Career Center - Public Relations Intern 2015-2015

The Public Relations Intern will promote Career Center program and job/internship opportunities to students, such as Amherst Select Internship Program, alumni panels, hot jobs, etc.  She/he will help create a strategy for Career Center communications to the student body and other constituents, and will develop marketing and publicity materials to promote Career Center programming.  This position is ideal for any student considering a career in PR/Marketing, Business, and/or Journalism and Graphic Design.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Career Center - Student Assistant

The Career Center utilizes student assistants to occasionally staff its reception desk and to complete office-related tasks.  Ideal candidates will have exceptional customer service and phone skills and be welcoming, friendly, and able to work well independently.  Excellent attention to detail and communication skills are required.  Viable candidates must be able to work Tuesdays from 10:30 - 12:30 and other hours as needed.

If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to careers@amherst.edu with the subject “student assistant”

After Amherst

Commencement procession

The First Five Years After College

What happens in those years?

Christina Ramos, Associate Director for Alumni and Employer Engagement

Christina Ramos, Associate Director for Alumni and Employer Engagement

Expanding the Project

Ursula Olender

Ursula Olender, director of Amherst’s Career Center, hopes the Starwood case study will be the first of many similar efforts between the college and alumni.

Tito Kolawole '14, Amherst College Career Center Peer Career Advisor

Tito Kolawole '14, Amherst College Career Center Peer Career Advisor

Shellby Fabian '14, Amherst College Career Center Peer Career Advisor

Shellby Fabian '14, Amherst College Career Center Peer Career Advisor

The Medical School Doctor is In

Submitted on Monday, 7/22/2013, at 4:33 PM

Summer days at Amherst College are among the busiest of the year for Dr. Richard Aronson ’69, a physician who spends his days reviewing medical school applications, writing letters of recommendations, mentoring students and alumni and doing anything else needed to help prepare Amherst graduates for careers in health.

2011-2012CareerCenterAnnualReport

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