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Remedy Partners Internship and Job Recruiting!

remedypartnersFrom Amarachi Asonye ’16:

Interested in healthcare, technology, finance, or big data? Interested in working for a rapidly growing leader in healthcare reform? Looking for a full-time job or a rewarding summer internship?

Then come join Dr. Win Whitcomb ’84, Anju Paul ’14, Ben Record ’15, Zaida Garcia ’15, Nabilah Kabir ’15, Amarachi Asonye ’16 and Mike Greenwald ’16 on September 28th 6pm Usdan 108 to hear about job opportunities and the innovative work culture at Remedy!

Remedy Partners is one of the fastest-growing healthcare organizations in the country. Specializing in advancing value-based healthcare, Remedy’s mission is to dramatically improve the quality of patient care by implementing reforms in healthcare proposed by the Affordable Care Act. Remedy represents a breakthrough in both the delivery and financing of healthcare services. Remedy currently has offices in New York City, Darien CT, and Shelton CT and is looking to fill positions in all different departments.

If this hasn’t been enough to sway you, pizza from Mondo will be provided!

Date: Wednesday, September 28
Time: 6-7 PM
Place: Usdan 108

 

Argus Information Session

No, not that Argus. This one is slightly more lucrative, but doesn’t provide free Indian food on Monday and Thursday nights. More from Jennifer Healey:

Argus is an internationally recognized B2B company that provides strategic and analytic solutions to major financial services companies primarily (Credit Card issuers) in the US, UK and Canada. Argus’ solutions-suite includes syndicated studies, account scores & products, data-warehousing & management services, and consulting services. Argus has offices in White Plains, NY (Headquarters), London and San Francisco. For more info visit here.

Join Argus employees James Pesuit ’10 and Chenelle Tanglao ’08 to learn more about job and internship opportunities at Argus!

Pizza will be served.

Date: Tuesday, February 19
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Place: Olson Commons, Career Center
Cost: Free

Princeton in Asia Recruiting Event

Tryna teach English in Asia next year? Ari Wolfe ’03 dares you to prove it:

Calling all seniors! What are you doing next year? Come out to the Princeton in Asia info session to learn about the possibilities of
having an adventure in one of 18 countries around Asia. No previous language experience necessary to apply! Bring your questions and your sense of adventure.

Date: Tuesday, September 18
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Place: CRC
Cost: Free

A Very Wesleying Recrootment

Interested in auditioning for Wesleying, Wesleyan’s “sassiest and most WordPress-savvy online singing group”? Scroll on, dear one. Our blog could be your life.

Hey, readers. Wesleying’s pretty low-staffed lately (BZOD is abroad, and frostedmoose has floated on into the great abyss), and to make matters worse, a whole bunch of us are graduating this coming May. So it goes. Wesleying underwent a pretty wild generational shift back in 2010, when Sheek exited and handed over the reigns, and as it finishes up its seventh academic year, it’s going to have to weather another one in 2013. That’s where you step in.

We bloggers exited the WiFi confines of our cyberspace existence yesterday to get some sunlight and schmooze in flesh-and-blood form at the Student Activities Fair. Frankly, it was pretty weird. People don’t really think of Wesleying as a group of humans, as normal students—we’re just a thing that’s out there, online. And it turns out there are a lot of freshmen reading. One girl bragged that Wesleying is pretty much why she applied ED. Another declared, “I’ve been reading this blog for so long, and I’m only a freshman!” Another claimed to have read every Wesleying post, which is pretty impressive, considering there are over 11,000. We’ll be materializing again tomorrow, and here’s your chance to keep the blog alive.

There’s a whole lot of text below the jump, so here’s the short of it: Wesleying is recruiting. We’ll be having a formal recruitment meeting tomorrow, September 16, at 2:30 pm in Usdan 110. We’re looking for bloggers, journalists, writers, photographers, interviewers, social media types (run our Twitter!), homespun Wes historians, videographers, internet addicts, photoshop fiends, and web design wizards—whatever. Frosh especially welcome. If you love Wesleying and want to help make it the weird, irreverent, and colorful media space it has become—or if you just like blogging in your underwear—please stop by. In the immortal words of The Great Sheek, “All you need is Internet access, the ability to string sentences together coherently, and an interest in life at Wesleyan as it is, was, and might be.”

Deloitte Consulting Information Session and Meet n’ Greet

To help ease the friction of unemployment and the possibility/probability of ending up with a life not unlike that of characters in a Kevin Smith movie, Eric Mendell ’11 sends in an e-mail:

Deloitte Consulting Information Session and Meet n’ Greet

From 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm learn about the array of post-graduate opportunities that Deloitte Consulting’s Business Analyst program has to offer from a group of Wesleyan Alumni (Rob Cho’ 91, Jed Rosenbaum ’02, Kara Hayward ’10, Jayvan Mitchell ’11, and Eric Mandell ’11).

From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm meet with David Rosenblum ’75 P’09, Deloitte Consulting’s National Managing Director of Consulting Corporate Developement and Wesleyan Board of Trustees member.

Refreshments will be provided.

Date:   Sept. 25 – Sept. 25
Time:   4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Place: Usdan 108

(Do click on the picture for a flyer of the events.)

Write For Argus Arts Section

The Argus’s Arts section is recruiting writers; experience optional. Details from co-editor Jessica Jordan ’13 below, and also a lovely picture of a cow working a grill (don’t ask):

The Arts section of the Argus is looking for writers! We need people interested in covering arts events (dance! music! theater! etc!) that happen both on and off campus. You don’t need to have written for a newspaper before; we’ll teach you everything you need to know (and more!). Interested folks can email  norvis(symbol)wesleyan(other-symbol)edu and jjordan(youknow)wesleyan(figureitout)edu or just show up to the All-Staff meeting above Broad Street Books next Sunday at 3 PM. You know you’re burning to write about that jazzdanceelectropop a capella finger-painting group that just formed.

(LOL at jazzdanceelectropop a capella finger-painting group. But seriously. Dubstep a capella is what’s up. If you can’t beat them or join them, write about them in the Argus.)

Method Magazine Seeks Artists/Writers

Wesleyan media has clearly been in a recruiting mood lately. First the once-a-semester Argus Recruitment Meeting, then an impassioned plea to Keep Wesleying Weird (or at least, y’know—alive). Method Magazine wants in on the fun, too.

Method Magazine is looking to highlight thesis art and creative writing in our print issue coming out this spring. Email methodmagazine(at)gmail(dot)com if you are interested. Method is a little of this, a little of that. Here is the blog site.