Friday, January 31, 2014

Internship Opportunities






FBI
Honors Internship Program
Application must be posted between January 29th and February 4th
Learn more and apply online at https://www.fbijobs.gov/231.asp

Cliff’s Amusement Park
Social Media Intern
Interested candidates can send their resume and letter of interest to Lance Smith at lance@cliffsamusementpark.com.

ActionCoach
Marketing Internship
For more information, please contact 505-933-6003 or email officenm@actioncoach.com

Sandia National Laboratories
HR Recruiting Business Support (Grad Year Round Internship)
Deadline for applications: February 24, 2014
Applicants must apply online. To learn more about this position and to apply, please visit our Careers page at http://www.sandia.gov/careers/search-openings.html and reference Job Opening ID Number: 645112.

Ultramain Systems, Inc.
Java Software Engineer Internship
To apply, students can apply online at: http://www.ultramain.com/employment.

Paws & Stripes
Internal Financial Audit Intern
To apply, submit a resume to the Paws and Stripes office, Attn: Mandy. Submissions may be emailed to: veterandogs@pawsandstripes.org

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Analyst Internship 2014
Application deadline February 14, 2014
Apply on Lobo Career Connection at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Media Literacy Project
Communications & Marketing Intern
Apply online at http://medialiteracyproject.org/opportunities/communications-marketing-intern

FDIC
Financial Management Internship
Anderson students may apply from January 27 – 31, 2014
How to Apply: Apply online at: http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/fdicscholars. You must attach to your online application a resume; official or unofficial transcript showing courses completed, major, and current GPA; and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the FMSP. You must also submit separately, in accordance with the online application instructions, a letter of reference from a faculty member at your college or university who is familiar with your qualifications. Applications will be deemed incomplete if all required attachments and the letter of reference are not received by the prescribed deadlines. You will be able to select in order of preference up to five field office locations at which you would like to be considered for employment (see reverse side for available locations). Veterans must include a copy of the DD214 to obtain employment preference. The deadline for submission of applications is January 31, 2014. Internship offers will be made in March 2014.

Axiom
Accounting Intern
If interested contact Ron Saavedra, Partner at 505-550-8300 or ron.saavedra@axiomnm.com

Covidien
Summer Internship – Boulder, CO
RMS/Respiratory Solutions Marketing MBA
Learn more and apply online at http://careers.covidien.com/job/2014009276/intern-rmsrespiratory-solutions-marketing-mba

Frank Ortiz & Associates, Inc.
Personal Tax Return Assistant
To apply, email resume, transcript and instructor recommendation to fjocpa2@netzero.com

Ricci & Company
Tax Intern
To apply, email resume to geno.casanova@riccicpa.com


Don’t forget you can apply to receive academic credit for your internship! Call 277-3290 to learn more today! Need help polishing your professional materials, contact Kate at kwill07@unm.edu.

Job Opportunities




Verge Fund
Fund Administrator
Candidates with an entrepreneurial spirit as well as a desire to grow your professional experience and expand your knowledge should send your resume to agiannini@vergefund.com.

UNM Global Education Office
Public Information Representative
To learn more and apply, visit https://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1390955324167

Mind Over Markets, LLC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Marketing Manager for Green Marketing Company – Part-time
Please submit your resume to info@mindovermarkets.com

FDIC
Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)
Approximately 100 positions to be filled at multiple locations
How to Apply: If you are interested, apply online at the following web site by April 29, 2014: http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/safeguardyourfuture. The best qualified applicants will be invited to Washington, DC, for interviews at FDIC expense during the week of June 23-28, 2014.

DMC Logistics
Site Operations Manager
Qualified BBA and MBA students who are interested in this position should attend the Internship Fair to personally meet the DMC team.  Questions, contact Kate Williams, kwill07@unm.edu or nmead60@unm.edu.


Don’t forget to contact Kate Williams at 277-3290 for help in polishing your professional materials!
 

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

5 Tips for Success at Anderson Summer Internship Fair






Thursday’s internship fair is coming fast! We know you want to make the most out of your experience, so the Career Services Office at Anderson has compiled some tips and tricks to make the 2014 Internship Fair the best one yet!

