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Work for Jobs?

Do you love Apple and are currently looking for a job post graduation? Then this is your lucky day!  According to Twitter (and to a lesser extent Nittany Lion Career Network), there is an info session on Thursday night at 6:00pm in 112 Thomas for the Apple Store Leader Program.

That is right! Apple will be here at Penn State for an information session regarding this job posting. The Apple Store Leader Program is “a 24-month immersion in every aspect of managing and operating an Apple Retail Store.” It seems like a great way to launch a career, especially if you are interested in retail.

Seems like a great way to kick start your resume and work on your leadership skills. It also gives you a chance to be a part of one of the coolest and most respected companies in the USA!¬† Maybe even you’ll get close to Steve Jobs’ inner pot-smoking, yoga-practicing circle! Apply here!

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