Open to ALL Students!

  • Meet recruiters and make valuable contacts for the future
  • Learn about the culture, structure and opportunities in different organizations and careers
  • Hear what a typical day on the job entails (hours, responsibilities, work environment, tools)
  • Discover which skills you'll need for each position and how employers will help you develop professionally
  • Ask questions, such as what they seek in a resume and how you should prepare for interviews

RSVP BY VISITING THIS LINK: REQUIRED by NOON the day before the event.

*When you RSVP, we notify our guest speakers of your intent so they plan accordingly. Upon registering for an info session, you will receive an email from with a cancellation link.  If you find later on that you are unable to attend, be sure to use this link to cancel your RSVP.

*Recommended Student Attire: Business Casual

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

EPIC April 2 at 7pm in Haldeman 041

Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding job? Interested in healthcare? How about technology? Then Epic is the place for you! Seniors are encouraged to attend, but all years are welcome! What: Epic is a leading healthcare software company in Madison, WI that is revolutionizing the way patients receive care. We are seeking bright, talented, and motivated individuals from all majors to join our team and make a difference. Come to this informal information session and hear Molly Khalil '12* talk about the company and her experience transitioning from Dartmouth to Epic. Why: Here at Epic, you have the chance improve patient care and lives. Don't you want to do something Epic? (*Molly graduated in 2012 with a bachelors in Psychology. She was captain of the varsity softball team and a member of Tri Delta sorority.)

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

CITY YEAR April 3 at 7pm in Carson L01

Interested in helping youth, but not committed to teaching yet? Not sure what you want to do after graduation? Looking for a rewarding gap year opportunity? City Year is an organization that puts talented young adults in under resourced schools to mentor and tutor students with the goal of getting and keeping students on track to graduate high school. With one year of your life, you could drastically change the lives of young students. For more information, join us for an informal info session to learn more and see why you should apply!

Thursday, April 4, 2013

PEACE CORPS April 4 at 7pm in Carson L02

Peace Corps service is the opportunity of a lifetime and offers two years of international development experience immediately upon graduation. The application process takes 9 - 12 months from the day you apply to your date of departure; so NOW is the time to start preparing! Stop by the Peace Corps Info Session at Dartmouth  to learn about Volunteer experiences from a local Recruiter and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, have your questions answered, and gain tips to guide you through the application process. Learn about current sustainable development project opportunities in the field. We are working in emerging and essential areas such as sustainable agriculture and microfinance, and contributing to the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Imagine where Peace Corps service can take you and your career!

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