Career Opportunities

Brown launches new internship initiative

BrownConnect, launched today, is an initiative that will provide Brown students with streamlined access to summer internships, research, and funding — and a suite of digital information services to review opportunities and engage with a global network of Brown alumni, parents, and supporters.


Good afternoon,

HireLive needs your help to spread the word about our December 9th event to the surrounding Orange County communities, any sort of editorial opportunity would be greatly appreciated. During this busy holiday season we are here to help get people back to work!

HireLive will be working with multiple Fortune 500 Companies, Industry Leaders and Local Businesses bringing candidates and companies together for a one day hiring event. 

Orange County
Tuesday, December 9th
9:00am – 12:30pm
Embassy Suites – OC Airport
1325 East Dyer Road
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Parking: Complimentary

● Bring 10-15 Resumes ● Dress Business Professional ● This is a free event for job seekers

Job Opportunities include:
Inside Sales Reps, Outside Sales Reps, Account Executives, Retail Managers, Account Managers, Insurance Sales, Customer Service, Technical Sales, Sales Managers, Pharmaceutical Sales, Telesales, Sales Trainer, Merchandiser, Mortgage Brokers, Financial Planner, Route Sales, Retail Sales, Retail Management, Human Resources and much more!

See Attached Flyer

Best Regards,

Lauren Baker
Marketing Coordinator
(949) 599-1872
(949) 417-9444 fax

If you are interested in sharing career opportunities, such as internships or job openings, with other Brown University Alumni, please Email Us. In the email include, your name, class year, career opportunity and location.

For current Brown University students and alumni, below are some networking resources & opportunities:

As you grow in your career, here are a few career & networking tips:
  • Branding:
    • Market Yourself! Consider creating and maintaining a personal LinkedIn page. Ask for recommendations from current and prior job experiences and share status updates with personal experiences and/or industry trends & articles relating to your career path. 
    • Be Unique: Create a personal website that showcases your work, project and professional experiences. Many employers will research candidates online prior to an interview. Having a personal website will help separate yourself from the competition and share in-depth some of your experiences. Link to any online articles that pertain to your personal experience as well as a LinkedIn page. Website creation services, such as, and will help get you started.

  • Network: 
    • Connect: Meet as many people at professional, alumni and industry networking events in your local area. Follow up with introductory emails and thank you cards. 
    • Don't just ask for a job. Although an individual may not have an opportunity at the given time, it's important to maintain a relationship to help increase your chances of consideration down the road.
    • Ask for referral. If a contact doesn't have a current opening, they may know a friend, colleague or associate that may help you reach your goals.
    • Pay it forward. As you remember the people that helped shape your life, help others that may need a little encouragement, mentorship or assistance.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks to Sean Tiner '06, Board Member BCOC, for the above resources and suggestions!