Click HERE for the PowerPoint presented at this event.
The recently expanded Humanities@Work program connects CWRU humanities students with corporate, government, nonprofit, and other partners through community discussions, networking events, and paid career opportunities (internship, practicum, etc.) . These exciting opportunities will be shared at this first Humanities@Work event of the semester.
As well, Sylvia Marrero, Assistant Director for Student Outreach at the CWRU Career Center, will provide a general overview for creating effective resumes and will discuss other important aspects of career planning for Humanities majors. This workshop is scheduled to allow students to prepare for the February 13th Career Fair and for the first round of Humanities@Work internship opportunities which will begin in summer, 2017.
Lunch with be served.