RIT's Saunders College of Business is recognized in the top 100 programs listed in the Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2014 rankings by Bloomberg Businessweek. More
Anna Bracilano’s major in Advertising and Public Relations and minors in Women’s Studies and Criminal Justice were a perfect fit for a job in her home state. Read more here
About 250 companies are registered to participate in the RIT Spring Career Fair 11 am – 4 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Employers will be looking for entry level and experienced employees as well as co-ops and interns. Read more here >>
Career Resource & Testing Center
At the Career Resource & Testing Center (CRTC) your student can get answers to a variety of career-related questions:
- What career fits me?
- What potential jobs could I get with my major?
- What websites and resources are available to me to learn more about careers?
- How can I learn about my own work interests, values, and skills?
- What’s my personality type and what jobs match my type?
Students can complete self-assessments and research college majors and career opportunities in the CRTC. Then they can work with their counselor/academic advisor to interpret that information and incorporate it into their academic plans. Every deaf or hard-of-hearing RIT/NTID undergraduate student has an assigned counselor who can provide personal, social, career and academic counseling services.
Team MotionSavvy, one of the winners of RIT/NTID’s 2013 Next Big Idea innovation competition, are taking their big idea to San Francisco to continue their work with Leap Motion on a program that will enable deaf and hard-of-hearing people to use sign language to activate new technology, just as Siri can react to a voice command. The team will work on developing an application that will enable their device to translate sign language into words and sentences. Read more here >>
RIT/NTID hosted a panel presentation about Health Care Career opportunities featuring deaf and hearing role models talking about their experiences in accessing and being successful in health care careers. The purpose of the discussion was to encourage more deaf and hard-of-hearing students to consider careers in health-related majors, a fast-growing career field.