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  • On-Campus Job Fair

  • Center for Research on Health and Aging Seeking Student Worker, Apply by 9/15

    The Center for Research on Health and Aging (CRHA) at the Institute for Health Research and Policy (IHRP) currently has a General Office Assistant position for a part-time (20 hours per week) undergraduate student worker.

    The undergraduate student worker will assist with the financial running of the Center as well as project/grant related documents pertaining to the Center’s research.

    Financial tasks for the position include TEM and I-Buy processing, organizing financial records, data entry, scheduling, mailing, filing, making copies/scanning, faxing, running errands, and other assigned duties.

    Research project tasks for the position include internet journal searches, designing and editing project tables, graphs, and reports.

    This is an excellent opportunity to learn the business side of research. 

    Position Requirements:

    Experience with MS Office software - Word, Excel, Access and Powerpoint Professional interpersonal manner, reliable and responsible. Excellent writing and communication skills. Good organizational skills. Excellent attention to detail. One year of work experience in an office setting is required. Ability to follow directions and work independently. Team player. Previous experience working with TEM and I-Buy at UIC is a plus, but not required. The ideal candidate should be available for at least  6 months to one year

    To apply for this position, please send a resume with a cover letter (At least a one paragraph statement describing your interest) to Lmarti5@uic.edu by September 15, 2015.

    No phone calls please or in person visits.

    IHRP and UIC are an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran

  • Career Resources for Scientists

    National Science Foundation

    This is a great link to science career statistics provided by the National Science Foundation. It contains links to other science stories, opportunities and societies through its homepage.

    Link: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/showpub.cfm?TopID=14NatureJobs

    Supported by the publishing group Nature, this science career site splits jobs into two “channels”: physical sciences and life sciences. Each channel features news and feature stories, along with a job search engine. As of June 2005, the site had 169 physical science jobs and over 1,000 life science jobs posted. The jobs were divided evenly between full time and part-time positions, spanning everything from university faculty positions, to fellowships, to facilities managers. With big-time employers such as Proctor & Gamble, The Institute of Cancer Research, and GE (to name a few), this is definitely a site worth checking out.

    Link: http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/index.htmlCouncil for the Advancement of Science Writing

    A great resource for students interested in science writing as a career.

    Link: http://www.nasw.org/users/casw/booklet.htm

  • Interview Essentials Workshop, Thurs. 9/29

    Interview Essentials Workshop

    Looking for a job and not getting hired? Come to this interactive workshop to learn how to avoid the common mistakes students make!

    Thursday, Sept. 29
    3:30 - 5:00 pm
    329 SCE

    Workshop hosted by the Student Employment Office.  Questions? Contact studentjobs@uic.edu or 312-996-3130.

  • All Majors (Virtual) Job Fair (3/18)

  • Library Networking and Career Fair – March 9

  • 43rd Annual UIC Diversity Virtual Career Fair (9/24)

  • Open Website Positions at WHI

  • Career Services Events to Prep for Recent Grad/Alumni Fair and Summer Walk-in Advising Hours!

  • Business Development Rep Position available for Recent College of Business Administration Graduates

  • Education Career Fair – Feb 27

  • Chicago Community Trust Marketing and Communications Intern

    The following is a great internship opportunity, especially for humanities or communications students: 

    Job Purpose:  

    Service is the heart of the Trust. The Trust believes that each employee represents the Trust’s commitment to service and plays an essential role to deliver on our mission to lead and inspire philanthropic efforts that measurably improve the quality of life and prosperity in our region. 

    This position will report to the Director of Marketing & Communications and be an integral part of the Marketing & Communications team. The Intern will be responsible for assisting the organization in the development and implementation of a targeted marketing plan.  This individual will also work on social media to build awareness and engagement with the Trust.

