studentDo you have questions about exploring career paths, finding jobs, or writing a resume? Starting on November 16, 2017, and continuing throughout the 2017–2018 academic year, the Career Center will offer convenient drop-in advising hours for graduate students. Come by 301 Sproul Hall on Thursday mornings between 10 am and noon and meet with Ph.D. Career Counselor Debra Behrens — no appointment needed!

The Career Center and the Graduate Division will also partner to offer two brown-bag information sessions on professional development planning this semester, on November 16 and December 7, from noon to 1 pm in 309 Sproul Hall.

Have you been wondering what you can do as an early-career graduate student to help your job search down the road? Feeling overwhelmed by job search questions right now and want support in making a plan? Bring your lunch and your questions. Debra Behrens and Linda Louie, Professional Development Resource Coordinator, will offer brief mini-workshops that introduce you to practical tools you can use right away. Following the presentations there will be plenty of time (and a supportive environment) to discuss your specific questions.

Drop-In Career Center Advising

Meet with Debra Behrens — no appointment necessary!

Thursdays, 10 am – noon
Starting Thursday, November 16, 2017
301 Sproul Hall

Brown-Bag Professional Development Info Sessions

Get a Jump Start on your Professional Development: Resources for Early-Career Ph.D. Students

Thursday, November 16, noon – 1 pm
309 Sproul Hall (Graduate Professional Development Center)

Job Search Strategies and Resources for Advanced Ph.D. Students

Thursday, December 7, noon – 1 pm
331 Sproul Hall

Contact Linda Louie, Professional Development Resource Coordinator, at [email protected] if you can’t attend the brown bag sessions but would like information about professional development resources.