1. Suit up, Anderson. The old saying, “you never get a second chance to make a first impression,” may be corny, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t true. Like it or not, first impressions are based on visual appearance, and professional appearance is an important aspect of your preparation for the internship fair. Remember, you don’t have to spend a lot to look great! Check out our Pinterest page for discounts at retailers and for fashion inspiration. Still have questions? Call or email our office today!

2. Sharpen your resume and bring multiple copies. Yes, lots of places will tell you to apply online, but that doesn’t mean you can leave your resume at home. You never know when you’ll be asked to supply a resume, so make sure you look professional and prepared by having several on hand for the internship fair. If it’s been awhile since your last resume update, visit brandyou.mgt.unm.edu for our complete resume guide.

3. Develop and practice your introduction. 30-second commercial, elevator pitch, branding statement…there are lots of ways to describe this important piece of preparation. You need to introduce yourself to employers in a way that demonstrates confidence, explains who you are and what you’re looking for, and entices the employer to learn more about you. Email our office for a templates to get you started!

4. Research the companies. It may sound like simple advice, but you’ll be surprised how many people neglect to do any background research on companies and the open internship positions. We have a list of companies with a link to their website at brandyou.mgt.unm.edu and it will always pay to research the company ahead of time. Trust me, you don’t want to be the person standing in front of the employer asking, “So…what do you do again?”

5. Follow up. Did you make a great contact? Did someone ask you to send along a resume later? Did someone give you some helpful information? Stand out from the crowd by asking for business cards from everyone you meet. You’ll make a great impression and demonstrate your initiative and follow-through by simply sending a gracious thank you note or email to your new contact.


Kate Williams, Anderson’s Career Development Facilitator, is available to work one on one with you. Please call 277-3290 to schedule an appointment.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Job Opportunities





Summit Electric Supply
Director of Training
Apply online at https://www.summit.com/employment/positions

Ultramain
Information Technology Manager
To apply or get additional information, visit www.Ultramain.com.

FDIC
Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)
Approximately 100 positions to be filled at multiple locations
How to Apply: If you are interested, apply online at the following web site by April 29, 2014: http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/safeguardyourfuture. The best qualified applicants will be invited to Washington, DC, for interviews at FDIC expense during the week of June 23-28, 2014.

DMC Logistics
Site Operations Manager
Qualified BBA and MBA students who are interested in this position should attend the Internship Fair to personally meet the DMC team.  Questions, contact Kate Williams, kwill07@unm.edu or nmead60@unm.edu.
HUB International
Business Development Manager
Apply online at http://www.hubinternational.jobs/more.php?id=2669
This is a great position for a recent grad and offers three months of onsite training in Chicago.
NOVA Corporation
VP Human Resources
Learn more and apply:  http://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/10311211?trk=rj_em

J & J Technical Services, Inc.
Marketing Associate
Submit a resume and cover letter to alan@jandjtech.com.
Utility Trailer Interstate
New Mexico Sales Representative
Email resume and cover letter to Travis Martin at tmartin@utilitytrailer.net

Henry Schein Dental
Field Sales Consultant – El Paso, TX
Learn more and apply online – LLC #9868 at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

U.S. PIRG
Campus Organizer
Apply online at http://uspirg.org/apply

Keller Williams
Real Estate Coordinator/Transaction Manager
Applications accepted until February 7, 2014
Apply online – LLC #9850 at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Information SessionFarm Bureau Financial Agent
The decision to pursue a career as a Farm Bureau insurance agent comes back to who you are and what motivates you. Farm Bureau insurance agents are known as community leaders who help their neighbors and serve the people of their communities.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 from 4 – 6 p.m.
2401 Cabezon Blvd SE, Suit3e 102
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Learn more and register to attend this session by emailing Stephan at stephan.slota@fbfs.com.



Don’t forget to contact Kate Williams at 277-3290 for help in polishing your professional materials!

