I have an interview this week for a casual job in a field relevant to my career. I told them I would be available on weekends, then full-time during the summer break. This was before I managed to submit a grant application for a project that would also be over summer break. I have since received an email that my project application was unsuccessful, but that the university committee would try to get me funding for it anyway. (This has worked in previous years, but there's no guarantee it'll happen this year.) Do I tell my interviewers about the potential clash? [more inside]
Long-time MeFi lurker finally asking a question — I'm a 24-year-old student in San Francisco looking for a job in the nonprofit sector, particularly with social justice organizations that work directly with people to find resources to help connect them to services, education, or other vital resources. Looking at Craigslist is pretty depressing; most of the jobs posted seem to be higher-level jobs, or want more formal education than I actually have. [more inside]
What would you start doing today, if you thought you were going to move from Boston to London in September 2012? [more inside]
I'm an theater student in Houston. Twenty one years old. I've got a lot of theater on my resume, but I've never had a real, you know, jobby, job type job. What are my options and where do I start looking? [more inside]
Interesting summer work for a technology/IT enthusiast soon to be graduate [more inside]
Okay, there's just so much stuff at monster.com and jobhunter.com and classifieds, etc. What is the easiest, most painless way to go about finding a fulltime summer job for this summer that pays more than, say, 8 dollars an hour. (Me = 19 year old Seattle undergraduate without paid work experience for the last 17 months and who has forgotten how to look for jobs. Would not want to do anything too personally demeaning (minimal toilets, please)) Where should I look and is it too early/late to start?