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Do Something that Counts: Exploring Careers with a Bachelor's Degree and Networking Event

Hear from previous students about the internships, jobs, research and involvement that prepared them for life after graduation, and the job that they have with their CBS bachelor's degree. Learn about the strategies and approaches you can take to gain the experience you need for your next step, and stick around to network with our panelists!

Details:
Tuesday, April 3, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Location: Masonic Cancer Research Building 450
Pre-registration is encouraged: z.umn.edu/cbsdosomething

Explore Dental Careers Open House

The University of Minnesota School of Dentistry is hosting an open house event for prospective students who are looking to learn more about careers in dentistry! The event will include hands-on activities, information sessions, and the opportunity to connect with current students, faculty and staff in our dental hygiene (BSDH), dental therapy (BSDH/MDT), and dentistry (DDS) programs. Lunch will be provided.

Details:
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018, 12:00-5:00 p.m.
Moos Tower: 515 Delaware St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
12:00-5:00 p.m.

A Beak to Nose Experience

For most, seeing a raptor is a rarity. For Gail Buhl, it’s just another day on the job.

Gail Buhl

The University of Minnesota Raptor Center treated a record 1,085 raptors in 2017 alone, so it’s no surprise that as the Center’s Education Program Manager, Gail Buhl (B.S. Biology ‘97) has seen a lot of birds.

Research and Career Coaching Drop In

Have a quick question? Drop-ins are ideal for resume and cover letter reviews, quick questions about finding a research opportunity, directed research, or your ongoing research experiences, career exploration, internships, job search strategies, graduate school, and Career Services.

Stop by CBS Student Services to speak with a member of the career coaching staff.  This is also a great way to get your last minute questions answered about the University of Minnesota Job and Internship Fair!

Event details

Fulbright Fair

Undergraduate juniors, seniors, and graduate students can find out more about opportunities to spend a year abroad doing research, teaching English, or earning a Master's degree with a Fulbright Scholarship at this information session on Thursday, March 27. At the fair, students will hear from former Fulbrighters and find out about campus resources and the application process.

Patents, People, & Pizza

Attend a lunchtime information session on the University of Minnesota Law School's Patent Law Program and how patents can be used as tools in a variety of fields on Monday, March 26. 

Details:
Date: Monday, March 26, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Location: Mondale Hall, Room 65.

RSVP and learm more.

APARC Career Connections: AAPI Peace Corps Experience

The Asian Pacific American Resource Center is hosting an information session with UMN Peace Corps Campus Representative Katie Page on March 27. Lunch will be provided and all students are welcome.

Details:
Date: Tuesday, March 27, 12- 1 p.m.
Location: APARC - Appleby Hall 311

Learn more about the Peace Corps here or register for the event here.

Career Talk With International Alumni

As part of International Careers for International Student Month, join Minnesota International Student Association (MISA) for an informal career networking session with international alumni on Thursday, March 29. The event's format will be round-table style with conversations around topics such as job searching and interviewing, the American work culture, graduate school experience and more. 

Details:
Date: Thursday, March 29 
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Location: Bruininks 330

Navigating the U as a CBS Student of Color Discussion

The purpose of this conversation is to provide a safe space for students to share their stories and to learn from their peers about the resources and practices that have helped them successfully navigate campus, with the goal of supporting each other in their day to day experiences.

Students will have the flexibility to decide if they would like to continue as a peer support group and/or what other action steps they would like to pursue after the first meeting.