Whether you are a sophomore at Keene State College or a senior, you can begin to prepare for your career.
In addition to working hard on professional presentations in class, attend a career fair or create a website to promote yourself! Career fairs can feel overwhelming, but if you go to one now then you’ll be more prepared for another in the future.
It’s also never too early for college students to establish their professional identities online to open up possibilities for employment.
For more information or inspiration, check out the following career fair and website:
The presidential race has gotten off to an exciting start.
Forerunners such as Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Bernie Sanders have already visited Keene. Next up is a nationally-televised debate between the remaining Republican candidates for president.
Come to a presidential debate viewing party hosted by communication students!
- Wednesday, Oct. 28, 7:30 p.m., Mabel Brown Room in the Student Center
Enjoy food, drinks, intelligent conversation, and debate about politics at this event. Anyone can also join the discussion via Twitter: #KSCDEBATEWATCH
For more information, contact Dr. Amber Davisson.
Are you interested in going to graduate school, perhaps to distinguish yourself among job candidates?
Maybe you want to pursue an advanced degree in communication, philosophy, or a related field, to work in higher education, media, law, social services, or politics?
This week, the Office of Academic and Career Advising is sponsoring a Graduate School Fair that current undergraduate students at Keene State College who are interested in applying to graduate school should attend:
- Thursday, October 8, 1 to 3 p.m., Centennial Hall in the Alumni Center
For more information, such as to see the list of colleges and universities that will have admissions counselors at the fair, visit: KSC Grad School Fair- Fall 2015