Internship Opportunities




Paws & Stripes
Internal Financial Audit Intern
To apply, submit a resume to the Paws and Stripes office, Attn: Mandy. Submissions may be emailed to: veterandogs@pawsandstripes.org

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Analyst Internship 2014
Application deadline February 14, 2014
Apply on Lobo Career Connection at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Media Literacy Project
Communications & Marketing Intern
Apply online at http://medialiteracyproject.org/opportunities/communications-marketing-intern

Albuquerque Business First
Marketing Intern
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to Sylvia Vigil-Raines at: svigil-raines@bizjournals.com by January 31, 2014 to be considered.

FDIC
Financial Management Internship
Anderson students may apply from January 27 – 31, 2014
How to Apply: Apply online at: http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/fdicscholars. You must attach to your online application a resume; official or unofficial transcript showing courses completed, major, and current GPA; and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the FMSP. You must also submit separately, in accordance with the online application instructions, a letter of reference from a faculty member at your college or university who is familiar with your qualifications. Applications will be deemed incomplete if all required attachments and the letter of reference are not received by the prescribed deadlines. You will be able to select in order of preference up to five field office locations at which you would like to be considered for employment (see reverse side for available locations). Veterans must include a copy of the DD214 to obtain employment preference. The deadline for submission of applications is January 31, 2014. Internship offers will be made in March 2014.

Axiom
Accounting Intern
If interested contact Ron Saavedra, Partner at 505-550-8300 or ron.saavedra@axiomnm.com

Covidien
Summer Internship – Boulder, CO
RMS/Respiratory Solutions Marketing MBA
Learn more and apply online at http://careers.covidien.com/job/2014009276/intern-rmsrespiratory-solutions-marketing-mba

Frank Ortiz & Associates, Inc.
Personal Tax Return Assistant
To apply, email resume, transcript and instructor recommendation to fjocpa2@netzero.com

Ricci & Company
Tax Intern
To apply, email resume to geno.casanova@riccicpa.com


Don’t forget you can apply to receive academic credit for your internship! Call 277-3290 to learn more today! Need help polishing your professional materials, contact Kate at kwill07@unm.edu.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The Big Internship: The next best thing to the job itself





In the movie, The Internship, Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn amused us as two unemployed, old school salesmen interning at Google and competing for real jobs against genius 20-somethings.  The movie was silly and entertaining yet depicted perfectly the reality that an internship is the next best thing to the job itself.

The Reality

A tough economic environment means students and recent grads face unprecedented challenges as they look to launch their career.  The Big “I” gives Anderson students the chance to get the skills they need, build a significant professional network, and start out in the job market with a polished resume and plenty of interview practice!  By completing one or two internships while working toward a degree, Anderson students can significantly impact their chances of landing a professional career that utilizes their education and individual skill set.

Hiring Decisions

When it comes to hiring business students, employers consistently describe the ideal business candidate.  Recruiters tell us they are looking for students who have been involved on campus, preferably in a club, with a leadership position or two. Professional polish and good grades are important, however, the most valuable section on the resume is work experience, which, for a college graduate, most often comes in the form of an internship. 

In the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ 2014 Job Outlook survey, 96% of employers said that relevant work experience is the most important factor in their hiring decision.  Another national survey conducted by Internships.com revealed that 66% of employers believe interview performance and relevant work experience are the most important factors —far more significant than strong academic performance.  Furthermore, the research says that 70% of companies made full-time job offers to their interns.

Practically speaking, it might seem unreasonable to even consider an internship when life is already overflowing with personal, educational and work-related responsibilities. Great news -- according to Anderson’s 2012/13 Graduate Exit Survey, 71% of BBA and 74% of MBA internships are paid opportunities! And that’s not all:

• Average wage for BBA internship is close to $14/hour
• Average wage for Master’s degree candidates ranges from $17 - $20/hour

January 30th BBA & MBA/MACCT Internship Fair

Anderson students have proven that keeping an open mind, attending Career Services events and networking with recruiters can land any student an internship and change their career trajectory.

On Thursday, January 30th Anderson students will have the opportunity to meet with local and national recruiters in the Jackson Student Center to network their way into a summer internship opportunity.  In 2013, over 70 internship opportunities were available for Anderson students. The 2014 Internship Fair is shaping up nicely; employers from Sandia National Laboratories and New Mexico State Personnel Office, to National Electric/Nicor, Array Technologies and Colliers International will be sending recruiters to connect with Anderson School of Management BBA and MBA/MACCT students.  The BBA Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; the MBA/MACCT Fair runs from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

View a list of employers attending the Summer Internship Fairs - BBA | MBA/MACCT.