    Job Duties: 

    Work directly with the Director of Marketing & Communications to develop marketing plan to reach professional advisorsWork closely with the Content Director to create content for the website and other marketing vehiclesAssist in coordinating social media and other e-marketing toolsSupport the creation and distribution of web-based, digital, audio and video content for various campaigns Assist with organizing and managing the photo archive system, including the download, edit, caption and keyword of current photos; as well as help coordinate the capture, editing and organization of partner photographsServe on various internal and interdepartmental committees and projects as assignedPerforms other duties as assigned

     

    To apply and find more information, use the following link: http://cct.atsondemand.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=512298.viewjobdetail&CID=512298&JID=533793

  • UIC School of Theatre and Music Student Marketing Assistant

    The UIC School of Theatre & Music is seeking an energetic and creative student to support efforts to increase awareness and visibility for the organization and its events.

    Duties include:

    Assist with management of social media content

    Help to brainstorm and execute branded content relating to our programs.

    Work front-of-house at concerts and special events

    Salary: Position may be offered as an unpaid internship for college credit or as a Federal Work Study position at $8.77/hour

    Visit our website for more information about the position and how to apply: http://theatreandmusic.uic.edu/sites/default/files/marketing_assistantJobDescription.pdf 

    Questions can be directed to hvasey@uic.edu.

  • Chicago Police Department accepting new recruits through 12/16

    The Chicago Police have announced that they will be looking for new recruits. Applications will be accepted only through Dec. 16th. Interested candidates must apply for the test at this link: http://home.chicagopolice.org/inside-the-cpd/take-the-test-be-your-best/

  • Arts and Culture Career Fair – Feb 8

  • On-campus student Job at the Institute for Health Research and Policy

     On-Campus Job Available: UIC Institute for Health Research and Policy (IHRP)

    The UIC Institute for Health Research and Policy (IHRP), UIC, located on the west side of campus, seeks an organized and detail oriented General Office Assistant for 8  – 12 hours per week. 

    In this position you will:  Process Travel and Expense Management (TEM) system transactions and reimbursements; order and stock office supplies; miscellaneous copying; data entry; and other tasks as required.  The ideal candidate would have experience with the TEM system, but training for the right candidate can be provided.  Click on the post to learn more.

  • Education Sector Job Fair, Thurs. 3/3

    EDUCATION JOB FAIR

    Thursday, March 3, 2016

    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    UIC Student Center East, Illinois Room

    750 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60607

     

    UIC, DePaul and Loyola are combining forces to connect employers, schools and districts with quality teachers, administrators, advisors, and counselors for current and future openings in all areas and levels of education. Free entrance for UIC, Loyola, and DePaul students and alumni. Open to the public at a $10 entrance fee.

     

    Students/job seekers DO NOT need to register.

    If you would like to see a list of who's coming, click here & scroll to the bottom of the page.

    Download the free UIC Career Fair Plus app (on Google Play or the App Store) for a list and assistance in navigating the fair on the day.

    Questions? Contact UIC Career Services at 312.996.2300. 

  • Internships Available at Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA)

    The Chinese Mutual Aid Association(CMAA) is a 501 (c)(3) pan-Asian social service agency non-profit in Chicago which helps immigrants, refugees & U.S. citizens from all ethnic backgrounds, generations from youth-seniors and abilities. They are accepting candidates for internships in marketing & events, employment services/workforce development, communications, human resources and government relations. Interested candidates should submit his/her resume and a cover letter to:

    Michelle Lura White

    Business Development & Marketing Manager

    michellew@chinesemutualaid.org

  • Arts & Culture Career Fair – Feb 9

  • Student Staff Openings: Asian American Resource and Cultural Center, Due Mon. 4/7

    NEED A JOB?  Join AARCC!

    Asian American Resource and Cultural Center
    Student Staff Openings for 2014 - 2015

    Campus Outreach Coordinator
    The Campus Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for being a liaison between AARCC and UIC’s Asian-interest student organizations. This includes helping to coordinate AARCC’s summer leadership retreat and org council.

