The Career Insider

Volume V: Issue 5

In This Week's Career Insider Issue...

  • Meet-Ups: September 20 & 21

  • Careers in Arts Administration - September 21

  • Careers in Communication, Writing & Design - September 28

  • Save the Date: Free GRE Event - September 21

  • New Blog: Careers in Arts Administration

  • Careers in Communication, Design and Writing - September 28

  • The Washington Center Information Session - September 29

  • Baylor College of Medicine Road Trip - October 7

  • Amazing Volunteer Opportunity with Foundation Communities

  • Do You Want a Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC) Endorsement?
  • Foundation Communities Seeks Health Care Certified Application Counselors
  • Andrew's Insider Jobs Update

  • Help Wanted: Full time and Part time Jobs

  • American Women’s Society of CPA’s Kickoff Event - September 27

  • Adrian's Internship Recommendations

  • Apprentice Austin Application Deadline September 21

  • Sustainable Career Tips

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Careers in Arts Administration

By Emily Salazar


Arts Administration is also referred to as Arts Management. It is a field that involves business operations at an arts or cultural arts organization, which could be a non-profit or for-profit facility. The term “arts” covers a wide variety of fields. Some of these include: ballet, auction houses, art, music, film and theater, photography, opera, music and art festivals. An Arts Administrator could work in a variety of settings, such as: theaters, art galleries, museums, dance companies, community arts organizations, and many more. The role of an Arts Administrator may include: managing a staff and budget, marketing, public relations, fundraising, strategic planning, and program development. A senior level Arts Administrator may advise the Board of Directors or other senior managers. The Arts Administrator should also be knowledgeable about local, state, and federal public policy as well as human resources, labor laws, and risk management.


To read more, visit Hired from the Hilltop.

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Wednesday, September 21

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Are you interested in a career where you can support the arts? This event will allow you to learn about internships in Austin area arts organizations. The event will begin with a 30 minute panel discussion and conclude with one hour of roundtable networking.

We encourage students and alumni attending to dress professionally and bring their resume.


Employers attending the panel and networking session are:

  • Blanton Museum of Art

  • Long Center for Performing Arts

  • Texas Music Commission

  • The Contemporary Austin
  • Texas Film Commission
  • Austin Film Festival

We encourage students and alumni attending to dress professionally and bring their resume.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Be one of the first to learn about job announcements, interviewing tips, job trends, and insights that can help you land the perfect in communication, design and writing.

Students will be able to listen in on a 30 minute panel presentation followed by opportunity to participate in a 1-hour networking session moderated by Career and Professional Development.

We encourage students and alumni attending to dress professionally and bring their resume.
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Pre-Health Coordiantor, Jason De La Rosa, has arranged a private tour with Baylor Medical School to learn more about their program and facilities. This is a great opportunity to see the facilities, and meet current students, faculty, staff, and admissions representatives!


Friday, October 7 (9 a.m. – evening: ROAD TRIP to Baylor College of Medicine in Houston)


Van transportation will be provided, but you MUST RSVP BY NOON on Monday, September 19 if you want to attend and ride with us.


We will depart SEU at 9am sharp. You MUST RSVP for this event (even if you will not ride with us) since this is a high security facility, and I am REQUIRED to submit full names of all attendees.


Please read carefully:

  1. RSVP with your full name and ID number.
  2. This tour is limited to 40 people, so seats will be assigned on a “first-come, first-served” basis, but priority goes to upper-class students in their application year.
  3. I am required to submit the list to Baylor for their security, so you NEED to be certain that you are attending.
  4. If you RSVP and back out, this may result in your exclusion in being eligible for future tours.
  5. This date is during weekend two of ACL Festival – pay attention to your calendar.
  6. I cannot excuse you from classes, so you will also need to talk to your faculty members about missing class if you plan on attending.
  7. RSVP and questions should be directed to jasond@stedwards.edu

Do You Want a Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC) Endorsement?

Are you planning on entering any of the following programs, eventually?


Medical – Dental – Veterinary – Physician Assistant

Optometry – Pharmacy


If you plan on entering any of the programs above in Fall 2018, you should be applying to your respective program starting in May of 2017 in most cases, and an endorsement from the Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC) is strongly encouraged. Students typically apply in the Junior Year.


