Welcome to our PSNK Career Services site. You will find the latest internships, job postings, career resources and events from Career Services at Penn State New Kensington here, along with information on services for students, graduates and employers. Contact Career Services directly at 724-334-6095, email CareersNK@psu.edu or visit us in the Success Center next to the Bookstore.
The Municipal Internship Fair is approaching on March 18, 2016, from 12:00 - 2:30 PM at the Carnegie Mellon University – Heinz College.
This year we anticipate having 20 paid summer internships available. Undergraduate and graduate students from all colleges and university are invited to participate in the Municipal Internship Fair. Selected students will complete a variety
of internships paying between $9.00 – $11.00 per hour. Additionally,
they will gain valuable professional experience working in local
communities in southwestern Pennsylvania. The list of projects will be
available on the Academy website on March 9, 2016.
Students are strongly encouraged to attend the Municipal Intern Fair so
that they may meet representatives of the placement site and identify
the internships that interests them. Students may register for the
Municipal Internship Program and the Fair at http://localgovernmentacademy.org/interns-and-careers/mip/students-and-career.
In addition to registering for the Municipal Internship Fair, there
they may upload their resume to be included in our “resume bank” that
will be made available to the local governments in the program.
Students interested in the program but unable to make the Fair itself
should still register at the website to be considered for municipal
Please contact Local Government Academy at (412) 586-5659 if you have any questions.
Visit:www.localgovernmentacademy.org(click on ‘Interns & Careers/Municipal InternProgram’)For Registration and More Information
CA Technologies seeks talented, motivated and enthusiastic university graduates that want to fast track their career. If you want challenging work, in an environment that offers both personal and professional growth with an exciting software leader, then our Associate Software Engineer Training Program is for you.
As an Associate Software Engineer, you'll join our development group and work alongside our sharpest engineers. You'll grow your skills, gain increasing responsibility, work with the latest technologies - and have fun doing it. The six week training program covers topics like Product Design, Engineering Tools, Testing Patterns, Databases and Agile Programming. During the training you will receive housing, meals, and benefits such as special events. Plus, cars will be provided so you can venture out on evenings and weekends.
After the training program, you'll join the development group team in one of our major CA Technologies Development Centers. You'll be assigned a mentor to help acclimate you to the company and guide you through projects. You'll find plenty of opportunities for professional development, such as attending CA World, our largest industry trade show.
Students from all college campuses are welcome! Parking spaces are available in the Wayne Avenue lot beside the complex. Please inform your students that they cannot park in the Stadium Lot South or the Eberly Business College lot between the Kovalchick Complex and Miller Stadium – they are reserved for Faculty/Staff/Commuters. IUP is not responsible for parking citations received if your students park in an IUP student or faculty lot that is not designated as event parking.
API http://www.apiabroad.com/would like to announce that we have extended the application deadline for our Summer 1 (June 1 - July 30, 2016) 8-Week Fixed Date Internship Program in most of our locations to February 22:
- Argentina (Buenos Aires) - Australia (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Sydney) - Chile (Santiago) - China (Shanghai) - Ireland (Dublin) - New Zealand (Auckland, Wellington) - Spain (Barcelona, Seville)
APIalso offers a Summer 2 (June 22 - August 20, 2016) 8-Week Fixed Date internship Program and that application deadline currently remains March 1, 2016.
For students requiring more customization with program lengths and dates, our Flex Date Internship Program is a great option that is offered throughout the year with start dates offered twice per month. Application deadlines for the Flex Date Internship Program are 4 months in advance of the intended start date.
Brief description: To assist the Community Health Clinic outreach department to develop a strong, dynamic social media presence in the community. To assist in developing marketing materials which communicate the services and needs of Community Health Clinic to potential patients, donors, and partners.
Community Health Clinic is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center which provides Medical, Dental, and Behavioral Health Services regardless of ability to pay with an emphasis on low-income, under served and uninsured populations.
Organization name: Community Health Clinic
Contact person and title: Scott L. McMannis, Outreach Specialist
Full Mailing Address: 943 Fourth Avenue, New Kensington, PA
Join representatives of PNC, UPMC, PLS, Marsh USA, Aurochs Brewing*, Highmark*, BNYMellon* and others for an interesting afternoon that will help you launch your career!
Includes dinner at Station Square’s Buca di Beppo restaurant – plus transportation and also lunch!
half-day conference gathers PSNK student leaders from a variety of
majors. You will hear multiple presentations by real professionals in
order to learn more about Pittsburgh’s companies and organizations—and
they will emphasize the range of opportunities that they offer. The day
will conclude with a networking dinner in Station Square at Buca di Beppo where you can hone your skills while making important connections with professionals & peers in your field.
When: Friday, January 29, 2016 (approximately 11am – 8:30pm)
YOU ARE INVITED to be part of a special series designed to give you
an EDGE on your future career in engineering.
These sessions are designed to give you special insight into the careers of professional engineers and help with preparation for internships and jobs after college. This series has been developed especially for EMET and engineering students at Penn State New Kensington and you can earn a certificate for your participation in the series’ events!
Continue reading for more details…
The GREAT Seminars on Professional Skills for Career Successare sponsored by the Chancellor’s Office, the Penn State Electro-Optics Center and PSNK Career Services to help you learn from professionals about the skills and expectations you will need for a successful career in engineering and related fields.
These will be highly interactive and informative sessions where you will learn with a cohort of students directly from engineering, science and management professionals. They are designed to be interesting and fun with lots of discussion – and there is free food at the end of each session too!