Career Services will host two Internship Fair Prep Workshops.

Register online today for the prep workshops scheduled for Tuesday, January 28th in GSM 302.

BBA Internship Fair Prep Workshop
9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Register today at http://goo.gl/06SPf.

MBA/MACCT Internship Fair Prep Workshop
4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Register today at http://goo.gl/kzncr

Don’t miss the 2014 BBA and MBA/MACCT Internship Fair!  Your participation will open doors to new opportunities, allow you to meet community business leaders and help you build your confidence as you transition from student to professional.


Natalie Mead is the Career Services Manager at the Anderson School of Management.  She is passionate about professional development and the opportunity to connect the talented pool of Anderson students with employers and recruiting partners.  Click here to contact Natalie.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Internship Opportunities




Paws & Stripes
Internal Financial Audit Intern
To apply, submit a resume to the Paws and Stripes office, Attn: Mandy. Submissions may be emailed to: veterandogs@pawsandstripes.org

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Analyst Internship 2014
Application deadline February 14, 2014
Apply on Lobo Career Connection at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Media Literacy Project
Communications & Marketing Intern
Apply online at http://medialiteracyproject.org/opportunities/communications-marketing-intern

Albuquerque Business First
Marketing Intern
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to Sylvia Vigil-Raines at: svigil-raines@bizjournals.com by January 31, 2014 to be considered.

Baca + Redwine
Accounting Intern
For more information, please see www.bacaredwinecpa.com
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to him at sbaca@bacaredwinecpa.com

FDIC
Financial Management Internship
Anderson students may apply from January 27 – 31, 2014
How to Apply:  Apply online at: http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/fdicscholars.  You must attach to your online application a resume; official or unofficial transcript showing courses completed, major, and current GPA; and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the FMSP.  You must also submit separately, in accordance with the online application instructions, a letter of reference from a faculty member at your college or university who is familiar with your qualifications.  Applications will be deemed incomplete if all required attachments and the letter of reference are not received by the prescribed deadlines.  You will be able to select in order of preference up to five field office locations at which you would like to be considered for employment (see reverse side for available locations).  Veterans must include a copy of the DD214 to obtain employment preference.  The deadline for submission of applications is January 31, 2014.  Internship offers will be made in March 2014.

Republican Party of New Mexico
Accounting and Finance Internships
To apply, please contact Job Steffins at JSteffins@gopnm.org

La Montanita CO|OP
Sustainability Intern
Board of Directors Research Assistant
Email resume and cover letter to:  Marshall Kovitz, Vice President, Board of Directors, La Montanita Food Co-operative.  marshall@swcp.com . (Place the words, “Board Research Assistant” in the subject line)

Gap, Inc.
Internship
Gap is looking for a bright, energetic person with a good work ethic, familiarity with accounting principles, good Excel and Access skills and the willingness to learn.
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Lisa_Rister@gap.com.

Tractor Brewing Company
Business & Accounting Internship
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Nicole Duke at noleduke@gmail.com

Simply Design
Marketing Intern
Application Deadline:  January 1, 2014
To apply, please go to www.simplydesigninc.com/internship

Leukemia & Lymphomas Society
Marketing Internship
To apply, please email cover letter and resume to recruiting_NMA@lls.org

Farm Bureau
Recruiting Intern
To apply, email cover letter and resume to Stephan.slota@fbfs.com.


Don’t forget you can apply to receive academic credit for your internship! Call 277-3290 to learn more today!  Need help polishing your professional materials, contact Kate at kwill07@unm.edu.

Job Opportunities

 
 
 


Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting (Phoenix, AZ)
Budget Analyst Position
To apply, please send the letter, resume, and writing sample to: Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting, 1700 West Washington, Suite 500 Phoenix, AZ 85007, Attn: Bill Greeney or email directly to BGreeney@az.gov.

