Lime Connect’s Corporate Recruitment Events for Current University Undergraduate & MBA/Graduate Students with Disabilities in NYC
Applications are open - apply by Sunday, September 25th
Our New York City receptions are for hosted for current university undergraduate and MBA/graduate students, new grads, and experienced professionals who are seeking summer internships and full-time opportunities with our corporate partners PepsiCo, IBM, Google, Goldman Sachs, Bloomberg, JP Morgan, PwC, Unilever and Microsoft. Additional career opportunities are available on an ongoing basis through our Career Connect blog and other postings in The Lime Network. Join, or log in today to check them out!
Lime Connect's corporate partners value the intellectual capital that is represented in candidates with disabilities, and have worked with us to integrate disability as a full component of their overall diversity strategy. They have each realized strong hiring success via our partnership, and are excited about connecting with candidates for current openings. These events mirror campus recruiting cycles, and always include full time roles for experienced candidates - you won't want to miss this opportunity to network one-on-one and develop relationships with corporate execs and recruiters. We put talent first, and this is no "job fair."
And since one in five people globally has a disability, with 90% of campus and 70% of non-campus disabilities not visible - including ADD, dyslexia, depression, medical conditions and many others - all candidates with disabilities are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. While the event is hosted in New York City, opportunities exist across the country and all university students/alumni who happen to have disabilities in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. If you match current needs, you may interview locally or via phone as an initial step.
The next reception with opportunities for current university undergraduate & MBA/graduate students is:
Date: Monday, October 17, 2016
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm (registration begins at 5:30)
Format: Partner panel discussion followed by a networking reception
Locations: New York City - midtown
Opportunities: Openings include more than 40 great roles that range from investment banking and investment management, accounting, advisory, supply chain, software development, business analytics, sales and research & development, to HR, marketing, technology, consulting, talent rotation programs and more.
Please note that space is limited because of the event format and candidates apply to attend via The Lime Network. Candidates whose background matches our partners' current needs will receive an official invitation and details of the event in advance. Because of this space limitation, it's important to apply early.
Application is open!
1. Log into, or register for, The Lime Network;
2. View specific job descriptions; and
3. Follow the link to our online application system where you will indicate the positions of most interest to you.
4. Deadline to apply: Sunday, September 25th at midnight PST
Please only apply to this event if you believe you can join us in NYC. But, these opportunities will also be available through our Silicon Valley reception and our Internship Connection - information coming soon!
Please note that being a member of The Lime Network/establishing a profile is NOT the same thing as applying for an event. You must complete the application via the link provided on The Lime Network opportunities page.
In addition to our recruitment receptions, members of The Lime Network have the opportunity to learn of/view available positions with our partners and apply directly as Lime Connect candidates - ensuring strong review and consideration. And, our partners review candidate profiles and resumes when they're seeking to fill specific roles. Network members also hear about our Lime Connect Fellowship Program and scholarship applications as well as partner events and benefit from our professional development resources - regular webinars and tele-seminars on topics ranging from interview skills to whether, when and how to disclose a disability.