    We are looking for an outgoing student with strong communication skills and ability to coordinate with diverse groups of people. Experience with Asian-interest student organizations is strongly preferred. This position will start in MAY 2014. This early start requires having been enrolled Spring 2014 as an undergraduate for at least six credit hours or be registered at least part-time for the summer term at UIC or another Illinois state funded university.

    Community Outreach Coordinator
    The Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for assisting with AARCC projects connected to Chicagoland Asian American communities, including outings to community events and service projects.

    We are looking for an organized student with experience coordinating events. Applicants should be creative, resourceful, and comfortable working with community members as well as students. Familiarity with Chicagoland Asian American communities is helpful but not required. This position will start in August 2014. You will need to be an undergraduate student enrolled in and maintain at least six credit hours Fall 2014.

    Publications Coordinator
    The Publications Coordinator will be responsible for working on the AARCC blog, AARCCorner, the Asian American Student Resource Book, and publicity for AARCC events including Asian American Awareness Month.

    We are looking for a creative student with graphic design skills who is able to work independently.  Strong writing and editing skills are a plus. This position will start August 2014. You will need to be an undergraduate student enrolled in and maintain at least six credit hours Fall 2014.


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    These positions will also assist with general outreach and publicity for AARCC events. We expect these positions to require approximately 10-15 hours per week.  These positions start at $8.77/hour and are open to both work-study and non-work-study students.

    To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and application (attached and available at http://aarcc.uic.edu) to eychan@uic.edu  or drop off to AARCC (101 Taft Hall). For more information, contact AARCC at 312-413-9569. Please apply by Monday, April 7th, 5 P.M. for best consideration.

     

  • The UIC logo is on the top with the Arab American Cultural Center adjacent. There is a graphic of a tree transforming into a pencil with technological devices as branches.

    Job Opportunity! Arab American American Cultural Center looking for a Social Media Outreach Coordinator (available Fall 2021)

  • Opportunities at the Yiddish Book Center, Due Jan. 4

    The Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts, is now accepting applications for two education programs for college students and recent graduates: the 2016 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program and the 2016-17 Yiddish Book Center Fellowship Program. 

    The Steiner Summer Yiddish Program is an intensive seven-week course in Yiddish language and culture for college students. The program offers a beginner track for students with no previous Yiddish experience and an intermediate track for those who have completed one year of Yiddish. In addition to their classes, students take part in cultural and social activities, including film screenings, concerts, workshops, and a trip to New York City. Beginner students take a course in Central and Eastern European Yiddish history, literature, and culture, while intermediate students work as interns on the Center’s major projects, including translation and oral history.

    All Steiner students receive full-tuition scholarships. Intermediate students also receive free housing and a $1,000 internship stipend. All participants are eligible to receive college credits through the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

    The 2016 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program will run from June 5 to July 22. Applications are due by February 8, 2016. For more information, visit yiddishbookcenter.org/steiner-summer-yiddish-program.

    The Yiddish Book Center Fellowship Program offers recent college graduates with intermediate or advanced Yiddish skills an opportunity to develop professional experience while working as full-time members of the Center's staff. 

    Fellows serve as teaching assistants for college-level Yiddish classes, conduct interviews for the Center’s Wexler Oral History Project, develop educational and exhibit materials, assist with translation or online accessibility initiatives, and do bibliographic work with the Center’s collection of books. With the support of mentors, Fellows also apply their ingenuity and personal expertise to the creation of new projects.

    Fellows receive a $30,000 stipend and health insurance. The next Fellowship Program runs from September 2016 to August 2017. Applications are due by January 4. For more information, visit yiddishbookcenter.org/fellowship-program.

  • 2021-22 Office of Governmental Relations Fellowship (Applications now open!)

  • US Drug Enforcement Administration Careers for recent grads

    The Drug Enforcement Administration is seeking individuals for Special Agent positions. DEA Special Agents conduct criminal investigations and prepare for the prosecution of major violators of the drug laws of the United States. If you are a recent graduate interested in a career with the DEA, see the attachment for more information.

