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Dean of Student Affairs, Center for Civic Engagement, Career Development Office, and Bard–St. Stephen's Alumni/ae Association present
Bard Works is designed as a mentor-based, career-oriented professional development program for juniors and seniors to prepare them for work after Bard. Specifically, Bard Works will provide participants with the tools, strategies and networking opportunities to hone their job search skills, and prepare them for success in the workplace. Working with alumni, parents and mentors, participants will explore how to convert their Bard experience in the liberal arts to a job after college. Meet alums in interesting careers, attend a networking reception in NYC and get assigned a mentor.
Bard Works will utilize a conference-style series of workshops, panels, small group discussions and individual counseling sessions that focus on getting a job, acquiring general career skills and strategies, plus networking and life skills in all fields of interest. Online registration at http://bardworks.bard.edu/.
$150 registration fee should be paid to Bard College and sent to Associate Director/Bard Center for Civic Engagement at 30 Campus Road, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504.
Time: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Location: Campus Center, Multipurpose Room