Auto-Owners Insurance – Information Technology & Actuarial Career Opportunity Day

Auto-Owners Insurance is excited to announce that registration for our next Information Technology & Actuarial Career Opportunity Day is officially open! 

When’s the event? Friday, October 3rd from 10:30am – 3pm

What’s the purpose of the event? I.T/Actuarial Day shows students how their degrees can be used in the insurance industry.

Who’s invited? Juniors, seniors, and recent grads of the following majors are welcome to attend:

  • Computer Science
  • Computer Engineering
  • Information Systems
  • Actuarial Science
  • Math

What will students do there? We introduce them to our I.T., Actuarial, and Underwriting Systems Departments through presentations, take them on a tour of our workplace, hold a networking lunch, and end the day with a Q&A session.

How/when do you register? Register at http://aoins.opinio.net/s?s=1025from now until end of day Monday, September 29th!

Note: if you attend I.T./Actuarial Day and are driving a distance of over 100 miles one way, Auto-Owners will provide you with mileage reimbursement.

 

UN2525 – Career Development Class

The Career Fair is September 30, 2014.  Over 300 employers are registered to attend.  Are you ready for this opportunity? Do you know what you should do to be prepared?  Get these questions and others answered through the Career Development Class (UN2525).  This is a one credit class where you will learn about possible careers that match your skills and interest.

Other topic covered in this class include resume writing, interviewing techniques, networking and how to deal with potential employers.  Any questions, contact Jim Turnquist, jaturnqu@mtu.edu.

Petroleum Days – September 11, 2014

The Student Chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is planning an entire day of information for students to learn about career opportunities in the petroleum industry.

Representatives from various areas of this dynamic industry will be visiting the Michigan Technological University campus for this event.  Students will have have the opportunity to network with professionals from the industry and learn throughout the day in a series of meetings and interactive events.

Save The Date! Spring 2015 Career Fair

The 2015 Spring Career Fair will be held on Tuesday, February 17, 2015.

Over 3,000 highly accomplished students attend the Michigan Tech Career Fair seeking full-time, co-op, and internship positions. They want to meet you and offer their talents in all areas of study, including: Engineering and Technology, Business Administration, Forestry, Ecology, Technical Writing, Arts and Sciences, and Clinical Lab Sciences. Our students are eager to apply their high-level academic background and hands-on experience to sustainable problem solving, designing, and producing for your company. You’ll be in the right place to staff your company with highly in-demand, top-talent students.

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2014 Steel Days

Q: How do you encourage students to pursue careers in the iron and steel industry?

A: Students tell us they want to know what it looks like to work for you, so we want to give you the opportunity to “show and tell” them at this informal, interactive event in the heart of campus. We encourage you to bring any kind of visual or hands-on presentations to showcase your dynamic industry and what working in the steel industry looks like.

Scheduled for the week before the Career Fair, it’ll be a great time to meet students who are getting geared up for their job search.  We’ve got two event opportunities planned, and of course, we’ll get students’ attention with free food!

Mark your calendar for September 24, 2014 and contact Career Services for details on how your company can participate.

View all the details in the Steel Days Ad.

2014 Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) Meeting

Every summer, Career Services conducts its annual Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) meeting.  This year, our meeting was held on campus on Tuesday June 24 and Wednesday June 25, 2014.  Representatives from the following companies attended: ArcelorMittal, Chrysler, Continental, ControlTec, Denso, DTE Energy, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Gerdau, Integrys, Jackson, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Kohler, Marathon Petroleum, Mercury Marine, Nexteer Automotive, Northern Star Industries, Nucor Steel, Oshkosh Corporation, The Dow Chemical Company, and Target.
Topics discussed included:
  • Enrollment Information from John Lehmann – Associate Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing, and Communications
  • Academic Major additions and equivalencies
  • Co-op Program statistics and student feedback
  • Student Panel Perspectives and Q&A
  • Corporate Round Table Recruiting Practices/Challenges Discussion
  • Universum Report Presentation
  • Information from Les Cook – Vice President for Student Affairs and Advancement
Detailed information and meeting minutes are available at:

Explore 3M On Google+

Students interested in learning more about Career Opportunities at 3M should consider joining Explore3M on Google+.

1.) Create a Gmail account at gmail.com (if you already have a Gmail account, use your existing account).
2.) Click on your Google+ account in the top right portion of your Gmail page next to the apps icon
3.) Search “Explore3M” in the search bar at the top of the page
4.) Click “Follow” on the Explore3M landing page
5.) Scroll to the “Links” section in the “About” page
6.) Click on “Future Interns”
7.) Click “+1″ and comment on the photo which college/university you are from and what division within 3M you are interested in