Past Career Center Events

That's Entertainment

Friday, March 25th | 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Living Room | Campus Center

Description

Get connected with the entertainment world! Come join the 2011 FilmFest judges in an entertainment industry discussion on film, video production, entertainment events, and more!

Our featured Filmfest 2011 judges are:

Dusty Bennett - President and Producer of Takeoff Productions in NYC with clients including Vogue, The Plaza Hotel, Children's Museum of Manhattan, Music Unites, and Play for Tomorrow. Recently finished a 10-page spread for Vogue for the Broadway production of Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark with photographer Annie Leibovitz. Dusty spent 7 years at Disney Theatrical Group which included producing the historic performance of The Lion King at a White House State Dinner.

Kris Young - Screenwriter and instructor at the LA Film Studies Center. Kris also teaches screenwriting at UCLA.

Randy Brewer - Owner of Revolution Pictures in Nashville, an award-winning music video production company. Producer of the MTV Award winning video "You Belong With Me" by Taylor Swift.

 



Tri-University Teacher Job Fair

Hosted by the West Central Texas Career Consortium
March 29, 2011
Abilene Civic Center

Description

Mingle with representatives from school districts across the state. Come prepared with copies of your resumes and dress professionally.

View the list of schools attending this fair

 



Careers in Non-Profits

Tuesday, March 8th | 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
McCaleb Conference Center - Zone C | Hunter Welcome Center

Description

Enjoy an evening mingling with non-profit representatives from the Abilene-area and beyond.
During the first half, students will participate in a "speed-dating" format. 

Students will be able to talk with representatives from Boys and Girls Club, Disability Resources, Love & Care Ministries, and the Noah Project. This format will allow the students to hear about a variety of topics and ask questions in a small group setting. The keynote speaker for the evening will be Janet Ardoyno, VP of Agency Development for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Snacks will be provided.

Please RSVP for this event through ACU CareerLink.
(Sign in or create an account, click on the "Events" tab, then click "Career Center Events".)

 



Information Session - ACLE - Teach English in Italy

Monday, March 7th | 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Living Room | McGlothlin Campus Center

Description

Join us! Come learn about an opportunity to teach English to children in Italy this summer! Two ACU students, Matthew Hale and Trevor Cochlin will be speaking about their experiences with the ACLE organization. Hear how they taught English through sports, music and a variety of other activities at summer camps throughout Italy. Bring your questions and your friends!

 



Partnership for Public Service Information Session

Tuesday, February 8 | 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Hunter Welcome Center | Alumni Conference Room (Second Floor)

Description

Spring Break Plans are All Set. Now….What to do for the Summer? 
The ACU Career Center is hosting a webinar for students who are interested in finding and applying for internships in the federal government. Partnership for Public Service will highlight a number of internships across government, and show you how to research, find and apply for an internship that is right for you!

 



Teach for America Information Session

January 28th | 3:00 p.m.
Alumni Conference Room | Hunter Welcome Center, 2nd floor

Description

Join us to learn about a post-graduate opportunity with a prestigious program where your skills can be used to make an impact on the future of your career and our country. Teach For America is a national organization that recruits outstanding leaders to teach for two years in schools where these skills are greatly needed. This post-graduate job opportunity is open to all academic majors and career aspirations, and it provides a full salary ($37,000-$50,000 depending on location) and benefits. 

Our program is nationally recognized by all of the top law schools, grad schools and other top employers which is why they seek out our alumni for their programs and positions. Teach For America exists because of the harsh reality that not every child in America has access to an equal education, with this distinction falling strikingly along racial and socioeconomic lines. In fact, by the time low-income students reach fourth grade, they are already two to three grades behind their higher-income peers. 

Jessica Gasper, who taught with Teach For America in Baltimore, will host an information session to tell you more about the program – why we exist, our benefits, how to be successful in the application process and more. You are invited to join us and hear about Jessica’s experience, find out how the program could benefit you, and get all of your questions answered. 

 


 

U.S. Department of State Information Session

November 18th | Noon
LYNAY Room | Hunter Welcome Center

Description

Come hear about working and traveling overseas in foreign services and international careers with the Department of State. Ambassador Ronald McMullen, Diplomat in Residence (based at University of Texas at Austin), will be our speaker.

 


 

WorldWide Witness Information Session

November 11, 2010 | 6:30 p.m.
Living Room | Campus Center

Description

All majors are welcome! Join us and learn about the many different internship opportunities WorldWide Witness has to offer including: a sports camp in Egypt, inner-city work in Portland, an orphanage in Beijing and more! This event will challenge you to think globally and missionally, and test your intercultural competence. Also, learn how you could enter to win free travel expenses.

 


 

Fast Forward ... Put Your Best Foot Forward

November 4, 2010 | 11:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.
Career Center Lobby | Hunter Welcome Center, 2nd Floor

Description

We are bringing in employers to do resume reviews and mock interviews and Career Center will be available to answer your internship and job search questions. This is a great opportunity for students who are graduating or are looking to find and apply for a great summer internship.

 



Graduate & Professional School Fair

Hosted by the West Central Texas Career Consortium
October 27, 2010 | 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
McCaleb Conference Center | Hunter Welcome Center

Description

Graduate and professional schools from across the country will be in attendance. This event will give you a chance to talk to recruiters about programs their schools offer and their admission process.

Featured schools include: ACU, Dallas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, McMurry University, Texas Tech, Texas University, University of North Texas, and more.

 



Careers In Sports

Featuring Sean Adams ('82, '84), Grant Boone ('91), Jared Mosley ('00), and John Houser
October 26, 2010 | 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Living Room | Campus Center

Description

ACU alum, Sean Adams, will be speaking about his experience in the sports world. While at ACU he was an NCAA All-American athlete and completed his Masters in Business Administration. He currently co-hosts the "The Bottom Line" on 104.9 The Horn - ESPN Austin. After Sean shares some thoughts, we will begin a panel discussion featuring: Grant Boone ('91) - Sports Broadcaster, John Houser - ACU's Assistant Director of Athletics for Operations, and Jared Mosley ('00) - ACU's Director of Athletics. This is a great opportunity to not only learn about the sports industry, but to also find out what it takes to make it!

 



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