Graduate Student Internships for Career Exploration: Info Session (Parnassus)

Date: 
March 2, 2020
Time: 
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Place: 
Parnassus N-729

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Are you a Ph.D. candidate looking for hands-on experience in a career path outside of academic research? Would you like to learn how to identify, secure, and succeed in an internship or experiential learning opportunity? If so, the GSICE (Graduate Student Internships for Career Exploration) program may be for you. Join us to learn more over lunch.

Overview of the GSICE Course

The GSICE Course takes place during the Spring 2020 quarter, and will prepare you for interviews, orient you for your future internship, and equip you career development skills that will be useful after graduation. We'll tell you how the course works and what you can expect to learn.

Overview of GSICE Internships and Experiential Learning

The goal of the GSICE internship is to provide students with hands-on experience outside of research academia. We'll share information about how internships work, where students find them, and what to expect.

Q&A

Take a look at the GSICE website and bring all your questions -- we'll be happy to answer them!

Please note:

Lunch will be provided, so registration is required

Presenters:

Bill Lindstaedt, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Career Advancement, International and Postdoctoral Services 

Linda Louie, Program Director for Career Exploration, Experiential Learning, and Employer Engagement

Date: 
March 2, 2020

 

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