GMAC’s Undergraduate Marketing Program

GMAC is back “on campus” this fall – promoting the value of graduate management education and encouraging undergraduate students to take the GMAT exam now and “bank their scores” for business. Building from our experiences, knowledge and successes over the past years, we are expanding our undergraduate campaign “Invest in Yourself” to 65 US campuses.

As we learned in our past efforts, these campaigns are not only good for the industry as a whole, but they also offer a great opportunity to promote your graduate business offerings and elevate your brand among a captive audience of undergrads on your campus. This campaign provides resources to undergraduates that include the value proposition of graduate management education to their future goals, the benefits of taking the GMAT exam now before they graduate, a Roadmap to Business School, and a host of other valuable resources – among which is a discounted exam package (We are inviting your undergraduates to test for $150 and save their scores until they are ready to apply to B-school.)

Working again with The AroundCampus Group, the on-campus undergrad marketing agency we partnered with last year, and BigLens- a digital marketing firm, here’s what we’re currently building for your campus:

Hiring and management of one or two current undergrads to serve as brand ambassadors through peer-to-peer engagement, tabling, and participation in campus events and fairs
Deploying geo-targeted, digital marketing campaigns on Google, Facebook, Instagram, and Snap Chat.

We recognize that Fall is a busy time for you. However, our learnings from our previous campaigns indicate your support and guidance is critical to the success of the campaign on your campus.

Some of the things we would appreciate your help include:

Connections to the right people… Introducing us to professionals and student leaders at your university (e.g., undergrad advisors, career services, student clubs/organizations/honor societies);
Access to common spaces and fairs/events… Helping the brand ambassador get good tabling space in the business school, on the quad and participation at campus fairs and events (this is also an opportunity to join forces). The brand ambassador assigned to your campus is Michele Mossino ( We have encouraged Michele to come by your office and say hello. Rebecca Harris is the campaign manager from the AroundCampus Group responsible for all ambassadors. Should you run into any challenges, please feel free to contact her at or reach out to Glenda (
Reinforced messaging… Including information about the microsite, information about GME, and special GMAT promotions in student e-comms like newsletters, emails, your social media channels, or intranets.

Here is link to the online toolkit we designed to assist your school in promoting the undergrad discount and available resources to help students prepare for the GMAT exam

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Google Career Week at Heavener

Calling all Heavener sophomores, juniors and seniors…
Come learn more about non-technical careers at Google during “Google Career Week at Heavener!” The Google Recruiting team will be on campus visiting with students to talk to you about careers in marketing, digital sales, and people operations (human resources). Take advantage of this fun and unique opportunity to interact with the Google team multiple times during the Google Career Week at Heavener! RSVP Required.

Schedule of Events

Monday, October 3rd

Google Information Session
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Location: Heavener Hall, Room 160

Tuesday, October 4th
Google Student Resume Building and Critique Sessions
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Location: Hough Hall, Room 120
Google Open Office Hours
Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: Hough Hall, Room 120

Wednesday, October 5th
Google Open Office Hours
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Heavener Hall, Room 160
Google Tabling in Heavener
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: West Entrance (inside) to Heavener Hall
Google Interview Skills Workshop
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Location: Hough Hall, Room 140


Click here to RSVP!

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Fraternity Management Job

Fraternity Management is in search of a few office staff to help handle the day to day business operations. We manage several fraternities on UF’s campus and handle bookkeeping, taxes, property management, human resources, accounts receivable etc. We are looking for dedicated individuals who can commit to a minimum of a full year (preferably 2). All current employees are UF students and they say it is a perfect job for students alike. We will work with your semesterly school schedule and are closed for most school breaks. Sorority experience is not a requirement, but is a plus.

You do not need to have any specific experience in an office setting, as long as you are a go-getter and have a willingness to learn, I can teach you! I’m a UF Warrington College and Hough Graduate School alum and am hoping to pass some entrepreneurial and business skills to future gator grads! If you are looking for a job where you sit and play on Facebook all day: please do not apply. If hired, you will gain valuable, transferrable skills to add to your resume. The office is about 15 minutes from campus so you must have reliable transportation – the bus route can take over an hour and a half.

Assistant tasks include, but are not limited to:

• Answer phones and return phone calls
• Manage emails
• Handle deposits, accounts payable and clerical tasks in QuickBooks Accountant 2016
• Run errands to the bank, office supply store, fraternity/sorority houses, etc.
• Pay bills for fraternity/sorority houses
• File mail, including bills, paperwork and tax forms
• Write and mail certified letters
• Meal Appeals for houses that offer them — research, calculate and enter in computer
• Assist with billing and statements four times a school year
• Must be focused and perform with little error, be knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite, and be organized
• Need someone who can work minimum of 10-15 hours per week– schedule is flexible with your school schedule

We are a friendly office and have a fun time, but we are very serious about getting work done. Applicants must be trustworthy and pass a background test.


I look forward to speaking with you. Go Gators!

Danielle Logan
Fraternity Management

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Burns Entertainment & Sports Marketing, LLC. Spring 2017 Internship!

If you have a passion for sports and entertainment, and have aspirations to one day work in this industry, then Burns Entertainment & Sports Marketing, LLC. is the internship for you!

Burns works with the nation’s largest PR Firms, Corporations, Ad Agencies, Colleges, and Associations helping them select and hire celebrities and athletes to bring their campaigns and events to life.

