Every student asks himself or herself the question: “what am I going to do after college?” Lucky for those at Christendom, the college’s career office is making that process even easier, with the Crusader Career Day networking fair coming to campus this weekend. Students will have the chance to hear keynote talks from alumni in a variety of fields, network with others, and kick start their vocation discernment process.
From 1-5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 11, students will hear keynote talks from alumni in the fields of sales, business management, politics, IT engineering and management, and education in the college’s St. Kilian’s Cafe. In between talks, students will be able to mingle with them and other alumni who are present in the Student Center, creating valuable connections they can utilize later.
The college’s career office, headed by new director Matthew Marcolini, has been proactive in helping students prepare for life after college since the start of the fall semester. Marcolini’s extensive credentials on Capitol Hill and in film, including working on “The Giver” and “Silence,” have already opened many new doors for students — after only two months on the job. His on-campus efforts, from “Life on Tap” networking events to “Workshop Wednesdays,” which help students learn valuable job skills, have boosted students’ knowledge and their networking skills, with the upcoming Career Day set to accomplish both goals.
If interested in learning more about career services at Christendom, contact Matthew Marcolini at firstname.lastname@example.org.