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					                       CLAREMONT MCKENNA COLLEGE
                     Ranked #2 Career Services Center in the Country
                                           By Princeton Review

                    CAREER SERVICES CENTER
                         E-NEWSLETTER
                        JANUARY 22, 2009
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Upcoming Events
Resume Deadlines for On Campus Recruiting (OCR) Positions
Non-OCR Positions in CMConnect
Employer of the Week: Touch Worldwide (Consulting)
The Capital Group Companies
Understanding Law School and the Practice of Law-3 Part Class
Internships
     • National Internship Consortium
     • Sponsored Internship Info Session
     • Summer Internship in Alaska
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO)
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship
Part-Time Job

UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE CLAREMONT COLLEGES (CMC EVENTS IN BOLD)
RSVP via CMConnect for any of these upcoming events.

Thursday, January 22
• Google, 5:30 p.m., Aviation Seminar Room - Hoch-Shanahan, HMC

Friday, January 23
• Internship Recruiting Meeting, 2 p.m., Forum Auditorium, Bauer Center, CMC

Monday, January 26
• Touch Worldwide (Consulting), 3 p.m., Curb Family Conference Room, Heggblade Center, CMC
• Ernst & Young, 5 p.m., Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC
• First-Year Career Week: College Resumes, 12 Noon, CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• First-Year Career Week: ABC’s of Internships, 4 p.m., CP&R Computer Stations, SCR

Tuesday, January 27
• Sponsored Summer Internship Information Session, 11 a.m., Curb Family Conference Room, Heggblade
Center, CMC
• CMConnect Training, 4 p.m., Forum Auditorium, Bauer Center, CMC
• Resumania Day Table, 12-1 p.m., Career Services Table in Hoch-Shanahan, HMC
• First-Year Career Week: ABC’s of Internships, 4 p.m., CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• On-Campus Recruiting Workshop, 4:15 p.m., Broad Hall - Room 213, PZ

Wednesday, January 28
• Mercer, 7 p.m., Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC
• First-Year Career Week: Exploring Career Paths, 4 p.m., CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• Interviewing Seminar, 4:15 p.m., Mead Hall-Career Services, PZ
• Careers in Bioscience, 5:30 p.m., Keck Graduate Institute

Thursday, January 29
• CMConnect Training, 11 a.m., Forum Auditorium, Bauer Center, CMC
• Sponsored Summer Internship Information Session, 11 a.m., Curb Family Conference Room, Heggblade
Center, CMC
• Capital Group Companies, 7 p.m., Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC
• First-Year Career Week: College Resumes, 12 Noon, CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• Consulting 101 - Presented by Deloitte, 7 p.m., Smith Campus Center 208, PO

Friday, January 30
• First-Year Career Week: Exploring Career Paths, CP&R Conference Room, SCR

Saturday, January 31
• Understanding Law School and the Practice of Law, 3-part class, 9:30 a.m., Forum Auditorium, Bauer
Center, CMC (Must RSVP via CMConnect by Wednesday, January 28 at 11:59 pm)

Monday, February 2
• Deloitte Consulting, 7 p.m., Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC
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RESUME DEADLINES FOR OCR POSITIONS
Resumes due in CMConnect for On Campus Recruiting

Thursday, January 22
• Brancart & Brancart – Legal Assistant (Full-Time)

Friday, January 23
• Boston Consulting Group – Summer Associate (Internship)
• Cascade Investment – Investment Analyst Intern

Tuesday, January 27
• Touch Worldwide – Consultant Intern
• Rothstein Kass (Accounting) – Summer Leadership Program (Internship)

Wednesday, January 28
• Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors – 2009 Private Equity Summer Associate (Internship)

Thursday, January 29
• Goldman Sachs – Summer Analyst Program (Internship)
• KPMG (Accounting) – Audit Intern, Internal Audit Intern, Tax Intern

Friday, January 30
• Merrill Lynch – Investment Banking Summer Analyst (Internship)

Sunday, February 1
• Pacific Advisors – Financial Representative (Full-Time)
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NON-OCR POSITIONS IN CMCONNECT
Here are some Non-OCR positions in CMConnect. For deadlines and complete job descriptions, please visit
CMConnect and follow employers’ instructions on how to apply. There are many more positions than the ones
below, so please log in to CMConnect and check them out today!
• Kurt Salmon Associates – Private Equity & Strategy Consultant (Full-Time)
• Lake Partners Strategy Consultants – Analyst (Full-Time)
• Wei Laboratories – Inside Pharmaceutical Sales (Full-Time)
• Phillips Academy – Phillips Academy Teaching Fellowship
• Congressional Hunger Center – Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship
• Kitt Peak National Observatory - Research Assistant (Internship)
• Choate Rosemary Hall – Summer 09 Teaching Intern
• Southern California Edison – 2009 Summer Internship Program
• Charles G. Koch – Summer Fellow Program, Associate Program (also visit http://www.cgkfoundation.org/)
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EMPLOYER OF THE WEEK: TOUCH WORLDWIDE
Monday, January 26 @ 3:00 pm
CMC - Curb Family Conference Room

