This week brings the All-Campus Career and Internship Fair, a dialogue on engaging in productive conversation on important topics, Comedians In Your Kitchen, a debate watch party and more.
Tuesday, Oct. 13
5:30 p.m. Zoom
Attention all pre-law Buffs: Join this talk with Sophia Sim, associate dean of admissions and financial aid at George Washington Law, to gain valuable insight from her experiences. Even if you are not a law student but are interested in law, this is a great event to attend.
7 p.m. Zoom
Join the Center for Student Involvement and Tracy’s Place for a virtual guided paint class. All supplies are included and can be picked up on campus. This month we are painting sea turtles. Even a beginner painter will be able to create a piece of art they can be proud of!
Wednesday, Oct. 14
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Virtual event Register on Handshake
Employers will be recruiting majors including accounting, banking, consulting, government, human services, management, retail, sales, communications and more! RSVP for the event in Handshake.
3 p.m. Zoom
Master’s and doctoral students: Join Career Services to learn about beginning your industry job search. Topics in this seminar series include finding job postings, drafting a résumé and writing a cover letter; how to network and ask for professional references; and how to interview and negotiate to land that industry job.
5–6:30 p.m. Virtual event
Join this virtual dialogue to learn and practice engaging in productive conversation on important topics with people in your life. Register here.
5:30 p.m. Zoom
Season up your evening by joining Comedians In Your Kitchen and learn to make Swedish meatballs and egg noodles! No matter your culinary experience, join seasoned chef and veteran comedian Mackinnon Beaton, comedian Sam Bear and your fellow students for a fun-filled night of learning new recipes and techniques!
Thursday, Oct. 15
3 p.m. Zoom
Learn the best tips and tricks on how to find an internship from Career Services. Get help with your résumé, how to describe your professional experience and more.
5–6 p.m. Zoom
With this webinar series, community leaders share strategies and ideas that advance climate action, food security, social justice and sustainability locally. Learn about community approaches and leadership, as well as core concepts in sustainability and social justice. This week’s topic will be on the circular economy with Rosie Briggs of EcoCycle.
7–8:30 p.m. Zoom
Join the Center for Student Involvement to watch the second presidential debate together on Zoom, discuss the topics the candidates are addressing and play debate bingo as we listen to the event.
Friday, Oct. 16
Test your detective capabilities during this virtual scavenger hunt!