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- 1 INTERNSHIPS / FELLOWSHIPS
- 2 FULL-TIME POSITIONS
- 3 PART-TIME POSITIONS
- 4 CHATHAM’S ON-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
- 5 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
- 6 CAREER EVENTS
- 7 JOB BOARDS
INTERNSHIPS / FELLOWSHIPS
Stone Pier Capital Advisors
Successful applicants will be top undergrad students from great universities who have completed at least two years of college studies in Finance, Business, Math and/or Economics. Interns are expected to work +/- 20 hours per week and will perform research and prepare reports as required by the Managing Directors of Stone Pier.
Our internship program is highly competitive, attracting students from across the U.S. as well as from other countries. Our interns work remotely and choose when they work (as long as they meet prescribed deadlines and do high level work). This format enables ambitious hard working students to combine our internship with other activities. Stone Pier Interns have gone onto successful careers for large investment banks, private equity groups and commercial banks.
Should you know of a qualified student who wants to be considered for a 2019 Summer Internship, direct that person to contact Dale Killmeyer, Managing Director, via email at email@example.com. In their initial email they should provide their resume and a copy of their academic transcripts. And, they should mention how they learned of our Internship Program.
The City of Pittsburgh
Check here for year-round job and internships opportunities with the City of Pittsburgh.
The Boston Consulting Group – Human Sciences Intern
The BCG is looking for a Human Sciences Intern to work in their BCG Platinion | MAYA Design, Pittsburgh office. This role is is ideal for someone looking to better understand what the consumer wants and how a company can fulfill their needs. Follow this link to learn more details and apply.
WESCO – Sales Development Training Program
Since 2009, WESCO has offered an accelerated training program designed to prepare recent college graduates for a sales career with WESCO. The program is built on a foundation of local branch training and enhanced with online coursework, in-person training events, and webinars.
Starting a new job in an unfamiliar industry can be daunting. That’s why WESCO provides additional layers of support for their trainees. Members have access to a training leader with more than a decade of experience with WESCO. Share your accomplishments with the training leader, work through challenges together, or just get quick answers to program questions.
Sales trainees are also paired up with a mentor who is a graduate of the Sales Development Training Program. The mentor provides support by sharing personal experiences and providing program-specific guidance.
Sales development members can be comforted starting their career at WESCO knowing that there is a team of people with a vested interest in their success.
What happens when the program ends?
At the end of a successful year in the program, most program members accept sales positions at the branch they were assigned to. Occasionally, trainees choose positions in different branches. They may also accept positions in operations or other areas of WESCO.
While this is a sales development training program, some graduates of the program find that their interests are outside of sales. When that happens, WESCO does its best to accommodate those interests.
Project Manager – Industry Weapon
We are looking for a highly motivated, detail-oriented Project Manager that has experience managing 15-20 projects concurrently. The candidate will work closely with our internal teams and our customers to deliver technology projects to scope and on budget. If you have experience managing application/website/software projects, and are looking for a challenging and rewarding career, we encourage you to apply.
Provide regular project status, milestones, and risks to all customers and internal departments.
Serve as the primary point of contact for customer communications during project execution.
Manage and update weekly project resource schedule including engineering resources.
Ensure products are built to scope and are fully tested prior to delivery.
Demonstrate full understanding of products built. Ability to train customers and internal departments on new products.
Collect and organize content from customers or internal teams.
2+ years experience in a project management role, preferably within a software environment
Proficient using project management tools, Jira or other project management software
Experience in leading teams and projects
Outstanding attention to detail and organizational skills
Strong understanding of customer expectations
Mylan Positions – Actively Updated
For a list of their available full-time positions, check out their jobs page!
PNC: Technology Development Program
The Technology Career Development Program is a management rotation program for new graduates. It allows associates to gain exposure to three main roles through a blended learning approach that includes experiential, hands-on learning as well as web based and instructor led technical and leadership learning.
“Submit your interest” with PNC today!
Innovation Works: Common Application
Innovation Works’ portfolio companies are commercializing some of the most exciting products in IT, advanced materials, robotics, life sciences and other technology sectors. You can search for specific jobs and apply. If you are interested in working with one of IW’s portfolio companies but aren’t ready to apply to a specific position, fill out the common application
To see job opportunities and to get the common application, click here.
AEON: Teach English in Japan
PennEnvironment Summer Positions
PennEnvironment is a statewide, citizen-based grassroots environmental advocacy group and we’re hiring students here in the Pittsburgh area for immediate positions on our campaign to fight single-use plastic pollution, protect our Three Rivers, and fight for clean air for Pittsburgh. We’re looking for students from a variety of academic disciplines who work hard, communicate well and who are interested in doing something meaningful with their summer.
Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship On-Campus Positions
Are you a graduate student looking for a flexible and rewarding part-time position? We are hiring for two positions: a Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship Graduate Marketing Associate and a Chatham Women’s Business Center Graduate Program Assistant to work at our Entrepreneurship Hub at the Eastside campus. Connect with influential community leaders, learn marketable skills, and strengthen your resume. Apply today by clicking on the job titles above!
CHATHAM’S ON-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
To apply, all positions listed below can be found on Handshake as well as a full list of openings.
United Nations Online Volunteering Program
Online volunteers, organizations, and partners join the global push toward sustainable development. Volunteers contribute directly to the work of development organizations, working from a computer, tablet or mobile phone anywhere in the world.
Volunteering online allows volunteers to develop their skills and take on new roles that their professional life may not necessarily provide. Organizations collaborate with people of different backgrounds from all over the world, and become part of a global online community of peers who all share the goal of advancing human development.
There are many positions and opportunities available in different skill sets as well as varying hours per week, ranging from as little as one, and up to twenty. Every bit helps!
Skill sets or areas of interest include:
- Art & Design
- Writing & Editing
- Outreach & Advocacy
- Project Development & Management
- Technology Development
- Community Organizing
- Teaching & Training
- Leadership & Strategy
- Event Organization
- Volunteer Management
Click on the above links to view and apply to any positions!
June 11, 2019
10 AM – 2 PM
Westing Convention Center