Riverstone Residential Group
Leasing Consultant
Apply online – LLC #9840 at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Summit Electric Supply
Director of Training
Apply online at https://www.summit.com/employment/positions

Ultramain
Information Technology Manager
To apply or get additional information, visit www.Ultramain.com

FDIC
Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)
Approximately 100 positions to be filled at multiple locations
How to Apply:  If you are interested, apply online at the following web site by April 29, 2014:  http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/safeguardyourfuture.  The best qualified applicants will be invited to Washington, DC, for interviews at FDIC expense during the week of June 23-28, 2014.

Deluxe Design, Inc.
Production Manager
Interested applicants should apply at: www.deluxedesign.com/employment

Gap, Inc.
Contract Position
Gap is looking for a bright, energetic person with a good work ethic, familiarity with accounting principles, good Excel and Access skills and the willingness to learn.
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Lisa_Rister@gap.com.

Work Study Positions
Media Literacy Project
Communications & Marketing Assistant
Learn more and apply http://medialiteracyproject.org/opportunities/communications-marketing-assistant-unm-work-study-0

Media Literacy Project
Operations and Development Assistant
Learn more and apply http://medialiteracyproject.org/opportunities/operations-and-development-assistant-unm-work-study

Media Literacy Project
Volunteer Coordinator
Learn more and apply http://medialiteracyproject.org/opportunities/volunteer-coordinator-unm-work-study

Information Session
Farm Bureau Financial Agent
The decision to pursue a career as a Farm Bureau insurance agent comes back to who you are and what motivates you. Farm Bureau insurance agents are known as community leaders who help their neighbors and serve the people of their communities.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 from 4 – 6 p.m.
2401 Cabezon Blvd SE, Suit3e 102
Rio Rancho, NM  87124
Learn more and register to attend this session by emailing Stephan at stephan.slota@fbfs.com.



Don’t forget to contact Kate Williams at 277-3290 for help in polishing your professional materials!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Entrepreneurial Mindset, Turning Problems into Profits



 
 
(2nd in a series of three articles on entrepreneurship)

Entrepreneurs naturally believe that there is a solution for every problem, and that every solution represents an opportunity to start a business and make money.  This isn’t news really, we all know it.  Think about every product or service that you’ve every purchased. You bought them to solve a problem… whether a car to get you to work, a flashlight to see in the dark or a scarf to stay warm on a cold winter night. 

And sometimes one solution can lead to another.  Take the telecommunications industry.  Over 150 years ago, Alexander Graham Bell encountered a problem close to home (i.e., both his mother and wife were deaf), and his research on hearing devices led to his discovery of the telephone in 1876.  Interestingly, soon after introducing the telephone, Bell offered to sell the patent outright to Western Union for $100,000 and the president of Western Union balked, countering that the telephone was, “nothing but a toy.”  Two years later, he told colleagues that, “If he could get the patent for $25 million he would consider it a bargain.”  And now the telecommunications industry, from facsimile machines to iPhones, represents billions of dollars in revenues and the proliferation and complexity of devices is growing. 

The underlying principle that anyone can follow is to change your thinking about problems, and start to consider them as an opportunity to start a business.  In fact, most entrepreneurs seek out problems, and as many have told me, they actually “love problems.” 

In a similar vein, I ask my students at the beginning of all of my entrepreneurial studies courses to make a list of problems they encounter in their lives, especially ones that they complain about regularly, and then brainstorm 2-3 solutions for each that they could turn into a viable business proposition. 

A common problem that many of my students pointed to this last semester was the parking congestion on campus.  Although speaking personally, I’d say that parking is much more accessible than it was when I attended UNM in the early 70s (as I can attest to given the number of parking tickets I paid back then), but I’m sure there are still many opportunities for improvements.  Their answers make for a fun read:

