The Office of Career Planning & Professional Development at the Graduate Center is seeking to hire a College Assistant to help with the implementation of the Enhancing STEM Career Development project, funded by the CUNY Office of Continuing Education and Workforce Programs via the Career Success Initiative. (Read more about this initiative here: http://www.naceweb.org/career-readiness/best-practices/initiative-boosts-career-competitiveness-of-cuny-grads/.)
The Enhancing STEM Development project is an intensive program of professional development for the Graduate Center’s STEM students that will build their communication skills, strengthen postgraduate career outcomes, and heighten coordination between the Graduate Center and the campus-based labs. This is a temporary position which will last from late January-early February 2019 to June 30, 2019
For more information and how to apply: https://www.gc.cuny.edu/About-the-GC/Administrative-Services/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities/Detail?id=47233
From the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development
Two employers (IBM and Travelers) have recently reached out to us to recruit GC students for summer internships in data science/analytics. One of them, IBM Market Development & Insights, will host an information session at the GC on Wednesday, December 12th. Additional information is below and attached.
We in the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development are happy to assist you with your application to these opportunities. You can click find out about making an appointment at this link:https://careerplan.commons.gc.cuny.edu/services/appointments
Terence D. Tolbert Public Service Internship, The City University of New York
The City University of New York is proud to offer an exciting new internship opportunity for one highly qualified CUNY graduate student in New York City. In recognition of his life in service to the City and State, CUNY will sponsor an internship in the name of Terence D. Tolbert (1964-2008). (more…)
Seeking a recent PhD or ABD to teach an interdisciplinary course to freshmen on immigration to (and migration within) NYC. “The People of NYC” is the second seminar for students in the Macaulay Honors College (MHC).
Below is the course description and objectives. An instructor with an Humanities &Art American Studies approach would be ideal. The course meets MW 2:00-3:15PM; the days/times can’t be changed. The course limit is 20 students. (more…)