St. John’s Career Center: Oct 1 event and more

Especially in today’s market, it’s important for students to get as much help and information as possible before venturing onto those perilous waters after graduation. English majors, minors, and grad students should know that the Career Center, on the 2nd floor of the Library, has lots of resources designed espeically for you.

Students should contact Senior Career Counselor Laura Smith —– to learn about and utilize the Center. Here’s a list she made of all the ways an undergraduate might utilize the career center over a four-year career: Four-Year Plan

There’s also an event on Oct 1 designed espeically for humanities majors:

October 1, 2012

Pathways to Career Success for Liberal Arts Majors

For more than 40 years Bob Wolf has helped companies and individuals in the business world achieve great and unlimited success.  As the keynote speaker for Pathways to Career Success, Liberal Arts Majors will learn how to confidently transition from an academic environment to the professional world.

Following his presentation, a panel of Liberal Arts Alumni representing fields such as legal, publishing and more, will share their unique success stories.  Please join us for a program specifically designed to help YOU plan for your future career.  Students of all majors and years are welcome.  Don’t forget to bring your curiosity coming prepared to ask questions to the panel.

The panel presentation will feature Nadina Persuad, a recent graduate of our BA/MA program who’s currently working as  Assistant Editor at Worth Publishers.

Please come to the event, and take advantage of all the Career Center has to offer!

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I teach Shakespeare and the blue humanities at St. John's in New York City.

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