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Sociology and Criminal Justice Career Expo

Talk with professionals and explore the range of volunteer, internship, and career opportunities in Sociology and Criminal Justice at the Career Expo. Open to all students. Food will be provided.

Government & Nonprofit Career Fair
Lots of internships and full-time career opportunities can be found with government and nonprofit employers! Check out the career fair October 20th at the University of Minnesota from 10 am to 3 pm.

Charting Your Career Path
Registration is open for this 4-part seminar series that focuses on major and career exploration. Our first session will be held October 19th, from 11:45 am to 1:15 pm in MHC 124. Registration is required. Contact Kristen Murphy (kristen.murphy@stthomas.edu) for more information.

Pre-Health 101
If you are thinking about a career in the health professions, but aren’t sure how to prepare, this is the workshop for you! Learn about various health care careers and start planning for your future. Tuesday, October 10th, 12 – 1 pm, MHC 205.

Other Seminars This Week (held in Murray-Herrick 124):

Resumes and Cover Letters That Stand Out – October 9th, 11:30 am
Effective Interviewing – October 11th, 1 pm

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Events This Month #USTCareerScoop

Could graduate school be in your future? Do you know about the steps in the application process? Join us this week for I Want to Go to Graduate School. Now What? to learn how to evaluate this important decision and to how to plan for it. October 5th at noon, MHC 124.

Government and Non-Profit Career Fair

There will never be a better time to learn as much about opportunities in government and/or the world of non-profits as there will be on Friday, October 20th at the U of M, from 10am to 3pm in Coffman Union. If you are interested in jobs or internships in government or a non-profit, this career fair is not to be missed!

Charting Your Career Path

This four-part series will focus on self-exploration for students who are searching for majors and/or career options that are a good fit for them. The series is designed to help you learn about yourself through career assessments and discussion around skills, values, interests, personality, decision making and goal setting. Sessions will be held over the convo hour on four consecutive Thursdays: October 19th – November 9th and will include an alumni panel discussion. Register today as space is limited.

On-Campus Interviews Continue 

Major corporations come to the Career Development Center each fall and spring to conduct interviews for summer internships, tax season accounting internships, and jobs for graduating seniors. Attending an Orientation is REQUIRED for all students interested in applying for On-Campus Interviews. An overview of On-Campus Interviewing procedures and preparation for interviews will be covered at this session.

OCI Orientation Sessions (held in MHC 124):
Wednesday, October 4th at 3:30 pm
Friday, October 6th at 11 am

Target Information Session

Thursday, October 5th at noon in MCH 100.

Other events can be found on the Career Development Center Seminars and Events page.

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Optum On Campus #USTCareerScoop

NOW is the time to think about summer 2018 and beyond. MANY opportunities are available to interview or meet with employers on campus. Read on for some terrific opportunities.

The first On-Campus Interviews of the year begin this week!  

There are currently more than 120 positions available. To participate you will need to attend an On-Campus Interviewing Orientation if you have not previously.

Optum on Campus This Week

The Consulting Development Program, formerly known as the Leadership Acceleration Program (LAP) is a tailored program for recent college graduates who are interested in developing a consulting career in the Health Care industry. Come learn about this opportunity this Thursday, September 28th from 5 to 6 pm in JRC LL01.

Get to Know SAM

The Student-Alumni Mentoring (SAM) program is a great resource for learning about careers and connecting with professionals. Alumni mentors provide career advice on networking, job searching, interviewing, balancing obligations and other life-skills to undergraduate students in all academic areas. Matches are assigned in October and the program continues throughout the academic year (although we believe the relationship can last a lifetime). Registration for the 2017-18 program year is currently available.

Seminars and Events this week: (all held in 124 MHC unless noted)