• Lease third party properties near campus and rent parking spaces for a reduced cost to students.  
• Add a “Smart Shuttle Service” that takes students directly to their classrooms, or maybe something like the bike taxis you can rent in New York City, although a robot driver would be worth considering… just plug in your classroom and the vehicle (whatever type) will take you directly to your classroom door.  
• Create an APP showing where there are open parking spots or where the various buses are enroute real time.
• Offer more online courses so students don’t need to come to campus. 
• Promote carpooling and offer a paid membership service to match students based on their locations, availability, etc.
• Work with homeowners near campus to rent parking spots in front of their homes (i.e., you could share some of the funds generated with local Homeowner Associations in trade for promoting your new Neighborhood Parking service).
• Invent a mechanical system for parking cars “vertically” rather than horizontally, to open up more space in the parking garage. 
• Create a car that can be folded up into a box and easily carried to class. 
• Develop a campus-wide subway system or above ground UNM Monorail (like Disneyworld).  See the following link work that is already being done in this area  
www.byrnecreative.com/blog/2013/03/albuquerque-subway-map/.
• Offer a shuttle service for students like an elementary school bus route…
• Sell electric or solar-powered roller blades, skate boards, long boards, bicycles, etc.
• Offer rental bicycles, Segways or skateboards that are available at various distribution points around campus… to pick up at one location and drop off at another… similar to the luggage cart rentals at the airport or car sharing services like Zipcar (www.zipcar.com)
• Offer a hotel-like concierge service!

That last one is my favorite.  And this is just a short list of the hundreds of ideas my students offered to solve this problem and several other problems. I think the most interesting thing that comes from this line of thinking though is that you personally quit complaining about problems, or issues, or difficult situations that you encounter.  Instead you use them as the foundation for a discussion on solutions and profitable opportunities.  So what problems would you work on to start your entrepreneurial journey? 

I’ll explore other aspects of starting a small business in future blog articles including the 3rd in this series:  11 Hot Small Business Ideas You Can Start While in College.  In addition, UNM offers a wide range of entrepreneurial courses to choose from.  Be sure to schedule an appointment with your Admissions Counselor to explore the many options available to you.  




(Mr.) Stacy Sacco, teaches courses in entrepreneurial studies at Anderson School of Management and serves as the Associate Director of the UNM Small Business Institute. Sacco previously worked for WESST, an SBA-funded micro-lender that helps start and grow small businesses and hosts a small business incubator in downtown Albuquerque. For more information, contact Stacy at sasacco@unm.edu or 505-277-1138.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Internship Opportunities

 
 


Baca + Redwine
Accounting Intern
For more information, please see www.bacaredwinecpa.com
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to him at sbaca@bacaredwinecpa.com

FDIC
Financial Management Internship
Anderson students may apply from January 27 – 31, 2014
How to Apply:  Apply online at: http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/fdicscholars.  You must attach to your online application a resume; official or unofficial transcript showing courses completed, major, and current GPA; and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the FMSP.  You must also submit separately, in accordance with the online application instructions, a letter of reference from a faculty member at your college or university who is familiar with your qualifications.  Applications will be deemed incomplete if all required attachments and the letter of reference are not received by the prescribed deadlines.  You will be able to select in order of preference up to five field office locations at which you would like to be considered for employment (see reverse side for available locations).  Veterans must include a copy of the DD214 to obtain employment preference.  The deadline for submission of applications is January 31, 2014.  Internship offers will be made in March 2014.

Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD)
Human Resources Interns
The vacancy announcements to fill these positions via the Pathways Program will open on Monday, January 13 and close on Wednesday, January 15.  The Pathways Program implemented both the Internship Program for current students and the Recent Graduates Program for those who have recently graduated from qualifying educational institutions or programs.  Our DON HR Intern placements will be a combination of both Internships and Recent Graduates.
Location:   
Cherry Point, NC
   Intern Annc:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/358811800
   Recent Grad Annc: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/358857300
China Lake, CA 
   Intern Annc:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/358813900
   Recent Grad Annc: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/358858000
Point Mugu, CA 
   Intern Annc:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/358841000
   Recent Grad Annc: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/358862100

SecureApps

Network/System Administrator Internship
To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to Scott at Scott.briggs@secureapps.us.

Bob’s Painting, Inc.
Business Development & Marketing
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Stacey Famiglietta at Sherman@bobspainting.com.

