Registration is now open for the 14th annual All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair!
All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career
March 3rd, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Alfred Lerner Hall, New York, NY
The Fair is held on the campus of Columbia University and is a great way to meet potential employers and to network with other students. Every year, we host this event with other Ivies to connect students with representatives who are hiring at top organizations.
We will be providing low-cost transportation options via van to New York. Sign up for a ride down will begin in early February and is first-come, first-serve. (More information to be provided in early January.)
At the Fair you will be able to meet potential employers from public agencies, consulting firms, nonprofit organizations, business and industry. Learn about careers, internships, part- and full-time opportunities.
- Visit the All Ivy Career Fair website
- Click on the Registration tab and select “as a job seeker”
- Register for a new account (if you attended the All Ivy Fair last year, then use the same user/password)
- Once logged in, click on Events > Career Fairs > All Ivy Fair > RSVP
- Submit your resume to the All Ivy Resume Book
Let’s go get green jobs and internships!
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.
Given the snow, ice and salt on the ground, it’s hard to believe that Spring term is here.
We’ve got a full slate of panels, interactive workshops and events, log into Dartboard and check out our Events Calendar to see what’s been scheduled so far. We’re always adding new programs, don’t forget to look for updates whenever you log in.
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Interested in landing a green job or internship? Attend the All-Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career Fair, to be held Friday, February 28 at Columbia University in New York. Over 60 employers will be participating, including representatives from for-profit organizations, government and non-profit.
The Center for Professional Development is partnering with the Sustainability Office, the Environmental Studies Department and Thayer School to provide transportation via Mini-Bus to the career fair.
Busses will be leaving at 6am on the morning of February 28th, traveling to Columbia University for the fair and returning to Hanover that evening.
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 30 STUDENTS:
- Sign up by blitzing Sustainable.Dartmouth@dartmouth.edu by Friday, February 7th by 5pm. Spaces are first-come first serve. Reservations will be accepted beginning at 8 am on Tuesday, January 21. We will keep a wait list.
- All students who sign-up for the trip are required to pay a deposit of $20 to hold their place. $10 will be returned the morning of the trip. Deposit can be brought to 103 Fairchild, Sustainability Office hours Thursday from 12-2pm in Robo 108, or sent to Jenna Musco HB# 6182 (Checks should be made out to the Dartmouth Sustainability Office).
- All students signed up for the trip must register for the fair. Student registration is free and will allow you to share your resume with participating employers seeking to fill openings for full-time positions and internships.
Let’s go get awesome GREEN JOBS!
Are you interested in pursuing a green career? Passionate about environmental issues?
Dartmouth is proud to be in collaboration with our peer institutions on the All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair, to be held at Columbia University on Friday, February 28.
Employers are just beginning to register for the fair. Student registration is now open also. You can register here, but there’s no rush to do so. Early in Winter term, we’ll be sharing information on group transportation options to the event. Last year, many students traveled down on the Big Green Bus!
To stay posted on this year’s event, we encourage you to also subscribe to the Facebook Fan Page.
Learn about Professional & Graduate Schools in a ‘live’ event…
‘VIRTUAL’ GRAD SCHOOL FAIR
NOV. 5 (Tue) 8 AM – 6 PM
Interact with Admissions reps and save time! Schools are from across multiple disciplines & institutions (see partial list below). A Virtual Fair Tutorial is available on how to use the Virtual Fair system and the Live Chat feature.
