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  • 1. M AR S H AL L C A R E E R SOUR C E S e p t e m b e r 1 8, 2 00 8 The Career Source has all of the postings listed alphabetically in the body of this document. The postings are listed starting with internships and then full-time jobs. The Career Source is intended for Marshall Business Students ONLY. INTERNSHIPS Aid Still Required: Development Bambi Holzer Financial Group: County of Los Angeles Department Intern Intern of Consumer Affairs: Intern Essential Entertainment: Intern Focus Features: Publicity Intern Fox: Various Intern Positions Lawrence Kelly & Associates, Inc.: Sweet Deal: Marketing Intern Union Bank of Switzerland: Investment Management Intern Assistant to Financial Advisor FULL-TIME JOBS Beta Soft Systems: Quality Boeing Careers Foundation Program Cornerstone Research: Analyst Assurance Engineers/Business Analyst Kraft Foods: Management MGM Mirage Corporate Strategy: Streamlined Fusion: Senior Web Development Associate Operations Specialist Applications Developer SPECIAL EVENTS & PROGRAMS Accenture Information Session and Panel Discussion Duff & Phelps Information Session Fox Career Exploration Networking Event Hospitality Industry Project Investment Banking 101: Recruiting Prep Session Marshall Career Advancement Forum (MCAF) Mitsui & Co., Ltd. On-Campus Info Session Northrop Grumman Showcase NY Marshall Alumni Board - MEET THE BOARD Event on Oct. 1! Pre-Law Upcoming Events Professional Presence Workshop: Prepare Your Professional Future Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Information Session The Finance Learning Center The Fund for American Studies Programs: Capital Semester Your online portal to jobs and internships! STUDENTS Use your USC e-mail username and password to login to connectSC right now! Check out the new Career Planning and Placement Center Website TODAY! www.careers.usc.edu Marshall Career Source 1
  • 2. INTERNSHIPS Aid Still Required: Development Intern Location: Santa Monica, CA Company Description: ASR has been highly successful in utilizing household name personalities (Kobe Bryant and other athletes, Paul McCartney and other musicians) to broaden awareness about the forgotten issues involving Darfur, Katrina and the tsunami-affected region. Aid Still Required has found and is vetting environmentally-friendly projects for these areas and is now turning its primary focus to funding them. With the background of our celebrity outreach, we believe fundraising efforts should prove very fruitful if administered by the right person. Please visit www.AidStillRequired.org for more info. Job Description: Aid Still Required (Santa Monica) is looking for a highly-motivated, self-starter to design and run its development campaign. For More Information: Please contact Hunter Payne at hunter.payne@AidStillRequired.org or (310) 454-4646. Bambi Holzer Financial Group: Intern Location: Beverly Hills, CA Job Description: Bambi Holzer Financial Group is looking for a college student to assist our office in all functions and aspects related to investment services. We are seeking applicants who wish to be a part of a dynamic environment where they will be introduced to the finance industry while obtaining college credit. RESPONSIBILITIES  Answering phones  Taking detailed messages  Filing  Greeting clients and assisting with administrative duties  Outbound calling to verify existing contact’s phone numbers, addresses, etc. Marshall Career Source 2
  • 3.  Preparing outgoing UPS and FedEx  Making sure office and conference room are presentable for meetings.  Typing business letters  Completing mail merges/mass mailings  Running small errands to nearby shops and businesses in Beverly Hills  Copying/Faxing/Scanning PAYRATE This is an unpaid internship (college credit provided). SCHEDULE This is a part time position, 10-20 hours per week. Qualifications:  Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business or related degree  Self starter with a proven ability to learn quickly, work independently and exceed expectations in a performance driven environment  Strong interpersonal skills,able to build rapport and credibility with business/organization leaders and prospective members  Demonstrate strong communication skills, both oral and written  Excellent organizational skills with the ability to handle numerous details  Must be authorized to work in the United States To Apply: Please send your resume to BHFG705@GMAIL.COM. County of Los Angeles Department of Consumer Affairs: Intern Location: Los Angeles, CA Company Description: Volunteers and interns are an integral part of DCA’s success. The Department has been serving consumers in Los Angeles County for over 30 years, and our Volunteer and Internship Program has been a part of the Department since it first opened its doors to the public. http://dca.lacounty.gov Job Description: The County of Los Angeles Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) offers interns an excellent opportunity to: build their resume; acquire new skills to enhance their marketability (investigation, mediation, counseling, research, etc.); learn about consumer protection (ID Theft, landlord/tenant law, auto issues, contracts, credit, etc.); experience in a professional workplace; explore a new career; and provide service to their community. PAYRATE This is an unpaid internship. Marshall Career Source 3