     

  • Summer 2015 Graphic Design Job, Asian American Studies Program, Apply by Wed. 4/22

    The UIC AANAPISI Initiative and Asian American Studies Program are looking for an undergraduate student for print and web graphic design work starting Summer 2015 with the possibility of continuing through the academic year.

    Hours and projects will vary but will be up to 5-10 hours per week.

    Projects include, but are not limited to:

    - website graphics (asam.uic.edu and go.uic.edu/AANAPISI)

    - ASAM course flyers

    - event flyers and programs

    - brochures and newsletters

    - other publicity and marketing materials

    Qualifications:

    Experience with Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines while being timely with emails, responsive to feedback, and detail-oriented. Familiarity with Box preferred. Undergraduate graphic design majors are strongly encouraged to apply.

    If interested, email jhuynh@uic.edu with 1) your resume, 2) your portfolio,

    3) an explanation of why this position interests you and what your qualifications are, and 4) your availability to interview on Wednesday, April 29. The position is open until filled, but review of applications will begin Wednesday, April 22.

    This position is part of the AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant program offered in partnership by the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, Student Employment, and the Career Services Office. Concurrent to their employment, student employees, along with their supervisors, will engage in a guided career development framework aimed at building lifelong career skills to support lifelong professional success.

    Due to the federal funding restrictions, students eligible to participate in the AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant pilot program must be currently enrolled (part-time or full-time) non-international undergraduate UIC students. We regret that DACA students are not eligible for employment in this program even though they are eligible to work on campus at UIC.

  • Post-Graduation Job Opportunity for Physics and Math Seniors

  • Campus Housing RA/PM Info Session – Nov 15 at 7pm

  • Teach for America Final Application Deadline, Thurs. 2/20

    Final Application Deadline: Thursday, February 20th

    16.2 million students live in low-income communities in the United States.  Only 1 in 12 will graduate from college.  TEACH FOR ALL 12.

    Teach For America is the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates and professionals - of all majors, backgrounds, and career interests - who commit to teach for two years in urban and rural public schools and become lifelong leaders in expanding educational opportunity. This year, 11,000 corps members are teaching in 48 regions across the country while 32,000 Teach For America alumni continue working from inside and outside the field of education for the fundamental changes necessary to ensure educational excellence and equity.

    Learn how you can make an immediate difference in the lives of your students right out of college, and then go on to be key player in social change in law, policy, medicine, business, and every field you can imagine by checking out ourgraduate school and employer partnerships,package of financial incentives, and the 50 regions in which you could make and impact toward educational justice. 

    Apply now at www.teachforamerica.org 

    Email UIC Recruiter Michele Ybarra at michele.ybarra@teachforamerica.org for more information.  

  • Career Services Workshops

  • Upcoming Career Fairs: Engineering, Arts & Culture, Business & Technology

    ENGINEERING CAREER FAIR

    This fair is free and exclusively for UIC students & UIC alumni

    Thursday, February 2, 2017

    12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    UIC Forum

    725 W. Roosevelt Road, Chicago, IL 60608

     

    ARTS & CULTURE CAREER FAIR

    This fair is open exclusively to UIUC and UIC students & alumni

    Friday, February 3, 2017

    12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    UIC Student Center East, Illinois Room

    750 South Halsted, Chicago, IL 60607

    Email Cindy at cgraham1@uic.edu or Zelda (UIUC) at zgardner@illinois.edu for additional information.

     

    BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY CAREER FAIR

    This fair is free and exclusively for UIC students & UIC alumni

    Tuesday, February 7, 2017

    Spring Business Career Fair

    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

     

    Spring Technology Career Fair

    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm is Open to members in IDSO, INFORMS, BAO AND ISACA

    5:00 pm - 7:00 pm is Open to all Students

     

    UIC Student Center East, Illinois Room

    750 S. Halsted, Chicago, IL 60607

     

    For more information, see http://careerservices.uic.edu/events_career_fairs.shtml or contact UIC Office of Career Services.

