Career Info Days
Road Trips to the Real World - sign up ends,
Friday, Dec 7th, 2012
Sign up online and at varied sites
EACE Invites You to Take a Road Trip to the Real World
[Career Development is a member of EACE]
WHO: Students who are interested in exploring career field opportunities.
WHAT: An opportunity for students to learn first hand about a career field, network with employees and explore internship and job opportunities.
WHERE: From Williamsburg, VA to Portland, ME and points in between (Atlantic City, Boston, Ft. Meade, Philadelphia, New York, Williamsburg, Washington, DC, just to name a few). And some pretty awesome businesses too (Philadelphia Zoo, NSA, MTV, Anheuser-Busch, Target, New England Aquarium, CVS, INTERPOL, Trump Entertainment, Newhard Pharmacy, Wawa, Inc., Vanguard, PNC, Smithsonian just to name a few).
WHEN: Registration extended to Dec 7. Site visits take place January 2-11, 2013. View the schedule at www.eace.org. (Select Programs & Services from the menu bar, then click Road Trips on the left navigation)
WHY: It will help you to think about life after college and the career paths that are available. After all, it is never too early to start thinking about your career!
LIST OF SITES:
AOL, Dulles, VA
AT&T, NY, NY
Aerotek , Meriden, CT
Amica Mutual Insurance, Lincoln, RI
Meditech, Canton, MA
Aramark, Philadelphia, PA
National Security Agency, Washington, DC
Athena Health, Belfast, ME
NBC Universal, New York, NY
BerryDunn, Portland, ME
Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA
CVS Caremark, Woonsocket, RI
PLS Logistics Services, Cranberry Township, PA
Deloitte, Parsippany, NJ
U.S. Steel, Pittsburgh, PA
Epsilon, Wakefield, MA
United by Blue, Philadelphia, PA
General Motors - GM Powertrain, Buffalo NY
Unitrends, Burlington, MA
Hyatt Hotels of Boston, three various sites
Urban Outfitters, Philadelphia, PA
LivingSocial, Washington, DC
UnitedHealth Group, Hartford, CT
Macpage LLC, Portland, ME
UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA
Site visits may include panel discussions of employees and/or interns, site tours, or networking sessions.
The programs cost $10.00 per site. Students must provide their own transportation to and from the site, and they are responsible for any incidental expense they may incur.