Social Science Career News
The UGA Career Center - Spring 2016- Feb. 18
Greetings, From Your Career Consultant!
Happy Middle of the Month, Everyone!
I'm really struggling to find some good openers for this newsletter but will simply note this: There are a ton of great events and jobs open right now, so please keep scrolling for more information and use DawgLink!
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)!
*Dates Subject To Change*
CAREER ADVICE FROM UGA ALUMNI IN BUSINESS
Date: February 23, 2016
Time: 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm
Location: Virtual Venue (Online)
Students and Alumni, you're invited to a UGA Virtual Networking Hour, Career Advice from Business Alumni. This event is exclusively for UGA students and alumni!
Students, get connected to alumni in various business fields to find out how to make the most of your college experience, prepare for interviews, and land that dream job! You can chat with up to six alumni in an hour period, all online!
Alumni, connect with students pursuing degrees in business! Share your wisdom and expertise, scope out new talent, and encourage the next generation of professionals. We have provided three areas of focus for discussion, including: how to advance in your career, how to prepare for an interview, and how to stand out in the job search. However, feel free to share any additional insights you have!
To learn more about how virtual networking events work, click here!
To register, click here!
Get Arch Ready
The following programs may be of interest to you and are a snippet of the series:
- Writing Personal Statements
- What to do with a Gap Year (or Two)
- 10 Ways to Market Your Liberal Arts Degree
*The Arch Ready series is open to all students, class years, and majors*
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.