Welcome to SixFigureStart®

Career Coaching by Former Fortune 500 Recruiters

Free Career Teleclass for Parents of Gen Y Teens and Young Adults

Parent’s Guide To Internship and Entry-Level Recruiting

Friday, February 6, 1p EST

A Free SixFigureStart Teleseminar,

Presented by Caroline Ceniza-Levine and Connie Thanasoulis

 

  • What matters more than a high GPA and strong academics?
  • Which industries start full-time recruiting for seniors during freshman year?
  • How do I make the most of on-campus (and off-campus) recruiting?

 

Learn surprising trends in the recruiting of students for internships and entry-level jobs.  Find out what your child needs to know about the job search process and what parents can do to help.

 

SixFigureStart co-founders Connie Thanasoulis and Caroline Ceniza-Levine have a combined 40 years of HR and business experience.  Connie led campus recruiting and new hire training for Citigroup, Pfizer and Merrill Lynch.  Caroline led campus recruiting and new hire programming for Time Inc. and has also recruited for Accenture, Booz Allen, Oliver Wyman, Disney ABC, TV Guide, and others.  Caroline and Connie write career columns for CNBC.com, Conde Nast’s Portfolio.com, Vault.com, TheGlassHammer.com and Wetfeet.com and are adjunct assistant professors of Professional Development at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs. 

 

*The teleseminar is free but callers are responsible for any long-distance charges incurred to access the conference line.  Conference call spots are limited.  To receive dial-in instructions for the event, please RSVP to caroline@sixfigurestart.com. 

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