Articles tagged with: Career Services
Walt Disney’s philosophy about customer service was quite simple: “Keep it clean … Keep it friendly … Make it a real fun place to be.” Director of Career Services Jacqueline Smith wants everyone to know GCU has more in common with Disney than just charming mascots. If it’s up to her, every GCU student will leave school with the same purpose, passion and work ethic as Disney’s best. With more than 800 student workers (and counting) on campus, Smith’s office will have much to say on the matter. This past semester, Student Worker Training Manager Connie Sugarman and Career Specialist Brittany Mony trained more than half of the University’s student workers.
GCU Career Services has a new online job board, Lopes for Hire, featuring job opportunities for students and alumni with companies located in Phoenix and beyond. Career Services has forged relationships with numerous companies and is listing only valid job opportunities for the site’s users. All listings are reviewed and approved by the Career Services staff. To start using the resource, visit http://gcuniv.experience.com.
If you’re looking for a campus job, Jackie Smith and her team are the ones to know. If you’re preparing you’re resume or getting ready for an interview for an off campus job Jackie and …
GCU’s Lopes Department celebrated its one-year anniversary this week, complete with birthday cake at the Canyon Café for the team of 50 student workers and two managers. The department, which pre-evaluates transcripts for prospective students, began with 18 workers last August and continues to grow in step with the University.
Career Services has always been the place to go for finding employment on campus, but now students have even more reason to visit the center, located in the Student Union. Although returning students will find Career Services in the same place, they will find new faces eager to help them with their employment needs.
About 450 eighth-graders from Palo Verde Middle School in Phoenix received more than just a tour of the GCU campus on their visit Tuesday morning. Before walking the grounds, the students met in the North Gym to complete a basic personality and interest inventory, prepared by Career Services and designed to help them zero in on their purpose.
The May and August 2011 graduating class from the College of Nursing in Tucson attended the first ever Tucson Nursing Career Fair coordinated by the GCU Office of Career Services. Students were dressed professionally with resume and business card in hand.
Career Services and the IMASC present the Robert Half company and its presentation of “Business Etiquette: The New Rules in a Digital Age.” Space is limited for this March 23 seminar so RSVP now.
Career Services is proud to present its Student Worker of the Month for November to Jessica Schartz. Senior elementary education student Schartz has worked with the College of Nursing for more than a year and a half.
Accountemps, Office Team and Thrivent Financial will be on campus Monday, October 25, looking to hire GCU students for off-campus jobs.
Accountemps will be available from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Williams Building. Office Team and …