Dylan Lurk is a junior from O’ Fallon, Illinois studying mechanical engineering. Aside from being a member of the Professional Practice Ambassadors and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, he also represents the old gold and black as a trumpet player for the All American Marching Band. Dylan was able to intern with GE Aviation … Continue reading Meet Aviation Aficionado, Dylan Lurk
Yohana Beraki, is a senior from Indianapolis majoring in psychological sciences with a minor in management and a certificate in entrepreneurship. Yohana is very involved on campus as an ambassador for the College of Health and Human Sciences, a member of the African Student Association, Walking with Wisdom, PSY CHI, as well as an HHS … Continue reading Not Your Typical Camp Counselor, Meet Yohana Beraki
Amanda Warnock is a junior from Carmel, IN who is on a dual-degree track pursuing a B.A. in political science and a B.S. in developmental and family science. She feels very fortunate to have been able to intern in Washington this summer gaining valuable experience in her field, forming new connections and making lasting memories. … Continue reading Winning Washington, Meet Amanda Warnock
Meagan Finucane is a senior studying public relations and strategic communication with a double minor in business leadership and Spanish. The La Grange, Illinois native is not afraid of committing herself to the opportunities that come her way. This is proven through her involvement in several organizations on campus. She’s the chief of staff for … Continue reading From La Grange to London, Meet Meagan Finucane
Thanks to our myCCO expert Janet (https://www.cco.purdue.edu/FacultyAndStaff/Staff/JanetGlotzbach) for sharing frequently asked myCCO questions from students, we are able to demystify some of the hiring process. Q: What happens after I hit the “apply” button on myCCO? A: Just like your myCCO account, employers who want to hire at Purdue can create an account via … Continue reading What happens on myCCO after I click “apply” for a position?
The "Workforce Recruitment Program" [WRP] provides current undergraduate and graduate students, Veterans, as well as recent graduates with disabilities the opportunity to apply for short-term and permanent positions within various Federal agencies. Sometimes, private companies with Federal contracts will also use the WRP to recruit well-qualified candidates. Students in all fields of study are eligible to apply. … Continue reading Workforce Recruitment Program for highly-motivated students with disabilities