  • CBA Department of Managerial Studies Seeks General Office Assistant

  • Chinese Mutual Aid Association Full-Time AmeriCorps VISTA position

    Chinese Mutual Aid Association Chicago, a pan-Asian social service non-profit that serves people from all ethnic backgrounds & generations, is accepting applications for a full-time AmeriCorps VISTA Resource Development Associate position, which will begin in July. It's a great one-year opportunity for a recent college graduate or for an individual seeking a career change. 

    AmeriCorps VISTA is a branch of AmeriCorps focusing on poverty. It is a one-year, 40-hour per week commitment; VISTAs may work outside of the VISTA position as long as it doesn’t interfere with the position. VISTAs are not paid a regular salary but receive a monthly stipend and an education award upon completion of their service year. For more information on how to become a VISTA and the responsibilities and expectations of VISTAs, please visit: http:www.americorps.gov/for_individuals/

    Job Description:

    AmeriCorps*VISTA Member Commitment and Requirements

    Must be a U.S. Citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien Participation in an AmeriCorps*VISTA 3-Day Pre-Service Orientation (PSO) July 14-17, 2015 (Columbus, OH – travel and lodging costs will be reimbursed) Commitment to serve a full twelve-month service term (estimated July 14, 2015-July 14, 2016)

    Participation in a minimum of three National Days of Service Participation in an orientation, ongoing training, meetings, and professional development with Asian Americans Advancing Justice- Chicago

    Must not be listed in the National Sex Offender Registry database

    Be able to exhibit previous education, training, military, or work experience, and any other relevant skills or interests necessary to perform a specific VISTA assignment

    Be willing to live among and at the economic level of the low-income people served by the AmeriCorps project

    Cannot be enrolled in school except in limited circumstances, or be the subject of legal proceedings that may consume time needed for their assignments Cannot be a blood relation to site staff or board member (immediate family, grandparent/child, first aunt/uncle/niece/nephew/cousin) 

     

    For a more detailed job descripton: http://www.chinesemutualaid.org/#!jobs/c12ca/5685265389584384

     

    To apply: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=55868&fromSearch=true

     

    For more info about AmeriCorps, please click here: http://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps

     

     

     

     

  • Job opportunities for Honors College students

    Company: The Joffrey Ballet, Chicago

    Job: Human Resources Intern (unpaid)

    WORK SCHEDULE:

    10-20 hours per week during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm.

    Qualifications/Requirements:

    College Undergraduate with strong academic credentials as well as excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, and writing skills is required. Strong analytical skills desired. Demonstrated working ability with Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Word. Must have a solid commitment towards diversity, inclusion, and equity.

    For more details –> uiccareers.com -> Job ID: 76300

     

    Company: TTX Company, Chicago (downtown)

    TTX Company is a leading provider of railcars and related freight car management services to the North American rail industry

    Job: Human Resources Internship (paid) $14-18/hr.)

    This internship will start in mid-December 2016 and end August 31, 2017. Must be available at least 16 hours/week during the school year and 30 hours a week during the Summer.

    Qualifications/Requirements:

    Major(s): Human Resources, Business, Communications, Psychology or any related field.

    Year in school: Current Junior or Senior.

    Preferred Qualities Possessed by Candidate: 

    Organized Outgoing Self-Motivated

    For more details –> uiccareers.com -> Job ID: 76298

  • Arts and Culture Career Fair, Fri. 2/5

    ARTS & CULTURE CAREER FAIR

    Friday, February 5, 2016

    12:00pm-2:00pm

    UIC Student Center East, Illinois Room (3rd Floor)

    750 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60607

     

    Sponsored by UIUC College of Fine + Applied Arts (supported by UIC Career Services)

    Free and open to UIC and UIUC students and alumni only. Student RSVP here. To see who's coming, click here.

