Wed 2/17: Spring 2010 Career Fair

Spring 2010 Career Fair
Wednesday Feb. 17, 2010
4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Wheelock Student Center, Marshall Hall

What is the purpose of the Career Fair?
There is no substitute for an old-fashioned handshake. The Career Fair provides an opportunity for Puget Sound students and recent alumni to meet employers face-to-face, and make contacts for the purpose of exploring career options and inquiring about available jobs and internships.

What types of opportunities are available?
Because every job is part of your career path, the Career Fair brings to campus employers with a variety of opportunities. Part-time, full-time, and seasonal jobs and internships are all available.

Who should attend?
Whether it’s your first or your final year on campus, and regardless of your major, you can benefit from attending the Career Fair!

More info: http://www.pugetsound.edu/about/offices–services/ces/career-events/career-fair/#How

Insterested in teaching?

This message is from Shirley Skeel:

Are you thinking about becoming a teacher? The School of Education will present a discussion on “A Career in Education? Practitioners Talk about What Life in Schools is Really Like” at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 9 in Trimble Forum. 

 Three teachers will speak about their experiences teaching in a variety of settings. This will be followed by what promises to be a lively and informative discussion. Food will be served. All campus members are welcome to attend. The event is presented by the Teaching and Counseling Professions Advisory Committee.

ASK Night: Alumni Sharing Knowledge

An invitation from Kris Hay at the Carreer and Employment Services:

Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) Night 2009
Thursday, Nov. 5: drop by anytime between 7:00 and 8:30 p.m.
Wheelock Rotunda 

Light snacks provided.

ASK Night is an opportunity for students to:

  • Make contacts/network with alumni professionals in a wide variety of careers
  • Connect with and seek advice from alumni
  • Hear about what others have done with their Puget Sound education

About ASK Night   •   List of participants   •   Networking tips

Peer Writing Advisor Positions at the Writing Center

The Peer Writing Advisor positions are open to students with at least a 3.3 G.P.A. who will be enrolled at the University of Puget Sound during the 2009-10 school year. Preference will be given to students who will be juniors and seniors during the next academic year. The application deadline is March 6th, 2009. For more information and application instructions, check out the following page: http://www.ups.edu/x14337.xml