Career Module Series 1 - Exploring your Interests
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Learn how to assess yourself and explore how to turn your unique strengths, interests, personality, values, and priorities into a career direction. Session Three - Informational Interviews: Reviewing your best fit jobs and learning more about your favorite fields through informational interviewing. If you are a senior and interested in this pilot program, contact Margaret Krantz at 812.866.7127.
The Washington Center Presentation
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Tara Lavelle with The Washington Center will be on campus to tell students about living, learning, and interning in our nation's capitol, all while earning a 4 full semester credits! As the seat of American government, Washington, D.C. is a natural setting for you to study politics. It also offers you opportunities in media, the arts, education, business, science, international affairs, and much more. TWC will help you develop a program that includes: * A 4 day-per-week entry-level internship in your area of interest,earning 2 academic credits, * A related academic course, * Developing a portfolio documenting and summarizing your experience, * Breakfast meetings with dignitaries, members of the press and of Congress, * Lectures by distinguished leaders, and * Tours and topical discussion opportunities. Let us know you'll be there by calling 812.866.7127 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.