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Humanities@Work Calendar – Fall 2018


Register to attend one of the fall collaborative working lunches where you can talk through your vision for the future career and design an individualized plan for taking your next steps. The Humanities Meetups are offered by Lisa Grizez-Shullick, Assistant Director for Student Success, and Brian Clites, Associate Director of the Baker-Nord Center. Catered lunch is provided

Come as you are! At these meetups, which are designed specifically for our humanities students, Brian and Lisa will work with you no matter what stage of the process you’re at. Whether your goal is to negotiate your first salary or create your first resume, we’re here to help.

To register for the Fall 2018 Humanities Meetups, click on the date below, which will take you to the registration page within the CWRU Handshake portal:



Monday October 1, 2018
12:00 pm
Clark Hall Room 206
The luncheon is to celebrate students who recently completed great internships!  Come learn from the 2018 recipients of the Humanities@Work Summer Stipend program.  In this fun and relaxed conversation, you can find out more about how to find summer internships, how to consider both paid and unpaid job experiences, and more.  Lunch will be provided.





Friday, October 26, 2018
12:45 – 2:00 pm
Clark Hall Room 206
Please join CWRU alumnus Robert Koonce, Chief Development Officer of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland, in this informal conversation to discuss how the skills learned in a Classics undergraduate degree have played a role in his day-to-day work responsibilities and what  impact an appreciation for humanities degrees has made in his hiring decisions.





Wednesday, November 14, 2018
6:00 pm
Clark Hall Room 206
A panel of law professional will discuss how studying the humanities influenced their careers.  Dinner will be provided.

For the calendar of public events offered by The Baker-Nord Center, Click Here.





For the calendar of public events offered by the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, click HERE.

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