Linking Humanities to Careers was a highly successful event in which URI Alumn who majored in the Humanities came to network with current Humanities students and give them advice on everything from why they majored in the Humanties to how they turned that major into a career. For clips of the event, please see our media gallery!
Workshop: “Maximizing Networking Opportunities”
Gear up for our “Linking Humanities to Careers” Panel with this workshop, specifically designed to fill you in on the ins and outs of networking. Once you attend this workshop, you’ll have the skills and confidence to make the most of this fantastic networking panel and really connect with the professionals who studied in the Humanities!Date: Thursday, October 9, 2014
Time: 12 noon to 1 PM
Location: Roosevelt Hall, Great Room
RSVP: Student – Log onto RhodyNet https://uri-csm.symplicity.com/students/
and go under “Workshops”
Faculty – email email@example.com
Networking Panel: “Linking Humanities to Career”
Professionals who studied the Humanities will share information about their career choices, how they prepared for life after college, and how their major in the Humanities has helped them achieve their career goals. They will also offer tips on choosing a career, gaining practical experience, and the rewards and challenges of a career in the Humanities. This is a great interactive opportunity for students to ask any and all questions about career options – and to grab some free food at the same time! Immediately following the panel discussion, plan to stay for refreshments and networking with our alumni.
Space is limited!
RSVP: Student – Log onto RhodyNet https://uri-csm.symplicity.com/students/ and go under “Workshops”
Faculty/Professionals – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Time: 4 to 6 PM
Location: Pharmacy Building, Room 170 (Auditorium)
Moderator: Cheryl Foster
Panelists: Michael Derderian, Marisa O’Gara, John Kurzawa, and Rissa Koritzinsky. Get to know them here!
Can’t attend: Go to http://web.uri.edu/pharmacy/?p=21535 and view the live video stream of the presentation. Follow the event on Twitter under #Careers4Humanities and tweet @URI_Humanities for your questions to be answered by the pros!
Sponsored by the URI Center for the Humanities.