Come to any of the 18 sessions, including the session with Assistant Professor of Family and Consumer Science Raedene Copeland, who will share tips on how to “dress for success.” Other workshops include an opportunity for a professional headshot for Linked In profiles and alumni speaking on gap-year experiences and green careers. Our keynote speaker on Friday is Aaron Hurst, a social entrepreneur and author of The Purpose Economy. For more details and a complete list of the week’s events, visit the webpage.
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January 23-27, 2017
Mark your calendar for this week of workshops designed to prepare you for life after college. Topics will include:
- Job Search Strategies
- Salary Negotiation
- Graduate School
- Money Management
- Professional Attire
- Getting Hired
Plus panels on Gap Year, Green Careers and Vocation, as well as a “Speed Networking” session with a host of employers. OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AND ALUMNI!
November 22nd, 2016 § 0
Kimberly Miller recently checked in with the English Department to tell of her latest exploits. She’s currently enrolled at a private military college, Norwich University, in that institution’s Masters in Diplomacy program, with a concentration in conflict management. The program focuses on international peacekeeping and peace-making.
Kimberly reports that “I couldn’t be happier with my decision. I’m working full time, going to school full time, and still somehow making room for all of the fun things of being post-college.”
We wish good luck to Kimberly in her pursuit of such a degree and the good work that will, no doubt, flow from it!