  • 4. SCHEDULE Interns volunteer one day a week, Monday through Friday, a minimum of 4 hours. Free parking is provided at the Music Center, which is directly across from our building. Qualifications: We welcome interns who enjoy working with the public and have great customer services skills. No experience is necessary and training is provided. To Apply: Please contact Espie Hernandez via email at EHernandez@dca.lacounty.gov or at (213) 974-9740 to further discuss how we can partner and offer internship opportunities to your students here at DCA. Essential Entertainment: Intern Location: West Hollywood, CA Company Description: www.essential-ent.com Job Description: Worldwide film production, finance and sales company based in West Hollywood seeks interns interested in learning about entertainment industry with focus on global theatrical marketplace including presales, financing, and festivals. PAYRATE This is an unpaid internship. SCHEDULE Both part-time and full-time welcome. Qualifications:  Should be Mac capable and have excellent office skills including Microsoft Office  Must be receiving credit To Apply: Send resume to internships@essential-ent.com. Focus Features: Publicity Intern Location: Los Angeles, CA Company Description: Focus Features, the groundbreaking studio behind countless films including ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND, BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, and Golden Globe Best Picture winner Marshall Career Source 4
  • 5. ATONEMENT seeks PUBLICITY interns for Fall 2008. Focus Features is the specialty arm of Universal Pictures and offers an opportunity to work alongside the architects of some of the most innovative and successful publicity campaigns in recent memory. Ours is a fun but focused environment dedicated to films on the forefront of the specialty market. Job Description: Duties include breaking daily press clippings and internet coverage for studio, filmmakers, executives; managing periodical library; tracking trends on talk show and entertainment news shows; research in support of publicity campaigns ;pitching promo partners, phone coverage ; and general administrative duties. PAYRATE This is an unpaid internship. Qualifications: Focus interns must make a 90-day commitment and receive academic credit for their work. They must commit to at least two full days and provide a letter from an accredited college or university stating that they will be receiving credit for their work here. Candidates should be motivated, hard-working and have a desire to learn. Candidates should also be computer-literate, work well in an office environment and most of all love movies. To Apply: Please send resumes and cover letters to: focusfeaturesinterns@gmail.com Marshall Career Source 5
  • 6. Fox: Various Intern Positions Lawrence Kelly & Associates, Inc.: Investment Management Intern Location: Pasadena, CA Company Description: Lawrence Kelly & Associates is a Pasadena, California based investment management organization Marshall Career Source 6
  • 7. registered under the Investment Advisors Act of 1940. With over $750 million in capital under management, the firm specializes in the management of equity, fixed income and balanced portfolios for high net worth individuals and institutions. Job Description: RESPONSIBILITIES Provide analytical and office support including: Research, screening and analysis of equity (stock) and fixed income investments, economic research, data input and office support. PAYRATE $15-$20 per hour depending on qualifications SCHEDULE Part time, 10-30 hours per week Qualifications: We are looking for a highly motivated Senior or Junior with a strong academic background and a business orientated curriculum who has a keen interest in the financial markets. The individual must also possess excellent oral and written communication skills, a good understanding of accounting and fluency with MS Office applications and Excel spreadsheet models. To Apply: Rolling interview process, please email a resume to the attention of Nicholas Welsh, CFA – Executive Vice President, at njw@lawrencekelly.com. We will promptly contact and interview those individuals who meet our qualifications. We are looking for someone to start immediately. Sweet Deal: Marketing Intern Location: Redondo Beach, CA Company Description: Sweet Deal provides promotional staffing needs for events such as, Product Sampling, Street Teams, Mystery Shopping, Nightlife Promotions, Product Demonstrators, Brand Ambassadors, Presenters and Public Speakers. We are passionate about our clients' marketing, dedicated to our clients' brands & devoted to making our clients look their best! Sweet Deal caters to Tradeshows, Sporting Events, Private Parties, Conventions, Car Shows, Charity Events, Fundraisers, Corporate Functions, Brand & Product Promotions, Auctions, Concerts, Campus Events, Grand Openings, Product Launches, Movie Premieres and Casino Events. Marshall Career Source 7
