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Epicor Software Corporatio​n’s Employment Open House April 24th, 6-8 pm!

Epicor has part-time and full-time opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Looking for students interested in the Epicor Software Corp!
Employment Open House on April 24th from 6-8 pm.
Details are posted in the ‘Career Events’ section of GoldPASS (#1864).
Click on this link to read the event description:

On-Campus Interviews​: Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Analyst Position!

Students who have strong leadership, communication

and interpersonal skills are encouraged to apply!

GoldPASS Schedule ID: 2860
Deadline to apply: April 28th
The Office of the Minnesota Attorney General is accepting resumes from upcoming 2013 college graduates who have the professionalism, capabilities, and motivation to perform outstanding work on behalf of the people of Minnesota as a Consumer Analyst.
Consumer Analysts perform important work that makes a difference in the lives of Minnesota citizens as part of a highly committed team of professionals. Our Consumer Analysts assist and advocate for Minnesota citizens on an array of different issues. Analysts research and analyze complex laws and problems and communicate with a variety of different parties to help forge solutions that benefit individual consumers.

Become a Wilderness Trip Leader!

Job Description:
Camp Kamaji, a Northern Minnesota residential summer camp for girls, is looking for experienced Wilderness Trip Leaders (can be female or male but must be at least 21 years of age) to work in Kamaji’s out-of-camp adventure trip program. The vast majority of trips are canoeing and range from an easy overnight trip on the Mississippi River to a week long extended trip to Quetico Park, north of Atikoken in Ontario, Canada. The trips are graded for difficulty and are based on camper age, experience, and skill mastery. In addition to canoe trips Kamaji also has climbing trips on the north shore of Lake Superior as well as overnight horseback riding trips and kayaking trips. Trip Leaders should expect to lead an average of 2-4 trips each week. For more information please go to Kamaji’s website at and/or email
• Minimum of 21 years of age – required
• One to two years wilderness trip leadership preferred
• Experience working with children in a leadership role preferred
• Significant experience or education in the areas of camping, outdoor pursuits and small water craft
operation and instruction
• Current Wilderness First Aid and Lifeguarding certifications (or willingness to obtain)
• Ability to teach camping/canoeing/kayaking skills to campers and/or staff
• Desire and ability to work with children outdoors
• Valid driver’s license and clean driving record (will be verified by camp’s insurance carrier)
• Possess exemplary character traits including but not solely limited to integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm,
sense of humor, patience, self-control, good judgment, leadership and decision-making skills
• Possess a commitment to excellence and to doing no less than one’s best
• Ability to accept supervision and guidance
• Possess a commitment to excellence and to doing no less than one’s best
• Teaching experience preferred, either in a classroom or outdoor setting.
Compensation Details:
Competitive Salary based upon education, experience, qualifications, etc. Salary begins at $2100 (plus travel allowance, board and room) for contractual period beginning June 1st and ending August 12, 2013.
Organization Description:
Located in Northern Minnesota, Camp Kamaji is a sleep-away summer camp for girls ages 7 to 15. Oh — but it is so much more than that!! Kamaji is a fun place . . . a happy place!! A place full of girls and young women, without whom, camp wouldn’t be camp!! For it is the campers and staff who make Kamaji a truly special place; it is they who bring camp alive every summer; whose joy and laughter echo throughout Kamaji long after the end of each summer; whose friendships with each other know no boundaries be it distance or age.We promise you Camp Kamaji will stay with you well beyond your childhood; it will be forever — in your memories and in your heart. It will become a part of who you are . . . from the moment you become a part of Kamaji!!
Application Method Details: For more information please go to Kamaji’s website at and/or email

MTS Banaadir Academy is seeking for Reading Buddies!


Do you love working with kids?
Are you looking for worthy cause?
Do you have a spare hour?

