any day is probably fine • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • The Bozzuto Group is an all-in-one Real Estate company. I work within our Management Company and do a wide variety of marketing related tasks for any of our properties that have retail stores/services. I have 6 specific mixed-use properties that are my main focus, and coordinate events, advertising, retailer relations, social media, etc...for the properties. Students can expect to learn about the Real Estate industry as it relates to luxury apartment building development and management, tips on what to do after graduation and 'surviving the real world'...happy to have a down to earth conversation about any questions or concerns someone may have and talk about working in the Baltimore/DC Market!
Otsego County Courts (Cooperstown, NY)• Title: Attorney • Availability: All as of now • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I am a confidential legal advisor to a County Court Judge/Acting Supreme Court Judge. I conduct settlement conferences, write decisions and perform legal research in a high volume court. Students can expect to learn about how a case proceeds from beginning to end. They will see my role in the process, but also see, firsthand, the work of others in the system including social services, probation, and other attorneys.
American Cancer Society (Hauppauge, NY)• Title: Community Manager, Relay For Life • Availability: Flexible • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I execute fundraising events through volunteer management and community mobilization. The student can expect to learn about the day to day operations of a fundraising event manager, volunteer management, relationship building, event logistics, time management.
2020 Shift (New York City, NY)• Title: Owner • Availability: 3/16 2pm - 4pm • Learn what skills companies are looking for in the startup tech world. You don’t need a tech degree to be considered for these opportunities. This will be an interactive workshop teaching you how to market your skills, your creativity, and present your interests to potential employers. There is room for up to 10 students to participate in this event.
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Senior Analyst, Insights & Planning • Availability: 3/14 – 3/16 • Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I compile insights about brands or consumers from social media listening, third party research and online focus groups to craft a story that answers one or multiple marketing research questions in order to inform better marketing strategies. The student can expect to learn about how 360i answers questions from clients and strategy regarding the intersection between social media and overall consumer trends; How the Insights & Planning department works within an agency; How insights derived from research has informed campaigns created by 360i.
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Account Manager • Availability: 3/14 – 3/18 • Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I mostly manage digital work for Stella Artois. We work between the agency and the client to get projects done on various digital campaigns, so working with production, creative, strategy, etc. to make sure things happen smoothly. The student can expect to learn about the agency environment, the road to account management, what different agencies are like, what different disciplines are like (traditional vs. digital agency), LA vs. NYC.
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Social Publicist • Availability: 3/14 – 3/16, 3/18 • Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I create organic brand partnerships between social influencers and clients. Specifically, I work on Canon and work across many of their business groups with products ranging from large format printers to high-end, professional DSLR cameras. The student can expect to learn about the following things: 1) A better understanding of how PR, marketing, and social media function in the advertising industry. 2) The ever-evolving landscape and importance of word of mouth and how to work with talent in the form of social influencers.
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Paid Social Supervisor • Availability: 3/14 – 3/16 • Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I manage the Paid Social media campaign for Capital One, focusing on driving direct response in social media. I’m willing to talk about career advice, how to get in the door, where to direct focus, networking, resume advice.
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Media Manager • Availability: 3/14 – 3/18 • Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I plan and buy media for the NBC Universal client (specifically TVEverywhere, their suite of apps). The student can expect to learn about how this portion of the industry works and a typical day-in-the-life of a Media Planner.
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Account Manager • Availability: 3/14 – 3/18 • Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I sometimes play part producer, manage clients and internal team, handle internal/external status/project management. The student can expect to learn about what it’s like to start at an agency, especially coming from an internship. I’ve spoken to several students before about this important transition (and just from being a student to being in the “real world”), and would love to talk to other students!
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Senior Media Manager • Availability: 3/14 – 3/18 • Job Shadow/Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I lead the paid social (Facebook and Twitter specifically) business for Toyota (corporate marketing) and support the Capital One business that is transitioning to the ATL office. The student can expect to learn about how the social team is structured at 360i, overview of self-serve media management and platform capabilities, a bit about the different types of clients that we work with, and strategy and reporting overviews.
