Making a Living Making a Difference

Upcoming Events

The Cohen Career Center has several exciting opportunities coming up for students who are interested in a career that makes a difference.


  1. Making a Living Making a Difference Symposium - April 2nd
  2. CIA Simulations, Diversity Information Session, and One-on-one Advising Sessions - April 4th and 5th

Making a Living Making a Difference Symposium - April 2nd

Registration for the annual Making a Living Making a Difference Symposium is now open! Check out the information page on the Career Center's website for the schedule, who will be speaking during each session, speaker bios, and the link to the registration page.


Sessions Include:

  • Intelligence Careers
  • Environmental Careers
  • Social Justice Careers
  • Health Careers
  • Museum Careers
  • Government Careers
  • Law Careers
  • International Careers
  • Advocacy Careers


Information page: http://bit.ly/1Mjg1wd

Registration page: http://bit.ly/1Zkql9p

CIA Simulations, Diversity Information Session, and One-on-one Advising Sessions

The CIA will be on campus on April 4th and 5th to meet with students interested in working for the agency. You have several opportunities to meet with agency representatives.


CIA Simulations will take place on April 4th and 5th. Ever wondered what it is like to be an intelligence analyst? Attend ONE of these realistic simulations hosted and moderated by C.I.A. analysts. You will be presented with a 'typical' security issue and challenged to react appropriately, while a steady stream of new 'facts' come in throughout the session. *These simulations are restricted to U.S. citizens only!* Space is extremely limited; please RSVP only if you are serious about participating.

RSVP for April 4th: http://bit.ly/21vfAAC

RSVP for April 5th: http://bit.ly/1QjHXf1


Diversifying the Central Intelligence Agency's Workforce (U.S. Citizens only) Information Session on April 4th: It is absolutely mission critical for the C.I.A. to have a broadly diverse work force bringing a wide variety of perspectives and insights in order to adequately protect the U.S. and its interests. Come learn about the initiatives and support the Agency provides to staff across all ethnicities, races, abilities and orientations. *Limited to U.S. citizens only.*

RSVP: http://bit.ly/1nOpiRi


One-on-one Advising Sessions on April 5th: Schedule a one-on-one advising session here at the Cohen Career Center with a CIA Recruiter. This is for current students only with a serious interest in working for the CIA. Due to the nature of this job, the sessions are only for U.S. citizens. Please note, this is not a job interview.

Sign up: http://bit.ly/1WqzQC1