Each spring, OCS publishes a “Who Works Where” list detailing where rising 2Ls and 3Ls will be employed for the upcoming summer. Students use this information to learn from other students about their experiences at various organizations and to connect with classmates who will work in the same city. If you have not already please be sure to complete the Summer Employment Survey in CSM, which will take less than a minute of your time. If you prefer to not have your 2017 summer job listed in the “Who Works Where” list, which is available only to HLS students, please email OCS by Friday, April 21. Please contact OCS with any questions.
Please take a moment to complete the Summer Employment Survey in CSM. The survey is brief and will require only a minute of your time. Your cooperation will allow us to focus our programming and resources to better assist those students still seeking summer 2017 employment. Whether you accepted a job offer, are considering offers, or are still seeking employment, please take a moment to complete the survey. It will be a huge help to the career offices as well as your classmates.
As we approach the end of the semester and you begin thinking about your summer job and your preparations for the HLS Early Interview Program (EIP), we want to give you a brief overview of the important, and sometimes time sensitive, information OCS will be sending in the following months.
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