Friday night PANEL SESSION 
February 7 
7 p.m.

"That Was Your Major? How I Found a Different Path" - using your liberal arts education to pursue a different path 

PANEL SESSION # 1
Saturday, February 8
1:15 – 2:00 p.m.
Maximizing Your Summer

Careers in Communications

Business for the Benefit of Humanity

Finding your Niche in the Field of Education

Careers in Healthcare: More than just Doctors and Nurses

Resume Builders - Tips from Alumni Recruiters

The Ins and Outs of Graduate School Financing
Doing What You Love

PANEL SESSION #2
Saturday, February 8
2:20-3:05 p.m.

Finding Your Fit

The Possibilities of a Business Degree

What a degree in History or International Studies Can Do for You

Peace Corps/AmeriCorps: Postgraduate Alternatives That Serve Others

Money Management 101

Mingling for Success

Money Matters

PANEL SESSION #3
Saturday, February 8
3:25-4:10 p.m.
The Effect of Technology and Social Media on the Job Market

Going Global: What to do During Your GO Experience so you can sell it later

From Rhodes to Fulbright: Taking Your "Gap Year" After College

Beyond the Courtroom

Careers in the Natural Sciences

Soft Skills That Will Set You Apart

The Ins and Outs of Graduate School Financing

Get it 'Write': Creative Writing, English, Editing and Publishing



Skype Sessions

Monday, Feb. 3 - Conf. Room 3, Lower Level of Campus Center

Noon - Rhonda Bowen '81 (German), In Germany - Working Internationally

4 pm - Leah Wyar Romito '00 (Psychology), Cosmopolitan Magazine

6:05 pm Katherine Ford '13 (Theatre Production & Design), Attending Graduate School in Great Britain

6:35 pm Amanda Colton '06 (Religious Studies), Advice and life after graduation; adolescent therapist

7:15 p.m. Liz Beatty '11 (History Sec. Ed.) - Teach for America alum and charter school teacher in Arizona

8 p.m. Cassie Collier '09 (Business Economics) - Former Peace Corps; now studying public policy at Harvard

Tuesday, Feb. 4 - Conf. Room 3, Lower Level of Campus Center

8:00 pm - Meg Finley Flournoy '85 (Political Science, Spanish) - Duke University, Getting Your MBA

8:30 pm - Jamie Leamer Guilford '97 (English) - Career Counseling, employer relations and higher education in Colorado

Wednesday, Feb. 5

Noon  Denny Packard '71 (History) - Paris France- Shearer Weber Dining Room 3

6:30 pm Amy Lannen '02 (Psychology), Mayo Clinic in Fla. - Conf. 3, Lower Level Campus Center

8 pm - DC Regional Alumni Chapter - A Survival Guide for Post SU: Fake It Until You Make It - Ann Barrett Simonelli '06, Krista Lundberg '06, Melissa Miller Gilbert '07 and Maureen Acquino '10 - Conf. 3, Lower Level Campus Center

Thursday, Feb. 6 - Conf. 3, Lower Level Campus Center

6:30 pm Angela Dippold Beeson '07 (Earth & Envir Science) - Geochemist, living in Houston, etc.

7:15 pm Roxanne Ward '01 (Writing and Women & Gender Studies), Writing & English

8 pm Dex Smither '00 (Psychology, minor Legal Studies) - Theater, Computer Science, Entertainment. Executive Produce for Slingo

Feb. 7 - Conf. 3, Lower Level Campus Center

Noon (9 am Pacific time) Craig Housenick '98 (Comm. Theatre) - Lighting Director for The Voice


Alumni Lunches and Dinners

Fri., Feb. 7 at 12:30 pm - Liz Greenaway '09 (Communications-PR) Web Content Coordinator/Admissions eRecruiter - SWDR 3

Tues., Feb. 4 at 12:30 p.m. - Jackie Hepner Cvik '83 (Marketing) Owner of Shelf Tech

Sat., Feb. 8 at 12:00 p.m. - Jennifer Gamble Allebach '79 (History) Chief Volunteer and Program Officer for Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, a council of GSUSA - Pres. Dining Room, DCC

Thurs., Feb. 6 at 11:30 a.m. - Ron Reese '82 (Accounting) Vice President of Permit Capital

Fri., Feb. 7 at 5 p.m. - Dawne Fritz Veet '86 (Finance) Operations Trainer at Exelon Corp.

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