Expand your professional network this summer! – DC Career Networking Night 6/6/11!

Thinking about internship or career opportunities in Washington, DC? This summer, get advice from successful UVM alumni on careers and the job search in Washington, DC! Washington, DC Career Networking Night Monday, June 6, 6:15-9:00pm National Association of Homebuilders 15th and M Streets N.W., Washington, DC Connect one-on-one with alumni from a variety of career …

World of Work: Jackie Madsen '85, VP of Sales for L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics

 (Jackie Madsen ’85, second from left in blue) Jackie Madsen ‘85 Vice President of Sales, L’Oreal Paris Cosmetics 5th Avenue, New York, NY Major:  Economics How would you describe what you do on a typical day? Each day is very different. While in the New York Office I spend days participating in meetings with …

World of Work: Bridge Hunter '97, Scientist at Genzyme

Bridge Hunter ’97, Scientist, Genzyme Waltham, MA Undergraduate Major: History Graduate program: PhD in Applied Anatomy and Physiology, Boston University How would you describe what you do on a typical day to someone who is unfamiliar with your field? I have been in an industry setting for six years so half of my time is …

From Job Fair to Job

Thank you for helping make our Spring Job Fair a great success! Employers were impressed with the level of professional dress and discourse. If you missed it, check out all the employers that were just here hoping to connect with UVM students and grads. Next Steps Assess how the fair went for you and which …

More Recent Graduates Working in Non-Profits: Why Should You?

Last week, The New York Times published this article that talks about an unexpected consequence of the difficult economy: that more recent college graduates are working in the non-profit sector, or as they describe, “young college graduates who ended up doing good because the economy did them wrong.” As a college student, I planned to …

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