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Career Center Weekly


Contents EXPLORE Interview Extravaganza OwlNetwork Opportunities

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LEARN Featured Articles The Award Board

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Contents CONNECT

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Opportunities to connect

Contact Us Mitten Hall, Room 220 1913 N. Broad Street

Phone: 215-204-7981 Fax: 215-204-4462

Philadelphia, PA 19122 Campus Map

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Senior Events

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Explore OwlNetwork Click here to review the 482 opportunities posted by Temple’s Career Center on the OwlNetwork. Don’t forget to search the hundreds of additional opportunities posted by Experience on the OwlNetwork.

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Navigating the OwlNetwork To find jobs related to your major: 1. Click here to login to the OwlNetwork 2. Click Jobs & Internships Search 3. Click Detailed Search by Major 4. Select your student status and major; check your desired opportunity type and job status 5. Click search

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Explore Newest Jobs Educational Content Assessment Specialist | Vantage Laboratories Vantage Laboratories has over 10 years of experience in Artificial Intelligence and natural language learning research and development. Vantage businesses have built world-class tools and applications to meet the needs of education, municipal, and commercial markets. Due to our continued growth, Vantage is seeking an educational professional to join our team as an Assessment Specialist with the responsibility of developing content and reviewing documentation for our Education clients.

IT Analyst | IMS Health To join IMS means you'll be part of a worldwide organization where one person can make a difference, and where collaboration and innovation rule. Their people are creative and client-focused and among the best and brightest in the industry. IMS offers a wide range of careers such as analysts, statisticians, software engineers, consultants, sales leaders, marketing and product managers, and more. The key to their success is their people, whose experience, talent, commitment and diversity set the standard for the health information industry.

Temporary Studio Coordinator | QVC The Temporary Studio Coordinator operates as a member of a studio production team and is responsible for executing production activities in QVC's studio environments. Prepares on-set product displays and demonstrations for live (studio and remote) and non-live programming, in accordance with show strategy, operational requirements, and safety protocols.

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For eligibility requirements and application deadlines: 1. Click here to login to the OwlNetwork 2. Click Jobs & Internships Search 3. In the 1-Click Search Box, click on the Newest Jobs link 4. Click on the links to find out more information about the jobs and to apply! 8


Explore Upcoming Application Deadlines System Developer | Almac Clinical Technologies Almac Clinical Technologies specializes in technology and service solutions that advance human health by increasing the quality and efficiency of the clinical trial process. The developer develops and implements solutions, which integrate databases, reporting for both internal and external project data. Overall the developer will develop all Reports components utilizing appropriate technologies: Cognos Reports, FM, Crystal Reports, SQL Stored Procedures, Business Views, Data Warehouse concepts, .net, and third party tools.

Investment Intern | Genworth Financial Genworth Financial Inc. (NYSE: GNW), is a leading insurance holding company, serving the lifestyle protection, retirement income, investment and mortgage insurance needs of more than 15 million customers, with operations in 25 countries, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, the U.K. and more than a dozen other European countries. The intern will lead special projects to develop or refine research and trading infrastructure or processes.

Chemist Intern | EnerSys EnerSys, the worldwide leader in the manufacturing of industrial batteries, has an exciting opportunity available for a Analytical Chemist Intern at its Corporate Laboratory in Reading, PA. This individual will assist the laboratory with material testing, operation of analytical instruments, wet chemistry analysis, and maintaining lab records. Candidates in a science or engineering related curriculum are encouraged to apply. Candidates must have knowledge of basic chemistry concepts, excellent computer skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.

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For eligibility requirements and application deadlines: 1. Click here to login to the OwlNetwork 2. Click Jobs & Internships Search 3. In the 1-Click Search Box, click on the Jobs with upcoming application deadlines link 4. Click on the links to find out more information about the jobs and to apply! 10


Highlight of the Week Environmental Education & Animal Behavior Internship

Overview: The Environmental Education & Animal Behavior Internship is designed to provide practical experience in animal observation, education, and conservation. This program also includes the opportunity to gain a broad insight to the Zoo community and how it operates. You will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the Zoo everyday while providing an educational experience to our guests. Animal Observation and Monitoring - Under the supervision of the intern manager and working with members of our animal staff, interns are responsible for the monitoring and observation of the animals in various locations in the Zoo. Each intern is also responsible for the development and execution of an individual observation project designed to assist the Zoo in gathering information on the behaviors of a specific in-house species. Meet Zoo Professionals - This internship will provide the opportunity to meet professionals in the Zoo field from Keepers to Veterinarians to Conservationists in order to learn how the Zoo works and how they achieved their careers.

For eligibility requirements and application deadlines: 1. Click here to login to the OwlNetwork 2. Click Jobs & Internship Search 3. In the Company Name box, type Beneath the Tree International, Inc. 4. Click on the link to find out more information about the job and to apply! 11


Learn This week’s featured articles How Students Should Follow Up With Employers

6 Little-Known Ways to Stay Current While Job Searching

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The Award Board THE AWARD BOARD Temple University has a new Office of Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising! Website: www.temple.edu/vpus/fellowships Email: dgdawson@temple.edu Phone: 215 204 0708 Please visit http://www.temple.edu/vpus/fellowships/deadlines-events/index.html for these and other deadlines, and for links to the webpages for each award.

Approaching Deadlines

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April 19, 2013 Temple CST Collegial Scholarships and Awards General Application April 19, 2013 Northern Clay Center Fogelberg Fellowship April 30, 3013 Earl Warren Scholarship May 1, 2013 Russell Conwell Center Supplemental Academic Scholarship May 1, 2013 Priscilla Carney Jones Scholarship May 6, 2013 Camille and Bill Cosby Scholarship in Science

Workshops Wednesday, April 17 Scholarships and Fellowships - What, When, How 2pm, 201 Tuttleman, Writing Center Classroom 13


Mock Interviews

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Connect April is Financial Literacy Month This week’s featured events:

Wednesday, April 24 (11am-2pm) | Capital Markets Room, Alter Hall Topic: CAP IQ and Boomberg Demonstration Speaker: Owl Fund and the Temple University Investments Association Wednesday, April 24 (5:30pm-7:30pm) | MBA Commons, 7th floor Alter Hall Topic: Show me the Money! Temple Made Strategies for Securing Your Financial Future You are invited to a cutting-edge workshop offering insider tips on effective money management skills. At a time when young adults face an unpredictable job market and considerable personal debt, this session will equip individuals with successful strategies to navigate essential financial issues, including managing debt, evaluating job benefits, establishing investment practices, and saving for your retirement. Hosted by the Temple University Young Alumni and the Fox School of Business

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Serving all Temple students and alumni, the Career Center provides a full range of services to optimize internship and employment opportunities and enhance lifelong career success.

Career Coaching: 

15-minute drop-in appointments Monday-Friday, 11:00-2:00 p.m. (current students)

30-minute scheduled appointments Monday-Friday, 9:00-4:00 p.m. (students & alumni)

Group workshops for all

Virtual Career Center: www.temple.edu/careercenter

24/7 access to all of these resources, and more!

Virtual career coaching for students and alumni Monday-Friday, 2:00-3:00 p.m.

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Temple University Career Center Weekly for the Week of April 16