SEO Information Session
Event on 2012-09-24 12:00:00
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) is the nation's premiere summer internship program for talented underrepresented students of color. The SEO Career Program offers challenging paid summer internships at top Wall Street banks, leading & global Fortune 500 corporations, prestigious corporate law firms and Teach For America, a best-in-class nonprofit organization. Interns earn up to ,300 per week. As a result of our rigorous, comprehensive program on average 75% of eligible interns receive full-time job offers. In addition to an 8-10 week substantive internship, SEO provides 100 hours of training before the internship, industry exposure to senior executives through exclusive networking sessions, mentor support, a spirit of community service and access to a lifetime alumni network. The program is open to any major and there are opportunities for each undergraduate level – including SEO-U, the pipeline virtual enrichment & mentorship program for underclassmen. SEO has been featured in Princeton Review's "The Best 109 Internships" and Vault.com's "Top 10 U.S. Internships". Since 1980, SEO has provided underrepresented students of color with summer internships leading to full-time jobs. More than 30 years later, Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans are still underrepresented in many top entry level jobs.
Please be aware SEO has a rolling admission process, it is advantageous to apply as early as possible. We interview candidates based on the round in which they apply. Final deadlines vary, please check the website carefully. We review applications and provide decisions on an ongoing basis. Please keep your options open when approaching internship opportunities for your summer.
Round 1: apply by November 1
Round 2: apply by December 1
Round 3: apply by January 1
Round 4: apply by February 1
More information available at: http://www.seo-usa.org/career/
Contact Information For further information regarding this event, please contact:
- Jeffrey Kennerly
at University of Connecticut
115 North Eagleville
Storrs Mansfield, United States