I want to extend a special invitation to a trip to the College of Engineering Career Day at University Park on January 27th.
Here is more on the road trip:
The GREAT Road Trip to University Park for
Engineering Career Day
College of Engineering at University Park
Wednesday, January 27
Contact Career Services for travel details. Coach bus transportation provided.
Description: Meet with dozens of engineering companies in your field at Penn State’s biggest engineering-exclusive career event. Lots of opportunities for internships and jobs.
The dates for the rest of the sessions for the semester are as follows:
March 17th – Communication on the Job is Key to Success
March 30th – Professional Etiquette Dinner
April 14th – Panel of Professionals in Engineering Fields
Please reply or come see us here in the Success Center(located by the Bookstore) so we can give you more details, answer your questions.
Employment Opportunity: The PA Insurance Department has one Insurance Claims Evaluator 2 opening in Harrisburg, which is in Dauphin County.
Applications will only be accepted between January 19 and February 1, 2016.
Nature of Work: An employee in this job analyzes and evaluates insurance claim files and recommendations submitted by a contracted Third Party Administrator (TPA) for the payment of insurance claims. Work includes reviewing claim information submitted by the TPA to ensure compliance with statutory requirements and claims administration practices, and for appropriateness of recommendations; approving payment of claims and contractor invoices; identifying and researching claim issues, and providing recommendations to the supervisor for resolution; and contacting claimants, TPA staff, attorneys, service providers, and other individuals to collect or provide information regarding the status of claims. Work also involves providing guidance to TPA staff on interpreting regulations and policies. Work is performed independently under the general direction of an Insurance Claims Manager or administrative supervisor.
In order to be considered, applicants must be PA residents, and meet the following requirements: One year of experience as an Insurance Claims Evaluator 1; or two years of professional experience in the evaluation and payment of claims in multiple lines of insurance, and a bachelor’s degree; or an equivalent combination of experience and training.
Starting Salary: $45,692 annually with an excellent benefits package!
Have questions? Please contact Donna Fleischauer by sending an email to email@example.com, or by calling (717) 705-4194.
How to Apply:Apply online at www.scsc.pa.gov. Log in to the Online Services section of the homepage. First-time users will need to create a user ID and password by selecting the "New user? Register here" link. After logging in, select View Open Announcements & Apply from the menu. Reference announcement #2013-018 for Insurance Claims Evaluator 2 to submit your application.
Senator for the University Faculty Senate (UFS)
Nominations may be submitted January 25 – February 12, 2016
degree students in good academic standing at the 14 campuses comprising
University College* are eligible for election as 2016-2017 UFS Student Senator
State Beaver, Brandywine, DuBois, Fayette, The Eberly Campus, Greater
Allegheny, Hazleton, Lehigh Valley, Mont Alto, New Kensington, Schuylkill,
Shenango, Wilkes-Barre, Worthington Scranton, and York
representative body of the faculty, the University Faculty Senate has authority
concerning the University’s educational interests. Also, the Senate provides advice and
consultation to President Barron on issues affecting attainment of Penn State’s
educational objectives. The Senate
includes 27 Student
Student Senators are full voting members, and each Student Senator serves as a
member of one of the Standing Committees. Student Senators are expected to
attend the six
full Senate meetingsduring the year, and to participate on the assigned
committee. On Monday evening preceding
the official Senate meeting there are two sessions: one for all student
senators with the Academic Assembly President and another for a presentation by
University administration to the Commonwealth Caucus (faculty and student
Senators from all campuses). These
meetings take place in the Nittany Lion Inn at University Park.
Committee meetings can begin as early at 8 on Tuesday morning, followed
by the Commonwealth Caucus meeting and lunch beginning at 11:00 am to discuss
issues pertaining to the agenda for the formal Senate meeting that day. Senate
meetings take place in 112 Kern Graduate
University Park. The elected Student
Senator(s) for the University College will receive reimbursement for travel to
the Senate meeting. UFS Student Senators
are encouraged to travel with a Faculty Senator from the campus.
The deadline for nominations
is 12:00 midnight, Friday, February
12. An online election will be
conducted from February 22 through March 13. All full-time degree students enrolled at
the 14 campuses of the University College are eligible to vote. You may access the nomination site at https://pennstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3XjQSOnbU09xQ1L
The deadline for nominations is 12:00 midnight, Friday, February 12. An online election will be conducted from
February 22 through March 13. All
full-time degree students enrolled at the 14 campuses of the University College
are eligible to vote. You may access the
nomination site at https://pennstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3XjQSOnbU09xQ1L
(no need to reply again if you have already responded. See you Monday at noon – and bring a friend!)
Find out everything you need to know about GRADUATING this year at this upcoming FREE event:
Congratulations! You are almost to the finish line!
However, there are a few steps you will need to take care of before we can hand you that well deserved diploma. Come join us for the Expected Graduate Meeting on Monday, January 25th in Science Room 140 at noon* and learn who you'll need to contact and where you'll need to go for things like applying for graduation, ordering your cap and gown, and securing that job after graduation. There will also be information about what to expect with loan payments and how to make the most of your new Penn State alumni status!
PLUS, there will be free pizza and a chance to win prizes for all of those who attend the meeting.
Don't miss this vital information that will make your last semester here at Penn State New Kensington and the graduation process a smooth one. Any questions or concerns contact Julie Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Student Affairs Office.