Social Science Career News

The UGA Career Center - Spring 2016- March 18

Greetings, From Your Career Consultant!

Happy Mid Semester, everyone!


We are so close to the finish line, so don't give up now! Check out the opportunities below to engage, including the Summer Employment Fair and more.

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In This Report

  • Spring Drop-In Hours [Cancellations]
  • Walk-In Hours
  • Upcoming Events
  • Job, Career, & Graduate School Opportunities
Meet With Brittany

Schedule an appointment with me by calling 706-542-3375. I can help with resume writing, personal statements, cover letters, job search strategies, and more! Or, join me at Drop In hours (no appointment necessary)!

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*Dates Subject To Change*

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Career Center Walk-In Hours

Career Center Computer Lab
Monday-Friday (unless otherwise indicated)
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Brittany typically hosts Friday walk-Ins.

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Other Upcoming Events

OMGraduation

Tuesday, March 22
5-6:30 p.m.

MLC 150


Summer Employment Fair

Wednesday, March 23
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Tate Grand Hall

More info here.


Maximize Your Internship and Launch Your Career

Tuesday, March 29
6-7:30 p.m.

MLC 148


Social Media and the Job Search

Wednesday, March 30
4-5 p.m.

MLC 148

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GET ARCH READY!

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Brittany's Bio

Brittany joined the University of Georgia Career Center team in July 2015 as the Social Science Career Consultant. Before coming to Georgia, Brittany obtained her B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Hampshire College and holds Master's degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in Sociology of Education. She has previously served in Student Affairs capacities in higher education, namely Student Activities and Residence Life. Brittany is currently pursuing her PhD in College Student Affairs Administration (Counseling and Student Personnel Services) at the University of Georgia. When not resolving student career concerns and studying, you can find her glued to an episode of The West Wing, Bones, or Grey's Anatomy. She is delighted to serve Social Science students in Franklin.