Invitation to Career Planning Dinners
From Lee Huntsman, President Emeritus
Matt O’Donnell, Dean Emeritus, College of Engineering
Application for Graduate Students/Post-Docs Actively Exploring Career Options
We invite you to apply for participation in a series of four career discussion dinners for people actively exploring career options. Speakers will describe the key events or experiences that helped launch their careers and how they took advantage of opportunities when they arose. We will explore a wide range of career paths during these dinners that allow participants to actively gain greater awareness of career options that fit their individual and unique interests. There will be significant time allocated for questions and discussion with each speaker.
Since advanced degrees provide a deep foundation for subject matter competency, the career discussions will focus on the other ingredients of professional success that are common to most professional disciplines. The 45 selected participants will come from various departments throughout the university.
We anticipate that participants will increase their confidence about vigorously pursuing the next step in their careers and develop a sharper eye for creating their own path.
If you would like to be part of the four dinners (once per academic quarter over the next 12 months), please send the completed application to Rick Baugh, Ph.D. at email@example.com by Monday, May 18. If you have any questions, please contact Gordy Anderson at 206-714-5590 or Rick Baugh at 206-285-1932.