Application deadline: Wednesday, April 19 | Treks: Late Summer | Open to Current Undergraduate First-year Students, Sophomores and Juniors Want to learn more about career paths in marketing; media; government, law & policy; film & television; or startups & technology? Join Northwestern Career Advancement for Career Treks to New York City, Washington D.C., Los Angeles or San Francisco. Get an insider’s perspective on what it’s like to work at some of the top employers in these industries while connecting with Northwestern alumni and industry professionals. Learn more + Apply: http://bit.ly/ncacareertrek
In collaboration with the Quest Scholars Network and Student Enrichment Services, Money Matters Week is back! Started in 2014, Money Matters Week was created to encourage authentic discussions and shed light around the topic of identity, class, and income at Northwestern. Money Matters kicks-off next week on Monday, April 3rd. The week is filled with exciting programming for any student, staff, or faculty member interested in digging deep into the low-income and/or first-generation experience. For full details, please visit the Money Matters page on our website. Students, Staff, and Faculty are welcome to attend all events.
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Toni Jensen (Métis; English/University of Arkansas)March 31, 2017 4:00 pm University Hall #201 Toni Jensen is author of the short story collection From the Hilltop, published through the Native Storiers Series at the University of Nebraska Press. She will present a fiction reading and discussion about pipelines, fracking, and violence against Indigenous women. Free and open to the public. For the full lineup of Debt Dialogues, go to humanities.northwestern.edu/events
Are you looking for an internship this summer or fall? Let GESI help! The fall deadline has been extended to April 1! We place students in international internships with community-based organizations in Africa, Latin America and India. You’ll be working on issues you care about alongside local people – we have placements available in areas such as global health, social enterprise, education, environmental sustainability, income generation, sustainable technology, and more! Here are the GESI basics- What: The Global Engagement Studies Institute (GESI), offered by the Buffett Institute for Global Studies at Northwestern University Who: Any undergraduate or recent graduate seeking hands-on field experience with comprehensive academic preparation. Where: Fall –
- The site in Guatemala has particular strengths in social enterprise and economic development
- Interns in India often work on projects related to health, women’s empowerment, and income generation
- In Kenya, there are numerous opportunities in environment, sustainable agriculture, and education
- Two (summer) or four (fall) Northwestern course credits for coursework focused on international development
- Meaningful cultural immersionthrough homestays
- On-the-ground professionalexperience
- An opportunity to help spark change by working with and learning from community members on the ground
- Lifelong friendshipswith passionate students from around the country, and with development partners around the world
Arts Administration Career Trek Tuesday, Apr. 4 | 1-4 p.m. | Downtown Chicago Want to learn more about organizations and career paths in arts administration? Sign up to participate in NCA’s music-focused Arts Administration Career! Get an insider’s perspective from Northwestern alumni on what it’s like to work in arts administration at the Lyric Opera and the Auditorium Theatre at Roosevelt University. For questions, please contact Laura Myers, email@example.com. Learn more + RSVP to workshops in CareerCat (Events > Workshops) >>
2017 Summer Internship Grant Program: Apply to fund an unpaid summer internship SIGP provides a $3000 stipend for Northwestern undergraduate students (enrolled at least through fall 2017) participating in unpaid internships this summer and offers career development support from Northwestern Career Advancement. Students do not need to have an internship secured before applying and previous SIGP recipients can reapply. Apply by Tuesday, April 4, 2017. RSVP to a March information session in CareerCat > Events > Info Sessions, labeled “Northwestern Career Advancement”: http://www.northwestern.edu/careers/job-intern-prep/resources/careercat/index.html Who is eligible? Current Northwestern full-time degree-seeking undergraduate students who will be: -Enrolled through at least fall quarter of the following academic year in one of the following schools/colleges: Bienen, McCormick, Medill, School of Communication, SESP or Weinberg -Pursuing a summer experience in a traditionally unpaid field or role -Receiving 0.25 or less credit -Not receiving any money from the employer or other grants/awards from Northwestern -Securing a summer experience by May 30 (must meet the required 250 hours of work and have a supervisor) -Please note: Previous SIGP recipients CAN reapply Learn more about SIGP and apply: http://www.northwestern.edu/sigp/
Edith Hall is Professor in the Classics Department and Centre for Hellenic Studies at King’s College London. Her specialty in putting pleasure into the history, literature, theatre, myth and philosophy of ancient Greece and Rome and their continuing impact in the modern world. She has published more than twenty books, broadcasts frequently on radio and television, works as consultant with professional theatres, lectures all over the world, and publishes widely in academic and mainstream journals and newspapers. Her lecture will bring a rigorous look at Aristophanes’ Knights into contact with our experiences of Donald Trump.
On Thursday, Feb. 23, Northwestern Career Advancement welcomes Victor Shao (WCAS ‘13), strategy and operations manager at DoorDash, to live Tweet about his workday as part of #TakeNUToWorkDay. Follow along on @JobsforCats any time between 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. CT as Victor gives us a behind the-scenes-look at what it’s like to work in operations for a startup. Students are welcome to ask questions about Victor’s career path using the hashtag #TakeNUToWorkDay or #TNU2WD.