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

 

 

OUR

 

 

11am-12pm

 

LCE / F

OUR

 

LCE

12-1pm

 

LCE / F

OUR

OIE, Regional
Advising
(12:30-1:30)

LCE

1-2pm

CC

CC / OIE, Peer Advsing

CC / OIE, Peer Advsing

CC / OUR

CC

2-3pm

CC / OIE, Regional
Advising

CC

CC

CC / OUR

CC

3-4pm

CC

CC

CC

CC / OUR

 

4-5pm

 

 

 

 

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 101 Session, and need additional guidance with your iAbroad account stop by to speak with a peer advisor.
Study Abroad Drop Ins (Tuesday 1-2pm, Wednesday 1-2pm)
Talk to a Peer Advisor about their student perspective on studying abroad, iAbroad help, quick questions, and study abroad steps and procedures. Come to this drop in if you have additional questions after attending the Study Abroad 101.
Regional Advisor Drop In (Monday 2-3pm, Thursday 12:30-1:30pm)
Talk to a Regional Study Abroad Advisor about where to go abroad, what programs are available, and more in-depth questions. Come to this drop in if you have additional questions after attending the Study Abroad 101.

Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR): 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!

Office of Fellowship Advising (F):Enrich your education and push your intellectual limits with nationally competitive fellowships, scholarships and grants competitions. The fellowships advisor is available to meet with you one-on-one to discuss your interests and to see how national awards may fit into your long-term plans

Last modified September 09 2015 12:26 PM