AUGUST 27 – SEPTEMBER 10, 2010


Hunter College Kicks Off Academic Year 2010-2011 in Purple Style -
Welcome Week, Convocation Ceremony and Block Party are just a few events to help you get your Purple on!
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The Sidney Bechet Society Presents Hot Jazz! New Orleans & Swing Style at the Kaye Playhouse! - Trumpet great Byron Stripling, trombonist Wycliffe Gordon, Clarinetist Anat Cohen are the powerful frontliners, joined by other jazz greats in the rhythm session. [read more...]
CUNY Baccalaureate Degree: Interested in Designing Your Own Unique Course of Study? -
The program serves self-directed, academically strong students who want to help formulate their own BA or BS degrees...
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Fall 2010 Internships at The Conference Board -
A Google Scholar Cataloger and Integration Analyst Internship; and an internship assisting the General Counsel. Available Now!
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Paid Year-Round Finance Internship at Ogilvy - Apply Now! - Applicants must be sophomores or juniors majoring in Accounting or Economics with a minimum 3.2 GPA. [read more...]
Fall 2010 Internship at the Office of Assemblymember Jonathan Bing - Apply Now! - Want to learn diverse functions of legislative office operations? Position available now! [read more...]
Attention Graduating Accounting Students: On-Campus Recruitment - Apply Now! - Accounting firms only recruit at this time of the year. Don't miss your chance to obtain a full time position with top accounting firms before you graduate. [read more...]
Be a Part of Triple H! Now Accepting Applications - Deadline: October 1, 2010 -
Hunter Has Heart (Triple H) is a year-long social justice program designed to improve communities through volunteerism and advocacy.
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