    Questions? Contact UIC Career Services: 312.996.2300 or ocs@uic.educareerservices.uic.edu

  • Center for Research on Health and Aging Student Office Assistant Position

    Undergraduate - General Office Assistant

    The Center for Research on Health and Aging (CRHA) at the Institute for Health Research and Policy (IHRP) currently has a General Office Assistant position for a part-time (20 hours per week) undergraduate student worker.

    The undergraduate student worker will assist with the financial running of the Center as well as project/grant related documents pertaining to the Center’s research.

    Financial tasks for the position include TEM and I-Buy processing, organizing financial records, data entry, scheduling, mailing, filing, making copies/scanning, faxing, running errands, and other assigned duties.

    Research project tasks for the position include internet journal searches, designing and editing project tables, graphs, and reports.

    This is an excellent opportunity to learn the business side of research.

    Position Requirements:

    Experience with MS Office software - Word, Excel, Access and Powerpoint
    Professional interpersonal manner, reliable and responsible
    Excellent writing and communication skills
    Good organizational skills
    Excellent attention to detail
    One year of work experience in an office setting is required
    Ability to follow directions and work independently
    Team player
    Previous experience working with TEM and I-Buy at UIC is a plus, but not required
    The ideal candidate should be available for at least  6 months to one year

    To apply for this position, please send a resume with a cover letter (At least a one paragraph statement describing your interest) to Lmarti5@uic.edu by September 15, 2015.

    No phone calls please or in person visits.

    IHRP and UIC are an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran

  • U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Info Session, Wed. 9/21

    U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has targeted UIC as a key school to conduct hiring. They will be on campus next week to provide information to our students regarding a variety of opportunities available.

    Recruiters will be providing an Information for all students interested in learning more about working for the CIA. They are looking to hire for a variety of Analyst jobs (All majors are applicable), Data Scientists, Internships, and more!

    WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST

    9AM – 11:30AM

    STUDENT CENTER EAST – Room 713

    Open to undergraduate students AND graduate students!

    Please see the attached flyer.

     

  • Paid Editorial Internship with Foreign Affairs for Recent Grads, Apply by Mon. 2/3

    Foreign Affairs is looking for an Academic Year Intern to join the editorial team.

    The Academic Year Internship is a full-time paid position in New York City offering exceptional training in serious journalism. The intern works as an assistant editor with substantial responsibility. Previous interns have included recent graduates from undergraduate and master’s programs. Candidates should have a serious interest in international relations, a flair for writing, and a facility with the English language.

    The position lasts for one year, starting in late spring or early summer.

    You will need to submit a cover letter, résumé, three writing samples, and three letters of recommendation by February 3, 2014. Only finalists will be interviewed.

    Visit http://www.foreignaffairs.com/discussions/news-and-events/iforeign-affairsi-now-hiring for more information.  Email editor@foreignaffairs.com with any questions.

  • UIC AANAPISI Undergraduate Student Worker - Graphic Design

    The UIC AANAPISI (Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution) Initiative is looking for an undergraduate student for print and web graphic design work starting Spring 2016 with the possibility of continuing through the summer. Hours and projects will vary, but will be up to 8 – 10 hours per week.

    *Projects include, but are not limited to:*·      Website graphics (aarcc.uic.edu/aanapisi.html)·      Publicity and marketing materials, such as brochures, informationalhandouts, event flyers, and programs for the UIC AANAPISI Initiative

    *Qualifications:*Experience with Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines while being timely with emails, responsive to feedback, and detail-oriented. Interviewees will be asked to demonstrate their graphic design skills. Undergraduate graphic design majors are strongly encouraged to apply.

    *Eligibility:*This position is part of the AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant program offered in partnership by the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, Student Employment, and the Career Services Office. Concurrent to their employment, student employees, along with their supervisors, will engage in a guided career development framework aimed at building lifelong career skills to support lifelong professional success.Due to the federal funding restrictions, students eligible to participate in the AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant program must be currently enrolled (part-time or full-time), non-international undergraduate students. We regret that DACA students are not eligible for employment in this program even though they are eligible to work on campus at UIC.

