Fall semester: think about what industry you would like to get experience in, network with people you know through school, church, community, family, faculty, career development, etc.
Fall break/Christmas Break/Spring Break: visit potential employment site(s) to introduce yourself in person and submit resume, think about housing options, continue networking
January: get resumes out, get resumes on summer job Web sites, continue networking
February: follow-up on resumes, continue checking summer job Web sites, continue networking, begin researching housing options
March: follow-up on resumes and Web sites, continue networking, attend Camp, Sport, & Ministry Summer Opportunities Fair at Geneva College, research housing options, research local staffing agencies
April/May: follow-up on resumes and Web sites, continue networking, interview, follow-up on housing options, register with local staffing agencies if needed
Camps, Theme Parks, State Parks, Retail, Resorts, Cruise Ships, Seasonal work (ie: landscaping, pool maintenance), Colleges, Factories, Office Services, Nanny, and Summer Internships
Geneva College was selected to join the Undergraduate Microbial Genome Annotation Program, an initiative of the Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute (JGI).