The Career Center wishes everyone an exciting, swingin’ and safe time at the Gatsby Birthday Ball this year!
Check The Elm next week for an in-depth article on the Career Fair, including handy tips and advice from students who have gone in the past.
…Were a great success! Thanks to all who attended, and special thanks to all the employers who traveled many miles to be here.
Make sure to join our students who will be participating in the career fairs this semester! Each fair will yield opportunities for internships/jobs, learn about various work experiences and meet representatives from many companies nationwide.
February 9: Johns Hopkins (9.00-3.00)
Check out the Johns Hopkins facebook page for more info here http://www.facebook.com/events/142129779236504/?ref=nf
February 18: Maryland Career Consortium (MCC)
Represent WAC alongside colleges and universities such as Notre Dame, Goucher, Johns Hopkins, Towson, Mount St. Mary’s, Stevenson, and University of Baltimore. Visit http://asp.symplicity.com/mdcareerfair/ for more info.
March 21: Washington College’s Career Fair
At our Career Fair you will have a chance to do everything mentioned above, and then some. Our graduates have gone to work for such notable companies as Aon Hewitt, Bank of America, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Coca-Cola, ESPN, IBM, Morgan Stanley, NASA, Under Armour, US State Department and many, many more. If there are any doubts or questions about what you will be doing in the future, this is the place for you. And even if you’re set on a job or internship, this is a great time to meet people and make connections. Expect an article in the paper on this soon!
March 29: Towson Job Fair
Another great fair to experience! Check Towson’s calendar for more info.
We have a ton of great events lined up this semester!
Be sure to check The Elm for articles about us, or if you’d like, just stop by for an appointment, anytime.
Check Jobs, by George! for more info and how to apply
Make sure to check out next week’s issue of The Elm for an article written by our very own Alex Wilson.
Be on the lookout for a possible monthly installment about Career Center events!
The Career Center would like to bring to attention six alumni who recently accomplished great things!
-Jim Schelberg (‘12) founded an amazing program called “Partners In Philosophy” which teaches inmates about humanities such as art, philosophy and history.
-Anna Chay, Kelsey Kemp, Ken Searles and Trey Weitzel received the Golden Goose on behalf of the class of ‘10 for their efforts in contributing to The Washington Fund.
-Rebecca Corbin Loree (‘00) received the third annual Alumni Horizon Ribbon Award.
Congratulations and keep up the good work!