Virtual Events

 
The University Career Center will not be holding any in-person events for the remainder of the semester. We are delivering the content from these events in a variety of ways.
 

Closing the Gap: Transcending the Gender Wage Gap (Video Panel) 
 

Visit this page to watch our 2018 Closing the Gap panel discussion and keynote address on salary negotiation and closing the wage gap.

 

Health Careers Expo (Video Content being added regularly)
 

This event may have been postponed, but we know there’s lots of information you were hoping to gain! We’ve put together multiple video presentations that will help you navigate your pre-health experience! Content will be added here throughout the month of April. 

 

Beyond KU: Social Justice (Video Panel)
 

Interested in learning more about a career in Social Justice? Our panelists will discus what a job in the field of Social Justice is like. Panelists include the Mayor of Lawrence, Director of the Kansas ACLU, and many more. Check out the 2019-2020 event here as well as our past Beyond KU events.

 

Bachelor’s in Science: Investigating Careers (Video Panel)
 

Not all careers in science require graduate education. These videos highlight KU alumni who have exciting careers with an undergraduate degree in science.
 

Virtual Summer Camp
 

Camp will be held every Wednesday in June. Undergraduates will meet from 10a-11a and recent grads will meet from 3-4p. We encourage you to attend each session, but you may attend individual sessions. You will be emailed the meeting ID and password prior to the start of camp. Register for camp here (RSVP is required) and be ready to have the time of your life.

June 3: Resume Writing

June 10: Job Searching & Networking

June 17: Interviewing 

June 24: Your Questions Answered


Events, Workshops, & Info Sessions

 
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