  • 8. Job Description: Sweet Deal seeks an intern to assist the Marketing department in day-to-day activities. This internship would give the intern valuable, real-world experience, as well as providing the Marketing team with additional administrative support. RESPONSIBILITIES  Perform miscellaneous office duties  Assist with miscellaneous special projects  Assist with creation of new marketing campaigns  Update website  Send information to various media PAYRATE Sweet Deal has limited honorarium plus commission based internships with class credit upon completion of internship. Qualifications:  Effective project management skills essential  Ability to multi-task essential  Excellent communication skills essential  Initiative, drive, common sense, creative flair and flexibility essential  Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office products  Must have personal laptop To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Farris Haile at farris@sweetdealin.com. Union Bank of Switzerland: Assistant to Financial Advisor Location: Century City, CA Job Description: We are looking for an English and Chinese bilingual assistant for a Financial Advisor at a top brokerage firm. We are looking for excellent undergraduate student who is passionate about finance industry. He/she will handle various administrative work, data entry, and some research. PAYRATE This internship is paid. SCHEDULE Flexible, 3-5 times a week (half or full day shifts) Qualifications:  Must be proficient in Microsoft Office  Bilingual in English and Chinese To Apply: Marshall Career Source 8
  • 9. Send resume to christina.chou@ubs.com. For more information, call 310-772-7084 or 800-553- 9847 x 7084. FULL-TIME JOBS Beta Soft Systems: Quality Assurance Engineers/Business Analyst Location: Fremont, CA Company Description: Beta Soft Systems, Inc. is an Information Technology consulting company based at Fremont, CA engaged with several fortune 500 companies nationwide. We are always looking forward to bring aboard IT professionals and help them build a career in IT Industry by providing the opportunity to work with our top clients in US present in industries including Financial, Mortgage, Wireless, Automobile, Health care etc. Job Description: QUALITY ASSURANCE ENGINEERS Consultant contributes in software testing and /or software quality control including automated and manual test scripting BUSINESS ANALYST The role requires consultant to act as an interface between the software developer and the client. He interacts with client; understand his requirements and then direct the development team to create solutions. PAY RATE Excellent pay structure. Qualifications:  Graduates (Bachelors) in computer science or management  Other engineering graduates with elementary knowledge of programming  Candidates with strong communication/presentation skills, strong aptitude to learn and interest in software programming, testing or business analysis To Apply: Send resumes to Dinesh Puri, Resource Manager, at dinesh@betasoftsystems.com. Boeing Careers Foundation Program Location: Southern California, Seattle and St. Louis Company Description: Boeing is the world's leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined. Additionally, Boeing designs and manufactures rotorcraft, Marshall Career Source 9
  • 10. electronic and defense systems, missiles, satellites, launch vehicles and advanced information and communication systems. As a major service provider to NASA, Boeing operates the Space Shuttle and International Space Station. The company also provides numerous military and commercial airline support services. Boeing has customers in more than 90 countries around the world and is one of the largest U.S. exporters in terms of sales. Headquartered in Chicago, Boeing employs more than 160,000 people across the United States and in 70 countries. This represents one of the most diverse, talented and innovative workforces anywhere. More than 83,800 of our people hold college degrees--including nearly 29,000 advanced degrees--in virtually every business and technical field from approximately 2,800 colleges and universities worldwide. Our enterprise also leverages the talents of hundreds of thousands more skilled people working for Boeing suppliers worldwide. Job Description: The Business Career Foundation Program (BCFP) is a fast paced, two year developmental program that provides a challenging introduction to business careers within The Boeing Company. Program participants are exposed to a variety of business positions such as Financial Planning, Accounting, Contracts, Estimating/Pricing, Program Cost Management, Supplier Management, Procurement Cost Analysis, and one business elective based on the preference of the participant and assignment availability. Opportunities are available in Southern California, Seattle and St. Louis. Qualifications: Open to students graduating with a Bachelor's degree between August 2008 and June 2009. Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting, Finance or other analytical field is preferred; other undergraduate degrees may be considered. Minimum overall GPA is 3.25; 3.5 is preferred. GPA must be demonstrated at time of interview and at program start by providing a copy of a transcript. Please clearly state GPA, degree and expected date of graduation on resume. Program start will be March or July 2009 depending on graduation date. For information on competencies required, please refer to the job requisition on the Boeing site. To Apply: Please go to: www.boeing.com/employment. Click on “Job Search”. Under “Job Req #”, enter the Requisition # that corresponds to location desired: Seattle BCFP Req # 08-1018862 Closing Date 10-24-08 So Cal BCFP Req # 08-1019082 Closing Date 10-6-08 St. Louis BCFP Req # 08-1021150 Closing Date 10-2-08 Follow the instructions on the website to complete your application. Only resumes and applications submitted through the website will be accepted. Cornerstone Research: Analyst Location: Menlo Park, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, New York or Washington, DC Job Description: Marshall Career Source 10
