The final Dinner with Friends program for the semester, hosted by Exceeding the Expectation, will feature guest speaker Carolyn Clark asking, “What Have You Overcome?” Clark, a Staten Island Advance Woman of Achievement, teaches music to students with special needs at the Richard H. Hungerford School and Eden II while dealing with her own disabilities. She has been using a wheelchair for almost 20 years and refuses to let that stop her. In addition to the guest speaker, Wagner students will tell their stories of overcoming disabilities. Pizza and snacks will be served, so RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure there’s enough for everyone!
Chicago Style Citation Workshop with Kath Ruggeri
Business Etiquette Dinner hosted by the Center for Academic and Career Engagement.
Finals are coming: Do you need help getting started with a new-to-you citation style—or maybe you would like to improve your existing skills? The Writing Center is offering free citation workshops and everyone is welcome!
Studying abroad was great, but did you know it can also help you land a job after college… and beyond?
Join IES Abroad’s Rachel Rice for this interactive session, where you will learn how to leverage your international experiences in the job market!
From resumes to interviews to networking, you’ll leave this session with some concrete tools to help you translate your time abroad to the working world.
Bring a copy of your current resume, if possible.