January 27th, 2015 § 0
January 9th, 2015 § 0
ALL STUDENTS & ALUMNI are invited to this week of workshops presented by area professionals and designed to prepare you for life after college.
FREE Leather Portfolio!
Pick up your “Passport to Success” in the Center for Career and Calling on the second floor of the SUB. Get your passport stamped for each workshop you attend. Bring your passport with 3 or more stamps to the Alumni Center on Friday afternoon and receive your FREE leather portfolio.
The Week at a Glance
Monday, Jan. 12
12:30-1:20pm Marketing Yourself into Your Next Job (Cremona 202)
4:30-5:30pm Determine Your Worth & Negotiate Salary (Bertona 1)
7:15-8:15pm KEYNOTE: Did I Choose the Wrong Major? (Demaray 150)
Thursday, Jan. 15
11:10-12:15pm Successful Interviewing (Eaton 112)
3:00-4:00pm Networking (Bertona 1)
4:30-5:30pm Managing Your Money (Eaton 112)
Friday, Jan. 16
12:30-1:20pm Dress for Success (Demaray 150)
2:00-4:00pm Pick up your FREE leather portfolio (Alumni Center – 25 W Nickerson)
November 20th, 2014 § 0
English major Madi Cavell has just been named an Academic All-District Athlete for the All-West Region of the NCAA. She is one of just six volleyball players from the entire West–from the Rockies to Hawaii–and the only representative of the Great Northwest Conference to achieve this distinction. Congratulations, Madi!
November 18th, 2014 § 0
Dr. Kresser and I will be hosting our first, Rome 2015 Info Session THIS THURSDAY, Nov. 20, at 4:30-5:00 in the SPU Art Center, room 5. (FYI, the Art Center is located on Cremona St., just behind the Shell station, on the way to Byen Bakery). We’ll be providing general information about the program, including costs, accommodations, activities, and application deadlines and procedures. Don’t miss it! (But if you must miss it, let me know and we’ll try to fill you in later!
November 17th, 2014 § 0
The Center for Career and Calling is hosting a Liberal Arts Employer Panel on Wednesday, Nov. 19th from 6:30-8pm in DH 150. Learn from the career stories of professionals whose undergraduate majors include History, Communication, English, Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Psychology.
All students, alumni, faculty and staff are invited!