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Community Connections -
Djack San Andres
Samuel (Sam) Krystal
Community Service Staff
Lucas Malo- Director
Brian Quigley- Program Coordinator
Kelly Whiffen- Department Coordinator
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Social Impact Job, Internship and Volunteer Fair
Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Brandeis University’s Sherman Function Hall, Hassenfeld Conference Center
This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Community Service, the Hiatt Career Center and the Waltham Group Community Connections program. Year after year, employers have reported that this event provides an unparalleled opportunity to identify and recruit top students. Attending this fair will allow your organization to recruit seniors for year in service programs and to identify students from all class years for volunteer roles. Lunch will be catered by local Waltham area restaurants and Sodexo.
Why Brandeis? There is a deeply rooted commitment to social justice and service among Brandeis students and alumni, making jobs, internships and volunteer roles that make a positive social impact very popular among students. The fields of education, health, social and human services and Year In Service programs continue to be among the top areas of employment for Brandeis graduates. In addition, Brandeis undergraduates complete more than 60,000 hours of service each academic year and are eager to support our community partners and their communities.
This fair aims to help employers and community partners connect with Brandeis students, faculty, and staff who are interested in working with your organization as a volunteer, staff member, intern, or Year in Service corps member. Last year’s fair welcomed over 200 guests and resulted in over 100 student interviews and we look forward to another wonderful year. This year’s fair will be attended by undergraduate and graduate students as well Brandeis faculty, staff, and recent alumni.
Open Networking | 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
On-site Interviews (optional) | 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
One-on-One Student Meetings: In addition to meeting and networking with students, alumni and staff during the fair, we are inviting employers and community partners to identify individuals for jobs, internships or volunteer roles before or during the fair and to then conduct (optional) one-on-one meetings with potential candidates directly after the fair. Partners will be allotted private space to host these informational or screening meetings. Contact Caroline O’Shea to learn more.
PRE-FAIR TABLE SET-UP
Table set up for employers will be from 11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Please plan to arrive and set up within this time frame to ensure your table is ready for students who will enter the fair at 11:30 a.m. sharp. Each employer will be provided with (1) 6ft. table, (2) chairs, table sign with organization name and table number and interview cards to be distributed to students. Employers are encouraged to bring their own nametag, handouts and tablecloth. Lunch will be provided by local organizations so you are encouraged to arrive early to eat.
Free parking will be available in designated parking near the venue for the first 40 representatives who arrive by vehicle. If these spots fill, guests will be directed to off-campus parking and will receive door-to-door shuttle service. We encourage guests to use public transportation or carpool with other members of your staff.
Employers arriving to campus should enter at the main entrance and proceed up the hill to your left. Parking monitors will help direct you to park in one of three locations. If you would like to drop off materials prior to parking your vehicle, please let an attendant know and they will be happy to assist you.
DIRECTIONS & CAMPUS MAP
Please contact Lauren Labrecque-Jessen, assistant director of employer relations, at (781) 736-3611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alzheimer's Association MA/NH Chapter
American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
Appalachian Mountain Club
Blueprint Schools Network
Boston Public Health Commission
Brandeis University- Education Program
Breakthrough Greater Boston
Cambridge School Volunteers
Camphill Communities of North America
Carney, Sandoe & Associates
Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Department of Environmental Protection
Cradles to Crayons
Debate Mate USA
Decibels Foundation, The
Eli J. Segal Citizen Leadership Program
Ganei Beantown: Beantown Jewish Gardens
Grameen Trust & Bank
Horizons for Homeless Children
Jewish Big Brothers
Jewish Venture Mentoring Service
Massachusetts Department of Correction, Office of Diversity & Equal Opportunity
More Than Words
National Brain Tumor Society
Neighbors Who Care
Partners for Youth with Disabilities
PIRG Campus Action
Schuler Scholar Program
Steppingstone Foundation, The
Tutors for All
Union Capital Boston
Urban Teacher Center
US Department of State
Waltham Alliance To Create Housing Community Development Corporation (WATCH CDC)
Waltham Land Trust
Waltham Police Department
Youth Enrichment Services
Zoo New England