Cookies, Coffee and Juice at the Career Services Open House
Wednesday, September 3, 2:45 -4:30, Career Services Office, Pinkney
You’re invited to come meet our staff and learn about the office’s resources. We look forward to seeing you!
I-Fund National Security Scholarship Forum
Thursday, September 4, 3:45, Hodson Room, Mellon
The I-Fund will be on campus to hold an informational meeting about the I-Fund National Security Scholarship, which is open to students who attend an I-Fund member college--St. John’s is a member college. The scholarship is a $15,000 award made to students with a demonstrated desire for a career in the national security field.
PLUS! There’s the possibility of a paid summer internship with participating sponsors in the Baltimore/Washington area and assistance towards a national security clearance. You must be a sophomore or junior to apply. For additional eligibility requirements please attend the information session or stop by the Career Services Office.
Law School Admissions Visit and Lunch
Thursday, September 11, 11:45 – 1:00, Conversation Room
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to hear from representatives of four law schools: University of Richmond, Denver University, Tulane University, and Seton Hall. This is your opportunity to ask questions about admissions, programs, LSATs, and any other questions you might have. Lunch will be provided.
Alumni/Student Homecoming Networking Breakfast
Saturday, September 13, 9:00 – 10:30, Gym
Join St. John’s alumni for breakfast! Talk informally with alumni about their varied careers and the paths that led to them. Alumni will be seated at tables labeled by career field. Over 20 career fields will be represented.
Please note that the dining hall will not be serving breakfast in the dining hall on the 13th—so be sure to come to breakfast at the gym and take the opportunity to network! If you’re not on the meal plan, your meal will be courtesy of the Alumni Office.
US Department of State visit by the Diplomat in Residence, Terry R. Davidson
Tuesday, September 16, 3:45, Hodson Room, Mellon
Hear from the Diplomat in Residence about public service careers with the US Department of State. He’s familiar with the St. John’s program and knows some of our alumni working at the State Department—he understands the skills you can bring to the job. Refreshments will be served.
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Career Services Office Resources Info. Session and How to Use Agora!
Thursday, September 18, 3:45, Hodson Room, Mellon
We’ll let you know about how our office can be a resource for you while you’re at St. John’s and after you graduate. We’ll also demonstrate our Agora software. Agora allows you to find local and regional part and full-time employment and has an alumni networking feature. Other features include a resource library of all of our handouts, newsletters, and more for both campuses.
Pathways Fellowship Information Session
Tuesday, September 23, 4:00, Conversation Room
The Pathways Fellowship enables St. John’s students to transition into graduate study or careers that call for special or prerequisite courses. Find out how you can apply for a grant of up to $2,500 to use toward summer courses or programs related to your career exploration!
Open to current sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Application deadline: December 11, 2014
iJet Information Session
Wednesday, September 24, 2:45, Hodson Room, Mellon
Please join a representative from iJet to learn more about potential opportunities in their Annapolis office. iJET is an intelligence-driven provider of operational risk management solutions, working with more than 500 multinational corporations and government organizations. Capitalizing on proprietary technology and a network of security, intelligence, and geopolitical experts, they deliver a full array of customized intelligence, preparedness and response solutions. iJet’s solutions enable organizations to protect their assets and proactively prevent and mitigate threats and risk that can impact operational performance.
For Seniors & Alumni: Webinar, “Where Do You Begin When Considering Graduate School”
Tuesday, September 30, 7:30 pm
To attend contact Jaime Dunn, Director of Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.