Wondering if you’re headed in the right direction? This series offers workshops exploring topics such as choosing a major, studying abroad, finding an internship, getting involved on campus, and more.
Sessions are facilitated by faculty members, administrators, and upper-class students, and introduce students to valuable tools, campus resources, and strategies for success and decision making. During the workshop individual reflection, peer conversations, student panels, and presentations are all featured. The series is organized to allow participants to pick and choose the topics they are more interested in attending. All workshops take place at 7 p.m.
2012-13 Workshop Schedule
Thursday, Sept. 20 – To Study Abroad or at Loyola (4th Floor Program Room)
Monday, Oct. 15 – Choosing a Major
Monday, Oct. 29 – Internships (Part I)
Monday, Jan. 28 – Internships (Part II)
Tuesday, Feb. 5 – The Path to Grad School
Wednesday, Feb. 13 – Up Next ... Junior Year
“The information from the workshop series provided valuable information I did not know prior to attending about the mentioned decisions as well as personal anecdotes of others which calmed my nerves (knowing I am not the only one going through or who has gone through this process before).” (2011-2012 attendee)
“I felt nervous about any decisions I would make, especially for internships, but thanks to the workshops, I was able to see what the process was like and network.” (2011-2012 attendee)
“The workshop I attended was great. I appreciate the reflections that the speaker made us do because it connected the information that we were gaining from the workshop to our lives.” (2010-2011 attendee)