Posted 9-12-2013 by Barrie Hill in category
The Fall All Majors Job Fair will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, in the Maverick Activities Center.
More than 165 employers are registered for the Job Fair, offering full-time, part-time, and internship positions. The following firms are scheduled to attend:
American Airlines Hewlett-Packard
AT&T Lockheed Martin
Atmos Energy Microsoft Corporation
Bell Helicopter Nokia Solutions & Networks
CVS Caremark Ryder Logistics & Transportation Solutions
Fidelity Investments Sogeti USA
GEICO Insurance Target
Halliburton Energy Services TXU Energy
While some employers are considered to hire predominately engineering and business students, many are also interested in hiring students from many other disciplines as well. Companies attending the Job Fair have with openings in a variety of professional positions, offering students numerous opportunities to work and intern.
The Job Fair is only open to current UT Arlington students and alumni, providing an invaluable networking opportunity. Students should wear suits and bring plenty of copies of their resume.
For additional information, contact Linda Wilson 817-272-3243 or email@example.com.
Posted 9-9-2013 by Barrie Hill in category
The Department of Communication has set a date for this year’s Comm Day. This fall’s event is slated for Oct. 31 and will focus on student internships.
A wide variety of local companies and nonprofit organizations will have representatives on hand to discuss the importance of internships for soon-to-graduate students and to provide information on internship opportunities available for UTA Department of Communication students in all disciplines.
This year’s keynote speaker for Comm Day will be noted storm chaser Martin Lisius. Lisius will share his own internship experiences as well as insight into his dangerous and interesting profession.
Communication students will attend Communication Day with their classes and have the opportunity to engage in a variety of lectures, panels and discussions and meet with industry professionals. Dr. Andrew Clark is this year’s event committee chairman.
Posted 5-8-2012 by Barrie Hill in category
Lecturer Melyssa Prince has earned accreditation from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
The accreditation process entails being accepted as a candidate, presenting a portfolio of work that demonstrates an ability to research, plan, execute and measure communication plans, followed by a 4.5-hour exam. The exam is comprised of a four-hour written portion and a 30-minute oral defense.
“I was given a crisis scenario and had to come up with a plan of action and convince a panel of other accredited communicators that the plan was solid," Ms. Prince explains. "The portfolio and exam are evaluated by members of the international organization.”
“After a lot of waiting, I received the word that I had been granted accreditation status," she added. "I am very proud to have achieved the IABC designation.”