Career Services Calendar of Events



October 2014

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Senior Workshop: Discover Your Direction, Career Services Presentation

Wednesday, October 1, 2:45, Hodson Room

Learn more about different assessment tools that can help you with discovering your innate preferences.  We’ll talk about the MBTI, ONet, and more.  We’ll also discuss strategies you can use to help you find your direction.

 

National College of Natural Medicine Information Session

Friday, October 3, 11:30 -1:00, Private Dining Room

The National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) is the oldest accredited naturopathic medical college in North America. Located in Portland, Oregon, the graduate programs in naturopathic medicine, classical Chinese medicine, integrative medicine research, global health and nutrition, blend ancient healing wisdom with modern science in challenging curricula.

Please join us to learn more about their programs even if you’re not on the meal plan and lunch will be on us.

 

Tutor Grad School Panel

Tuesday, October 7, 11:30-1:00, Hodson Room, Mellon

Join tutors who have recently completed their graduate school programs and hear what they have to say about the process.  They have many insights to share! Lunch will be provided.

 

Pepperdine Public Policy Program

Wednesday, October15, 11:30 – 1:00, Private Dining Room

A representative from Pepperdine’s Public Policy Program will be on campus to let you know more about the program.

 

Peace Corps Information Session with a Recent Peace Corps Volunteer

Friday, October 17, 11:45 - 1:00, Conversation Room

Launch your international career with the Peace Corps. Come chat with recruiter and returned volunteer, Julia Marsh (Mozambique 2009-2012) about opportunities to live, learn, and work with a community overseas. She can also tell you about Peace Corps' new, shorter, simpler application and choice-based assignment selection process.  Lunch will be provided.

 

Junior Networking Lunch with Alumni—Juniors Only!

Saturday, October 18, 12:00, Hodson House Conference Room

Enjoy a catered lunch and meet local Alumni and Friends, and begin the conversation of life after St. John’s. Please RSVP by October 16 to Kathleen Cady at Kathleen.cady@sjc.edu.

 

Notre Dame’s Graduate ESTEEM Program

Monday, October 20, 3:45, Hodson Room

Join a current student of Notre Dame’s 11-month entrepreneurship program—ESTEEM. This program allows students to learn not only about startups in general but specifically about the commercialization of innovative science, engineering, and technology discoveries and innovations. The master of science degree trains students with a science, engineering, or mathematics background in the practical business tools they need for successful launches.

 

Teach for America Virtual Information Session

Tuesday, October 21, 3:45, Hodson Room

Join us in the Hodson Room to hear more about the Teach for America program.

 

Hodson Internship Information Session

Wednesday, October 22, 2:45, Conversation Room

Students interested in applying for summer Hodson internships in all career fields are encouraged to attend. With an internship you can expand your skills, explore talents, and learn about the realities of fields in which you think you might like to work. Come to the forum to find out more about the Hodson Internship Program. Handbooks with all of the application materials will be available. The stipend for a full-time internship is $4,000.

 

CAPA Information Session

Thursday, October 23, 4:00, Mellon Room 106

Learn about opportunities in international education. CAPA Global Cities Programs are in Beijing, Brussels, Buenos Aires, Florence, Istanbul, London, and Sydney.

 

Lunch with Visiting Board of Visitors & Governors

Friday, October 24, 11:45, FSK Lobby

Join members of the Board of Visitors and Governors while they’re on their lunch break. Please RSVP to Kathleen Cady at Kathleen.cady@sjc.edu by Wednesday, October 24.

 

Marchutz School Information Session

Tuesday, October 28, 4:00, Hodson Room

Join tutor Patricia Locke for information about the Marchutz School, located in Aix-en-Provence, France. The Marchutz School, a studio art program, takes a holistic and interdisciplinary approach to art education.

 

Supreme Court Tour & Georgetown Law School Visit with an Alumni Reception

Wednesday, October 29, Leave Campus at 2:30!

St. John’s students have been invited (spots are limited) to tour the Supreme Court.   This very special event will be followed by a reception at Georgetown Law School, arranged by Matthew Calise A00 and will feature local alumni attorneys in a networking setting. Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP to Kathleen Cady at Kathleen.cady@sjc.edu by Monday, October 27.