  • 11. Analysts play a central role at Cornerstone Research. They work in case teams which range in size but typically include an academic or industry expert, senior consultants, and analysts. Within a case team, the analyst makes important contributions during all phases of a project—from developing case strategy, to conducting analyses, to preparing experts for testimony. Case work has both quantitative and qualitative elements, involving such key responsibilities as conducting financial and economic modeling, examining market and industry behavior, and presenting findings to colleagues and clients. Our small size provides the analyst opportunities to interact closely not only with senior consultants and academic experts, but also with clients. Analysts participate actively in the development of Cornerstone Research’s recruiting, training, systems strategies, and in-house software. Cornerstone Research believes that strong skills develop best through practical experience. We begin with a training program to introduce the analyst to sophisticated analytical and statistical techniques used throughout our practice. Following training, analysts join case teams where they have immediate impact while continuing to learn new skills. Analysts gain tremendous learning and development opportunities by working closely with experts, clients, and senior consultants, and through our ongoing training programs. Cornerstone Research values the professional growth of analysts and recognizes their contributions to clients and the firm. Consequently, the analyst role has evolved to a position typically involving a stay of three or more years. The analytical depth of our assignments, the breadth of industry exposure, and experience working in case teams offer outstanding preparation for analysts applying to top graduate programs in business, economics, and law, and for ensuing careers in consulting, finance, industry, and academia. A number of our senior consultants started their careers as analysts with our firm. Qualifications: To fill the limited number of analyst positions, Cornerstone Research seeks well-rounded, enthusiastic individuals who have demonstrated excellent academic performance. We encourage candidates with strong analytical backgrounds, computer skills, and interest in business and economics to apply. To Apply: To apply for the analyst position, please send the following materials: 1) a cover letter (indicating your top three geographic preferences among the following offices: Menlo Park, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, New York and Washington, DC), 2) a résumé and 3) a copy of your transcript. Applications will only be considered once all these materials have been received. Please submit applications for the analyst position by 9/28/08, 11:59 PM via ConnectSC. ***ON CAMPUS CORNERSTONE RESEARCH INFORMATION SESSION*** Thursday, September 18th at the Trojan Presentation Room (STU B-3) at 6PM Kraft Foods: Management Development Associate Location: Los Angeles, CA Job Description: Marshall Career Source 11
  • 12. The goal of the Management Development Program is to provide newly hired University Recruits with diverse experiences and exposures within the Kraft Foods Customer Development organization to prepare them for future leadership roles. Participants will be placed into rotational assignments which will include experiences in direct selling, customer logistics, people management and retail analysis. Through these experiences, participants will hone their leadership capabilities and analytical skills to become a vital member of our world-class organization. Phase I-Sales Representative: Participants will gain experience in selling Kraft products at retail in both Warehouse and DSD businesses. Phase II-Supply Chain: Participants will gain exposure to both the DSD branch network as well as the warehouse delivery system. Phase III-Merchandising Coordinator/District Coordinator: Participants will experience first level people management, including prioritizing, scheduling, routing, employee relations and team building. Phase IV-Sales Analytics: Participants will gain experience using systems/information to support line sales and leverage consumer insights to influence consumer demand. Upon successful completion of the Management Development Program, participants will be placed into an assignment where they will be strategically partnering with an assigned Customer to help grow business, both for the Customer and Kraft. Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in a business-related field  Highly motivated self starter  Able to work individually as well as part of a team  Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated leadership abilities  Be adaptable to new environments, be open to change  Demonstrated ability to deal with complexity  Must be willing to relocate To Apply: Send resumes and cover letters to Rafael.Sanchez@kraft.com. MGM Mirage Corporate Strategy: Operations Specialist Location: Las Vegas, NV Job Description: Marshall Career Source 12