We may be the place for you!
Banaadir Academy is seeking adult volunteers to participate in our Reading Buddy program. Tutors will meet with our students one-on-one and spend time with the student reading aloud to them, as well as working with the student on basic reading strategies. We can work with you and your schedule to find a time slot that works for you. We will provide books, reading materials and guidance. Serious inquiries only.
• Volunteers will be given the opportunity to develop a meaningful relationship with a child by assisting that child in developing an essential skill in today’s society.
• Volunteers are invited to engage their creativity and innovation to facilitate learning literacy skills.
• Volunteers will receive relevant experience for careers in education, childcare, and literacy related fields.
• Knowing that your time and energy are making a difference in a child’s life.
Orientation and Training:
• Volunteers will attend an orientation where they will meet teachers and go over tutor expectations.
• Supplemental materials will be made available concerning reading skills and dealing with children’s varying ages and backgrounds.
• The volunteer coordinator will be available to discuss and to address any concerns.
• The coordinator will conduct regular check-ins and provide continual support.
Volunteer Tutors must enjoy spending time with children, be 18-years or older, have basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), and be able to read, write, and speak English. You do not need to be a teacher or have previous tutoring experience! Volunteers need to be able to spend at least one hour per week until the end of the school year (June 6th 2013) and attend a mandatory orientation and tutor training (usually 20-30 minutes in length) before volunteer work begins.
Organization Description:
We are a free K-8 charter school connected to MTS (Minneapolis Transitions Charter School). Located in North Minneapolis, our school is focused on serving 300+ East African students in our community. Our desire is for our students to be provided with an environment that is safe, caring, and conducive to learning. Since we have many English learners, our ELL staff strives to provide instruction for academic and linguistic competence. We also offer free Arabic lessons to all of our students from kindergarten to fifth grade.
Email or call (612) 928-2496

HRD & HRIR Networking Reception

HRD & HRIR Networking Reception
Thursday, April 4
3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Carlson School of Management (Atrium)
You are cordially invited to attend the first-ever Human Resource Development / Human Resources and Industrial Relations networking reception.
This event is open to CEHD Human Resource Development students and is being hosted by University of Minnesota’s College of Education & Human Development and the Carlson School of Management.
Come network with fellow HR students, alumni, and professionals to learn more about the Twin Cities human resource community! Complimentary refreshments will be served.
Please register to attend in the GoldPASS career event.
Questions? Request for accommodations? Please contact Angie Soderberg at
GoldPASS Career Event ID: 1831

Bluestem Brands, Inc – Merchandis​ing Specialist

Bluestem Brands, Inc. submitted a new schedule request that they will be interviewing for on April 10th. The deadline to apply is April 3rd. Please promote this opportunity to your students!
Bluestem Brands, Inc.
Merchandising Specialist
Schedule ID # 2846
As a merchandise specialist you will translate product & product brand level value to all Bluestem brands customers via all available media channels. The role works in close collaboration with a Buyer or Senior Buyer to understand the elements of the product assortments and how they need to appear to our customers in print, online and via all interactive channels. This role is crucial to driving profitable revenue, assuring a positive, brand right customer experience, and in minimizing post sale customer contacts. Great entry point for students pursuing future buying, media planning or inventory planning roles in the merchant organization.
• Manage product & promotional content in print campaigns.
• Assortment plan creation & implementation.
• Online Store shop-ability
• Responsible for all customer interactivity
• Select product offers & develop promotions for interactive & social campaigns
• Key point of contact with product vendors to acquire accurate relationship deal points
• Audit the output of the Product Content role to insure accuracy of information and adherence to connect style guides for all brands and channels.
Apply via GoldPASS by April 3, 2013

Upcoming On-Campus Interview Opportunit​ies!

Jr. Business Analyst (full-time)
Schedule ID # 2733
Deadline to apply: March 16th, 2013 @ 1:00am
Sales Intern (paid)
Schedule ID # 2808
Deadline to apply: March 26, 2013
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Sales and Management (full-time and intern)
Schedule ID # 2774
Deadline to apply: April 1, 2013
Bluestem Brands, Inc.
Database Marketing Analyst (full-time)
Schedule ID # 2828
Deadline to apply: April 3, 2013
DHI Mortgage
Multiple positions (full-time)
Schedule ID # 2831
Deadline to apply: April 16, 2013

Target: Meet the Bullseye Event!

Students can read more about the event by logging into GoldPASS and the ‘Career Events’ section (search on All events or select the category of ‘Employer Site Visit’).
To be considered for the opportunity to attend this event, students must meet the qualifications (see below), register for the opportunity to attend in GoldPASS, and also upload their resume in GoldPASS.
We’re seeking students with initiative to go above and beyond
–Students within all majors, expected to graduate between December 2014 – May 2016
–3.0 GPA or above required
–Legally authorized to work in the U.S. for any employer
The deadline to apply via GoldPASS to be considered by Target for this opportunity is Wednesday, March 27th.
See the full description of the event in GoldPASS here:
(PLEASE NOTE: This is a screen capture of the event description only. Students must log into GoldPASS, register for the event, and upload their resume to be considered for the opportunity to attend.)