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Please note that workshops are open to graduate College of Social Sciences and Humanities students only. 

 

CSSH PhD Career Panel – Wednesday, March 14th at 5:30pm

 

Please join us as we explore career possibilities for CSSH doctoral students and alumni!

Our panel consists of CSSH PhD alumni across a variety of disciplines, employers, and careers.  The discussion will include topics such as exploring the range of fields that align well with CSSH PhD training, narrowing in on your ideal career destinations, and executing the job search.  In addition, a demonstration of Imagine PhD will be provided.  There will also be ample time for you to connect and converse with the panelists.

Space is limited, registration is required, and refreshments will be served. This event will be held on Wednesday, March 14th, at 5:30 p.m. in Northeastern University’s Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Avenue.

Panelists:

Please RSVP by March 10th.

Workshop



Previous Workshops

 

Co-op Workshop for CSSH Masters Students 

We will be hosting an information session next month to familiarize our masters students with Co-op and what it has to offer.  We will also provide an update on Grad CSSH semester hour conversion. This event was held on January 11, 2018 at noon in 909 Renaissance Park.


Enhancing Your PhD Experience

How Fellowships, Research Assistantships and Post Docs can make your dissertation stronger and launch you to a better career.  Learn how to identify and apply for the right opportunities. Space is limited, registration required, food will be served. This event was held on Monday, April 3rd at 12 noon in 426 Renaissance Park.

Panelists:


Applying to Non-Academic Positions:  Know your Options! 

There is a wonderful world of job opportunities beyond the academy.  Our panel of experts from CSSH and Career Development will discuss topics such as exploring and executing a non-academic job search, timing your search, using a resume vs a CV, showcasing your breadth of skills, narrowing in on fields you are considering. Space is limited, registration required, food will be served. This event was held on Tuesday, April 11th at 4 p.m. in 909 Renaissance Park.

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