Career Options

Cultures of Work: Japan

Anchita Khullar – April 12th, 2018

If you are interested in working aborad, come hear Mr. Tasuya Hasegawa, a 2nd year Darden student discuss his experience in the Japanese banking sector April 16th at 4:30PM in the Language Commons! This is a great opportunity to learn about the Japanese work and business culture. There will be a short presentation followed by time for an open Q&A as well as free snacks!

COMM 1100: Understanding the World of Business

Anchita Khullar – April 11th, 2018

Looking for classes to take next fall? Consider Comm 1100! This class is perfect for students from a variety of majors intereted in developing a better understanding of basic business disciplines (finance, strategy, marketing, accounting) and exploring careers in business. The format of this course will be a mix of lecture, led by Professor Kemp and industry professionals, and case activities facilitated by real companies. This is a great opportunity to get your hands dirty with business before deciding to pursue it further or before you go into an internship or job.

Eli Lilly on Grounds

Christie Julien – March 23rd, 2018

Representatives from Eli Lilly and Company will be on grounds on April 4th to discuss careers in the pharmaceutical industry for chemistry, biology, and engineering majors.

 

Wednesday, April 4

6:30 – 7:30 PM

Location: Gilmer 141

 

Please join us for this informal information session to learn about Lilly and our employment opportunities in Manufacturing and Quality.

What Comes After Graduation: African-American and African Studies Alumni Panel

Halley Trinh – March 22nd, 2018

Come network with alumni from the African-American and African Studies program! Find out what awesome career paths AA/AS alums have taken and get information and contacts for your own career search. AA/AS majors and minors are particularly invited and encouraged to attend! Open to all students, not just African American/African Studies Majors! Check out Handshake for more details! Below are the brief descriptions of our panelists:

Real Talk with PSG Alum Schuyler Miller

Bhakti Raval – March 19th, 2018
Growing up with my father in the military, I was fortunate to live in diverse communities and befriend people from different backgrounds. In each place I lived, across America and overseas, I witnessed a common thread: public servants worked tirelessly alongside communities to support individuals, families, and broader associations.
Schuyler Miller

Welcome back from spring break! Many of the Real Talk Series blogs in the past have covered specific avenues you can take to grasp the financial viability of working in the PSG field. For example, taking up an extra job at the beginning of your career to make ends meet, reaping the extra benefits that come with a government job, or be patient as you work your way up the ladder. Today, let's hear from a PSG alum who encourages students to embrace the essence of being a public servant and revel in the positive impact a public servant can have! 

The Fisk-Vanderbilt Bridge Program: A Great Opportunity for Graduate-Level Studies

Tyler Macaluso – March 1st, 2018

Are you passionate about a career in the physical or biomedical sciences, but need additional coursework, training, or research experience before beginning PhD-level work? Really want to pursue a graduate degree in a STEM field but need finical help or guidance on the required actions and qualifications to qualify for such a degree?  The Fisk-Vanderbilt Master's to PhD Bridge Program can fulfill all of these questions, concerns and more!

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