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The nation’s largest privately owned home security company and residential heating oil provider Management Trainee Positions Available: Marketing Asset Recovery Finance Security Communications Center Customer Service

Benefits of Joining Slomin’s: Competitive salary Medical, dental, and vision coverage Life insurance 401(k) Generous vacation time Promotion from within

The management trainee program provides talented, driven individuals with an in-depth look at how Slomin’s straddles the home security and residential heating oil industries while remaining a leader in both. Trainees will rotate through various facets of the company, shadowing industry workers and debriefing with department heads before receiving a placement in the department that best fits their skill set. From there, they will have the opportunity to fast-track their way to senior management. With access to executives and a U-M alumni network that spans from the director of human resources to the president of the company himself, the possibilities are endless.

Visit us at the career fair on Wednesday, October 2nd! www.slomins.com/michigan 2


Business Manager Kirby Voigtman

National Accounts manager Hillary Wang

Account Executives Ben Hogan Maddie Lacey Olivia Birchmeier

Designer Nolan Loh

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Slomin’s Incorporated Cardinal Health Urban Teacher Center Participating Organizations Wondering what Expo is really like? 3 reasons to use Grupio for Expo I’m a first year Student... Eisenhower Center Peace Corps Who’s Coming to Expo? Content on pages 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 provided by The Career Center

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Participating Organizations michigan union 2nd floor

october 1 Abercrombie & Fitch

Marathon Petroleum Company LP

Aetna, Inc.

MARS Advertising

Aflac - Ann Arbor

MassMutual Financial Group: Southeast Michigan

American Junior Golf Association

Mastronardi Produce

Analysis Group

McGraw Hill Financial / S&P Capital IQ

BASF

McMaster-Carr

Bloomberg LP

Milwaukee Tool

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Mindtree Ltd

BP America Inc.

National Security Agency

BrightEdge

Nestle USA

Capital One

Nielsen

Cardinal Health

NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps

CEB (Corporate Executive Board)

Northwestern Mutual

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

Optiver

Cigna

PepsiCo

Cisco Systems

Quad/Graphics

Citizens Insurance Company, a division of The Hanover Insurance

Quicken Loans

Citrix

Red Frog Events

City Year Detroit

Rockwell Automation

Cornerstone Research

Ryan, LLC

Coyote Logistics

SEVERSTAL NORTH AMERICA

Domino’s Pizza

Steelcase

Eisenhower Center

Stryker Corporation

Evonik Industries

Target

Green Courte Partners, LLC

Target Corporation

Health Care REIT

TechEdge USA

Hill-Rom

Thomson Reuters

Hillstone Restaurant Group

Union Pacific

Jackson National Life Insurance Company

US Air Force

Jellyvision Lab

W.W. Grainger

Johnson Controls

Waddell & Reed

Kellogg Company

Walgreens Co.

Kohler Co.

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

M&T Bank

cosponsors Log into your Career Center Connector account for additional details. 4


october 2 Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL) Accenture Accretive Health Aisin World Corp. / Aisin Technical Center of America ALDI, Inc Ally Financial American Institutes for Research (AIR) Anheuser-Busch InBev Aon AT&T Auto-Owners Insurance Co. AXA Advisors Bluewolf Burger King Corporation Burns and Wilcox CGN Global Chicago Apartment Finders CHP Consulting Chrysler Group LLC Cleveland Indians Baseball Cobham Cole Taylor Mortgage Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CVS Caremark D. E. Shaw & Co. Deloitte Consulting Discover Financial Services DISH Draftfcb Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Fisher Investments Ford Motor Company G-Corps Fellowship Goren, Goren & Harris, P.C. Green Corps Hewlett Packard ICF International

cosponsor

Insight Global, Inc IRI Consulting Kresge Foundation, The Kumon North America Life Technologies LinkedIn Marine Officer Selection Team Morningstar Motorola Mobility MyBuys Navigant Consulting Networked Insight Northern Trust PCM, Inc. Peace Corps Progressive Insurance PVS Chemicals Ryder System, Inc Seilevel Slomin’s, Inc. Southwestern/Great American SpyGlass Teach For America Towers Watson Tricon International, Ltd. U.S. Department of State Uber Technologies, Inc. United Shore Financial Services Univ. of Michigan Health System Urban Teacher Center Verizon Wireless Vico Products, Co. Vodori, Inc Yelp As of September 16, 2013

For everything you need to know about the fall 2013 Career Expo.