    To apply, email kharri48@uic.edu by February 15, 2016 with your:·      Resume·      Portfolio or sample of your graphic design work·      Explanation of why this position interests you and yourqualifications·   

      Your availability for a 30-minute interview between the hours of1-4pm on Wednesday, February 17 or Thursday, February 18The position is open until filled, but review of applications will begin on February 15, 2016. Interviewees will be asked to demonstrate their graphic design skills.

    *The UIC AANAPISI Initiative is fully funded by the U.S. Department of Education. UIC is federally recognized as a Minority Serving Institution(MSI) through its status as a funded Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution.  *

  • Education Career Fair – March 1

  • Policy Fellowship Position with the National Head Start Association

    The National Head Start Association is looking to fill a Policy Fellowship position. The Policy Fellowship is a year-long, paid position as part of a dynamic team working on policy and advocacy on behalf of Head Start. The Fellow will have the opportunity to develop skills using data and research to educate policymakers, support practitioners, and engage in a national conversation about the value of early learning. The Fellow will work with oversight and guidance from the Executive Director, Senior Director for External Affairs, and Director of Policy, Data, and Research. 

    The ideal candidate is a recent BA or MA grad with demonstrated interest in early childhood and the populations served by Head Start and strong analysis and writing skills. 

    For more information, and to apply, please see the attachment.

  • Chicago Artists Resource – Multiple Internships

    Looking for jobs or internships in the creative professions?  Search for a variety of opportunities at the Chicago Artist's Resource website:

    http://www.chicagoartistsresource.org/jobs?keys=&field_employment_type_value=All&field_job_types_value=All&field_car_location_value=All&field_job_category_value=All&discipline=Theater&page=1 

  • Work-Study Clerical Job at Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy, Apply by Tues. 11/11

    The Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy (IRRPP) seeks an undergraduate or graduate student (federal work study only) for the academic year 2014-15 to provide 15-20 hours/week general clerical support and assist with receptionist responsibilities. Possible start date of November 24, 2014.

    Duties include:
    a) Staffing the receptionist area.
    b) Assisting with record keeping and/or filing systems, including inventory, guest/contact lists, etc
    c) Operating office equipment.
    d) Providing quality service to visitors, including operating the main phone line, assisting with appointments, maintaining and enhancing the office environment, and also promoting the Institute throughout the campus and social media
    e) Screening mail.
    f) Participating in the event planning process, such as outreach and promotion.
    g) Other clerical duties as needed.

    Please send a cover, resume, and three references in one PDF file with your last name then first name as the file name to Ryan Viloria, rvilor1@uic.edu, by *November 11, 2014*. No phone calls please.

    UIC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.  Applications from women, people of color, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ communities are encouraged.

    Please refer to the attachment, and visit our website at irrpp.uic.edu.

  • UIC Recent Alumni Job Fair – May 31

  • UIC Health Professions Career Fair 11/5

    UIC will be holding a Health Professions Career Fair Saturday November 5th from 10:00 am - 1: 00 pm

    Date: Saturday, November 5th, 2016

    Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

    Location: Student Center West (SCW), Thompson Rooms

    Open to UIC Students and UIC  Alumni only

     

    Confirmed employers include:

    Advocate Healthcare

    Alexian Rehabilitation Hospital

    Athletico

    Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center & Health Center

    Cook County Health & Hospitals System

    Illinois Bone & Joint

    Ingalls Memorial Hospital

    Lake County Health Department and CHC

    Life Time Fitness

    Memorial Health System

    Midwest College of Oriental MedicineRehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC)

    U.S. Army Healthcare

    Vista Health Systems

     

    For additional information:

    http://illinois.edu/calendar/detail/3702?eventId=33236115&calMin=201610&cal=20161028&skinId=5314

     

    Questions?  Contact:

    Cindy Graham, Assistant Director, UIC Career Services

     

    312-996-2300 (main line)

    cgraham1@uic.edu

     

  • Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance Community Engagement and Education Manager full-time position

    CAFHA is seeking a full-time Community Engagement and Education Manager to develop dynamic, novel strategies to engage stakeholders in fair housing discussions centered on segregation and integration, place-based equity, affirmatively furthering fair housing, and the value of diversity in housing, schools, and communities.  This position reports to CAFHA’s Executive Director.  Click on the post for more information.

