Liberal Arts Career Week helps prepare students for professional success

Kirsten Schlorff
January 21, 2021

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — College of the Liberal Arts students seeking to gain a thorough understanding of post-graduation possibilities, hone their professional skills and network with employers should participate in virtual Liberal Arts Career Week events, held Jan. 25 to 29 and hosted by the Career Enrichment Network.

In its fifth year and first year being held virtually, Liberal Arts Career Week is bringing back top workshops, as well as incorporating new opportunities for an enjoyable, enlightening and eye-opening week of career development.

Some of this year’s virtual event highlights include sessions to network with employers and alumni, and workshops to learn more about career paths for liberal arts majors, remote recruiting processes, graduate school, gap year and mentoring. Students can also connect with recruiters from Centre Helps, City Year, Community Services Group, Deloitte, Ferguson, GEICO, Kohl’s, Pennsylvania State Police, POLITICO, Target and Teach For America.

Check out the full list of 2021 Liberal Arts Career Week events below or on the Liberal Arts Career Week website. In addition to Liberal Arts Career Week, the Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network virtually hosts various events throughout the year and provides an array of resources for Liberal Arts majors, most of which are made easily available through Nittany Lion Careers.

Monday, Jan. 25

Tuesday, Jan. 26

Wednesday, Jan. 27

Thursday, Jan. 28

Friday, Jan. 29

 

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Last Updated January 28, 2021