*Register for this free event at www.GradSchools.CareerEco.net
(Option to upload your resume prior to the event, but not required to participate)
32 Schools so far. More being added…
Bard College Master of Arts in Teaching
Boston College Law School
Boston U. College of Communication
Boston U. School of Law
California School of Professional Psychology
California University of Pennsylvania – Many disciplines
Cardozo School of Law
Carnegie Mellon University – Civil & Environmental Engineering
Columbia U. – Oral History Master of Arts
Cornell U. – Graduate School of Management
Cornell U. – Systems Engineering
Hofstra U. – Many disciplines
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Sciences – Social Work
McGill U. – Many disciplines
MCPHS U. (formerly Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences) – Health and post-bac
New York Institute of Technology – Many disciplines
NYU – Arts & Science
Northeastern U. School of Law
Purdue U. – Many disciplines
Quinnipiac U.- Law
Seton Hall – Law
St. John’s – Law
SUNY Buffalo State – Many disciplines
Robert Day School at Claremont McKenna – Finance
U. Alabama – Many disciplines
U. Chicago – Urban Teacher Education Program -Bio/Life Sci., Educ, Math
U. of Tampa – Business, Education, Art
Virginia Tech – Many disciplines
Washington U. in St. Louis Biology & Biomedical Sciences
West Virginia University – Integrated Marketing Communications
Willamette – Early Career MBA
We’re looking forward to seeing you this week at the Employer Connections Fair at the Top of The Hop, from noon to 4 pm. Over 100 organizations will be attending to scout for potential employees.
We encourage you to research organizations participating in the fair before you go. You can access the fair directory here. We also recommend using the Library’s recommended resources to study up on organizations that are coming to the fair. Marketline Advantage is especially useful for researching for-profit organizations; check out the library’s non-profit research guide to prepare for meeting with employers in the non-profit room on Tuesday.
Engage, give a warm smile, engage – no need to sound rehearsed, as if you’re reading from a script, but do come up with an opening statement that lets the representative know that you’re not just simply milling around, waiting for someone to come to you and do all the talking.
“Hello. My name is Jane, and I’m a studio art major. I read an article in the Brazen Careerist recently about your graphic design internship being one of the best in the country. Can you tell me a little more about what you look for in an intern?”
Even if you don’t know as much as you should about a company, use openness and enthusiasm to spin a conversation in your favor.
“I understand you are hiring Analysts; what’s a typical day look like for an Analyst?”
Be bold and pull at common threads. From your research, find things you have in common – maybe the employer is a Dartmouth Alum, or perhaps community leader of an organization you’re a member of in college. If you can connect on a deeper level with an employer, they will see you as a person with a vested interested in their company, rather than just another resume in a stack of applications.
Friday, June 21, 2:30 to 4:30 pm
2nd Floor Bank of America building, 63 South Main Street
Meet our new director, chat with staff, play games and learn how we can help you have a great summer! Stop by Career Services on your own or with a friend and get your career in gear in three ways:
- Help us give a Big Green welcome to Roger “Rog” Woolsey, our new Director!Over the course of his career, Rog, has worked as an award-winning college professor at Boston College, in senior leadership positions in the fashion, communications, and healthcare industries – and, most recently – as Director of the Career Center at Colby College. At Colby, Rog developed innovative programs ranging from LinkedIn industry alumni chats and entrepreneurship initiatives to Colby Connect, a career curriculum that takes students from first year orientation to graduation. Rog’s interests include corporate communication, integrated marketing and ice hockey (as a spectator sport).
- Learn how our office can help you this summer – and in the future. From workshops and programs designed specifically for ’15s to fall internship recruiting and self-exploration – we’ve got you covered.
- Get your game on! Participate in a few activities, eat some free food and throw your name in the hat for a few awesome prizes – including airline tickets, gift certificates and overnight hotel stays.While you are in the office, smile for the camera and get a new headshot to use on LinkedIn or social networking sites as you build a professional presence online.
We look forward to seeing you on the 21st!
“DARTMOUTH DEVELOPS” – Dartmouth Alumni Entrepreneurs Panel
APRIL 18 (Thurs) 4:30 pm – Rockefeller 001
Dartmouth alumni entrepreneurs share their insights on their career paths and what it means to be an entrepreneur.
Bill Bender ’78, Founder, SolaFlect Energy; Steven Reinitz ’09, Co-founder, B.B.R. Medical Innovations, Inc.; Nick Taranto ’06, Co-founder, Plated.com
Moderator: George Philipose ’15, RBEL student leader
Planned & hosted by Rockefeller Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership (RBEL) Student Discussion Group
More info: http://d2u.dartmouth.edu/archive?id=14999