Questions? Visit The Career Center website (careercenter.umich.edu). See you there! 5


Wondering what the Expo is really like?

Here are some tips from students and recruiters who have been there: From the Students “Be prepared to ask specific questions of different recruiters based on the research you’ve done on their company.” “Go in with a game plan because the long lines can be disorienting.” “Remember people’s names from the companies you are interested in. It will make it easier to follow up with them in the future.” “I would have been less stressed out if I was more organized.” “Come prepared and knowing what position you are interested in. Most importantly, be able to explain why you’re interested in it.” “Just smile and be yourself!”

From the Recruiters “Positive energy and a high level of engagement are important.” “The more you research, the more you will know and the more productive your job search will be.” “It’s not always about who you know. In fact, I’m more impressed by someone who can communicate well and who can apply what they’ve done in college to a real career, than someone who just had their dad send me a resume.” “…as for follow-up, I’m always impressed by people who take the initiative to ask for my card, send me a thank you email or even just send a hand written note.” “In a career fair setting, you have to be a self-starter. This isn’t the setting to take a passive approach, no job is going to just fall into your lap.”

3 reasons to use Grupio for Fall Career Expo

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xpo is at your fingertips – the list of organizations, special programs and the event map! - You get up-to-the minute Expo scoop: additions, room changes, etc…. - It saves trees…the more people using the app – the fewer people using paper handouts! To get Fall Expo on your phone or tablet: - Go to the App Store (iPhone) or to Google Play (Android) and download Grupio (it’s free!) - Open Grupio on your smartphone and search for 2013 Fall Career Expo

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I’m a first year student... should I come to Fall Career Expo?

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es! 25+ “freshmen friendly� organizations are coming to see you!

Plan to attend the Freshmen Orientation and learn how to: - Best navigate the fair - Find employers interested in meeting 1st and 2nd year students - Chat with employers and ask questions - Approach an employer with confidence

Freshmen Orientation is offered each day at Expo: 3pm, 4pm or 5pm

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Who’s coming to Expo?

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his is the most common question about Expo and the answer is pretty straight forward: the list of organizations is available on the Fall Career Expo website. The trick, though, is what you do with the list. Here are some tips:

Tip 1 120+ organizations makes for a long list! To make it more manageable start by searching the list by “Day” and then by “Type of Position (full-time or internship).

Tip 3 Connect the job description to your own story: your experiences, interests, skills (the things you’re good at). This will give you specific examples to use when speaking with Expo recruiters. For example: The American Junior Golf Association is looking for interns who “must be willing to work in a team atmosphere and learn how to effectively solve problems and difficult situations”. How would you demonstrate these skills?

Tip 2 Don’t miss out on great opportunities! Look at the organization description and the job description. The organization description tells you what they do; the job description tells you what they’re looking for: the connection is not always obvious. For example: W.W. Grainger “ is the leading broad line supplier of facilities maintenance products in North America with operations in U.S., Mexico, Canada, Asia, Europe, and Latin America”. At first glance you might think they’re recruiting technical majors... they are actually recruiting all majors for supply chain and sales positions.

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organizations are recruiting for all majors

-When have you worked in a team atmosphere? How do you contribute to your teams? -When have you encountered a difficult situation and what steps did you take to resolve it?

Tip 4 Log-in to your Career Center Connector account to see additional details about each organization including degree level and location of positions.

Over 40

organizations offer programs for veterans

Questions? Visit The Career Center website (careercenter.umich.edu). See you there! 8


Fall 2013 Career Expo Guide