PSSA Presents: How To Network
Poli Sci Students: do you constantly make fun of your Desautels friends for being too #MUS, but are secretly jealous of the sweet job opportunities they manage to land? Do you want to learn how to make all the right friend$ in all the right places? Do you want to break the perception of post-Poli Sci degree unemployment? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it's time to enter the world of networking, brought to you by the Political Science Students Association.
Chances are that if you want a job in this day and age, you will get it through networking.
The PSSA's first "How-to-Network Workshop" will include several guest speakers, followed by a wine and cheese where you can put your new skills to the test with professors, graduate students, and peers.
The How-to-Network Workshop will feature:
-Introductory remarks from Brandy Jugandi, Student Affairs Administrator at Arts OASIS
-Antoine-Samuel Mauffette Alavo, Internship Coordinator for the Arts Internship Office
-Chanèle Couture De-Graft, AUS Vice President Communications
-Catherine Stace, CAPS Career Educator
-Attire: Business casual
-Date: November 29th 2016, 5 PM to 7 PM
-Refreshments: Wine, cheese, and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided from 6PM until 7PM
-Location: Arts 160
-This location is not wheelchair accessible
-This location has space to both sit and stand
-Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided
-Vegan and gluten-free snack options will be available
-This event is free of charge