Graduate School Explained – Tues. 1/28, 4pm–5:30pm – Castle Laura Minerva Korman Mirror Room
Dr. Don Martin, published author, shares strategies for getting into graduate school. Learn about personal statements & how to research and gain admission into programs. Dr. Martin’s book Grad School Road Map will be raffled off at the event for pre-registered attendees. Option to purchase Dr. Martin’s book for $10 at the event. (Snow Date: Jan. 29) RSVP in Handshake (highly encouraged).
Marketing your Study Abroad: Express Advising – Mon.-Thurs. 2/10-13 – Knight Hall, Suite 100
Visit OCE to learn how to enhance your résumé with your study abroad experience. No appointment needed. Drop-in from 12pm–5pm with your draft résumé!
WIRED: Philly – hosted by Campus Philly – Tues. 2/11 – The Franklin Institute (222 S. 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA)
There's never been a better time to launch your career in Philly. At Campus Philly’s annual career event for science and technology majors (and everyone in between!) you're guaranteed to make connections with some of the region's top STEM employers, and learn about the innovative opportunities available to students and recent graduates like you. Click here for more information.
Hangout with faculty in history, political science and international studies and OCE staff to work on your e3 Career Action Plan, resume or get started with a job or internship search.
Lunch N Learn: Do You Want to Be a Lawyer? – Fri. 2/28, 12pm-1pm – Commons Mtg Rooms 2-3
Attorneys from Arcadia’s Office of General Counsel will share their advice and journeys into the field of law and help students learn more about the legal profession. Lunch provided. RSVP in Handshake required. (Snow Date: Mar. 6)
Practice Interviews with the Experts – Tues.-Thurs. 3/3-5 – Knight Hall, Suite 100
Deadline to sign up is February 25th. Learn what an interview is like by practicing with a professional. Select “Jobs > On-Campus Interviews” in Handshake to sign-up for your timeslot. (Snow Dates: Apr. 7-9)
Pioneer Series: Jane Oates '83 – Tues. 3/3, 7pm – Great Room, Commons
The Pioneers Series is an annual event highlighting successful career journeys that have been driven by a commitment to values and a desire to change. Alumni Jane Oates '83 will offer insights on the changing workforce and stories from her professional journey throughout national education policy reform and the nonprofit space. Hosted by the Arcadia Honors Program and the Office of Career Education. For more information and to RSVP, visit arcadia.edu/PioneerSeries.
Fun Til One: Downloads for Donuts – Thurs. 3/5, 12pm-1pm – Commons First Floor Lounge
Download Handshake, grab a Dunkin’ Donut and register for Arcadia’s Internship & Career Fair.
Launch your future and find a new gig through this virtual internship fair. All you have to do is create an account at www.campusphilly.org/launch and start searching. Launch site members will receive exclusive tips leading up to the week to learn how to snag that dream job or internship.
Shop for professional attire from affordable resale boutique Twelve 23 dedicated to supporting local and national charities.
2020 Internship & Career Fair – Wed. 3/25, 12pm-3pm – Kuch Gym
Sponsored by: American Paradigm Schools, International SOS, Play & Learn, Proscribe, CED Greentech, and MassMutual Greater Philadelphia - This is the largest recruiting event held on campus! Organizations provide information about internships, full-time jobs & graduate school. (Snow Date: April 1) RSVP in Handshake required.
Diversity & Inclusion Career Connection – Wed. 3/25, 3pm-4pm – Commons, Great Room
Sponsored by: Hatboro-Horsham School District, Loanability, and Sherwin-Williams Company - Employers in attendance will speak with you about the ways they hire for and support diversity & inclusion at their organizations. Enhance your networking skills, learn about diversity initiatives and programs, and discuss internship and job opportunities while enjoying warm beverages and desserts. RSVP in Handshake required. (Snow Date: April 1)
Connect and chat online with employers in the education sector through text-based online chats. Learn about full-time positions, internships, & volunteer opportunities. **Date-specific pre-registration is required: March 30
Social Impact Careers: HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES – Tues. 3/31, 12pm-3pm – Virtual Event
Connect and chat online with employers in the health & human services sector through text-based online chats. Learn about full-time positions, internships, & volunteer opportunities. **Date-specific pre-registration is required: March 31
Connect and chat online with employers in the government, military and NGO sectors through text-based online chats. Learn about full-time positions, internships, & volunteer opportunities. **Date-specific pre-registration is required: April 2
Connect and chat online with employers in the activist sector through text-based online chats. Learn about full-time positions, internships, & volunteer opportunities. **Date-specific pre-registration is required: April 3
Greater Philadelphia Teacher Job Fair – Wed. 4/1, 9am-3pm – Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, PA
Meet hundreds of education employers from across the country. Ticket cost is $5 when you pre-register or $10 at the door. Buy your ticket thru Mar. 31 in person at OCE - cash only! (Knight Hall, Suite 100) Learn more at www.dvec.net
Common Cents: How to Negotiate a Job Offer – Wed. 4/8, 4pm-5pm – Castle Rose and Laura Minerva Korman Mirror Rooms
What happens when your offer doesn't come with the compensation, benefits or title you were expecting? Don't worry, negotiation is an expected component of the recruiting and hiring process. Come to this session to learn practical tips to make your negotiations successful. RSVP in Handshake required. Chipotle dinner will be provided.
e3 Awards Celebration – Tues. 4/28, 5pm-6:30pm – President Nair’s House
This event will recognize students who have completed their e3 Career Action Plans and is by invitation only to e3 Certificate completers.