No, not us.
But I thought it might be worthwhile to try and help our son out in a weak job market...
We average over 500 different readers per day here, so who knows what connections each of you have. And a lot of jobs are filled because somebody knows somebody, not necessarily because of an advertisement for a position.
He's looking for something related to mathematics because that's what his degree is in, with a minor in finance. So anything from statistical analysis to working in a bank or insurance company. He is a Canadian citizen, however under the "Optional Practical Training" program with his student visa, he is eligible to work in the U.S. for 29 months after graduation provided that the job is related to his degree in math. During that 29 months, he will prove to his American employer that he is indispensable! Then the employer will gladly apply to sponsor him to continue living in the U.S!
Here's the basics...
He graduated with a 3.76 GPA. President list twice, Deans list eight times. Captain of the baseball team in both junior college and university. Numerous awards and honors. Served as math tutor for college algebra courses up to calculus II as well as probability and statistics courses. Huge Red Sox fan!
Willing to relocate anywhere at his own expense. Prefers United States, but will entertain offers from Canada. Currently committed to a job for the summer, but available for employment as of September 1.
Interested employers can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll forward it to him. Thanks!