Do you aspire to a more just and hopeful world?
The Jesuit Volunteer Corps engages passionate young people in vital service within poor communities, fostering the growth of leaders committed to faith in action.
Apply to Jesuit Volunteer Corps by Tuesday, March 17th!
**International and Domestic Programs available**
Tips and Resources for Interviewing can be found at: jesuitvolunteers.org/interviewing.
FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MARCH 6th
Start your application: www.teachforamerica.org/apply
- Our mission in a nutshell (2min video)
- See how our alumni are working for change after their two years in TFA (3 min video)
The Basics and Benefits of Teach For America:
- Two-year commitment
- All academic majors and backgrounds accepted
- Teach in one of 50 high-need urban or rural communities
- Salary ranging from $24k to $51k, plus benefits
- Loan deferment/forbearance with possible Americorps Education Award of ~$11,100
- Option to earn your certification and/or Masters in Education/teaching
- DACA recipients are eligible to apply
- Graduate school and employer partnerships for alumni to continue their leadership and impact
Teach For America is developing a movement of leaders who will help drive change at every level of our education system toward the goal of closing the opportunity gap in America. These leaders start their paths as corps members who teach for two years in urban and rural high-need communities and help students make the academic progress that expands their opportunities. Deeply affected by their teaching experience, our alumni continue to advocate for students and build lasting change in many different roles and fields.
For additional information, explore our website and youtube channel or contact GU’s Recruitment Manager, Sean Rice (Sean.Rice@teachforamerica.org)
New research just posted by the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE)
See article here: http://www.naceweb.org/s10012014/top-hiring-industries-class-2014.aspx
Salary Survey: Top-Hiring Industries
Spotlight for Career Services Professionals
Spotlight for Recruiting Professionals
October 1, 2014
Educational services is the top-hiring industry for Class of 2014 bachelor’s degree graduates, according to results of NACE’s September 2014 Salary Survey.
These graduates received starting salaries that average more than $40,000. (See Figure 1.)
Employers in other top-hiring industries for Class of 2014 bachelor’s degree graduates paid starting salaries that averaged more than $50,000. These industries include professional, scientific, and technical services; federal, state, and local governments; and finance and insurance.
Meanwhile, healthcare and social assistance grads earned an average of more than $45,000 in their first year.
Data for the September 2014 Salary Survey report were retrieved in July 2014. An executive summary of the September 2014 Salary Survey report is available at www.naceweb.org/salary-resources/salary-survey.aspx.
Figure 1: Top-Hiring Industries and Their Average Starting Salary
||Average Starting Salary
|Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
|Healthcare and Social Assistance
|Federal, State, and Local Government
|Finance and Insurance
Source: September 2014 Salary Survey, National Association of Colleges and Employers. All data are for bachelor’s degree graduates.
– See more at: http://www.naceweb.org/s10012014/top-hiring-industries-class-2014.aspx#sthash.3qQRbWvH.dpuf
Just posted! Risk Investigator positions at Amazon
ZagTrax Job Posting #13032
They have several openings for recent Gonzaga grads who have language skills in Italian, German, French, Japanese, Chinese Mandarin, Spanish, Russian, or Portuguese
Zags who speak any of these or other languages should check out these cool jobs ASAP!
It is really important to note that this position requires candidates to have authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship from Amazon.
Find your window of opportunity and join Southwest Airlines TOMORROW, Tuesday September 17th for an Internship Information Session! Learn all about when to apply & what your responsibilities as Intern will include in the Foley Teleconference Center from Noon – 1 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!
Public Relations/Communications Job with Zag Dining
Zag Dining has a part-time Public Relations/Communications job open at Gonzaga! This is a great opportunity for a recent grad or even a current senior or grad student. The job is part-time but 25-30 hours/wk with the chance to grow into full-time. Here’s what they are looking for:
“Really want a Zag!! They need to have a pretty unique set of skills. Love to write, maintain and be active on a variety of social media, create press releases, video work, collaborative, not afraid of public speaking, PR and a good leader. An investigative reporter but someone that is a strong wordsmith as well.”
Jobs in Publishing – Walla Walla, WA
Below is a link to the job openings at Coffey Communications.
Some of the jobs are entry-level and some of the jobs do require experience.
The Director of Creative Services, Client Relations, and Publishing Operations at Coffey Communications is a Gonzaga alum (English major)!
For more information about our alumni contact at Coffey, please contact the Career Center & GAMP office and request to speak with Erin (509-313-4234).
Entry Level Job Alert!
Yield Management Analyst
To apply, log into ZagTrax.net, go to “Jobs & Internships” and search “ZagTrax Jobs” with ID# 10076.
Applications are being accepted until April 14th for on-campus interviews April 23rd.
Submit a resume through ZagTrax.net AND follow the instructions to ALSO apply at https://careers.alaskaair.com/Alaska-Main.asp
– Analyze changes in market conditions such as competition, schedules, and fares to develop appropriate pricing and inventory allocation strategy
– Monitor and analyze booking levels and forecasts by flight, cabin and class to maximize revenue by adjusting the allocation strategy to take advantage of opportunities or changing business conditions
– Analyze tactical and strategic pricing initiatives and implement fare/tariff actions in order to proactively affect market share, yield, load factor, and revenue
– Review reports of historical revenue and operation performance, and advance booking information for the assigned markets each day by tracking booking patterns, over sales, no-show rates and cancellation rates for unsatisfactory performance and adjust flights as required
– Analyze data from the decision support system on critical flights and take appropriate action
– Maintain open communication and develop a good working relationship with counterparts in the Revenue Management, Scheduling, Reservations, CRC, Marketing, and Stations areas to ensure that revenue impediments are identified and corrected to ensure maximum revenue production
– Analyze special events taking into account market behavior, booking activity, and overbooking levels then develop strategy to adjust the decision support system parameters to compensate for special travel period abnormalities
– Identify seasonal demand fluctuation and insure the appropriate forecast methodology is in place for each of the seasons
– Develop market / flight strategy to match the expected demand of the various periods
– Identify alternative distribution channels to execute pricing and inventory strategies
– Perform ad hoc projects and reports as required
– Other duties as assigned
– Embody the Alaska Spirit and conduct oneself with Integrity, Professionalism, Resourcefulness and Caring