Monday, October 5th, 2015
Life After Bucknell: LinkedIn 2.0
Seniors, Join us for part 2 of our 3-part LinkedIn series.
Seniors, Join us for part 2 of our 3-part LinkedIn series.
We highlight a few Peer Picks that we think you’ll find particularly interesting every week. Follow tweets on @HireABison to get more updates on what’s happening on the Bridge.
Learn more about the Engineering and Technical Career and Internship Connection (ETCIC) that Bucknell is a part of.
Seniors, You’re invited to Wine, Dine & Act Fine on Tuesday, September 29, 2015 from 5:30PM-8:30PM. Part of our Life After Bucknell Series.
2015 Nemnet PHILADELPHIA Diversity Career Fairs for Educators
NYU Summer Publishing Institute (SPI) Online Info Session: The New York University Center for Publishing will be offering an upcoming online information session about its Summer Publishing Institute on November 19th at 5:30-7pm EST. RSVP. The Summer Publishing Institute immerses students in an intense, six-week study of book, magazine, and digital publishing. Now entering its 37th year, the program combines workshops, strategy sessions, and presentations by some of the leading figures in publishing. Our faculty members and speakers introduce students to the editorial, marketing, creative, business, sales, and digital aspects of the industry. The program also places a large emphasis on using […]
Jim Nevels ’74 will be speaking on campus on November 17th at 7:30 pm at the inaugural Phi Beta Kappa lecture. He will be speaking about how he has leveraged his liberal arts education to become successful in his professional endeavors.
Open to seniors and juniors of all majors. This is a great opportunity to visit one of America’s fastest-growing companies, and one of the world’s premier technology companies dedicated to innovation
9/16: Free & healthy dinner!
A Bucknell sous chef will guide you in preparing a healthy and delicious taco dinner. Learn basic knife skills like chopping, dicing, and peeling to make salsas and guacamole. We’ll provide additional toppings and fillings for a full meal! Limit 50 students. Off campus housing credit available.
Emily Hochman ’14 is here to tell you a little bit about 2 new workshops in the Life After Bucknell series: With warm weather approaching and graduation just around the corner, what better way to gear up for a healthy summer body and post-grad lifestyle than attending the CDC’s Be Well After Bucknell series?! The Be Well After Bucknell series will host two sessions, providing advice for staying healthy, fit, and happy after graduation. The first session, “Healthcare Options,” will teach students how to choose the right healthcare plan and how to locate the right doctor when moving to a […]
Did you know that 25% of your salary after graduation will go to taxes? Or that you should always have at least 3-6 months of your income in savings? Or that a good credit score is necessary to secure a lower interest rate on your first car? With pizza and a packed room, my friends and I were relieved to be learning these essential facts during February’s Money Savvy series. Professor Curtis, Professor Guthrie, and Professor Mastrolia, from the School of Management, presented on taxes, budgeting, insurance, managing credit, debt, and mutual funds to over 70 students each session. As […]
Seniors, join us for our continuing LinkedIn Series as part of Life After Bucknell. – Friday, January 17 at Noon – LinkedIn 1.0: The Basics Learn the basics of building your brand, setting up your LinkedIn profile, and beginning to build your network to land that next internship or job. Lunch provided. And look for the next workshops in this series: – Wednesday, February 12 at Noon – LinkedIn 2.0: Building Your Network This LinkedIn workshop will provide information on how to build your professional network. Presenters will discuss how to personalize messages to connect with individuals, and how to […]
The field of journalism is ever-changing and often at a rapid pace. Many writers are learning to adapt to new trends and technologies in the industry, in addition to different work settings. What is journalism like today? How can you utilize your writing talents to land a job post-graduation? Hear from Bucknell alumni who are veterans in the field, as well as those just entering, in “The Changing Face of Journalism” webinar on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at noon in VAUG 125 – Willard Smith Library. The event is free for all students and includes a full lunch. Speakers will include: Nicole […]
Have you ever dined at a formal affair, looked down at the table and wondered, Why are there so many forks?! Or, have you had trouble getting a conversation started at a professional networking event? Crystal L. Bailey, Director of the Etiquette Institute of Washington, will answer these questions and more at the ninth annual “Wine, Dine, & Act Fine” senior etiquette dinner on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. All guests in attendance, including senior students, Bucknell staff and faculty, alumni, and community members, will learn the basics of proper dining etiquette as well as how to place an order, share […]
Why wait until the real interview to prepare? Bucknell Parent Board members, from various industry professions, are offering 30 minute mock interviews and career advice to the Class of 2014 (Seniors) and Class of 2015 (Juniors) on Thursday, Sept 26th in the CDC. The deadline to apply is SUNDAY, Sept 15th at 11:59pm. Students in the Senior and Junior class, from all majors and career interests, are encouraged to sign up to take advantage of this event to prepare and practice for future internship and job interviews. The first 20 students to register on the BRIDGE will be matched with […]
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