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There are many opportunities for you to explore pathways and industries right here on campus. Take advantage of the great speakers, presentations, and events going on each day. Be sure to stay aware of what your department, clubs and organizations are offering as well as broader campus events by watching the CC Event Calendar.

**RSVP for these events by emailing, unless otherwise specified.

Coming in Block 2:

Week 3

DaVita On-Campus Interviews
Worner Center - Thursday, October 8 - All Day

Homecoming Weekend
Friday, October 9-Sunday, October 11

Week 4

8 Secrets About Landing a Job I Wish I Knew Senior Year
Monday, October 12 - 12-1 PM

Join CC alum Jessie Hughes '11 for her Econ & Business FFET lunchtime talk. Finding the right opportunities - and standing out as a competitive candidate - is tough. Fortunately, a few solid habits and job hunt hacks can help you land that dream job. Join Jessie Hughes '11 to learn what works, what doesn't, and which resources can help you most.

Noyce Teaching Fellowship and Scholarship Info Meeting
Gaylord Hall - Tuesday, October 13 - 12:15-12:45 PM

Are you majoring in math or science and interested in teaching? Consider the Colorado College Noyce Scholarship Program as CC’s alternative to Teach for America right here in Colorado Springs! The program offers research fellowships available for freshman, sophomores, and juniors during the academic year and summers. Additionally, it has scholarship of $5,000 to $20,000 available for those interested in completing CC’s Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program! Lunch provided! Please RSVP to by October 7.

Block 2 Ends
Wednesday, October 14

Coming in Block 3:

Week 1

First Mondays: Living in Pop Culture
Armstrong Hall - Monday, October 19 - 11:15 AM

Presented by Chuck Klosterman, Author of Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs.

UCCS Career Networking Night
UCCS Campus - Tuesday, October 20 - 5:30-7:30 PM

Join us for a night of relationship building with local businesses to learn about internship and job opportunities. Transportation provided. Please RSVP.

Turning Your Facebook and Instagram Posts into a Social Media Career
Carriage House - Wednesday, October 21 - 4 PM

Innovator in Residence Aaron Kahlow, Silicon Valley entrepeneur and founder of the Online Marketing Institute, shares how to make your social media obsession into a career. Please RSVP. Also check out his Digital Marketing Crash Course, sponsored by the Innovation Institute, happening October 26-30.

Marketing Your Study Abroad Experience
McHugh Commons - Thursday, October 22 - 12-1 PM

Come learn how to use your study abroad experience to get ahead with employers. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP.

Week 2

University of St. Thomas School of Law Information Table
Worner Center - Monday, October 26 - 12 PM

Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey Campus Visit
Worner 216 - Tuesday, October 27 - 12 PM

Want to change the world? We'll teach you how. Join representative Maren Gauldin to chat about how a master's degree from the Middlebury Institute can help you launch an international career. Please RSVP. Pizza will be provided.

Environment America Information Session
Worner 213 - Tuesday, October 27 - 12-1 PM

Worner Center - Wednesday, October 28 - 12-2 PM

Overland Summers Information Session
WES Room - Wednesday, October 28 - 5-6 PM

Week 3

Stratton Series - Bob Klein '79: Science, Technology and Entrepeneurship
Location TBD - Tuesday, November 3 - Time TBD

Public Service Opportunities Lunch
Bemis Great Hall - Wednesday, November 4 - 12 PM

Multiple organizations, including the Public Interest Fellowship Program, Humanity in Action, City Year, Teach for America, and Truman Scholarship will be on campus to talk about how you can get into public service and make a difference.

Executive in Residence: Van Skilling '55
Career Center - Wednesday, November 4 - 2-5 PM

Students have the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with CC Alumnus Van Skilling to talk finances and how to get ahead. Register online for your 20 minute session.

Fullbridge Finance Intensive Information Session
Career Center - Thursday, November 5 - 12:15 PM

Are you interested in finance? Do you want to develop core business skills, understand different career paths in finance, and ace your interviews? Take non-credit Half Block offering Fullbridge Finance Intensive! Anne Kauth, Fullbridge's Director of Domestic Programs, will be on campus to talk to students that want to learn more about the program and what they will get out of it. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP.

Stratton Series - Mark Levy '82, P'18: Airbnb - Start Ups and What They Are Looking for in Candidates
Location TBD - Friday, November 6 - Time TBD 

Week 4

Block 3 Ends
Wednesday, November 11

Block Break

SLAC November Video Recruiting Day
Career Center - Friday, November 13 - All Day

If you landed an interview with an employer through SLAC, please contact the Career Center ahead of time so that we can help you set up your video interview in the Morreale House classroom.

Coming in Block 4:

Week 1

First Mondays: "Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulucene: the Lively Arts of Staying with the Trouble"
Armstrong Hall - Monday, November 16 - 11:15 AM

Presented by Donna Haraway '66, Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the History of Consciousness Program, UC Santa Cruz.