Interested in studying abroad but worried that you can't afford it? Come learn about the Gilman Scholarship, which provides up to $5,000 for study abroad programs. All undergraduate students meeting the financial aid criteria (Pell Grant recipients) and considering a study abroad program, especially those outside of Western Europe and Australia, are welcome to attend. U.S. citizenship required. ...more
Prepare for your job search early. Participate in this interactive workshop designed specifically for seniors and learn more about how to utilize a variety of resources like online databases, networking, and social media to land a full-time position after graduation. Register now.
This is part two of the How to be Competitive in the U.S. Market Workshop Series, designed for international students interested in finding employment in the United States. This interactive workshop will teach you specific techniques for searching for H-1B visa sponsoring employers, help you develop and practice networking skills in preparation for the up-coming Job and Internship Fair, and ...more
Expressing Yourself in the Workplace: A Discussion on Gender and Sexual Orientation
Mary Graydon Conference Room 203
Should I be "out" in the workplace? How do I express my gender to my coworkers? How can I be authentic through my resume and in the interview process? A panel will discuss these questions and how people negotiate and navigate their gender and sexual orientation in the workplace.
The Career Center will host the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for an information session on Thursday, April 25, 5:00 to 6:30 p.m., in MGC 203/205.
All students are invited to attend this session to learn about global employment opportunities within the CIA. The recruiters will focus on careers in graphic design, multimedia, and publications. They will also discuss CIA organizational ...more