Learn Strategies to Stand Out & Launch Your Career with Ross MacPherson

FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS:

The Top Resume & LinkedIn Strategies to Stand Out and Launch Your Career!

Before a potential employer meets you, your resume and LinkedIn profile are the only means of knowing who you are and what you can offer. If these two pieces of your “brand” don’t WOW them, they move on, and someone else gets the interview.

In this jam-packed session, branding expert Ross Macpherson will show you the top strategies to create a dynamic resume and LinkedIn profile that will get you noticed and make your phone ring off the hook! He’s done it for thousands of his clients, and we’ve brought him here to show you.

Wednesday, March 29th 10:00-10:50 AM
Massey Boardroom
Convocation credit available


FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS:

Advanced Branding for MBAs: Top Strategies for Powerful Resumes & LinkedIn Profiles

Your resume and your LinkedIn profile are your two MOST important marketing tools. The problem is, most resumes and LinkedIn profiles are considered “poor” by the very hiring managers and recruiters they are meant to attract. You need yours to be GREAT!

In this jam-packed session, branding expert Ross Macpherson will show you top “next-level” strategies and samples to help you create resumes and profiles that will get you noticed and make your phone ring off the hook! Prepare to take notes…this is NOT your average resume session!

Wednesday, March 29th 5:00 PM Networking/Check-in, 5:15 PM Presentation
Massey Boardroom
Click HERE, to RSVP for the event

Nashville Areas Career Fairs

College to Career Recruitment Fair

February 23, 2017 2:00-5:00 PM

Nissan Stadium

Meet 120+ employers hiring for professional internships and full-time positions!

Register below using password: careerfair

Click HERE to get your ticket and view the list of registered employers
Ticket is required to attend

Meet the following employers and many more hiring for
professional internships and full-time positions:

Accenture
Aspire Health
Asurion
Brookdale Senior Living
Change Healthcare
Compass Rose Events
First Tennessee Bank
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Attractions
Houzz
Jackson National Life Distributors
Parallon
Public Consulting Group
Regions Bank
Ryan Hospitality Properties, Inc.
Tractor Supply Company
UBS Financial Services
Warner Music Group


Questions? Contact The Massey Career Development Center at masseycareerdevelopment@belmont.edu

Sponsored by the Nashville Area Career Fairs Consortium Institutions & The Nashville Area of Chamber of Commerce

Featured Employer: Covenant Surgical Partners Inc.

Address: 401 Commerce Street Suite 740 Nashville, Tennessee 37219

Phone Number: (615) 345-6900 Fax Number: (615) 345-6905

Company Contact: Stephanie Arnold stephanie.arnold@covenantsp.com

Website: http://www.covenantsp.com/

Headquarters: Nashville, TN with partners across the US.

Location: See address above

Size: 750 employees

Founding Year: 2008

Type of Company: Private

Industry: Hospitals & Clinics, Healthcare

Revenue: Secretly Upheld Information

Competitors: N/A

About Us: Covenant Surgical Partners, Inc. owns and operates a national network of freestanding ambulatory surgery centers with a focus on single and limited specialties including gastroenterology, ophthalmology, pain management and urology. We also own and operate multiple Anesthesia entities across multiple states as well as two Anatomic Pathology laboratories located in Nashville, TN and San Francisco, CA. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Covenant Surgical Partners is a privately-held company offering centralized administrative, financial, support and center management services which we believe enhance the quality of patient care, improve physician efficiency and increase center level profitability.

Services/Products: Physician Service Companies

Internship Information for Students

For Students…

Students interning in roles/companies/organizations directly relating to their academic major or occupational goal may receive elective credit for work with employers approved by the intern supervisor. 

  • Students may work part-time, full-time, off-campus, or on-campus in either paid or volunteer positions.
  • The Co-operative Education/Internship Program is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors.
  • Generally, students working part-time may receive up to (6) hours of credit in a semester.
  • Students receive co-op credit only during the semester that they work. Co-op credit will not be given retroactively.
  • Only six (6) hours of Co-operative Education credit will count toward the graduation requirement as business elective credit. Three (3) credit hours may substitute as an elective in the major program, but not for a major requirement.
  • Assignments include an online assessment, workshop attendance, journals, a paper and presentation. Grading is on a Pass/Fail basis.

In order to earn course credit for internship experience, the following guidelines must be met:

  • Students must gain approval from their academic advisor for MGT 3000 to be included as part of their course plan.
  • Students need to contact the Internship Specialist (Chris Agans in The Career Development Center) and complete the Internship Approval Request Form in order to register. The Internship Specialist will authorize the student in Banner and then the student can complete the registration process.

Fall 2016 Internship Approval Request Form: https://form.jotform.com/60746490846162

A student must register for Co-operative Education (MGT 3000) at the same cost per hour.

  • The student’s internship MUST relate to his/her educational and/or occupational goals.
  • The student must be in good standing with the university in order to be eligible for the Co-operative Education/Internship Program. No student may be enrolled in the Co-operative Education/Internship Program if he/she is on probation with Belmont University.
  • The employer must be willing to enter the training agreement with Belmont University and complete a performance evaluation.
Fall/Spring Semester Summer (spans both summer sessions)
10 hrs/week; 150 hrs total 1 unit of credit 15 hrs/week; 150 hrs total 1 unit of credit
12 hrs/week; 180 hrs total 2 units of credit 18 hrs/week; 180 hrs total 2 units of credit
15 hrs/week; 225 hrs total 3 units of credit 22 hrs/week; 220 hrs total 3 units of credit
18 hrs/week; 270 hrs total 4 units of credit 27 hrs/week; 270 hrs total 4 units of credit
22 hrs/week; 330 hrs total 5 units of credit 33 hrs/week; 330 hrs total 5 units of credit
30 hrs/week; 450 hrs total 6 units of credit 40 hrs/week; 400 hrs total 6 units of credit

If you have additional questions, you can Contact the Massey College of Business Internship Coordinator by e-mailing masseycareerdevelopment@belmont.edu or by calling 615-460-6947.