New Facebook group for career connections
We’ve created a new Facebook group (Drake SJMC Careers and Internship Group) to provide a space for career networking. This group is for Drake SJMC students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends and employers to discuss all matters relative to careers, jobs, internships and professional development. Please join in if you have, or are seeking, advice, trends, tips and positions to share, as well as networking opportunities.
Since our current environment is challenging us to do more online and open up more channels of communication, we hope this can be a place to connect and learn from each other!
If students have secured a summer job or internship, or are in the process of applying and interviewing for summer internships, they should be proactive in reaching out to the employer now and discussing any plans or changes for summer. Students who would like help or advice in navigating these conversations, please contact SJMC Internship Coordinator Carlyn Crowe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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