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Undergraduate College Recruiting – When, Why, and How Companies Recruit on Campus
Veterans - raise your hand if you plan to target large corporations as part of your post-graduation job hunt. Makes sense – many large companies have veteran recruiting programs and have made commitments to hire those who have served. However, counting on corporate good will and intention is not enough to stack the deck in your favor when it comes time to find a job before graduation.
Meet Ben Brickman: Student-Athlete, Student Veteran, and Role Model
As your college or university welcomes you to an eventful Fall 2018 semester, you might be feeling an emotional cocktail of nerves, excitement, and trepidation; it can be helpful to know others have been there before and have thrived regardless! Enter Ben Brickman, a wide receiver for the Syracuse University Orange Football team and U.S. Marine Corps veteran who dreamed of getting into a good school and playing football – Ben is learning how to help his fellow athletes both now and in the future by studying Exercise Science on the pre-physical therapy track at Syracuse University.
Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned:
A Veteran’s Story of the Post-service Job Hunt
The Top Five Benefits of Being a Part of an SVA Chapter
Written By: Adam LeGrand, USAF Ret. (medical)
University: Student Veterans Organization at Syracuse University
Chapter Title: President
There are many benefits to being a Student Veteran, and even more by being an active member of an SVA Chapter. My personal top five reasons to being an active chapter member are:
A Call to Service: How Serving Others Improves Our Community and Ourselves
In May two interviews were given that seemed to offer conflicting views of how we can change the world. Physicist Carlo Rovelli explained that we can only perceive the existence of a particle in a particular form when it interacts with something. Rovelli theorized that we and our communities only exist as a collection of interactions with others and that those interactions can be collaborative or combative. He suggested that the collaborative interactions will help us live a better reality. That same week, Algerian musician Souad Massi said that when she wrote her first song as a teenager, “I used to be a dreamer — I wanted to change the world.” However, Massi said that now she believes we have to work on what is not good in ourselves before we can help others and go about the difficult business of trying to change the world. How can we connect these two contradicting realities: a) that we only exist once we interact with others, and b) that we should work on ourselves before we help others?