Republican Party of New Mexico
Accounting and Finance Internships
To apply, please contact Job Steffins at JSteffins@gopnm.org

La Montanita CO|OP
Sustainability Intern
Board of Directors Research Assistant
Email resume and cover letter to:  Marshall Kovitz, Vice President, Board of Directors, La Montanita Food Co-operative.  marshall@swcp.com . (Place the words, “Board Research Assistant” in the subject line)

Gap, Inc.
Internship
Gap is looking for a bright, energetic person with a good work ethic, familiarity with accounting principles, good Excel and Access skills and the willingness to learn.
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Lisa_Rister@gap.com.

Tractor Brewing Company
Business & Accounting Internship
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Nicole Duke at noleduke@gmail.com

Simply Design
Marketing Intern
Application Deadline:  January 1, 2014
To apply, please go to www.simplydesigninc.com/internship

Leukemia & Lymphomas Society
Marketing Internship
To apply, please email cover letter and resume to recruiting_NMA@lls.org

Skirt Strategies
Student Intern
Areas of focus:  Marketing, entrepreneurial, and organizational leadership
Apply to this PAID internship by emailing your resume and cover letter to Katie Snapp at katie@skirtstrategies.com.

Kohl’s
Store Management Internship (LCC #9461)
Apply online at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Farm Bureau
Recruiting Intern
To apply, email cover letter and resume to Stephan.slota@fbfs.com.


Don’t forget you can apply to receive academic credit for your internship! Call 277-3290 to learn more today!  Need help polishing your professional materials, contact Kate at kwill07@unm.edu.

Job Opportunities




Ultramain
Information Technology Manager
To apply or get additional information, visit www.Ultramain.com

FDIC
Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)
Approximately 100 positions to be filled at multiple locations
How to Apply:  If you are interested, apply online at the following web site by April 29, 2014:  http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/safeguardyourfuture.  The best qualified applicants will be invited to Washington, DC, for interviews at FDIC expense during the week of June 23-28, 2014.

Deluxe Design, Inc.
Production Manager
Interested applicants should apply at: www.deluxedesign.com/employment

Gap, Inc.
Contract Position
Gap is looking for a bright, energetic person with a good work ethic, familiarity with accounting principles, good Excel and Access skills and the willingness to learn.
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Lisa_Rister@gap.com.



Don’t forget to contact Kate Williams at 277-3290 for help in polishing your professional materials!

Thursday, January 9, 2014

New Year, New Connections!

Happy 2014! If you’re like me, you’ve got a long list of resolutions ranging from fitness to diet to career goals. We all know it’s easy to make resolutions, but not so easy to keep the momentum going throughout the year, so let us help you by encouraging you to take small steps to revitalize your job search and professional development.

An easy place to get started is to give your Linked In profile some New Year’s love! If you created your profile last year, but let it sit stagnant, or if you’re still not sure how it can help you, read on for some great tips from the experts on how LinkedIn can help you move forward.

Finally, Career Services is always here to help our current students and alumni leverage social media in a strategic way to meet their career goals. Come in for your appointment in 2014 and let us help you turn those resolutions into achievable steps and accomplishments!



Friday, January 3, 2014

Internship Opportunities


SecureApps
Network/System Administrator Internship
To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to Scott at Scott.briggs@secureapps.us.

Bob’s Painting, Inc.
Business Development & Marketing
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Stacey Famiglietta at Sherman@bobspainting.com.

Republican Party of New Mexico
Accounting and Finance Internships
To apply, please contact Job Steffins at JSteffins@gopnm.org

La Montanita CO|OP
Sustainability Intern
Board of Directors Research Assistant
Email resume and cover letter to:  Marshall Kovitz, Vice President, Board of Directors, La Montanita Food Co-operative.  marshall@swcp.com . (Place the words, “Board Research Assistant” in the subject line)

Gap, Inc.
Internship
Gap is looking for a bright, energetic person with a good work ethic, familiarity with accounting principles, good Excel and Access skills and the willingness to learn.
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Lisa_Rister@gap.com.

Tractor Brewing Company
Business & Accounting Internship
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Nicole Duke at noleduke@gmail.com

Simply Design
Marketing Intern
Application Deadline:  January 1, 2014
To apply, please go to www.simplydesigninc.com/internship

Leukemia & Lymphomas Society
Marketing Internship
To apply, please email cover letter and resume to recruiting_NMA@lls.org

STC.UNM
Technology Transfer Student Intern I
To apply, email your cover letter and resume as an Adobe Acrobat (PDF), MS Word attachment or as plain text in the message body to Arlene Mirabal at amirabal@stc.unm.edu with the subject line “Technology Transfer Intern.”