Are you interested in the consulting field? Do you want work for a dynamic, growing company where delivered
value is rewarded? Come learn more about Touch Business Consulting, a boutique consulting company located
in Redmond, WA that does strategy, operations and executive communications consulting for Fortune 100
companies, Microsoft being one of our chief clients.

Allison Strother (CMC ’08), a current consultant at Touch, will be available to answer your questions about our
firm and our summer internship program for juniors. Food and drinks will be provided.
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CAPITAL GROUP COMPANIES
Info Session: Thursday, January 29 @ 7 p.m.
              Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC

The Capital Group Companies is among one of the most experienced investment management organizations in
the world with 9000 associates across four continents. For more than 75 years, bright and engaged people like
you have contributed to the well-being of our investors and associates.

Are you a history, literature, biology, political science or math major (or any liberal arts major for that matter)?
Are you trying to determine what you want to do when you graduate? Do you demonstrate strong leadership
skills and academic excellence? Are you looking for an internship that could lead to a full time opportunity in a
global rotational program that can develop your skills?

If you answered YES to the questions above, then come learn about The Associates Program (TAP) internship at
The Capital Group Companies. We welcome ALL areas of study, and no previous finance or business
knowledge or experience is required. We believe in hiring college students with a variety of life, work and
academic experiences. TAP internships are typically a 10 to 12 week summer intern program designed to help
participants develop real skills, apply their knowledge and creativity and learn about the variety of opportunities
available to them in the world of investment management. This internship is a full-time, paid position and interns
will be expected to contribute meaningful work. Interns will learn about investment management and our
business through the completion of an assignment within one of our key business units, including but not limited
to: Marketing and Sales Support, Investment Research, Business Development, Operations, Human Resources,
and Information Technology. So come to our info session and learn more!
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UNDERSTANDING LAW SCHOOL AND THE PRACTICE OF LAW, 3-PART CLASS
Saturdays, January 31, February 28 and March 7 @ 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Forum Auditorium, Bauer Center, CMC

Russell Iungerich, CMC ’63, JD ’68 (Berkeley Law, Boalt Hall), of Iungerich & Spackman, PLC, and Sunil
Sundar, CMC ’04, JD ’07 (Boston University), Associate, Iungerich & Spackman, will teach a course on
Understanding Law School and the Practice of Law, Saturdays, January 31, February 28 and March 7, 9:30 a.m.
– 12:30 p.m., in the Bauer Center Forum, CMC.

Mr. Iungerich is a successful, practicing litigator here in the Los Angeles area where he has operated his own
law firm since 1978. He has argued four cases before the United States Supreme Court, ten cases before the
California Supreme Court, and 25 cases before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and
more than 400 cases before the California Courts of Appeal. He was a deputy attorney general for the State of
California from 1969-78, where he served as assistant chief of the 52-lawyer Criminal Law Division, as
Administrative Assistant Attorney General in charge of the then 125-attorney Los Angeles office, and as lead
     attorney of the Land Law Section in Los Angeles. In 1976, he was the lead deputy attorney general who handled
     the extraordinary proceedings in Los Angeles Superior Court to reopen the Robert F. Kennedy assassination to
     see if Sirhan B. Sirhan acted alone. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the Los Angeles Bar Journal, and was
     elected as an At-Large Trustee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1981-83. He is a founding member
     and President of the California Academy of Attorneys for Health Care Professionals. He has been selected by his
     peers for inclusion in most recent editions of The Best Lawyers of America. He taught Federal Courts and Ocean
     Resources Law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles during the 1970's.

     Mr. Sundar is a recent graduate of Boston University Law School. He has worked as an associate with Iungerich
     & Spackman since January of 2008. He brings the perspective of a recent law school graduate to this course. In
     March, 2009, he attended a one-week trial "boot camp" for litigators sponsored by the American Bar
     Association’s Trial, Tort and Insurance Practice Section at the National Judges College in Reno, Nevada. He has
     participated in several trials and has worked up numerous matters for trial since joining Iungerich & Spackman.

     This will be a free, non-credited, 3-part class and you MUST commit to all 3 classes. Space is limited!
     You must RSVP through CMConnect by Wednesday, January 28.

