Date(s) - 10/04/2018
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
- Art and Art History
- Arts and Humanities
- Classical and Ancient Studies Program
- Foreign Languages
- Interdisciplinary Programs
- Latina/Latino Studies
- Student Services
Have you ever wondered how you’re going to build a rewarding career after graduation? Or what to do if you’re applying for an exciting job where your skills would work great, but you must help the potential employer make a few connections to see the fit?
Graduate students in the humanities acquire many marketable skills in their studies, but they are often do not know how to market those skills for jobs outside academia.
Join us on Thursday, 4 October for a hands-on career development workshop. You’ll learn skills at professional development that will help you advance your career, whether that means getting your first job or making a career move.
Humanities graduates are thoughtful, curious learners whose skills make them exceptionally well-prepared for a variety of career opportunities. We will help you communicate those talents beyond the walls of the academy.