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How to Get a Job of the Future with a Liberal Arts Degree by Rich Bellis

Take advantage of the many opportunities for you to explore pathways and industries right here on campus! Also stay up-to-date on departmental, club, and broader campus events by watching the Campus Calendar.

**RSVP for these events by emailing the Career Center unless otherwise specified.


Coming in Block 8:

Week 2

Fellowship & Scholarship Lunch Series: Choose Your Own Adventure - Boren, Fulbright, & Watson
Tuesday, April 26 - McHugh Commons, 12:15 pm

In partnership with the Fellowships Coordinator and the Office of the Dean. Learn moreLunch will be served, please RSVP.

Executive-in-Residence: Edward De La Rosa
Tuesday, April 26 - Career Center, 4-6 pm

You are invited to participate in a one-on-one mentoring conversation with Mr. Edward De La Rosa. Spots are limited and will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Mr. De La Rosa will be joining us on Tues. April 26th and 20 minute time slots are available between 4-6 pm. RSVP to Stacey Stevens and indicate your preferred time slot (4 pm, 4:30 pm, 5 pm, 5:30 pm, or 6 pm).

Learn more about Mr. De La Rosa's career.

Medical, Dental, and Vet School Application Workshop
Tuesday, April 26 - Olin 1, TIME CHANGE - 12-1 pm

Fellowship & Scholarship Lunch Series: Plan Ahead - How to Get Started on Your Applications
Wednesday, April 27 - McHugh Commons, 12:15 pm

In partnership with the Fellowships Coordinator and the Office of the Dean. Learn moreLunch will be served, please RSVP.

Senior Transition Series: Alumni Panel
Thursday, April 28 - McHugh Commons, 5:30-7 pm

Graduation. Adulting. Life after CC. Are you ready for it?

Join CC alumni Rachel Colorosa ’09, Natalie Gosnell ’08, Nick Rose ’11, and Mike Shum ’07 to learn about steps you can take to thrive. You'll hear about: the do's and don'ts of finances; planned risked taking; building and maintaining a circle of mentors; and real estate (or, how do I live on my own?!). Dinner will be served, RSVP to the Career CenterSponsored by the Alumni Office, the Wellness Resource Center, and the Career Center.

Learn more about the panelists:
Rachel Colorosa ’09
 majored in International Political Economics at CC. She spent five years with Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group in management, sales, and operations. She now runs her own real estate company, Colorosa Properties LLC, a subsidiary of Keller Williams Realty. 
Natalie Gosnell ’08 
is an astrophysicist and the current W. J. McDonald Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin. After graduating from CC with a degree in Physics, she earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in Astronomy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 
Nick Rose ’11 
graduated from CC with a degree in Biology. After graduating, Nick toured the globe with The Harlem Globetrotters as a member of the Washington Generals. Currently, Nick is working for a wealth management firm in Golden, CO. 
Mike Shum ’07 
is an Emmy-finalist and award-winning filmmaker who works extensively in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. He is currently producing two films. He was a Sociology major and minored in African Studies and Cinema Studies.

Week 3

Peace Corps Information Table and 1-on-1 Chats
Tuesday, May 3

Stop by, say hi, and learn more about opportunities with the Peace CorpsInformation Table from 1-3 pm in Worner, and 1-on-1 chats with Karyn in the Career Center – sign up now!

Health Professions Club End of the Year Gala
Thursday, May 5 - McHugh Commons - 5-7 pm

Week 4

Block 8 Ends - Congratulations Seniors!
Wednesday, May 11

Rising Senior Symposium
Thursday, May 12-Friday, May 13

A two-day event open to students who will be seniors in the 2016-17 academic year and who want to make the most of their final year at CC. This symposium includes a housing extension until Saturday, May 14, at noon. Learn more about the Symposium.

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