Are you a student who wants to make an impact on the world and change lives? Attend this workshop to start planning for a career with environmental and social impact. RSVP via OPCD's new Handshake event calendar. Spaces are limited. This event is co-presented by the Office of Personal and Career Development and the Office of Sustainability. Click here to download a flyer.
Are you a student looking for an internship or job that is dedicated to social impact? Do you want to bring a social and/or environmental lens to a traditional employment role? If you answered yes (or maybe) to either of these questions, then this workshop is for you. Join OPCD and the Office ofSustainability for this [...]
Part two of the Social Impact Careers Workshop will be held Tuesday, January 15th, 2014 at 5:00PM. In part two, students will learn how to “pitch” passions and skills to a potential employer. Additionally, attendees will learn about how to take advantage of the upcoming Job & Internship Fair, on-campus opportunities for gaining social impact experience, [...]
EcoReps participate in Think Green Thursday Twenty-seven undergraduate students from diverse disciplines attended the first-ever Social Impact Career Workshop, co-sponsored by the Office of Personal & Career Development, Service & Social Action, My Journey, and the Office of Sustainability. Part one of a three-part series, the workshop received overwhelmingly positive feedback through student evaluations. [...]
Are you interested in making an impact on the world and changing lives? Not quite sure what that looks like translated into a potential career? This workshop will help you answer the following: 1. About what social issue in the world am I most passionate? 2. What skills or experiences do I bring to the table [...]
Looking for a position, fellowship or internship in sustainability? The Office of Personal and Career Development (OPCD) is a great resource for current students. Anytime we receive notice of an open position related to sustainability, we forward the posting to OPCD. Their friendly staff adds it to Deacon Source so that all students can access the [...]