     Class will cover:
     * The Pros and Cons of Law School
     * Understanding what is the law
     * Preparing for classes
     * Opportunities in the practice
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     INTERNSHIPS
     NATIONWIDE INTERNSHIP CONSORTIUM (NIC)
     We are pleased to announce that CMC students now have access to thousands of internship and fellowship
     listings through CMC's participation in the Nationwide Internship Consortium.
     To access NIC listings:
1.        • Log into CMConnect - https://claremontmckenna-csm.symplicity.com/students/
2.        • Click on the link under "Jump To" in the middle column or the tab above
3.        • For best results, use keywords and zip code searches under Advanced Search
4.        • To exit NIC, click on CMConnect link under "Jump To"

     These are just a sample of the great internships recently posted on NIC:
       • Annual Events Intern (unpaid) – New York Cares, NY
       • Associate Consultant Intern (paid) - Bain & Company, nationwide
       • Environmental Education Internship (paid) - Bald Head Island Conservancy, Bald Head Island, NC
       • History Museum Interns (unpaid) - Chicago History Museum, Chicago
       • Program Intern (paid) – Northern Forest Canoe Trail, Vermont
       • Public Relations Intern (paid) – Hager Sharp, Washington DC
       • Summer Undergraduate Research Program (paid) - Mount Sinai Medical Center, NY
       • TV Production Interns – various positions (paid) – Current TV, LLC, Los Angeles/San Francisco

     SPONSORED SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS – INFORMATION SESSIONS
     Tuesday, 1/27 @ 11 a.m. & Thursday, 1/29 @ 4 p.m.
     Curb Family Conference Room, Heggblade Center

     CMC offers several opportunities for students to obtain funding for summer internships. This session will
     provide an overview of these programs and offer advice on how to apply. Funding this year is limited and the
     programs will be more competitive.

     SUMMER INTERNSHIPS IN ALASKA
     If you are interested in spending the summer in Alaska we have a unique opportunity for two students to pursue
     internships with Native corporations or other Native organizations. There are many possibilities for the type of
     internship, ranging from financial analysis and investment activity, to health care oriented activity, to job
training, welfare-to-work, to education oriented activity, to many other things; the Native corporations and their
non-profit affiliates cover a broad range of business and social services. Geographically, placements could range
from Anchorage to more remote parts of the state. If you are interested please send an email to
internships@cmc.edu with your major and areas of interest. Please indicate “Alaska Internships” in the subject
line.
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SPONSORS FOR EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY (SEO)
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) is the nation’s premier summer internship program for talented
students of color leading to full-time job offers. Over the last 30 years, SEO has placed over 5,000 Hispanic,
Black, Asian, and Native American students in paid internships that lead to exciting careers in the most
competitive industries worldwide. Our program is featured in Princeton Review’s 109 Best Internships in
America, and is a gateway to the most coveted and highest paying careers.

SEO offers internships in: Investment Banking, Asset Management, Global Corporate Financial Leadership,
Accounting/Finance, and IT. Partner firms include: Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, IBM, Johnson &
Johnson, Xerox, Barclays, UBS, Morgan Stanley, and many, many more. Students apply online at www.seo-
usa.org/career -- the application is free and takes approximately 2 hours to complete. To qualify for our
program students must have minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and be a junior (graduating either December 2009 or
May 2010). Our Final Application Deadline for this summer is January 31st.
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HERBERT SCOVILLE JR. PEACE FELLOWSHIP
The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship, established in 1987, is a competitive national fellowship program that
provides college graduates with the opportunity to gain a Washington perspective on key issues of peace and
security. Twice yearly, the Fellowship's Board of Directors selects a group of outstanding individuals to spend
six to nine months in Washington. Supported by a stipend, the Fellows serve as full-time junior staff members at
the participating organization of their choice. The program also arranges meetings for the Fellows with policy
experts. Many former Scoville Fellows have gone on to pursue graduate degrees in international relations and
related fields and taken prominent positions in the field of peace and security with public-interest organizations,
the Federal Government, and in academia. To date, 115 Fellowships have been awarded.

The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship is currently accepting applications for the Fall 2009 semester.
Application requirements may be found here. The deadline for submitting all materials is February 2, 2009.
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.
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PART-TIME JOB
Babysitter Needed
Part-time Flexible Weekly Schedule
$10/hour
   A friendly faculty family needs 12-16 hours a week of babysitting for 1 or 2 children (ages 5 and 2). Our
schedule is flexible. We need a sitter who can set up some blocks of time between Sunday afternoon and Friday
afternoon. (No evening or Saturday hours needed) We live next to campus. We are looking for someone who
enjoys young kids and has experience caring for them. References please. If interested, call Stephanie 447-6848
or e-mail Stephanie.muravchik@gmail.com
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