Job and internship interviews will be held for these positions:
Norwest-Wells Fargo — March and April. Bank representatives will review applications and contact students individually to schedule interviews at an off-campus location. Gain valuable work experience, demonstrate skills and prepare for regular employment. There are a variety of summer-intern positions available, ranging from entry to professional level. The interns will be invited to various events to network and learn more about the organization. Job-description packets and applications are available in Career Services, Room 350, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Qualifications: The applicant must be an undergraduate with proper immigration authorization for continued employment.
The deadline for applications is March 6. Send your application and resume to: Norwest Banks Human Resources, Attention: JN, 608 Second Ave. S., Suite 1300, MAC N9303-131, Minneapolis, MN 55479, fax: (612) 667-7634.
Commercial banking analyst
US Bank — Wednesday, March 29. Bank representatives will review applications and Career Services will contact students individually to schedule interviews in the center, Room 350, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. The commercial banking analyst will support one or more relationship managers and will be exposed to all major facets of commercial banking for middle-market and large-corporate clients. The desirable candidate will possess excellent interpersonal and team skills, strong analytical skills, a high energy level and a commitment to excellence.
Qualifications: The candidate must be an undergraduate U.S. citizen majoring in accounting or finance.
The deadline for applications is March 10. Send your resume to: David Shapiro, US Bank, 601 Second Ave. S., MPFP0609, Minneapolis, MN 55402-4302, fax (612) 973-0822.
Internships in travel
BI Performance Services. Company representatives will review applications and contact students individually to schedule interviews at an off-campus location. BI’s Travel Division designs and implements travel incentive programs and meetings. Interns will be given a complete training program, as well as a formal performance review process. Many of BI’s interns have been hired as full-time associates. Current internships are available in travel communications, program management, the Travel Service Center and as travel consultants (group air management). Selected candidates will be invited to a group interview and have the opportunity to meet individually with representatives from the Travel Division’s various departments at its Edina location. You can read this job description in Career Services, Room 350, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, or on the Web under job postings at www.stthomas.edu/career.
Qualifications: The candidate must be an undergraduate student. Each internship has specific qualifications that are listed in Career Services.
Send your resume to: Amy Lang, TA-2, BI Performance Services, 7630 Bush Lake Road, Minneapolis, MN 55439, phone (612) 844-4073, fax (612) 835-2606 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, call (651) 962-6761.