Posts tagged with “Workshops” (All posts)

  • Urban Field School Ethnography & the Urban Experience: Millennials, Youth Crime, and Work in the Inner CityANT 295 (3W1) with Urban Ethnographer Professor Ric Curtis John Jay College’s Urban Field…

  • Career Kickstarter

    14 December 2015

    Career Kickstarter: A Workshop Seminar

    –Two sections offered:

    Section A: Wednesdays @ 3:10-4:30 for 4 weeks: Jan. 6, Jan. 13, Jan. 20, Jan. 27


    Section B: Thursdays @ 3:10-4:30 for 4 weeks: Jan. 7, Jan. 14, Jan. 21, and Jan. 28


    Seniors, apply to be a part of the 4-week career seminar that will help you figure out what you want to do after graduation and know how to get it. We’ll cover topics such as how to:

    • understand your strengths and interests
    • search for jobs
    • network
    • write cover letters and resumes
    • interview

    …everything you need to know to land a job.

    Applications due MON., JAN. 4 @ NOON on the Tunnel. Space is limited.


    Application materials include: (in one document)

    PAGE ONE: an information sheet listing your: first name, last name, class year, cell phone number, email address, AND which section time you’re applying to;

    PAGE TWO: a list of 3-5 goals (full sentences) for what you hope to get out of this seminar;

    PAGE THREE: write a reflection about you and your career development up until this point (350 words max)

    Upload this document via the “Documents” tab on the blue menu bar – add new, select resume (application document).

    Then search for “Kickstarter” again and select your resume by clicking apply.


    -Senior status (class of 2016)
    -Extremely uncertain about future plans and feeling behind in terms of career development and planning
    -Excellent initiative and follow through
    -Desire to focus on own career development and planning
    -MUST commit to all 4 sessions
    -Those seniors who have never been into the Career Center are most encouraged to apply.

  • Human Rights Undergraduate Research Workshop

    6 October 2015

    The Center for Human Rights and Social Justice at Illinois Wesleyan University is pleases to announce that it will be sponsoring its 4th annual Human Rights Undergraduate Research Workshop on February 26-27th 2016.  this year’s theme is Inequality and Inequity, with an emphasis on the economic, social and political aspects of those issues.  This two-day event will gather undergraduate students from liberal arts institiutions to present their independent research related to this theme.  In the spirit of the workshop setting, presentations will be informal and there will be ample room for dialogue among all participants.  Faculty mentors are also encouraged to attend.

    In order to be considered for participation in the workshop, interested students should submit a 500 word abstract summarizing their research project and obtain a letter of support from a faculty member at their home institution.   Please submit abstracts and letters to  Irv Epstein,, by December 1, 2015.

  • Career Kickstarter is a a 4-week workshop seminar series for seniors who are seeking a job post-graduation. In the seminar we review various job searching skills, to help with a job search now and in the future.


  • Students are encouraged to apply for the Greenpeace Semester, an environmental training program for young adults who are driven to make real, positive change in their communities and on their…

  • Students are recommended to apply for New Era Colorado’s Democracy Fellows program, which is a 10-week summer leadership seminar. Running from June 5th to August 7th, 2013, this program trains…