READ DETAILS CAREFULLY


If this is your application year, you are REQUIRED TO ATTEND one application workshop before you are eligible to apply. Come hear about the requirements, interview process, and what to expect. You will have three dates to choose from:


  • Wednesday, October 12 at 5:30 p.m. in JBWS 268
  • Thursday, October 20 at 5:30 p.m. in JBWS 363
  • Friday, October 21 at 2p.m. in JBWS 266


1. This application workshop is REQUIRED for people in their application year, but is OPEN TO ANY Pre-Health student, so you know what you will be expected to do.

2. RSVP with your full name, ID number, and which date you will attend.

3. There will only be three options this year, so you must make it a priority to attend one of them.


Please send RSVP to jasond@stedwards.edu AND mnava1@stedwards.edu


Send any questions to jasond@stedwards.edu

Foundation Communities seeks Certified Application Counselors (Volunteer)

Foundation Communities has an amazing volunteer opportunity through Foundation Communities that you should JUMP on immediately. They will need more than 100 volunteers to join them this season and really want SEU students. This is an ideal experience, especially since it will teach you about health care policy.


You will want to write volunteer@foundcom.org within the next two weeks so you are ready for training that begin in early October. Please read their recruitment message below:


For 25+ years, Foundation Communities has helped empower Austin-area families to build a better future. You’re invited to be a part of our story through a meaningful volunteer opportunity. The Insure Central Texas program helps individuals and families enroll in health coverage through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and find peace of mind for the future. Volunteers are trained to be Certified Application Counselors and have the unique opportunity to develop a deep understanding of how healthcare policy impacts low-income individuals. You will work hand-in-hand with clients to determine their eligibility for benefits, educate them about insurance options and guide them through the application process. The volunteer season coincides with the federal Marketplace open enrollment period (November 1 through January 31) and we also offer ongoing opportunities throughout the year. Daytime, evening and weekend shifts are available in both North and South Austin. No prior experience is necessary – our comprehensive training process will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to serve the community! To connect and learn more, email volunteer@foundcom.org.

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C.H. Robinson - Account Manager

There’s only one company changing the face and pace of global supply chain logistics: C.H. Robinson. Supply chain customers and professionals from around the world say C.H. Robinson’s people offer the best service, reliability, and communication in the industry (Inbound Logistics).Their employees work on nearly every continent, building careers and lives and relationships across North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Their network of offices, led by managers who have been promoted from within the company, are a major competitive advantage. They serve our customers and contract carriers locally, nationally, and globally via this unrivaled worldwide and virtual network of employees and offices.


Account Managers are trusted, strategic partners to companies around the world. This is your chance to align with C.H. Robinson’s customers to meet their supply chain and logistics needs, adding value as a trusted logistics advisor. You will manage a group of existing accounts to build strong, long-term relationships with key contacts. You’ll be empowered to manage and grow existing accounts by bringing forth new services, and expanding on existing services offered, with a focus on increasing efficiency, adding value, maximizing profitability through the account’s supply chain.


Their dynamic ACCELERATOR onboarding program will jumpstart your knowledge of C.H. Robinson and their industry, help you excel in their culture, and ensure your proficiency in their systems and processes. The first two weeks of your career will begin at their global headquarters in Minneapolis, where you’ll be immersed in an interactive and highly educational experience. You’ll then focus on learning at your local office for six months with a mix of activities, including elements to make you confident and skilled as you perform your job. You’ll come out of this experience ready to be a part of the success of C.H. Robinson. We want you to be more than a crucial element to their customers and carriers – we want you to be a high-performing member of their team.



To learn more about the qualifications and application process for this job, click here.

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American Women’s Society of Certified Public Accountants Kickoff Event

If you have noticed that there is a lack of CPA networking groups in Austin focused on women, you are not the only one! With your support, we want to change that by bringing the American Woman's Society of Certified Public Accountants (AWSCPA) to Austin. AWSCPA is a national organization with a mission to connect and support women CPAs. The goal of establishing a presence in Austin is to provide opportunities for professional development and growth for local women CPAs through regular networking and CPE events.

Please join us for one of our kick off events on Tuesday, September 27 to introduce the organization to local women CPAs and start building relationships.


