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Fall Recruiting Consortium

October 27, Midtown Manhattan, NY


Looking for a job or internship? William & Mary is partnering with 4 other liberal arts schools for the annual Fall Recruiting Consortium interview day in New York City. All juniors and seniors are eligible to apply for these opportunities.


For your chance to interview with one of the employers below, you must apply through the Fall Recruiting Consortium (FRC) website by Sunday, October 1 at 11:59 PM.


Science/Health Care Employers include:

Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Yeshiva University

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

The Lewin Group

The Rockefeller University

Weill Cornell Medicine

National Radio Astronomy Observatory - Information Session

Wednesday, October 4th, Noon | Cohen Career Center

The National Radio Astronomy Observatory provides state-of-the-art radio telescope facilities for use by scientists from around the world. They are also involved in cutting edge astronomical research, and in the design, development and manufacture of radio astronomy instrumentation and telescopes. Learn about the Summer Student Research Assistantship program and how to apply. RSVP to attend here.

Facebook Tech Talk and Resume Drop

Thursday, October 5th, 4:00 – 5:30pm | ISC3, Room 1221

Get the inside perspective on Facebook culture, initiatives, and opportunities from a university recruiter and two software engineers. Learn about the Facebook technical interview and how to prepare for it. Representatives will also be accepting resumes for full-time and internship positions. RSVP to attend here.

Organization Spotlight – The Jackson Laboratory (JAX)

JAX's Summer Student Program is designed for students who want to immerse themselves in genetics and genomics research. It emphasizes laboratory discovery, communication of knowledge, and professional growth. Students participate in an ongoing research program with the support of an experienced scientific mentor. They develop an independent project, implement their plan, analyze the data, and report the results. At the end of the summer, they present their findings to researchers, other students, and parents.


Learn more about The Summer Student Program here. Learn more about JAX here.

"Career Connections for Science Students"

Don Snyder, your Science & Technology career advisor, runs a Blackboard site filled with different career resources to help you get on the right path. On it, you can find everything from guidance articles to job opportunities. If you don't already see it listed with your actual classes on your Blackboard, email Don at dlsnyder@wm.edu to get added. Trust me, it's worth it.

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