360i (New York City, NY)• Title: Social Producer • Availability: 3/14 – 3/16, 3/18 • Job Shadow/Information Interview/Coffee Chat • I play an equal parts Project Manager and Producer, I manage timelines and resource requests as well as overseeing creative teams, project budgets, and advising on concept feasibility. A student can expect to learn what it looks like to navigate multiple departments and capabilities in an ad agency, how to interact and problem-solve with creative teams, and how to tackle timelines and quick decision-making on a rapidly changing brand.
Columbia University Medical Center (New York City, NY)• Title: Senior Clinical Research Coordinator • Availability: I can meet during work at lunch time, or after work around 5 pm on any day • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Currently work as a clinical research coordinator at Columbia University Medical Center. My role is to coordinate enrollment, protocol treatment and follow up care for patients participating in clinical trials in the thoracic oncology service.
Droga5 (New York City, NY)• Title: Associate Account Manager • Availability: All as of now • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • In short, I work directly with our clients and internal teams to make advertising campaigns come to life. I do a little of everything ranging from brainstorming ideas for the next big campaign, to managing budgets, and working with third party vendors to support our marketing efforts. The students can expect to learn about how advertising agency fits into the ecosystem of marketing, what departments comprise an ad agency, how I found my path into advertising, and I am happy to share with you anything else that you have questions about!
• Title: COO
• Availability: Flexible
• Informational Interview/Coffee Chat
• Is willing to meet with students interested in commercial and residential real estate.
The Durst Organization (New York City, NY)
Glocap Search (New York City, NY)• Title: Recruiting Associate • Availability: Available all days 8am-9am, 12pm-1pm, after 5:30pm • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I do full life-cycle, agency-side recruiting. This includes screening and interviewing candidates, presenting candidates to clients, working on job descriptions, liaising back and forth between candidates and clients, scheduling interviews, and anything else needed throughout the process. The student can expect to learn about the world of recruiting, how they can be a competitive applicant, interview/resume tips, and anything else they would like to know about getting a job that I can help answer. I would also love to help students identify what they would like to do upon graduation and speaking about different career paths.
Harlem Hospital Center (New York City, NY)• Title: Doctor • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Interested in meeting with students considering a career in medicine.
Indeed.com (New York City, NY)• Title: Account Manager • Availability: Any dates • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I manage a book of business that contains clients advertising their jobs on Indeed. The student can expect to learn about sales, customer service, and campaign/advertising management.
Law Firm (New York City, NY)• Title: Attorney • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Willing to meet with students interested in law, particularly those interested in managing a small law firm. I received my degree in English and then went to law school.
Mdeziel Media (New York City, NY)• Title: Founder (Formerly Director of Creative Strategy of Time Inc., Editor of Branded Content @ The New York Times) • Availability: All week with some avails, 16th-18th best. • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I am a speaker, consultant and writer, educating people about branded content. Students can expect to learn about working on your own, speaking business, consulting, and my previous experience in publishing branded content at major publishers.
Morgan Stanley (New York City, NY)• Title: Vice President, Investment Banking Campus Recruiting • Availability: 3/14, 3/17, 3/18 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Manage the Investment Banking Analyst and Associate recruiting teams, which hire summer interns and full time program hires at the undergrad and MBA level, respectively. The students can expect to talk about program recruiting best practices, how campus recruiting fits into a Firm’s overall HR organization.
