Table of Contents Open All Summer: Career Services Handshake Reminder: Job Board and Appointment Platform
U.S. Census: Remote Positions Available National Kronum League: Fall 2020 Internship Ask a Music and Voice Alum: Kate Gibson Holland '00
Open All Summer Career Services
While the Career Services Weekly e-newsletter will be taking a break until the fall semester, our office is open all summer! Students and alumni canmake an appointmentand meet with us either on zoom, on the phone, or through a Google Hangout. You can work on:
Resume and cover letter writing
Grad school applications
Job and internship searching
And much more!
Summer is the perfect time to prepare for your career!
For more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handshake Reminder Job Board and Appointment Platform
A reminder to students that Shenandoah University'sCareer Servicesjob board and appointment platform has officially transitioned toHandshake! Handshake will be your one stop shop for all things career related: job & internship searching, appointments with our Career Services staff, posting a resume, and registering for Career Services events.
Handshake can be accessed using your Shenandoah log in credentials and is available
for you on the go by downloading theHandshake app! From startups to Fortune 500 companies, Handshake will provide you with the resources you need to find your next job or internship.
ThePhiladelphia Regional Census Centeris hiring for Census Taker positions. States within the Philadelphia Region's service area include Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. The Philadelphia Regional Office is responsible for all data collection, data dissemination, and geographic operations under the current service area boundaries.
Regional offices play a critical role in getting the U.S. Census Bureau's message out to the community. In
support of the censuses and surveys, the regional offices' staff serve as contacts for local media, meet with local organizations to improve participation in censuses and surveys, and host workshops to teach the public about the use and value of the Census Bureau's data. Highlights include flexible hours, remote capability, and $18.50 an hour.
The deadline to apply is August 31, 2020 at 12:00am. Applicants can apply through Handshake.
National Kronum League Fall 2020 Internship
Calling all sports fans! The National Kronum League is looking for an entrepreneurial minded individual to assist in the Fall of 2020 as they continue to grow their organization and college league. Kronum is a brand new sport that combines aspects of soccer, basketball, and handball. With six different point value shots, comebacks are almost a guarantee and provide an exciting new sport to become involved in.
The intern will have the opportunity to learn and gain experience in all roles and responsibilities related to, but not limited to, the following:
Marketing: Email, Social media, Advertising
Finance: Budgeting, Crowdfunding, Invoicing
Management: Leadership Roles, Team Management, Decision Making, Training
Entrepreneurship: Product Research, Product Design, Business Strategy
Human Resources: Recruiting, Hiring, and Promoting
The NKL's goal is to grow the sport and college league across the country The intern will gain valuable experience of managing a sports organization.
To apply, send your name, major, graduation year, and resume to Evan Courtney, Founder/President of the National Kronum League, Co-Founder College League, and Founder/Director High School League.
Ask a Music and Voice Alum:
Kate Gibson Holland '00
Kate Gibson Holland ’00 chose Shenandoah because of its beauty, size, location and quality of training she would receive, and the university having a conservatory was a bonus. “It’s been a long time since I was a student there, but I know that I really found my roots in both professional and personal relations there,” said Holland. “Some of my current closest friends were SU classmates.”
Holland’s fondest memories of Shenandoah are being able to sing in the Conservatory Choir while playing on the varsity tennis team at the same time, saying
“it was a wonderful balance to be able to do both.” She also enjoyed her time as a resident assistant and putting together a weekend full of events during the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival for students who were staying on campus,
as well as spending a few weeks touring Brazil with the Shenandoah Singers.
Holland is a production administrator forThe Shed, a cultural center in Hudson Yards, Manhattan, New York City. “The Shed is a state of the art multi-venue structure that commissions original works of art, across all disciplines, for all audiences,” said Holland. In this role, she manages all administrative responsibilities that relate to theatrical production of The Shed, which includes working with artists, labor unions, vendors, and clients, as well creating new systems, budgets, schedules, and planning for upcoming productions.
Before her current position, Holland worked on and off-Broadway with gigantic stars and early career professionals on tiny projects to multi-million dollar projects, making it hard for her to choose what are the most rewarding experiences she has had in her career. “My career has been wild,” said Holland.