Weekly update from the Career Resource Center – Nov. 23, 2020

Here’s everything you need to know about the Career Resource Center’s upcoming offerings for New Paltz students:

Winter Intersession Office and Drop-In Hours

The Career Resource Center will be open during Winter Break, but all appointments and drop-in hours will be hosted virtually.

Students can use this link to schedule a virtual appointment with one of the Center’s career professionals. Appointments are available Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The Career Resource Center team is also hosting virtual drop-in hours for students who are looking for quick information or more informal advice. Drop-in hours are Monday – Thursday, 12 – 4 p.m. Learn more and get the Zoom meeting URL using this link.

Career Resource Center on Instagram Live @npcareers

Tuesday, Nov. 24, 6:30 p.m.

Chelsea Candelario ’16 (Journalism) currently an assistant editor at PureWow, will discuss how she landed this role, give tips for showcasing your work for employers, and talk about how she’s navigating work/life balance during the pandemic.

First Year Internship Program

Exclusively for the class of 2024!

First-year students (non-transfers) have the opportunity to gain valuable professional experience with SUNY New Paltz alumni in a variety of on-campus departments and offices during the spring 2021 semester. These are substantive, unpaid internships that that can be done remotely. Each offers clearly defined learning and skill-development goals, as well as guidance and support from dedicated alumni employees.

Applications are due by Monday, Nov. 30. Use this link to learn more.

Contact Beth King at kingb@newpaltz.edu or (845) 257-3278 with any questions you may have.

Upcoming Events and Info Sessions

Winter 2021 EACE’s Virtual Road Trips to the Real World 

Registration is filling fast!

Employer Hosts

T. Howard Foundation paid internships for summer 2021

The T. Howard Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote diversity in media and entertainment by increasing the number of diverse and underrepresented groups and underserved communities within the industry.

All majors welcome, as positions are in the media/entertainment industry in a variety of positions. Some of the many majors they are seeking: communication/media, accounting, computer science, graphic design.

Registration Required for sessions on the following days:

Monday, Nov. 23, 12:30 p.m.

Amazon Information Session
Thursday, Dec. 3, 5 p.m.

Priscilla Edwards, the University Recruiter for Amazon Operations, will discuss opportunities within Amazon, specifically Area Managers, which is a management role in the Amazon fulfillment centers.

Session Access