  • 13. The Operations Specialist is a hands-on, pro-active troubleshooter who will conduct observations, measure performance against established objectives and outcomes, identify opportunities for improvement, and develop recommendations to monitor and sustain operational best practices within various areas including, but not limited to, Food and Beverage, Engineering, Environmental Services, Housekeeping, and Warehouse/Receiving. The Operations Specialist will assist in the preparation of written reports outlining areas for improvement and developing the tools to help achieve those results. The Operation Specialist will participate in projects under the guidance of a project manager. In addition, he/she will also provide assistance to other team members to meet departmental workload demands. Qualifications: Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Hotel Management. Experience in accounting, auditing, financial analysis, or operational evaluation is a plus. Candidate should possess excellent oral and written communication skills, problem solving skills, and the ability to work effectively with high attention to detail and a sense of urgency. Candidate should be self-motivated and possess the flexibility to work in a dynamic environment which may include working alone or in a team, and also with varying work schedules. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and email required. SQL, ACL, and Microsoft Access skills a plus. To Apply: Prospective candidates should go to www.mgmmirage.com and under “The Company” choose “Employment Opportunities” and then navigate from there. Streamlined Fusion: Senior Web Applications Developer We are looking for an experienced Sr. Web Applications Developer to be a key part of the Streamlined Fusion Design Team. The position is based in our main office in El Segundo, CA. We want someone who can create user information solutions by developing, implementing, and maintaining internet/intranet applications; they would lead a team of developers. Duties:  Defines site objectives by analyzing user requirements; envisioning system features and functionality.  Designs and develops user interfaces to Internet/intranet applications by setting expectations and features priorities throughout development life cycle; determining design methodologies and tool sets; completing programming using languages and software products; designing and conducting tests.  Recommends system solutions by comparing advantages and disadvantages of custom development and purchase alternatives. Marshall Career Source 13
  • 14.  Integrates applications by designing database architecture and server scripting; studying and establishing connectivity with network systems, search engines, and information servers.  Creates multimedia applications by using authoring tools.  Completes applications development by coordinating requirements, schedules, and activities; contributing to team meetings; troubleshooting development and production problems across multiple environments and operating platforms.  Supports users by developing documentation and assistance tools.  Updates job knowledge by researching new internet/intranet technologies and software products; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.  Enhances organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.  Supports and develops web application developers by providing advice, coaching and educational opportunities. Skills/Qualifications: Verbal Communication, Web User Interface Design, Web Programming Skills, Software Requirements, Software Architecture, Software Development Fundamentals, Object-Oriented Design (OOD), Multimedia Content Development, Software Debugging, Technical Leadership, Written Communication This is a full time job; you will be working for a well established entrepreneurial company whose growth is tremendous, approximately 250%-300% annually and was ranked a top 20 entrepreneurial startup company on the west coast by the prestigious Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO). Hours and compensation will vary accordingly with skill level; however compensation will be well above average and annual performance-based bonuses average at 10-20% of salary. We want CREATIVITY, CREATIVITY, CREATIVITY, CREATIVITY, and CREATIVITY! If you are interested, please send your resume/portfolio to Jobs@SFusion.com or call (310) 765- 7555. Be sure to include all your contact information. If no samples of your previous work are included, your submission will not be considered. SPECIAL EVENTS & PROGRAMS Accenture Information Session and Panel Discussion Meet Accenture on Campus! Accenture is one of the world’s leading management consulting, technology services and Marshall Career Source 14
  • 15. outsourcing companies. We are looking for exceptional graduates from USC to join our consulting team and deliver the innovative solutions that help our clients become high-performance businesses. Few career options offer a better platform for future success than consulting. It's the ideal first career move because it enables you to keep your career options open while developing your potential fast. In our dynamic environment, you can move your career forward faster than with most other employers. To find out more about Accenture careers, please join us for our Information Session and Panel Discussion 7 - 9 p.m. on Wednesday, October 1st.  Accenture Information Session and Panel Discussion o Network with fellow Trojans and Accenture professionals at the Accenture Information Session and Panel Discussion in the Davidson Center 7 - 9 p.m. on Wednesday, October 1st You can also visit our website to learn more about consulting careers at Accenture. We look forward to meeting you on campus! www.accenture.com/campus Marshall Career Source 15
