University of Vermont

The Career + Experience Hub

Daily Drop-Ins

Stop by for a Quick Consult to get started with exploring your interests and passions and discovering resources to move forward. For a little more in depth conversation with a particular office drop by during their Drop-In Hours. Note that the Career + Experience Hub is only open while school is in session.

Drop-in Schedule

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

10-11am

 

 

Research

 

 

11am-12pm

 

LCE

Research

 

 

12-1pm

 

LCE

Research / OIE

 

 

1-2pm

CC

CC / LCE / OIE(OIE until 2:30)

CC / OIE(OIE until 1:30)

CC

CC

2-3pm

CC

CC

CC

CC

CC

3-4pm

CC

CC

CC

CC

 

4-5pm

FSIP

 

 

 

 

Drop-In Descriptions

Career Center (CC): Get started with your resume, cover letter, internship or part-time job search, graduate school application, major choice exploration and more! Note that Career Center Drop-ins take place at the Career Center in Living & Learning E-140 during school breaks.

Office of International Education (OIE): iAbroad Help Sessions. If you’ve already attended a Study Abroad Getting Started Advising Session, and need additional guidance with your iAbroad account stop by to speak with a peer advisor.

Office of Undergraduate Research (Research): Have a brief conversation about your goals and interests and finding faculty research and scholarship that suits you.

Leadership and Civic Engagement (LCE): Stop in and chat with LCE staff about getting involved on campus, leadership in student organizations, your leadership style, and managing your student organizations.

Food Systems Intern Program (FSIP): Learn about working in different sectors of Vermont's food systems including: farming, creating value added products, writing, marketing, business planning, food justice work, environmental sustainability, policy analysis and more.

Community University Partnerships and Service-Learning (CUPS): Learn about opportunities to engage in the community through your courses/major.  Explore service-learning internships, research for a community partner, or community-engaged honors theses and senior projects. Become a Service-Learning Teaching Assistant, and help other students!

 

Last modified September 03 2014 03:04 PM