The Posse Foundation (New York City, NY)• Title: Trainer • Availability: 3/14 – 3/18 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I am a youth facilitator and mentor to groups of young leaders. I co-facilitate workshops around issues of identity and cultural diversity, manage and support faculty mentors on campuses, and travel to campuses twice a year to support on-campus scholars, and once a year to facilitate and assist immersive retreats around diversity and inclusion on campus. The role is incredibly dynamic and hard to capture in a few words! I would be happy to share any insight on finding a fitting job in non-profits and the challenges and joys of my role, and the roles I have had over the last 2 years in non-profits in New York City.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (New York City, NY)• Title: Risk Assurance Marketing & Sales Associate • Availability: 3/15, 3/17, 3/18 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I help facilitate all aspects of marketing and sales for different practices in PwC including website edits, event planning/implementation, building marketing collateral, digital marketing, etc. The student can expect to learn the basics of joining a big name institution, on boarding advice, make a meaningful connection, learn about the job hunting process, and more.
• Title: Strategist, Content Creator, Producer
• Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat
• Availability: TBD
• I work at a "boutique/niche" agency/consultancy that develops communications strategies and campaigns for social good. We also incubate social good starts ups and have an in-house creative team so the student could learn about those components of the work as well. The company is called Purpose and here is the website: www.purpose.com.
Purpose (New York City, NY)
Schweiger Dermatology, PLLC (New York City, NY)• Title: Clinical Research Manager • Availability: 3/14, 3/15, 3/16 • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • The Clinical Research Manager is responsible for all on boarding, developing and maximizing clinical research operations for Schweiger Dermatology Group (SDG) while working closely with the Medical Management Team. The student should expect to receive a wealth of information regarding clinical research and dermatology practice experience.
Strange Loop Music (New York City, NY)• Title: Owner – Music Company • Availability: Flexible • Job shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • As the owner of my own music company I am very knowledgeable of the industry and worked for 10+ years from small to major labels. I would be interested in meeting with any student interested in the music industry.
Strategy& (Formerly Booz and Company) (New York City, NY)• Title: Senior Associate / Job Manager • Availability: 3/18 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I build business and technology strategy for fortune 500 companies across all their business units. Closely working with the CTO, CIO and their direct reports in building their company's long term growth strategies. I've done technology consulting with Big 4 firms and Strategy with Top 4 firms. So I can talk about both the worlds and help understand the types of projects, work life, career and anything else.
Time Inc. (New York City, NY)• Title: Brand Manager • Availability: 3/17 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • My role is to manage the PEOPLE magazine brand across all retail outlets, ie. in airports, bookstores, and grocery. In addition, my team works on branding the magazine through TV, digital and print. The student can either learn the differences between editorial vs publishing (I'm on the publishing side) and get a hint of what I do on a day to day basis.
Venture For America (New York City, NY)• Date: Wed, 3/16, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm • Workshop – Calling all students with an Entrepreneurial Mind – Learn how to put together a business plan by working in small groups and then learn how to pitch the business plan. There is room for 15 students to participate in this fun and interactive workshop.
Viacom (New York City, NY)• Title: Manager, Business Operations • Availability: 3/17 – 3/18 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • My role is to help manage different facets of the business on Viacom's Content Distribution team. I work across all of our channels as well as many different teams from sales to developers. The student will be able to learn about running the business side of an international media company including content, sales, marketing & development.
WeWork (New York City, NY)• Title: Community Manager • Availability: 3/14 – 3/18 • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • My role is to manage the community (team, events, member interactions), sales, and operations of the WeWork Gramercy community. The student can expect to be exposed to the future of office space and how people work and how this concept is managed physically and digitally.
Morgenstern DeVoesick PLLC (Pittsford, NY)• Title: Attorney • Availability: Only 3/14, 3/15/, 3/17 and 3/18 between 11:30 am – 1:30pm • Job Shadow/Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I'm an Attorney - Real Estate and Estate Planning/Elder Law. Students can expect to learn about all aspects of transitioning from undergrad to law school to working full-time as an attorney. I also teach the LSAT for Kaplan part-time, so can speak with knowledge about preparing for the exam and law school admissions.
Alzheimer's Association, CNY Chapter (Syracuse, NY)• Title: Licensed Master of Social Work • Availability: TBD • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I am a Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) in NYS with the Alzheimer's Association, CNY Chapter. The student can expect to learn what a social worker is able to do across systems, from the micro to macro level.
