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Career Exploration and Job Search Strategies for First Generation/Low-Income Students (Registration Deadline)

Feb 15

Monday, February 15, 2021 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

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Career Exploration and Job Search Strategies for International Students

Are you curious to learn about the job search process as a first generation/low-income student and the variety of careers people pursue after undergraduate or graduate school? If you would like some guidance on how to explore your career options with the support of a small group then please join us for this 5-week series! Trained advisers will guide you through the career exploration and job search process and help to connect your skills, interests and values to a wide range of occupations then make decisions. You will also learn how to effectively connect with alumni and other professionals to build a strong career community. These are lifelong skills you will need time and again, not just for your next job search. This series is intended to be exploratory and most appropriate for those who plan to graduate in December 2021 or later. It is open to people from all disciplines who plan on pursuing any type of career path, inside or outside of academia. **Participants should commit to attending all meetings: once a week for 5 weeks with some homework in between meetings. Meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 3-4pm -February 17, February 24, March 3, March 10, March 17. Registration deadline is Monday, February 15. To register, visit CareerConnections (click More Event Information below).

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Career Center
career-student@studentaffairs.duke.edu