Complete the optional online tutorial to learn how to use the system most effectively.
On Campus Recruiting
Important components of the OCR program are company presentations. Some presentations are open to all students while others are limited to those who have been pre-selected to interview with the company. If the presentation is open to the public, you are encouraged to attend. These sessions offer excellent opportunities to learn about various industries and to prepare you for future recruiting opportunities.
Human Ecology offers workshops every semester to help students prepare for career fairs, including the presentation of important tips and individual resume critiques. Human Ecology calendar
New York Recruiting Consortium (NYRC)
Short-terms Jobs, Internships, and Volunteer Opportunities can provide valuable experiences, help you gain skills or knowledge for a specific job, build your networking contacts, and enhance your competitive edge for a full-time position.
Fellowships are available for students wishing to pursue their academic studies or public sector service. They usually involve research, teaching or service. Cornell Fellowships Program
Research positions are available in a wide variety of fields and settings, including universities, research centers, and healthcare facilities. Human Ecology students pursue research in the social sciences, life sciences, physical sciences, design, and technology.
Service and Teaching Positions are popular with many Human Ecology students, including the Peace Corps, City Year, AmeriCorps, Partners in Health, Teach for .America, NYC Teaching Fellows, and more.
Other methods for finding employment include employer websites, advertised openings through online services, targeted mailings, employment agencies, short-term employment opportunities, and volunteering opportunities.