“Jellyvision talks people through big life decisions, like selecting a health insurance plan, saving for retirement, managing finances, and navigating a career. Our recipe: behavioral science, cutting-edge tech, great writing, purposeful humor, original animation, and oregano.” That’s the pitch Jellyvision makes to customers who are interested in hiring them as clients. As students, how can you contribute to their mission?

First step: Cover Letter. Cover Letter. Cover Letter. I can not stress enough the importance of having a solid cover letter in your application. Head recruiter, Brian Glickman, shared with me that this was the first piece of information they review in an application before even glancing at the resume. They want you to show your passion and share why you want to work there and how you can contribute to their team.

Next step: Audition. They are looking for people who will be great cultural fits in their roles and demonstrate the skills that are needed to successfully do the job. You’ll be evaluated on this audition and then different team members all decide if you move forward in the process and get hired. This is time for you to shine!

The company’s strongest product, Alex is growing FAST and they’re always looking to expand their teams as more clients start to use Alex in their companies for financial guidance. They have internships and apprenticeships that run from May/June – November with the potential for full-time hiring. Full-time needs are diverse and include analyst positions along with consumer insights role. Opportunities can be found on the Jellyvision website. Last note, they will be at the Kellstadt Career fair on Thursday, October 22nd.

Jellyvision Front Desk


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