     

  • Fall 2016 Oral History Interns Needed

    The Indo-American Heritage Museum (IAHM) is seeking a team of up to six interns for the Fall 2016 for our Masala Chat oral history project. 

    See attached PDF for more details. 

  • Accounting Aide needed at UI Cancer Center

    Accounting Aide

    The UI Cancer Center is looking for an undergraduate student to work 15-20 hours a week. As an Accounting Aide Student under supervision will perform the following duties:

    Reviews accounting documents for completeness and errors.• Prepares statements and reports which are factual in nature, require computation, and reflect the relationship amount accounts.• Corrects discrepancies by reference to source documents or records and tracing transactions through a series of successive records.• Researches accounting sources to obtain data for statements or reports and to reconcile accounts.• Operates and is responsible for mechanical duties and clerical accuracy of electronic accounting equipment.• Makes recommendations to eliminate unnecessary clerical steps in the processing and recording of transactions.• Performs related duties as assigned.

    Business and Accounting Majors preferred. Must have 1 year of training in accounting or bookkeeping or one year of experience in accounting or bookkeeping work.Working knowledge of MS Word and Excel.

     

    Please send resume to abhatt27@uic.edu

  • FBI Collegiate Hiring Event, 12/2 and 12/3

    Learn about the FBI’s mission and rewarding career opportunities for graduating seniors at this Information Session with FBI representatives. The FBI will be conducting limited interviews for entry level positions and make on-the spot job offers to qualified candidates at this event (Interviews are on a first come first serve basis) 

    DECEMBER 2ND
    INFORMATION SESSION 9:00-11:00 A.M.
    INTERVIEWS 12:00-5:00 P.M.
    3050 SSB

    DECEMBER 3RD
    INTERVIEWS 9:00AM-5:00 P.M.
    3050 SSB

     

    What to Expect
     Learn about the FBI mission and its rewarding work culture
     Limited Interviews
     On-the spot Job offers
     Q&A Session

    FBI Entry-Level Positions
    General Positions
     Operational Support Technician
     Management and Program Analyst
     Human Resource Specialist
     Personnel Security Specialist
     Budget Analyst

    Technical Positions
     IT Specialist
     Computer Scientist
     Electrical Engineer

    For more information about the entry-level positions descriptions and the Background Investigation please see attached handouts and visit www.fbijobs.gov/collegiaterecruitment.

     

  • UIC Fall Diversity Career Fair, Wed. 9/23

    UIC FALL DIVERSITY CAREER FAIR

    Open to students of ALL majors; employers will be recruiting for full-time jobs, part-time jobs, and internships.

    Wednesday, September 23, 2015
    10:00 am - 2:30 pm
    UIC Forum - 725 West Roosevelt
    Chicago, IL 60607

    Click here for a list of registered organizations.

    Call 312-996-2300 or email ocs@uic.edu for additional information.

    Open to UIC students and alumni only.

  • Action Reconciliation Service for Peace: Year-Long Volunteer Service in Germany, Apply by Jan. 31

    Action Reconciliation Service for Peace (ARSP) is seeking Americans (ages 18 and above) interested in serving on a voluntary basis for a year in Germany.

    People from diverse backgrounds live, work and learn together for 12 months at Holocaust memorial sites and non-profits promoting understanding and tolerance, remembering the past and taking a stand against anti-semitism, racism and discrimination today. The volunteers come from the United States, Israel, Russia and different European countries, including Germany itself. ARSP works to foster international, interreligious and intercultural dialogue and creating a more peaceful world. 

    Deadline for Applications is January 31, 2015. For more information please click here