  • 16. Duff & Phelps Information Session To RSVP and to drop off your resume, please visit: http://www.aftercollege.com/ads/bannertrack.asp?id=2386 Even if you cannot attend the event and you're interested in opportunities with Duff & Phelps, please RSVP and submit your resume. Registration is highly encouraged. After you complete the RSVP form, you will be redirected to submit your resume on the Duff & Phelps web site. Marshall Career Source 16
  • 17. Fox Career Networking Event Hospitality Industry Project You are cordially invited to the Hospitality Industry Project's First Meeting this Thursday, September 18th in HOH 302 at 7pm. We are the only source on campus for the hospitality industry, including hotels, casinos, restaurants, and cruiselines; and our contacts include notable Marshall Career Source 17
  • 18. companies like the Hilton, Hyatt, Montage, and Mariott hotels! This is the time to meet the HIP Board, pay dues, and learn about the upcoming site visits and panels that we have in store for our members. And since we're asking you to come out so close to the weekend, we will have a Weekend Planner to help you get to know Los Angeles a little better. Dues are $20 for one semester or $35 for two semesters. Cash only, please (if this is an inconvenience, please let us know). The meeting should last less than an hour. For those of you who have class until 8pm, don't worry--we will be at HOH 302 until 8:30pm so you can drop off dues and talk to board members. Most importantly, food will be served. Please don't forget to come with dues and ideas, as special incentives will be provided for potential event ideas and contacts. You can e-mail any questions to HIP.usc@gmail.com. Investment Banking 101: Recruiting Prep Session Investment Banking 101 Recruiting Preparation Session Friday, September 19, 2008 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Hoffman 2 East Case Room ALL ACADEMIC MAJORS WELCOME Want to ace your corporate finance and investment banking interviews - but don't know where to start? The Investment Banking 101 Recruiting Prep Session will provide tips for research and preparation. The session will cover the basics of how to value a company, including discounted cash flow analysis, comparable company & merger and acquisition comparable valuation analysis. We will discuss some of the typical technical accounting and finance questions that may be asked and there will be a Q&A session & handouts. Don’t miss your opportunity to ensure you land that financial analyst position! Presentation led by FBE 421 Professor Julia Plotts, Faculty Advisor to Trojan Investing Society, Marshall School of Business Marshall Career Advancement Forum (MCAF) – Recruiter Reception The markets may be crashing but these companies are hiring! Attend the Marshall Career Advancement Forum Fall 2008 Recruiter Reception next Wednesday, September 24th at 6pm. Concurrent resume reviews will be held so bring extra copies of your resume if you would like professional help. Registration: Marshall Career Source 18
  • 19. Go to http://www.marshall.usc.edu/web/undergraduate/MCAF to register for this event. (This event requires a $20 refundable cash deposit which must be paid in HOH 200 in order to reserve your spot). The deadline to register is this Friday, September 19. Details: Marshall Career Advancement Forum – Fall Recruiter Reception Wednesday, September 24th 6-8pm Town and Gown Dress: Business Formal (= a SUIT) Mitsui & Co., Ltd. On-Campus Info Session Mitsui & Co., Ltd. On-Campus Info Session Date: Thursday, September 18, 2008 Time: 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Location: THH 110 To attend, students must be enrolled in a Bachelor's or Master's degree program and must be able to speak Japanese (business to native-level). The presentation will be conducted in Japanese. All nationalities are welcome. All majors are welcome. Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (Mitsui) is an investment and venture capital firm that provides an unparalleled breadth of products and services of virtually all industries and offers customers a highly diverse range of functions and capabilities. The Company has and will continue using these and its emerging strengths to the fullest to assist customers in reaching their business objectives. Moreover, it has a long track record of responding agilely to economic and social trends to create new business opportunities worldwide. Entering the 21st century, the Company is working to speedily transform itself and is accepting the challenge of creating new added value. Drawing on its capabilities as a full-service trade and industrial development enterprise, it will continue to respond to the wide spectrum of customer needs. Northrop Grumman Showcase Marshall Career Source 19
