Get Featured (Students)
Getting featured is as easy as 1, 2, 3 -- if you've got the right stuff
1. You must be:
a grad student (MS/MBA/PhD) or 3.0+ GPA undergrad;
registered with Dayaway (resume, basic info);
passionate about getting into alternative energy (you've got some relevant content for Courses, Skills and Experiences and/or a genuine personal statement (written or video)
2. You will:
send an email with pics and information for the "Courses, Skills and Experiences" section.
We will edit it (and grab good stuff from your resume) to make you look good.
3. You might:
consider doing a video personal statement. This distinguishes you and brings your information to life, but it does take time.
Click here for instructions and examples.
The video is optional!!
Your big question: Is it worth it?
A: It's important to separate yourself from the crowd and credential yourself by associating with strong brands. Dayaway is doing both. We're targeting elite companies and students focused on alternative energy. We will get over a half million hits to the site this year. I know that featuring exceptional students helps Dayaway, and I believe it will help the students, too. It's your call.
Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your information or with questions you have.
Some answers to common questions are:
We will not feature you until you've reviewed and approved your profile.
We will discontinue showing you when you tell us so.
We will do our best to feature all approved profiles multiple times, on the homepage and in archives.
We will keep the bar high and feature only seekers who are passionate about and relevant to alternative energy
By "alternative energy," we mean:
- core sectors: wind, solar, biofuel, biomass, CHP, geothermal, fuel cell, hydroelectric, wave, tidal
- collateral sectors: smart grid, carbon management, efficiency, battery storage, EV
- pure-play and divisional focus
We will treat the privacy of your information as promised in the Registration Terms.
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