Join AWSCPA in Austin on Tuesday, September 27th for a Networking Breakfast and/or Happy Hour!


We are delighted to offer two event options to meet your busy schedules, during which we will have a one hour introduction to the organization by National AWSCPA leadership, followed by an opportunity to mingle and network with everyone in attendance. Please RSVP by September 21.


Register for the Breakfast Here!


Breakfast: Nordstrom Café Bistro

8:30am - 10:00am

$25 per person

Full breakfast included

2901 S Capital of Texas Hwy


Register for the Happy Hour Here!

Happy hour: Sullivan's Steakhouse

5:30pm - 7:00pm

$30 per person

Includes 1 drink ticket and appetizers

300 Colorado St, Ste 200

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Community Work Study Internship Program

This program provides paid internships with local nonprofit organizations for students eligible to receive federal work-study funds in the fall and spring semesters. Each August, a list of internships at local nonprofits that have been selected to participate are posted. To determine if you are eligible for federal work-study funds, contact your Student Financial Services Counselor.


To Begin the Eligibility & Application Process, students must:

  • Be currently enrolled at St. Edward's University as either an undergraduate or graduate student

  • Be eligible for work study funding to apply for these internships

  • Email your student ID number, resume, and cover letter to Adrian Ramirez, Associate Director, at aramir21@stedwards.edu.


If you are unsure if you qualify:

  1. Verify you have submitted your FAFSA for the 2016 - 2017 academic year

  2. Email your student ID number to aramir21@stedwards.edu to verify eligibility


Internships for 2016 - 2017:


To learn more about the qualifications and application email Adrian Ramirez.

More Internship Recommendations

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Apprentice Austin Mentoring Program

The primary purpose of Apprentice Austin is to develop tomorrow’s young professionals and the future leaders of Austin. Since Austin is one of the most desirable cities in the country to live, it is difficult for recent grads to find work in such a competitive environment. Through Apprentice Austin, we hope too not only find each of these students jobs in Austin upon graduation, but give them the expertise, insights, and connections to have a successful career in their field of interest.


Students from across Austin area colleges (Austin Community College, Concordia, Huston-Tillotson, St. Edward's, Texas State, The University of Texas, Southwestern) will be selected for this cohort of Apprentices. Mentors will be selected based on the needs of the selected Apprentices. Selection criteria may include employer, industry, job title, alma mater, and community engagement.


Apprentices will meet their mentors at the Apprentice Austin Kickoff held each Fall. Mentors give 1 hour every other week to their apprentices (based upon calendar availability) to help guide the student on career development, make contacts/network in Austin and beyond, and offer general work and community awareness. Apprentices and Mentors are encouraged to meet a minimum of 6 times in person throughout the Fall and Spring semester.


If you are interested in applying, please click here.

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Job Opportunity: Education Assistant with Tree Folks http://think.stedwards.edu/sustainability/content/job-opportunity-education-assistant-treefolks


Internship Opportunity: Marketing and Communications Intern with U.S. Green Building Council Texas Chapter http://think.stedwards.edu/sustainability/content/internship-opportunity-marketing-and-communications-intern-us-green-building-council-texas-c


Internship Opportunity: Advocacy Intern with U.S. Green Building Council Texas Chapter http://think.stedwards.edu/sustainability/content/internship-opportunity-advocacy-intern-us-green-building-council-texas-chapter


Job Opportunity: Administrative Manager at Ecology Action of Texas http://think.stedwards.edu/sustainability/content/job-opportunity-administrative-manager-ecology-action-texas


Want to see what other universities are doing to become greener? Create your (free) Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education ( AASHE ) account, using your St. Ed’s email address. Info here Then go to the resources pages to find information on different green projects.


St. Edward's Sustainability Community on LinkedIn | Sustainability – Join the group here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4805738


What is Students for Sustainability? Learn about the group here and join them: http://think.stedwards.edu/sustainability/content/students-sustainability

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Looking for opportunities to network with employers and recruiters? Interested in learning more about how to enhance your experiences? Then be sure to visit our new Professional Community Events section on our Events & Meet-Ups page! It will be updated weekly.
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Starting August 29, the Virtual Career Advisor will now occur weekdays from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

So if you have questions and cannot come to Moody Hall 134, rest assured we'll be online to answer all your career related questions.
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