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Amanda Netzel

Author: Amanda Netzel

Millipore Sigma Careers in Science Info Session

January 28, 3:10 – 4:10 p.m., Steitz 202

Join Jay Morrell ’17 and Jaremy Cobble ’95, Sr. Chemist as they give a general presentation about Millipore Sigma and discuss entry level career opportunities within their organization. Millipore Sigma aims to solve the toughest problems in life science by collaborating with the global scientific community and accelerate access to better health for people everywhere.

Workforce Career and Internship Fair – February 19

This unique job and internship fair, sponsored by the Wisconsin Private College Consortium (WIPCCC), is designed for students attending one of Wisconsin’s private colleges or universities.  Nearly 200 career recruiting professionals will be there seeking college students just like you!

Don’t miss this great opportunity to network and meet with employers 1:1. Transportation will be provided by the LU CLC.  See Handshake for more details.

Silicon Valley Trek – Deadline to Apply February 1

For the fourth year in a row, David Eddy ’81 and Chiao-Yu Tuan ’14 have graciously offered to provide an insider’s view into Silicon Valley through a trek that takes place this year over spring break (March 18-22). Selected students will fly into San Francisco on Monday, March 18 and engage in visits to various organizations Tuesday through Thursday. Students will depart San Francisco on Friday, March 22. Visits will include Facebook, Google and Airbnb among other networking stops and events yet to be determined.

To be considered for participation in this trek, please submit a cover letter describing why you are interested in the experience and why you should be considered. Please submit a current resume in addition to your cover letter and submit both directly to Handshake by Friday, February 1 at 5 p.m. Applicants will be chosen and notified promptly after the deadline. If you need assistance with your resume or cover letter, please make an appointment with an advisor in the CLC.

MLK Jr. Day of Service – Monday, January 21, 2019

MLK, Jr. Day of Service at Lawrence University is an annual event that invites the entire Lawrence community to continue honoring the ideas of Dr. King and the civil rights movements that continue to this day.  Students, staff and faculty will honor the continuance of the efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr through learning, serving, and celebrating.

A variety of both on-campus and off-campus opportunities are available to students, staff, and faculty.  Each activity is a student led initiative that benefits the community and helps Lawrentians solidify the value of learning as you serve. Select from a number of options, any of which will benefit a variety of agencies in the Appleton area.

Register for all events by Thursday, January 17th.

MLK Jr. Day of Service – Monday, January 21, 2019

MLK, Jr. Day of Service at Lawrence University is an annual event that invites the entire Lawrence community to continue honoring the ideas of Dr. King and the civil rights movements that continue to this day.  Students, staff and faculty will honor the continuance of the efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr through learning, serving, and celebrating.

A variety of both on-campus and off-campus opportunities are available to students, staff, and faculty.  Each activity is a student led initiative that benefits the community and helps Lawrentians solidify the value of learning as you serve. Select from a number of options, any of which will benefit a variety of agencies in the Appleton area.

Register for all events by Thursday, January 17th.

Seniors-Only Doubleheader May 10th!

Join Career Services and the Cabinet for two Seniors-Only events on May 10th.  At 11:10, it’s “Insurance Insanity!” with Athletics Director Christyn Abaray.  She’ll lead an important discussion about the various types of insurance seniors will need to understand after they graduate, including health, life, auto and renters insurance. Refreshments provided!  Warch Campus Center.  Kraemer Conference Room.

Then at 5:30, join Cal Hussman, VP for Alumni and Development for “Advancing to Alumni”.  Seniors can celebrate becoming alumni and learn the many privileges that come with being Lawrence alumni!  Beer, wine and appetizers are included in this event and is only for those 21 and over.  Please be prepared to show proof of age.  Warch Campus Center. Mead Witter Room.

Register for Spotlight at the Pop Up Table!

May 8 (11-1pm) Warch Campus Center, Andrew Commons
During Spring Term, Career Services will be celebrating student achievements with Spotlight! We want to recognize students who have secured a summer internship, graduate school acceptance or full-time employment by celebrating their achievements. Stop by the table to register your achievements with Career Services and be highlighted through posters around campus and online.

Summer Internship Orientation

May 9 (6pm) Seely G. Mudd Room 214-ITC
Those who have secured summer internships are required to attend an orientation to gain support and resources for your upcoming summer experience! At the orientation we will discuss how to establish formal methods of feedback from your supervisor and on campus advisors; your internship goals, and how to articulate those goals with your employer to maximize your summer opportunity. Register by logging into LUworks, select “Career Events” and “Orientation” for the event category. Space is limited so sign up NOW for your preferred session.