Thursday, February 25, 2010
Who: Those who want to connect and see an award winning film that explores and celebrates the crucial role that Title IX had in opening doors to create leadership opportunities for women in all arenas…from science and math to arts and athletics!
What: Movie Night showing "License to Thrive; Title IX at 35" by Theresa Moore
When: Friday, March 5th 2010 6:00pm - 9:00pm (refreshments will be served)
Where: Dominican University of California Campus in The Creekside Room, Caleruaga Hall Why: To celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month!
FREE Admission and all the popcorn you can eat.
Golden State Warriors Sports & Entertainment Career Fair
(March 13th, 2010 – Oakland, CA)
Join the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on March 13th, from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m., along with several other professional and collegiate organizations in the surrounding area, for an exclusive one day only job fair.
This is your opportunity to speak with representatives and interview for positions with various teams, and organizations.
The $18 registration fee includes admission to the job fair as well as a ticket to the Golden State Warriors vs. Toronto Raptors game at 7:30pm that evening. Job Fair attendees will also have the opportunity to purchase additional tickets for family and friends at the discounted rate of $18 per person.
Organizations attending Include: Golden State Warriors, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, Sacramento Kings, Sacramento Rivercats, Cal Athletics, CSN Bay Area, Clear Channel & more!!
The deadline to reserve your spot is Friday, March 12th. Early registration is recommended because of the high demand and limited ticket availability.
Orders are filled on a first-come first-serve basis and there are no refunds or exchange. To register, please click on the link below: http://www.nba.com/warriors/tickets/warriors_career_fair.html
Day-of-event registration will be available, but the inclusion of a game ticket cannot be guaranteed and is subject to availability.
Come network with industry professionals and get a job in sports!
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Enjoy dinner while learning strategic dining etiquette do’s and don’ts.
In this fast paced seminar, students in all majors will learn:
- How to project a polished and confident professional image in business and work situations
- Conversational and networking skills: Introductions & how to mix with ease
- Learn international business protocol and cross cultural differences
- How and what to order: Food restrictions, alcohol consumption
- Tips for overcoming fears and insecurities in social situations
- Often made mistakes in dining etiquette and table manners
Wednesday, February 23, 20105:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Creekside Room, Caleruega Hall
Speaker: Sharyn Kennedy Amoroso, Director of Etiquette and Protocol Services, LLC
Fee : Students: $20.00 (a super-discounted price)
(Fees include a 3 course sit-down dinner, presentation, & handouts)
Space is limited and reservations must be prepaid by February 19th.
We expect to sell out early. To reserve your space, drop off fee in cash or check payable to Dominican University to:
Division of Business & International Studies, Bertrand Hall, Rm. 26 (2nd floor)
Career & Internship Services, Bertrand Hall, Room 104
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
- A six-day leadership training named an “Exemplary Program” by the Kellogg Foundation
- Students will be attending from nine other Bay Area collegesCurrent first year, sophomores and juniors are eligible
- Monetary value: $1,475 – full tuition granted to those accepted(Personal and professional value – priceless)
- Students may receive one or two credit units from the School of Business and Leadership
Applications are due before Spring Break 5:00 PM on Friday, March 5, 2010
Go to www.Dominican.edu/leadershape
View the video made by five 2009 LeaderShape graduates
Read the Dominican brochure for program details
Attend an information session and dessert party on Monday, February 15 from 8:00-9:00 PM in the Creekside Room and ask questions of a student who attended last year
TO APPLY Download the Application (word document) OR pick up an application at the School of Business and LeadershipComplete the application (keep page #1, page #2 will expand)
Please bring or send it to School of Business and Leadership Reception Desk, 2nd floor Bertrand between 8:00AM -5:00PM Questions? Contact Alice Cochran, ILS LeaderShape Director at Alice.Cochran@Dominican.edu or 415-457-8997
KRC is Seeking a Project Associate
Kathleen Russell Consulting is a small, woman-owned public affairs firm in San Rafael, CA that works with Native, social justice, environmental, and progressive nonprofits and political candidates in achieving their social, economic and political goals. Please check out our website to learn more about our full-service communications firm at http://www.kathleenrussell.com/.
We are looking for a mid-level project associate and team player with a passion for progressive politics and making a positive impact in the world. The ideal candidate is a well-organized "detail" person and a strong writer/communicator with solid political instincts. Two years of experience in a P.R. agency or political campaign is required. Strong career advancement potential exists in our rapidly growing firm. This is an initial 3-month contract position with a possible permanent hire to follow. Competitive pay scale is commensurate with experience. A healthy benefits package is available for permanent hires.
To Apply: Please send an updated resume, compelling cover letter, three employment references and two writing samples to: email@example.com. Position will remain open until filled. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity. We strongly encourage women, people of color, members of the LGBT community and other disadvantaged groups to apply.
Monday, February 8, 2010
The Dominican Global Ambassadors Club celebrates the diversity of campus and the world. Our ambassadors will discuss how President Obama is viewed around the world, nationalized healthcare here and abroad, human rights, disaster relief, and monetary systems. Please support our international students.
Bring your lunch, bring your questions, and join us for this cross-cultural event! Dessert will be provided.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Please note that my last day in the office will be next Thursday, February 11. So, if you need anything, please let me know ASAP. As for advising, there will be a few people in the office who will be helping with this piece. Also, updated audits will be available for all undergraduate students starting on Tuesday, February 16, slighly earlier than normal, but feel free to pick them up.
For MBA and Pathways students, Sue Stavn will be your contact person. She will be seeing students by appointment and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
For day students, please see the Peer Advising dates listed below. We will also have a current student in the office who can meet with walk-ins during her office hours. Lindsay will be available:
Please note that Peer Advising will be extremely important this semester, so please attend if you are not a part of the BUS 1009 or 2009 class!!
