CareerTV Videos

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CareerTV is the first and only global television programmer and interactive website designed to help college students and young professionals develop long-lasting, successful careers, and CareerTV.com is the world’s most visited career video website. It provides job seekers with free, personalized career profiles, career coaching, career-related videos, salary reports, and career news.” — CareerTV.com: About Us

Some of the CareerTV Videos include the following episodes:

  • 2009 Most Diverse Employers
    “A chill has blown through the economy, but we’ve got news that’ll warm any job seekers’ heart. In this episode we profile Lockheed Martin, Blinds to Go, and the Energy Industry. We’ll show you what it costs to Make the Move to Northern California and you’ll learn how to win friends and influence people during our sit-down interview with the CEO of Dale Carnegie and Associates.”

  • Diversity
    “In this episode CareerTV examines diversity in the workforce by profiling four employers that college students voted as the most diverse in the country. Go inside Microsoft, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the United States Department of State, and Goldman Sachs to discover how each recruits and retains diverse employees. Plus, career experts from Drexel and Rowan University layout how to make your resume and interview answers look and sound diversified. Plus, we’ve got career advice from Tom Hanks! It’s all inside this episode of CareerTV.”

  • Generation Y & Social Networking
    Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn – they’re websites about you, but should recruiters be looking at them when you’re applying for jobs? You’ll find the answer to that question in this episode of CareerTV – along with profiles of Oliver Wyman, Lockheed Martin, Osram Sylvania, and Ernst & Young. Plus, Rowan University students give their opinions about 21st century recruiting and their expectations for their first job. It’s a revealing discussion and one only found on CareerTV.”

  • Giving Back While Going to Work
    “Who’s Down, Who’s Up, and Who’s Hiring! In this episode of CareerTV we’ll show you how to Break In to Consulting and Broadcast Journalism during the Recession. Plus we hit the streets with City Year, Accenture, and Lockheed Martin to understand how you can Give Back While Going to Work.”

  • Green Collar America
    “President Obama is betting big on Environmentally Friendly Jobs – so we’ve loaded our deck with a Spectrum of Green Careers! On this episode we travel from the Skyscrapers of San Francisco to a family farm in Pennsylvania to see the innovative and environmentally sound ways Employers and Employees are changing the workforce. Plus, we Break In to Software Engineering at Facebook and advance an Outlook of the Accounting Industry. It\’s all ahead on this episode of CareerTV.”

  • Leadership
    CareerTV takes you across the country for a look at some of the top corprate leadership training programs availble to recent college grads. Plus, 30 Rock’s Tina Fey, Project Runway’s Tim Gunn, and former heavy-weight boxing champ George Foreman reveal their secrets to leadership success.”

  • Rotate!
    “The Economy is Shifting and so are Entry-Level Employees at some of the nation’s top firms. On this Episode of CareerTV, we explore the dynamics of the job market and profile the places students voted as having the Top Rotational and Leadership Development Programs.”

  • Social Responsibility
    In this episode of CareerTV the team travels around the world to see social responsibility in action. We profile the Peace Corps, Teach for America, Mayo Clinic, and the US Air Force and learn why each of these employers were voted by college students as the most socially responsible in the nation. The experts from Seton Hall and Villanova University provide interview and resume instruction while celebrity power couple Tim and Elisabeth Hasselbeck and actress Kim Raver show us how they give back. It’s all inside this episode of CareerTV.”

  • Top Employers for Engineers
    Whether it’s a skyscraper used by thousands each day, or a circuit that’s one thousand times smaller than a human hair, the work of engineers can be found everywhere! On this episode our team traveled from the flight lines of Seattle to the clean rooms of Albany, New York, to showcase young engineers in action at Xbox, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Turner Construction, the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering and NASA. Plus, Career Professionals from Johns Hopkins University and the California Institute of Technology lend their expertise on resumes and interviewing.”

  • Top Employers for Women
    What women want in the workforce! CareerTV set out across the country to profile ladies and their locales. We check out the dames of Disney, the gaming gals of Electronic Arts, the ladies of Lockheed Martin, and talented tutors of Teach for America. Plus, executive search expert Janice Reals Ellig and author Hannah Seligson provide their tips and advice for success. You’ll find all this and more on this female focused episode of CareerTV.”

  • Top Government Employers
    Why work for your daddy – when you’ve got an Uncle Sam! With the economy down and unemployment riding high, there may be no better time to look for a position with the United States Government – and we’ve got a look at who’s hiring, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Park Service, and the National Security Agency. Plus, we ride along the Rio Grande with agents from the United States Border Patrol. It’s up-close action you won’t want to miss, and it’s all inside this Top Government Employers edition of CareerTV.”

  • Top Healthcare Employers
    The global economy has taken ill, but a career in the healthcare industry may just be the cure! The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the healthcare industry created nearly 400,000 new jobs in the past twelve months. To see what opportunities are out there, we ran a check up on professionals at Mayo Clinic, Wyeth, Genesis HealthCare, and Walgreens. Plus, we took a look at the vitals of prominent healthcare schools, like the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, and Thomas Jefferson University. You’ll find all this and more in this episode of CareerTV.”

  • Top Hispanic Employers
    “AT&T is calling for jobs and the American Cancer Society is fighting for fundraisers. In this episode, we travel to Dallas and Atlanta for companies that are hiring right now, and a special LA Up Close segment for breaking into acting and boy bands!”

  • Top Internship Programs
    CareerTV kicks off its second season with Tina Fey, Stedman Graham, and a look at the Top Ranked Internship Programs in the US! We visit Orlando, Atlanta, Nashville, and New York to bring you the latest job market news. Plus, Spelman College, Georgia Tech, and author Lindsey Pollak weigh in with advice to help you stand out during the recession.”

  • Top MBA Employers
    In this episode, CareerTV counts down the Top 10 MBA Employers in the US as ranked by business school students. We visit Accenture to find out how to Ace Your Case Interview, get inside advice from MBA students from UC Berekely and MIT career counselor Bob Dolan. And…GMAT scores and the Top 10 Business Schools. It’s all in this episode on CareerTV.”

  • Top Undergrad Employers Countdown
    The price of oil, the housing market, and what it means in the job market! CareerTV dives into the issues and employers that are shaping the post-college landscape. In this episode we count down the top 10 student ranked employers for undergrad students including: NASA, PWC, Peace Corps, the US Department of State, Goldman Sachs, Ernst & Young, Apple, Disney, and Google. Plus, Boston University is on hand with Career advice, so if you’re having a tough time treading water in the turbulent job market, then turn your eyes to this episode of CareerTV.”

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