The Career Center Spring 2011 Programs & Events

In partnership with

Wells Fargo Finance Prep Workshop for Liberal Arts Majors
Thur, Jan 20, 6-7pm, White Hall 205
Are you a non-Finance major in the College who is interested in
applying for fnance internships or full-time positions? This is a
workshop you can’t afford to miss! Learn from recruiters at Wells
Fargo how to prepare for and answer common questions.

“Out at Work” LGBT Career Panel, sponsored by Macy’s
Wed, Jan 26, 6:30-8 pm, Goizueta Business School Rm W525
are welcome to join LGBT Emory alumni from various
felds and professions for a discussion on being out in the work place.
Presented by Macy’s. Dinner provided. Contact for
more information. Cosponsored by The Career Center.

Artist Survival Skills: Resumes, Cover Letters & Networking
Thur, Jan 27, 3:30-5 pm, Ginden Arts Commons, Schwartz
Designed to help Art History, Visual Arts, Theater Studies, Creative
Writing, Film, Dance & Music majors learn how to write resumes
and cover letters relating to their feld of work in the arts. *Open to
students from other majors who are pursuing a career in the arts.


Law School Applications 101 Series
All workshops: 5:30-6:30 pm, The Career Center – B. Jones
Applying to law school? Learn solid strategies for success in the
law school application process. Designed for juniors and seniors
applying in Fall 2011. Choose one date for each of the following:
Application Orientation – Mon, Feb 7 OR Tues, Feb 8
Personal Statements – Mon, Feb 14 OR Tues, Feb 15
Letters of Recommendation – Mon, Feb 21 OR Tues, Feb 22
How I Found My Internship
Wed, Feb 9, 7-8pm, Harland Cinema, DUC
A panel of your peers from a variety of internships will discuss the
ways they obtained their positions, what they learned, and how they
plan to use the experience to better prepare for their professional
futures. Sponsored by Second-Year Experience (SYE). Open to ALL
years and majors.

Industry Focus Nights: Careers in Sports
Wed, Feb 23, 6-7:30 pm, Winship Ballroom, DUC
Calling all sports enthusiasts! Hear from a panel of professionals
in a variety of sports careers, followed by one-on-one networking.

Healthcare Careers Networking Night
Thur, Feb 24, 7-8:30 pm, Winship Ballroom, DUC
Wondering what your career options are in the feld of Healthcare?
Enjoy an evening of casual networking and refreshments as you
mingle with professionals from across the healthcare spectrum.
Please arrive by 6:45pm to register.

Spring 2011 Programs & Events
International Careers Networking Night
Mon, Feb 28, 7-8:30 pm, Miller-Ward Alumni House
Open to undergrad and grad students wanting to learn about career
paths in the international arena, whether domestic or overseas.
Sponsored by The Career Center, CIPA, SYE and EAA.


Careers in Arts & Entertainment Networking Night
Wed, Mar 2, 7-8:30 pm, Winship Ballroom, DUC
Connect with recent alums and other professionals who have pursued
careers in the Arts and Entertainment sectors! Meet actors, dancers,
musicians, visual artists, arts administrators, flm and television
professionals and more! Get valuable advice and learn how they got
their start. Open to all students, all majors.

For Liberal Arts Majors (Class of 2012):

Preparing for a Corporate Job Search
Thur, Mar 17, 6-7pm, White Hall
Believe it or not, now is the time to begin preparing for a career in
corporate America! This workshop is focused on getting Emory
College Juniors ready for the 2011-2012 job search, including tips for
summer and events pertinent to senior success.

Grad School Application Overview
Tues, Mar 22, 6-7 pm, The Career Center – B. Jones Center
Planning to apply to grad school next fall? Maximize your application
success with these seminars on the components of the application
process! Designed for juniors applying in Fall 2011.

Industry Focus Nights: Publishing & Creative Writing
Thur, Mar 24, Time and location TBD.
Join us and learn about different careers in the Publishing industry
from an Emory alum! For more information, contact beth.white@

Nonprofit Networking Night
Wed, Mar 30, 7-8:30 pm, Cox Hall Ballroom
Learn about career paths in the Nonproft sector and make valuable
contacts for your job or internship search, as well as summer volunteer
or gap year options. An evening of casual networking and refreshments
with Emory alums and outside professionals. Open to undergrads and
grad students from all majors.

GACE College-To-Career Fair
Tues, Apr 12, Time TBD, Cobb Galleria
The Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers (GACE) hosts this
annual career fair that draws employers from a variety of nonproft,
corporate, and governmental organizations.

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