Career Services
Career Services
Friday, November 1, 2019
Issue 381

Table of Contents
Onelife Fitness: Hiring in Winchester
DLT Solutions Info Table and Interviews: Tuesday, November 5
Metropolitan Police Department: Internship Program
The Salvation Army: Paid Bell Ringer Position 

Ask a Music Theatre Alum: Jennifer Ravitz '11

Onelife Fitness
Hiring in Winchester

Onelife Fitness is opening a new location in Winchester, VA and is looking to hire employees for multiple positions as they open their new location!  

Open positions include 
Front Desk Associates, Swim Instructors, Personal Trainers, Kids Club Attendants, and Housekeeping.  

If interested in applying, contact Lacey Householder, Fitness Director.  Additional information can be found on the Onelife Fitness website.  
Upcoming Events

DLT Solutions 
Tuesday, November 5
Halpin-Harrison Hall 
Info Table 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Interviews 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Vienna Networking Reception 
Pazzo Pomodoro Vienna
Wednesday, November 6
5:00 - 7:00 pm

Pharmacy Interview Day and Residency Showcase & Roundtable
Friday, November 8
Health Professions Building
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Arlington County Police Entrance Exam
Sunday, November 17
Brandt Student Center Room 118
4:00 - 8:00 pm

Occupational Therapy Job Fair
Friday, December 13
Health Professions Building
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
DLT Solutions Info Table and Interviews
Tuesday, November 5

DLT Solutions will be on campus on Tuesday, November 5 in Halpin-Harrison Hall to host an information table and interview opportunities.  The information table will be located in the HHH lobby from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm and the interview sessions will be held in the HHH Board Room from 1:00 - 3:00 pm. 

DLT is recruiting for positions in sales/account management, finance, marketing, operations management and more.  Their mission is to "accelerate public sector growth for technology companies".  Their technology expertise is is focused on six core technology domains including Application Lifecycle, Big Data & Analytics, Business Applications, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, and IT Infrastructure.  

Students interested in interviewing need to submit their resume to Amy Fox.  

For more information about DLT, visit their
For more information about the info table and interviews, contact
Career Services.  
Metropolitan Police Department 
 Internship Program
The Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C. is taking applications for semester long internships in 2020.  Students would be introduced to every aspect of law enforcement and would learn to understand the criminal justice system.  As an intern, you would work a minimum of 16 hours a week for a minimum of 14 weeks for both the Spring and Fall internship periods.  Summer interns would work a minimum of 24 hours a week for an 8 week period.

Application criteria includes: 
  • Willing to serve as a volunteer (unpaid) member of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD)
  • Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university having earned a minimum of 24 credits
  • Must have at least a 3.0 GPA
  • Able to pass a background check and fingerprinting
Timeline for internship periods: 
Spring 2020 semester - January 29 - April 30
Summer 2020 semester - June 2 - July 30
Fall 2020 semester - August 31st - December 3rd

Apply to gain valuable law enforcement experience!  
The Salvation Army
Paid Bell Ringer Position

The Salvation Army is seeking paid personnel for their Annual Kettle Drive.  Bell ringers are needed for the holiday season.  Earn some extra money for the holidays!  

The timeframe for the position is from November 7 - December 24 (excluding Sunday's).  Bell ringers would make $8.00 an hour, must be able to work on Saturday's and can work a maximum of 40 hours per week with a minimum of 4 hour shifts.  

When applying, students must present a valid photo ID and social security card (for federal I9 purposes).  

If interested in applying, call (540) 662-4777 ext. 14 or email Hunter Selby.   
Ask a Music Theatre Alum: Jennifer Ravitz '11

Jennifer Ravitz ’11 learned about Shenandoah University through word of mouth, and fell in love with it. “Shenandoah is a tight-knit community that encourages personal growth,” said Ravitz. “I often think about where I’d be if I had chosen to attend college elsewhere, and I know the constant support from my professors and classmates at SU helped steer me to where I am today.”

Though, she knew in her gut she wasn’t going to be an actor, Ravitz majored in music theatre because she was very passionate about the entertainment industry. She expressed this interest to her professors, and they encouraged her to explore other paths in the industry, such as writing, directing and casting. Through The Playwright’s Performance (a student group that produces and performs plays), Ravitz had the privilege of watching three of her plays produced and directed by fellow students. The work she put into creating the characters and their stories filled her with an incredible energy, leading her to seek more opportunities “behind the table.” Working alongside former Associate Professor of Theatre Jonathan Flom, she discovered her knack for casting, communicating with actors, and helping create a director’s vision through artistic collaboration.


Written by Harley Ryan '16
Assistant Director of Alumni Affairs

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