STC.UNM
Web Developer Student Intern
Email your cover letter and resume as an Adobe Acrobat (P)DF), MS Word attachment or as plain text in the message body to Cara Michaliszyn at cmichaliszyn@stc.unm.edu with the subject line “Web Developer Student Intern”

Skirt Strategies
Student Intern
Areas of focus:  Marketing, entrepreneurial, and organizational leadership
Apply to this PAID internship by emailing your resume and cover letter to Katie Snapp at katie@skirtstrategies.com.

Kohl’s
Store Management Internship (LCC #9461)
Apply online at https://unm-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Farm Bureau
Recruiting Intern
To apply, email cover letter and resume to Stephan.slota@fbfs.com.


Don’t forget you can apply to receive academic credit for your internship! Call 277-3290 to learn more today!  Need help polishing your professional materials, contact Kate at kwill07@unm.edu.

Job Opportunities




Gap, Inc.
Contract Position
Gap is looking for a bright, energetic person with a good work ethic, familiarity with accounting principles, good Excel and Access skills and the willingness to learn.
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Lisa_Rister@gap.com.

JG Management Systems, Inc.
Technical Writer
Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to Dennis Vigil at dvigil@jgmsinc.com.

UNM Anderson School of Management
OB/HRM Lecturer – Posting #0823328
Best consideration date:  1/13/14
Apply online at https://unmjobs.unm.edu

Sabio Systems
Accounts Payable Clerk
Please apply online at www.SabioSystems.com

Local iQ
Account Executive
To apply, email cover letter and resume to derek@local-iq.com

Kewa Pueblo Health Center
CEO
To learn more, email Kate Williams at kwill07@unm.edu. To apply for a position, please submit a cover letter and resume to valliantstaffing@valliant.com

Kewa Pueblo Health Center
Health Center Director
To learn more, email Kate Williams at kwill07@unm.edu. To apply for a position, please submit a cover letter and resume to valliantstaffing@valliant.com

Kewa Pueblo Health Center
Human Resource Director
To learn more, email Kate Williams at kwill07@unm.edu. To apply for a position, please submit a cover letter and resume to valliantstaffing@valliant.com


Don’t forget to contact Kate Williams at 277-3290 for help in polishing your professional materials!

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Is EQ a Predictor of Success or Just a Buzzword?



Is Emotional Intelligence (EQ) a predictor of success or just a management leadership buzzword? 

Most business experts agree that emotional education is as important as your management education.  If fact, the Forbes article discussed below stresses that EQ is a critical component of success and cannot be ignored by business schools.

At UNM Anderson, Dr. Scott Taylor, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, can help you develop emotional intelligence and explore effective leadership strategies in his undergraduate MGMT #362 Leadership Development class and his graduate MGMT #568 Creative Leadership class.  

Learn more about Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in the related articles below: 

Forget Business School:  Why An Emotional Education is Indispensable

Most people still equate intelligence to academia, the power your brain has to process and remember information and your ability to draw conclusions from fact and data. But it is painfully obvious that there is much more to intelligence than just raw IQ.

How many people do you know who are academically brilliant and have degrees from the best schools, but have not managed to become successful in their professional or personal lives, read more ...

Emotional Intelligence Predicts Job Success:  Do You Have it?

Let's say you work at a place that's saturated with smarts. If all of your colleagues were always the brightest person in the room growing up, then what makes you stand out? Your emotional intelligence.  Read more ...

Can You Really Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

Who wouldn’t want a higher level of emotional intelligence? Studies have shown that a high emotional quotient (or EQ) boosts career success, entrepreneurial potential, leadership talent, health, relationship satisfaction, humor, and happiness. It is also the best antidote to work stress and it matters in every job — because all jobs involve dealing with people, and people with higher EQ are more rewarding to deal with.  Read more ...


Courtesy of the Anderson Career Services team.