Career Conversations

Advice and News from the Cohen Career Center

Welcome Back!

Hope you had a great winter break! Welcome back for the Spring semester. Cohen's got an exciting semester prepared. Career fairs, mock interviews, industry trips; there is something for everyone. This newsletter has an overview of upcoming events for the semester.


Don't forget to take advantage of appointments and quick-advising hours to help you with all you career needs!

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Deloitte Consulting Case Interviewing Workshop

Thursday, Jan. 21st, 6pm

Cohen Career Center: Presentation Room A&B

To RSVP please visit TribeCareers

University of Denver Publishing Institute

Monday, Jan. 25th, 5:30pm

Cohen Career Center: Presentation Room A&B

To RSVP please visit TribeCareers

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

Tuesday, Jan. 26th, 5pm

Cohen Career Center: Presentation Room A&B

Join alumnus John Anderson '14 to learn about Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts: opportunities for summer internships, part-time, and full-time opportunities.

To RSVP please visit TribeCareers

City of Norfolk

Wednesday, Jan. 27th, 3pm

Mason School of Business- Miller Hall

The City of Norfolk is hosting an informational session whereas two of the Deputy City Managers will discuss job opportunities within local government. With a number of positions available within public administration, finance, management, engineering, health sciences, etc. the City of Norfolk has numerous possibilities for students seeking employment out of college and/or internships.

To RSVP please visit TribeCareers

Spring Career Fair

Spring Career Fair- February 12, 2016 - 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm at Sadler Center, Tidewater A&B

55 employers are already confirmed to attend with more to come! Visit TribeCareers to see the most current list of Employers attending.

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Career Links of the Week

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Spring Workshop and Events Calendar

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Fun Fact

Randy Gardner is the holder of the scientifically documented record for the longest period a human has intentionally gone without sleep not using stimulants of any kind. In 1964, Gardner, a 17-year-old high school student in San Diego, California, stayed awake for 264.4 hours (11 days 24 minutes).

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