  • 20. Food * Games * Raffles * Networking * Prizes * Movies * Technology Displays Tuesday, September 23, 2008 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Engineering Quad (next to Olin Hall) Open to all Marshall School of Business Students Resumes Accepted Casual Dress Attire NY Marshall Alumni Board Listserve Did you know you have Trojan Family in New York?! So, if you:  Are interested in living/working in NY  Want to connect with successful NY Trojan alumni  Will be in NY for an internship or job** Then email us and join our mailing list at: info@marshallny.com You’ll get the latest info from Marshall’s NY Alumni Board on: - Mentoring Program - Teleconference Alumni Speakers/Panels - Internships, Externships, and Full-time Opportunities - Recruiting Tips - Networking Events **If you will actually be in New York, let us know so we can look out for you! The Trojan Family is broad, far-reaching, and successfully fighting on in New York - come join us! **************************************************************************** USC Marshall Alumni Association New York Conference Call Series WORKING IN NEW YORK: MEET THE BOARD To kick off our New York alumni initiative of helping Trojan students who are interested in working in New York, the Marshall Alumni Association Board of New York will be featuring several Marshall Career Source 20
  • 21. conference calls on popular topics on working in New York and perhaps follow-up calls targeted on specific industries. Our first conference call will be a general call introducing several Board members who will share why they came out to New York, their industries (which range from Investment Banking, Strategy, Accounting, Media, and others), their experience, and their advice for those interested in working in New York. We hope many of you can join and will find this to be a helpful program to you as students at Marshall! What: USC Marshall Alumni Association New York Conference Series - Working in New York: Meet the Board When: Wednesday, October 1st, 2008 Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30pm PST: Introductions and Panel Discussion 6:30 - 7:00pm PST: Open line Q&A from Participants Access: Dial-in:1.218.486.7200; Passcode: 827934 RSVP : Please RSVP to info@marshallny.com by indicating your name, industry of interest, and several specific questions you would like to have answered on the call Questions: Contact info@marshallny.com about this event, or with other ideas on programming that may be helpful! The Finance Learning Center The Finance Learning Center is OPEN! Free Tutoring for BUAD 215 and 306 The Finance Learning Center (FLC) helps supplement what students are learning in their finance classes as well as clarify finance-related questions and hold finance-oriented learning events. Hours: Monday – Friday from 10am to 5pm Location: Bridge Hall 203 (The Trading Room) Learn More: Join our Facebook group “USC Finance Learning Center” to receive updates about upcoming events Contact: FinanceLearningCenter@gmail.com Marshall Career Source 21
  • 22. Pre-Law Upcoming Events Marshall Career Source 22
  • 23. Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Information Session Marshall Career Source 23
  • 24. The Fund for American Studies Programs: Capital Semester LIVE. LEARN. INTERN. Capital Semester This spring: January 17 – April 25, 2009 Georgetown University, Washington, DC www.dcinternships.org/cs EARLY APPLICATION DEADLINE – OCTOBER 1, 2008 SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING AVAILABLE Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies in partnership with Georgetown University, Capital Semester combines substantive internships, courses for academic credit, career development activities, site briefings and lectures led by prominent policy experts. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the final deadline of November 1, 2008; however, our early deadline for 5% off the tuition balance and priority consideration for acceptance and internship placement is October 1, 2008. There is a substantial amount of scholarship funding available. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need and merit. The Capital Semester combines hands-on professional experience for 25 hours a week with a challenging academic experience at Georgetown University. This fast-paced, residential program provides students from around the world with the opportunities to gain an edge in job placements and graduate school admissions, and experience the excitement of Washington first- hand.  Internships – Competitive placements with top sites in D.C.  Classes – 12 transferable credits from Georgetown University  Housing – Furnished Capitol Hill apartments in the heart of D.C.  Guest Lectures – With Washington’s top policy and industry experts  Site Briefings – At the White House Complex, State Department, U.S. Capital and Federal Reserve  Leadership & Professional Development – Leadership, mentoring and career building activities  Networking – Interaction with hundreds of other student leaders from around of the world  Scholarships – Generous scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need For more information and an online application, please visit our website www.dcinternships.org/cs. Should you have any questions, please contact Haley Heieck, Recruitment and Admissions Assistant at admissions@tfas.org or Lily Pascucci, Capital Semester Manager at semester@tfas.org. Both can be reached at 1-800-741-6964. Marshall Career Source 24
  • 25. DISCLAIMER: The Marshall Student Services Office is unable to verify all information posted on the Marshall Career Source. QUESTIONS Contact Marshall Undergraduate Student Services at 213-740-5705 or email ugcareers@marshall.usc.edu. Marshall Career Source 25