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Thursday, April 4th, 2019

Thinking About a Major in Accounting?

Tuesday, April 16 | 4 – 5 pm | ELC Forum Join alum and former Bucknell parent, Curt Cornwell ’86 to learn more about the many benefits of pursuing a major and career in Accounting. Curt is a partner at PwC.

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Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

Teach Me How to Dougie – Steps to Success

Not sure where to start in the career process? Make sure you check out our “Steps to Success Series” which are a series of workshops designed to help  you on your way and in the meantime…can you teach me how to dougie? Fall Workshops: Resumes for Engineers – Sept. 1 at Noon in Dana 117: Not just a general overview, at this workshop  we’ll spend time highlighting what employers look for on engineering resumes and go over how to highlight any research, technical tools or summer experience you may have Resume and Cover Letter 101 – Sept. 7 at 5 […]

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Friday, April 29th, 2011

Art History Majors – Pay Attention!

Always wonder what you can do with your major? Well…maybe you can become the next Queen of England! It’s the Royal Wedding day and you can bet that this office full of women was truly excited this morning, some more than others of course. As usual I just had to find a way to squeeze career advice in and here’s my advise: never let your major limit what you do! Kate and Prince William were both Art History majors and now will become new figureheads in a long line of obsolete royalty and they will, no doubt, have paintings commissioned […]

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Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Physics Alumni Career Panel – 2/28

DATE: February 28th TIME: 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. LOCATION: Traditional Reading Room, Bertrand Library The panel discussion will examine the career paths of this diverse group of Bucknell alumni. Come hear their advice and perspectives as they discuss their work and available opportunities.  The conversation will also include a question and answer period. The event is followed by a small networking receptio with hors d’oeurves, where attendees can connect with the alumni and their peers. Panelists: Marisa Conlon ’04 – Patent Examiner & Attorney, US Patent Office Justin Likar ’01 – Spacecraft Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin David Moschella ’84 – […]

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Monday, February 14th, 2011

2 Great Alumni Panels: Math and Political Science

Math major? Poli Sci? Not sure what you can do with it? Well now’s your chance to hear what alumni who shared your major are doing! Join us for two great alumni panels; Mathematics and Political Science alumni are returning to campus to speak about careers.  Each panelist will detail their own personal career paths, and share advice and insights.  This information will help current students understand opportunities that may be available to them in the future, and to visualize post-graduate possibilities.  There will be a small reception following each panel with hors d’oeurves, where attendees can connect with the […]

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Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Steps To Success Series

Not sure where to start in the career process? Make sure you check out our “Steps to Success Series” which are a series of workshops designed to help  you on your way. January Workshops: Resumes – Jan. 20 at Noon in Taylor 203:  You could leave this workshop with a resume in hand! Review resume basics while working at a computer to type up the framework for your resume or updating an existing resume Choosing A Major – Jan. 24 at 5:30 in ELC 217: This workshop is offered in the spring for sophomores who are Bachelor of Arts majors.  […]

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Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Student Perspective: What can I do with this major???

By Katrina Hefele ’13 “Hi parents, how are you doing today? Good? Good. Oh yeah that’s right, I did have to declare my major today. No, I’m not an engineer, I chose to follow my own path and not become an engineer just because you are one. Why are you yelling at me? There are so many things that I can do with this major! What can I do with it? OK, let me tell you…” Have you gone through this conversation before? Well, I have and let me tell you that I was extremely glad that I work at […]

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