Stuck in your job or internship search?
Want new ideas on what types of work might play to your strengths?
Interested in a new way of looking at what organizations may be a good fit for you?
Check out pymetrics and play games to get hired!
pymetrics is an NYC-based startup working on making recruiting fun, effective and successful. Think LinkedIn meets OkCupid – where companies and candidates are matched for jobs, just as people are matched for dates. (But with a bit less drama.)
What is pymetrics? pymetrics uses a series of neuroscience games to identify and evaluate cognitive and socio-emotional traits, and give students access to a wide variety of companies looking to hire compatible profiles. Log on to play games to discover companies that are a great fit for you, and to find your ideal jobs/internships.
How to use pymetrics: Go to pymetrics.com, sign up, and complete your profile by playing 12 games!
Once your profile is complete, you will receive a personalized report detailing your cognitive and emotional traits. Your profile will then connect you to a variety of companies looking to hire based on compatible fit!
About pymetrics: Dartmouth’s own Frida Polli ’94 is the Founder and CEO of pymetrics. pymetrics has received rave reviews from students struggling to find inroads with competitive companies, and has attracted partner companies including Fidelity and Anheuser-Busch who are looking for new ways to connect with students. pymetrics currently matches students for a variety of different industries and functions, and regularly add new partner companies.
Interested in pursuing a green career? Passionate about environmental issues?
Dartmouth is proud to be collaborating with our peer institutions on the All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair.
When: Friday, February 27
Where: Columbia University, New York, NY (transportation help available)
Over 40 organizations have already registered! The event will include panels on sustainable agriculture and entrepreneurship – as well as on-site interviewing opportunities.
Student registration is open. You can register here and follow updates through the Facebook Fan Page. When you register, you’ll be invited to upload a copy of your resume to share with employers in the event’s official online resume book. (To be considered for on-site interviewing, register for the event and upload your resume by January 15.)
We’ve reserved several minivans to travel down to the fair and – as in the past – we will subsidize part of the transportation costs. Registration for transportation will begin on February 2nd – stay tuned for details.
Let’s go get green jobs!
Sponsored by the Office of Sustainability, the Environmental Studies program, the Center for Professional Development and Thayer School Career Services.