Burns is looking for exceptional students to intern Spring 2017 (January through May) in one of our four company divisions:
AD, PR, Business Development/Social Media and Business Development/Agency Relations

Interns receive hands-on training covering contracts, research methods, use of the database, as well as general office skills. Interns assist Burns executives with all aspects of spokesperson and endorsement campaigns; speaking engagements and events; and business development initiatives. Interns participate in the creative side of the business by involvement in brainstorming sessions, researching celebrities and athletes for possible campaigns and events, and compiling full bios for client proposals. In addition, interns assist with event/campaign logistics and customer service tasks.

“My internship at Burns Entertainment was an unbelievable experience. As an advertising student, we spent a lot of time in class learning about advertising from the creative perspective. However, during my internship at Burns, I was able to see a different side of advertising and the process that goes into selecting talent for a campaign. This is not an internship where you are given busy work. I was able to assist the advertising division with researching potential talent, writing celebrity biographies, and designing presentations that were used to pitch to future clients. The Burns team has been so welcoming and willing to go above and beyond to get to know us and our career interests. I would absolutely recommend this internship to anyone interested in pursuing a career in entertainment.” -Danielle DeVito Spring 2016

“I interned in the PR department and came in with next to zero knowledge of what PR was or did or anything, and now I know so much more than I thought I would, not just about PR, but about business and relationships. The learning experience at this company is unreal, to go along with the staff. I enjoyed this internship because I didn’t feel out of place at any time. I was included in conversations, I was asked about myself and my opinions because everyone here cared what I had to say.” -Tim Costigan Summer 2016

This is a full-time internship for school credit (unpaid) and located in the Chicago area.

Please send your resume and cover letter via e-mail to
Please check out the Burns website for additional

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Business Scholarship Deadline Extended to October 5th

Interested in the scholarship opportunities through the Heavener School of Business in the Warrington College? We offer scholarships for study abroad and for all undergraduate business majors either on campus or in the UF online program.

Don’t forget to apply for scholarships if you are applying to study abroad for the spring semester 2017!

For more information, links and directions on how to apply for study abroad scholarships are available on the web: or contact the with any questions.

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MindSumo Projects

Dear Professors,

MindSumo allows students to solve real-world projects from employers as a way to gain experience and better understand how the skills they’re learning in class will apply to their future careers. In the past, we have shared these projects with our students as an optional extracurricular.

This fall, MindSumo has launched the ability for instructors to incorporate these real corporate projects into their curriculum. Dozens of universities (including Wake Forest, Cal Poly, James Madison, and Bentley) are already signed up to use these projects in their classes. They come from Target, Toyota, State Farm, and others.

Click here to view a one page summary of this opportunity and get started.

Students absolutely love the experience, as it brings theoretical concepts to life and allows them to get constructive feedback from their professor and the employer hosting the project.

If you’re a student and would like to sign up and access the projects for free, click here.

Projects will be available until November 16th.

For more information contact:
Aaron Weiss

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UF Tallahassee Internship Program

The Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida offers the Tallahassee Semester Internship program each spring term to coincide with Florida’s legislative session. During the spring semester, the Center offers up to 15 internships throughout Florida government, including positions with the legislature, governor’s office and executive branch agencies, the news media and various associations and lobbying organizations.

In addition to their intern duties, students take a course on Florida politics and attend a number of seminars featuring major political and policy actors in the state. Students can earn additional academic credit through web courses, an independent study with UF faculty or as a transient student at FSU. Interns are required to live and work in Tallahassee during the full duration of the spring semester (January through April). A mandatory orientation session is held in Gainesville in late November or early December where the previous year’s interns will discuss the internship with accepted applicants.

Students interested in learning more about the Tallahassee Semester or who are interested in serving as an intern in Tallahassee during the spring semester, should contact Dr. Sheila Dickison at or (352) 846-1575 for additional program information.

Applications are due October 1. Application materials and letters of recommendations should be submitted via email to Dr. Sheila Dickison at Hard copy application packages will also be accepted in the Bob Graham Center suite on the second floor of Pugh Hall

Visit to apply!

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Fall 2016 Internship Opportunity

Hartfield Insurance Group, Inc. is an independent insurance company with unsurpassed customer service that focuses on client risk awareness and management. They are seeking undergraduate majors to assist and work one-on-one with the owner of the company, Larry Hartfield. Applicants must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and excellent communication skills.

Responsibilities and duties for this position focus on client outreach and administrative office work. Interns will help with maintaining client relationships, keeping updated client information, and analyzing alternative options available to clients. Also included in the internship is administrative office work.

The internship will consist of 8-12 hours per week. They are currently looking to fill one position for the Fall 2016 semester. This is an unpaid internship that will help you gain professional experience and exposure to insurance and financial products.

Candidates should send resumes and/or questions to

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Project Yoga

Are you a woman who is interested in feeling better about her body? Sign up to take part in Project Yoga – a research study about whether practicing yoga helps college-aged women think and feel better about their bodies.

We are seeking women who are 18 – 30 years old, have little or no previous experience practicing yoga (i.e., attended fewer than 4 classes in the past 6 months), are physically able to participate in beginner yoga classes, and will be available during the Spring 2017 semester to attend yoga classes on campus 2 times per week (several class times/days are available).

Classes are led by certified yoga instructors and will be provided at no cost. Compensation may be provided.

For more information, contact Aviva Ariel at 352-273-6016 or

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