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Posted by Willy Franzen on April 25, 2008. Positions below updated every five minutes.
This is it in terms of revisiting the for profit companies (here’s Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4 in case you missed them). Tomorrow and Sunday we’ll be looking at the non-profit side of things. We’re still working on cleaning up all of our previous posts about entry-level jobs, but we should be done with that by Monday. We’re continuously surprised by the number of jobs that are still out there, so have at it!
Bliss: It seems like Bliss always needs Licensed Estheticians and Sales Freelancers, but a job as a Copywriter at Bliss is pretty sweet. The standards must be high considering the quality of their copy.
Current: There are still a ton of entry-level jobs at this online media outlet.
Dash: They’ve definitely expanded their hiring since we featured them. Possibilities for new grads include Marketing Evangelist, Technical Support, Manager of Customer Loyalty, Web Application Engineer and Service Operations Analyst.
Honda R&D: The auto manufacturer is still hiring plenty of new engineering graduates.
Nutricate: They still don’t list jobs, so you’ll have to cold call this one.
Bag Borrow or Steal: The only opening for new grads right now is as a Web Designer.
Tech Image: Don’t mess around looking for a job listing, they’re more than willing to speak with new grads who have an interest in PR.
Animal Replacement Technologies: Submit a resume and see what happens. They don’t have any job listings.
Navigant Consulting: They have one position as an Energy Consultant open. They’ve completely redesigned their website, so we’re working on cleaning up broken links in the post.
LeapFrog: Associate Licensing Manager and Curriculum Specialist look like the best fits for entry-level candidates right now.
GotVMail: There are some interesting openings in software development as well as in HR.
CarMax: They have a set program for entry-level hiring, but we’re not sure what their timeline is. Not much has changed.
NASA: Reading our original post is still the best way to navigate NASA’s hiring process.
AngelVision Technologies: The listings are exactly the same as when we first featured them.
Amerikal: They don’t list job openings on their site, so you’re going to have to try cold calling.
Draftfcb: We’re pretty sure that they hire at the entry-level, but all of their listings seem to be for mid-level or senior positions. You can just e-mail a resume and see what happens.
DigitalGlobe: The only position that stood out to us as entry-level is as a Space Vehicle Operator. Sounds pretty neat.
Fog Creek Software: The job openings that are listed are the same, but we’d be surprised if Fog Creek hasn’t already filled them.
Carnegie Learning: The only current openings for new grads are in software development.
Pi Media: We were celebrating Pi Day here, so we were more focused on the holiday than the jobs. Still, there are no specific listings, but cold calling is worth a shot.
That’s it! We’ll revisit all of these employers again in another few months.
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