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BLUEFIELD STATE COLLEGE’S

28TH ANNUAL SPRING AND RECRUITMENT FAIR

DATE: WEDNESDAY, 30 MARCH 2016

TIME: 9:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

LOCATION: NED SHOTT GYMNASIUM (BSC CAMPUS GYM)

Hope to see you there!

Friday, February 19, 2016

1:00pm – 4:00pm

Sears at West Town Mall

7600 Kingston Pike Knoxville, TN 37919

Guaranteed interviews for those who apply to one of our current openings & complete the assessment.

For an appointment time contact: Carolyn Bozeman at 304.356.1743

Walk-Ins Welcome

Walk-Ins are Welcome- Interviews/Job Offers are contingent upon successful completion of the application and assessment.

Cashier $8.50

Backroom Associate $8.50

Footwear $8.50

Consultative Sales Lands’ End $8.50

Consultative Sales Consumer Electronics $9.50

Consultative Sales Home Improvement $10.10**

Consultative Sales Home Appliance $21.59**

Consultative Sales Mattress $25.63**

Apply Online Today!!

jobs.sears.com

Keyword Search: 01395& Location Search: Knoxville, TN

Tusculum College Business Club

Johnson City (12pm-4pm)

looking to hire students for part-time seasonal work. We have flexible hours with well above average pay. We also offer the opportunity for advancement and full-time work within the company for those that are interested and show hard work and dedication.

Go to the website.

PLEASE NOTE: It is the responsibility of the student to research the integrity of the organizations to which they apply.

Tusculum College does not make any representation as to the working conditions that may exist at any place of employment. Use of this system shall be entirely at the risk of the users and the Career Services Office expressly disclaims any and all liability in regards to job advertisements posted in good faith on this site. The student is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or private party. If any doubt as to the validity and integrity of the company arises, check the company’s website, their standing with the Better Business Bureau, and consult with Career Services.

Tusculum College Business Club

Pizza info session- Library Lit. Rm (11:30am-12:30pm)

The MT Connect Student Challenge is an opportunity for all U.S.-based undergraduate and graduate student. It may be of particular interes to those studying engineering or computer science disciplines.

You can solve real world problems and earn cash prizes of between $1,000 to $10,000 dollars!

COMPETITION 1: IDEA CREATION (DEADLINE IS 3/15/16)

~ Write a five-page summary of your proposed idea, including an abstract, description of the idea, technical requirements, and benefits/impact.

~ It is strongly suggested that you interview a manufacturer to identify their needs- and also to make professional networking connections that can benefit your career!

For full details, copy and paste this link into your browser:

https://www.challenge.gov/challenge/mtconnectstudentideas/

COMPETITION 2: APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT (DEADLINE 7/15/16)

~ In addition to developing an application that uses MTConnect, submissions should also include a:

~ Written Summary

~ Video of the app in action

~Thumbnail image to represent the app

For full details, copy and past this link into your browser:

https://www.challenge.gov/challenge/mtconnectstudentapps/

VISIT MTConnect.org/Resources to find additional information.

Technical Contact: Bill Walch, (724) 831-5001.

Go to the website.

Tusculum College Business Club

Info table- Niswonger lobby (11:30am-1:00pm)

Tusculum business club

Info table- Knoxville campus (5-6pm)

PAID Summer Internships for 2016 offered by ACT in a number of fields at their headquarters in Iowa City, IA. Current TRIO SSS and McNair participants and recent graduates are encouraged to apply. See https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=ACT&career_ns=job_listing_summary&navBarLevel=JOB_SEARCH&_s.crb=8%2fhYcb4nz2V14TbRVLJvROnzUJw%3d for specific internship positions.

This semester we will offer your students:

The Zurich Enterprise Challenge March 2016 (for Master, MBA & PhD students)

The Credit Suisse HOLT Valuation Challenge April 2016 (open to all students)

The Current Affairs Competition all year (open to all students)

The Zurich Enterprise Challenge offers the top 20 teams the opportunity to work on real corporate cases with Zurich Insurance Group clients (last year included Ford, Nestlé and Novartis). The top teams will present their solutions at the exclusive Zurich Global Risk Management Summit in Cannes, France (Start: March 2016).

The Credit Suisse HOLT Valuation Challenge gives your students the chance to earn an interview for an internship with Credit Suisse HOLT in New York, Chicago or London by pitching a company valuation to banking experts. More than 10 internships or jobs have already been secured within Credit Suisse HOLT (Start: April 2016).

for additional details email marketing@project-firefly.com or visit project firefly. com

Tusculum College Business Club

Information session- Chalmers Patio (6pm-8pm)

Recruiter Kathryn Bradley- Library Lit. Rm. (11:30am-12:30pm)

The successful Scientific Application and Database Developers will provide support in scientific application development and programming for robust NCCT database research program. Job responsibilities include creating new applications and scripts, maintaining existing codes and scripts, creating reusable web components, participating in software development, conducting team code reviews, ect. The job is geared towards those who have a bachelors degree in bioinformatics, biology, chemistry, computational biology, computer science, informational science, math, physics, statistics or a related field. Applicants should have previous experience in programming or scripting language, and a working knowledge of web application development and relational database. this position is full-time, with a pay rate of $20.34 per hour. apply at orau.org/epa/

One of the greatest things about the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS)Educator Job Fair is the opportunity for your students and graduates to learn what God is doing arounf the world through international Christian education. Participants will see live presentations from each school; learning more about the culture and impact of each school. The exhibit hall will have school booths where your students and graduates can learn more about the school directly from the school director. In the afternoon, participants will have the opportunity to interview for open positions at our 18 schools in 15 countries.

NICS schools follow a typical North American K-12 curriculum, and all instruction is in English. The students at our NICS schools come from over 100 nations and many language, cultural, and faith backgrounds. In addition to teachers, we are also looking or administrators, business managers, nurses, counselors, aquatics instructors, and more. A complete list of open positions can be found at www.nics.org/careers/.

The Nuclear Infrastructure Development Section (NIDS) of the IAEA is looking to hire interns next year. Interested candidates should send their CV to both Melissa.Scholz@nnsa.doe.gov and Kathryn.Glynn@nnsa.doe.gov – the application process for these internships is rolling, so there is no deadline.

NIDS works with countries that are starting nuclear power programmes and coordinates IAEA guidance and assistance in all aspects of the development of nuclear power infrastructure. More information can be found here:http://www.iaea.org/NuclearPower/Infrastructure/home.html

The interns work on a variety of tasks, which mainly focus on writing and communication. Some examples are:

- Prepare briefing material

- Perform research and data analysis concerning countries starting nuclear power programmes and prepare case studies under the supervision of NIDS technical officers (TO)

- Assist NIDS TOs in preparation of workshops and technical meetings, including development of the agenda, preparation of briefing material and presentations

- Assist NIDS TOs in drafting IAEA technical documents

- Provide inputs and write short stories for the website

- Perform other duties as requested.

Interns receive a stipend of 1000 euros per month, which is just enough to cover accommodation and living expenses in Vienna.

Go to the website.

First shift workers needed for packing and receiving departments. Workers will verify products, count products, package products, and compare products to the paperwork.

if interested please call Express (423) 307-5555

or apply online at www.expresspros.com

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