• Title: Associate
• Availability: 3/14, 3/15, 3/16 and 3/18
• Informational Interview/Coffee Chat
• I represent individuals and business in litigation and other disputes. The student can expect to learn how my undergraduate degree in psychology and my experience at SUCOL was invaluable to becoming an attorney, and to learn more about my experiences as an attorney in private practice, and as a former law clerk in state and federal courts.
Costello, Cooney & Fearon, PLLC (Syracuse, NY)
The Salvation Army, Empire State Division (Syracuse, NY)• Title: Special Events Manager • Availability: So far any night that week 4:30 on, I can meet on Marshall Street at Starbucks or Kubal. • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I develop all of the major events for The Salvation Army, Syracuse Area Services with the intent to package those events so other area services can execute them easily throughout the division, to increase donor experience and fundraising efforts.
Terakeet (Syracuse, NY)• Title: Brand Strategist • Availability: 3/15 or 3/18 at 10am, 11am or 1pm • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I identify influencers that can provide value for my clients organic search visibility, digital brand visibility and other key performance indicators. Upon identifying influencers and communities of influence, I develop engagement marketing tactics and manage email communication to meet client objectives. Students can expect to learn about Digital Marketing or Strategist expectations and skill development.
Stranded Silver (Greenville, NC)• Title: Concert Manager for the Department of Music • Availability: 3/16, 3/17 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I do all the logistical coordinating for every event our department hosts, I train students to stage manage concerts, and I have facility oversight of our department's performance venues and stage technology. Students could expect to learn about arts administration, event management and coordination, careers in music, what it's like being a musician who is an administrator full time but actively performs and manages personal projects, and insight on job hunting in your early 20s.
Austin Independent School District (Austin, TX)• Title: M.A. CCC-SLP (Speech Language Pathologist) • Availability: Flexible but will need 2 week advance notice to determine best day/time to meet • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I work as a speech language pathologist in the public school sector. I provide speech/language services for students who qualify to receive services. My caseload (students that I serve) include students who need intervention to improve their articulation skills, expressive/receptive language skills, and social pragmatic skills. I serve students who are typically developing and students with various needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, ADHD, Learning Disability, etc. The student will be able to interview me to learn about a speech pathologist's job responsibilities in the different settings including school, clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, etc. The student may learn about the educational and clinical process of becoming a speech pathologist.
Firefighter and retired Deacon (Richmond, VA)• Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Interested in meeting with students interested in becoming a Deacon and/or a firefighter.
TD Bank (Vienna, VA)• Title: VP of Government Contractor Lending • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Willing to meet with students interested in banking.
American University Washington College of Law (Washington, DC)• Title: Student • Availability: flexible Fridays and most weekdays after 5 • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • I am currently in law school at American University Washington College of Law in DC. I am also interning doing White Collar prosecution this semester. This coming summer I will be a summer associate in a law firm downtown.
US Court of Appeals (Washington, DC)• Title: Senior Staff Attorney • Availability: Flexible • Informational Interview/Coffee Chat • Interested in meeting with students interested in pursuing a law degree.
Will be offering a code to 25 students to work on your BMC (Business Marketing Concepts) certification. This is an 8 hour self-study on the financial markets and is great to have on your resume. The BMC is especially designed for non-finance majors interested in business or finance. Students can work on this on campus but Bloomberg will be offering log in codes for anyone who wants to work on this from home during Spring break. We have 25 discount codes available.
University of Pennsylvania Law School (Philadelphia, PA)• Title: J.D. Candidate 2018 • Availability: Flexible • Online/Phone • I just graduated from Syracuse this past May, and am currently a first year student at the University of Pennsylvania Law School in Philadelphia. I’d be happy to answer any questions for students who are considering going to law school over email or over the phone. I can speak to anything regarding the preparation or application processes, as well as what students can expect their first year of law school.