Seniors, we have a gift for you!
Seniors can pick up their SJMC coffee mug from Shari Tenney in Mer. 118.
Internship workshop on April 30
How do you maximize your internship experience to further your career? Come hear from a panel of pros and students who’ll talk up networking, journaling, building your portfolio, professional demeanor and much more.
Making the Most of Your Summer Internship
Monday, April 30 at 6 p.m. in Mer. 101
Register for prizes
Welcome and kick off by Andy Fales of WHO-TV. What’s bugging Andy about internships? Come find out!
Weekly academic help offered
Academic Achievement Seminars will be held every Wednesday, Feb. 28-May 2, 6-7 p.m. in Cowles Library, 201. Get individualized attention to help build the skills for academic success.
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