For those with the Accounting concentration, you will meet with Liz Capener when advising begins.
Here are a few dates to put on your calendar:
Academic Advising Begins March 15
BUS 1009 & 2009 class advising sessions March 18 6:00-8:00pm
Peer Advising Sessions in Library 222 March 29 and April 8 11:30am-1:30pm
Priority Registration April 12-April 16
Open Registration Begins April 19
Concentrations for Day Students
If you have not declared a concentration and would like to, please stop by the School of Business and Leadership. We have the paperwork here and would be happy to sign it for you.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Calling all women who are in the Finance and/or Accounting Concentrations!
Do you have a GPA of 3.4?
If so, you could be eligible for a $5,000 scholarship, join us for a session to learn how.
Bring your lunch to this event and RSVP to Jessica Hansen at email@example.com by Friday, February 5.
Spend your Summer with Delloite - Deadlines are February 9!
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is an organization of member firms devoted to excellence in providing professional services and advice. The organization is focused on client service through a global strategy executed locally in nearly 150 countries. With access to the deep intellectual capital of 150,000 people worldwide, Deloitte’s member firms, including their affiliates, deliver services in four professional areas: audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services. Deloitte’s member firms serve more than one-half of the world’s largest companies, as well as large national enterprises, public institutions, locally important clients, and successful, fast-growing global growth companies.
There is a tax implication for almost every transaction a company undertakes, from trading to acquisition to offshoring. Even the most sophisticated global companies often struggle with balancing compliance details and long-term tax strategy. The tax specialists of Deloitte Tax LLP (“Deloitte Tax”) have the perspective to help companies understand national, state and local and international tax structures and align the tax function with businessobjectives.
*Bachelor of Science/Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting or Taxation, or JD or LLM Degree (with undergraduate accounting
*Minimum requirements to sit for CPA exam, preferable Pathway 2, before beginning full-time employment preferable
*Strong academic credentials
*Relevant work experience (e.g. internships, summer positions, school jobs)
*Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, and strong verbal and written communication skills
*Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguity
*Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels
*Minimum 3.0 G.P.A required, 3.2 G.P.A preferred
Campus Recruiting Manager
Sandra Gill/ firstname.lastname@example.org / (415) 783-5142
To submit a job-specific profile for this job or to view all of our career opportunities, please visit http://careers.deloitte.com/ , then select “Opportunities.”
Profile submission will take approximately 30 minutes.
Summer Leadership Conference
The Deloitte National Leadership Conference is a multi-day event for selected
students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and a keen interest
in business/professional services. Students from several colleges and universities will
be involved in workshops and activities geared towards bringing out their leadership,
team-building, interpersonal and negotiation skills and potential. In addition,
students will have numerous opportunities to network and interact with Deloitte
professionals of all levels, ranging from manager to partner/ principal from across
the U.S. We can guarantee that our conference will be one of the most exciting and
rewarding learning experiences you will ever encounter outside of the classroom!
All of this is at no cost to you! Learn more about us and yourself. Submit your jobspecific
profile for this program today!
· Sophomore or Junior Level students studying business
· Keen interest in professional services and a career in business
· Strong academic credentials (Minimum GPA of 3.25 or equivalent)
· Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, and strong verbal and written
· Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at
Campus Recruiting Manager
Sandra Gill/ email@example.com / (415) 783-5142
How to Apply- To submit a job-specific profile for this job or to view all of our career opportunities, please visit http://careers.deloitte.com/ , then select “Students” then “Job Search”.
While the worst seems to be over, there are plenty of unique challenges left facing organizations of all types; indeed for some, those challenges are just beginning. As a result, now more than ever organizations need and want individuals that can make a difference.
The Leadership Certificate (LC) 3.0 “The Making of Leaders™” is designed for those who wish to take charge, seek new strategies to lead in tough economic times, and tangibly contribute to the achievement of the organization’s goals.
The Certificate experience is comprised of 10 one-day sessions plus a final half day session. The sessions are on alternate Saturdays and the first one is February 27, 2010!
Led by successful senior executives and proven subject matter experts, “The Making of Leaders™” provides insights, practical guidelines and personalized coaching on a variety of topics central to the creation and development of leaders.
In addition, the experience offers the opportunity to conceive and implement a project within one’s organization to make a bottom-line impact, and thusly make the enrollment an investment neutral process. We call this “Session X”. Time is allocated at the end of each session to carry the projects to successful completion.
These are challenging times for us all. LC 3.0 focuses on how you can turn challenges into opportunities. While Leadership Development can be characterized as an ongoing process, when new and unique difficulties face us, added dimensions emerge. At such times, leadership takes on a whole new meaning, and the challenges of being a leader become magnified.
*How can you positively increase the impact you have on your work environment?
*How can you become a role model for your organization?
*How do you ready yourself for enhanced roles in the context of your career goals?
*How can you leverage your understanding of how others see you, towards enhanced contributions?
*How do you “re-invent” yourself to address these unprecedented times while remaining an authentic leader?
Click on /resolveuid/4042a96a4c7d2fdb15954018b71c5207 for complete details of this valuable experience. “The Making of Leaders” will be an invaluable component of what you can offer.
Capital Fellows Program
An outstanding professional and academic opportunity to work in state government for 10-11 months as a full-time member of the executive, legislative or judicial branch office. Apply Today!
The 2010-11 application deadline for the Capital Fellows Programs is quickly approaching on February 24, 2010. Applications and information about the four fellowships are available online at www.csus.edu/calst/programs .
Abercrombie and Fitch is seeking interested candidates for their Manager in Training position. Oportunities in the East Bay, South Bay and Central Valley.
If you are interested, contact Todd Bergman at firstname.lastname@example.org