The National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation and the New York State Broadcasters are hosting a Career Fair at the NAB New York Show at the Javits Center on October 26th. Learn about working in the exciting world of local media and broadcasting. There will be a panel of young executives from 8:30 to 9:15 followed by interview opportunities with leading media companies from 10Am to 2 PM.
Students & job seekers should register in advance. There is no charge to attend. For more information and to register visit:
NAB Leadership Foundation | 2023 Career Fair (nabfoundation.org)
Hudson Valley Magazine is looking for a full-time Digital Editor. Position will take place in-person in Fishkill, NY. Candidates must be familiar with the Hudson Valley area and love to explore everything from food to entertainment. Continue reading
Thinking about a Job or an Internship? The Career Resource Center, located in Humanities 105, is a great tool to keep in mind ! Continue reading
The Career Resource Center will host its semi-annual Jobs & Internship Fair on October 20, 2021 from 11-3 in the SUB Multi-Purpose Room.
Students are encouraged to prepare their resume, research the exhibitors, and come dressed to impress. Leading up to the event, the career resource center has scheduled or drop in hours to look over resumes and help prepare for the fair. That day, there will also be a LinkedIn photo booth, where a photographer will take your portrait photo for you to upload to your LinkedIn profile. Over 75 employers are looking to fill full-time, part-time, and internships positions. Be sure to RSVP for this event through Handshake to increase your visibility to potential employers.
Future interns, it is never too early to begin networking! Networking can open doors and reveal opportunities you would’ve never thought of. Since students are responsible for finding their own internships (and then getting them approved by Nancy Heiz before starting), networking is important so you can scout for the internship that best suits you. Don’t worry, networking is still possible in a virtual world!