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Department Overview

Workshops, Events and Office Programs Calendar - Fall 2021

Self Awareness

Diverse Careers for Economics Students 

  • Date: Friday, 9/17 [4:30-6pm]  Location: Virtual

  • Considering majoring in economics or wondering what direction your major can take you? Econ alumni will share their paths.

SEEKERS: Career + Life Design 

  • Date: Postponed to Fall Break. See Handshake for Details.  ​Location: Parrish 135

  • Human Centered Design for getting more out of College + Career

Design your life intensive

  • Date: Wednesday-Friday, 10/13-15 [10am-2pm]  Location: Parrish 135 (lunch provided)

  • Explore your values, interests, skills and personality; learn the ways you'll use this self knowledge to make career decisions.

  • Register in Handshake

Career Exploration

Swatworks micro-internships

  • ​​​​​10-40 hour, short-term, paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns

  • Apply through Handshake

alumni council office hours

  • Date: TBD  Location: TBD

  • Talk with alumni and parents who represent a wide variety of career fields; learn about career options of interest to you. 

  • Workshop to polish your networking skills in preparation for the event - Friday, 10/4  12:30pm at Parrish 159   

  • Register in Handshake

Tri-co diversity career expo: inclusion at work

  • Date: Thursday, 9/30 [11am-3pm]  Location: Virtual

  •  Come learn and engage with employers dedicated to hiring and developing a diverse workforce.

Gaining Experience

Project Management 101 Aesop Virtual Learning

  • Date: Sunday, 9/19 [10am-1:30pm]  Location: Virtual

  • Whether you are seeking a fast-track to managerial roles or planning to lead a project, product, or program early-on, project management is a different discipline than developing technical skills.

  • Register in Handshake

Keys to Internship Success Seminar: COVID Edition 

  • Date: Wednesday, 9/22 [12:30-1:10pm]  Location: Virtual

  • Fall break is a great time to apply for summer internships but the pandemic has affected internships. Learn how.

Summer Opportunities Fair 

  • Date: Tuesday, 10/29 [12-1:30pm]  Location: Scheuer Room

  • Learn about campus resources, deadlines and funding for summer internships, research, service or other opportunities.

Dapper Dining - Professional Etiquette at the Table 

  • Date: Friday, 1/28 [6-8pm]  Location: TBD

  • Polish dining etiquette and networking skills through this interactive 3-course dinner.

Launch Your Career Path

LAUNCH Recruiting Consortium

  • Application Deadline: 9/29  Virtual Interviews: 10/15

  • Interview day for Jobs & Internships with various employers

Getting Into Grad School w/ Don Asher (Tri-co)

  • Date: Wednesday, 10/6 [4:30pm]  Location: Virtual

  • Essay Writing Assistance: Wednesday, 10/6 [6pm] (virtual)

  • Acceptance strategies for highly selective grad programs and one-on-one admission essay writing assistance.

BioLink DC

  • Date: Monday, 11/15

  • Application Deadline: 10/15

  • Interview day for Biomed, Biotech, and Data Science jobs and internships in the DC Metropolitan area.

Tri-Co and STEM Recruiting Day

  • Date: Monday, 1/24, 2022  Location: Haverford College

  • Application Deadline: 1/12

  • Interview day for jobs and internships in the Greater Philadelphia area and in STEM industries

LAUNCH PART 2

DC IMPACTlink

  • Date: TBD  Location: Washington DC

  • Interview day for jobs and internships in the DC Metro area

  • Government, Public Policy, Global Development, Think-Tanks, Media, Environmental, and Healthcare employers

Government, education and non-profit career fair

  • Date: Friday, 2/18, 2022  Location: Georgetown or Virtual​​​​

  • Career fair featuring non-profit and government employers in DC.

 

Highlighted Events

diversity career expo

 

This virtual networking opportunity allows students to ask questions of representatives at respected organizations and learn about their diversity programs, recruiting initiatives, and potential positions. Students from all majors are welcome to attend.

 

This virtual networking opportunity allows students to ask questions of representatives at respected organizations and learn about their diversity programs, recruiting initiatives, and potential positions. Students from all majors are welcome to attend.

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