Gonzaga University is hosting career development events in Silicon Valley on March 15th and San Francisco on March 16th, 2018, that are focused on helping your student find a job or internship, and make important networking contacts with Gonzaga alumni and friends. Treks are career development and networking programs that create opportunities for students to
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By: Career & Professional Development Treks are career development and networking programs that create opportunities for students to connect with alumni and employers in key metropolitan areas across the country. As part of treks, students interact with partner organizations during corporate excursions, career fairs and networking socials. Read more here to get a glimpse
By: Career and Professional Development When it comes to identifying what to teach students in order to prepare for their futures beyond Gonzaga, there are many important skills that quickly come to mind. We train students on how to prepare their resumes, where to find jobs, who to network with, and much more, yet there
By: Career and Professional Development Question: “Why do you want an internship?” Answers: “Well, I heard it will look good on a resume.” “It will give me a chance to practice what I’ve learned in class. You know, to see what it’s like on a job in the real world.” “I heard you can’t get
By: Career & Professional Development Registration opens November 4 for the 2017 Portland and Seattle Treks. Held in January, just before the start of the spring semester, these two annual events bring students, alumni and employers together for a full day of discovery and networking. This year, students can register for either or both directly
By: Career & Professional Development And that means great opportunities for ANY Zag to engage in professional growth and development. Whether this is your Zag’s first or last year on campus, October’s Career Month is designed to equip students. Asking questions and exploring possibilities helps make decisions. Holding conversation kindles understanding and relationships.
By: Christine Ryman “Why should an incoming, first-year student even THINK about a first-time visit to Gonzaga Career and Professional Development?” “Isn’t this Center just for Juniors or Seniors getting ready to graduate and look for jobs?” No! In fact, CPD has created a Four-Year Program for professional growth and development with approachable goals and
By Anne McNicholl Career & Professional Development A San Diego family has fallen for the charm of Spokane as Anne McNicholl is a proud mother of two Gonzaga students. Danamarie, a junior Broadcast and Electronic Media major, just returned from her time abroad in Madrid. Collin, a freshman, followed in his sisters’ footsteps and is enjoying his first year. You can find
By: Danamarie McNichol-Carter, Career Center As you walk in the main floor of College Hall it’s hard to miss the photo wall full of smiling Trustees and Regents that support our Gonzaga Community. On April 8 your students had the opportunity see those smiles come to life in a Networking and Career Development event with some
By: Danamarie McNicholl-Carter, Career Center My name is Danamarie McNicholl-Carter. I am a sophomore at Gonzaga University and the current Employer Outreach and Communications Intern at the Career Center & GAMP. Part of my job description entails making sure your student knows about the invaluable career development opportunities hosted by the Career Center each year.