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Come hear individual experiences about being out in the workplace and ask questions you may have about starting your career journey.
There will be representatives from Darden, NASA and Lockheed Martin.
“You are never given a dream without also being given the power to make it true.” -Richard Bach
Are you undecided in your major or are looking for encouragement to make the final leap in fully pursuing your dream? Career Services and First Year Advising will be hosting The Dream Share Project on March 19th at 6:30pm in the Academic Village Courtyard. Chip and Alexis, founders of the Dream Share Project, will be showcasing their documentary and sharing their experience of finding the meaning of following their dreams. This program is aimed to help you discover your passion. There will also be free barbeque!
This two day event (March 18 and 19) consists of a variety of workshops for graduate students. Whether you are interested in a career in academia or industry this symposium will provide valuable information to help you meet your professional goals.
The Spring 2014 Education Career Fair is held in collaboration with the UCF College of Education and Human Performance Office of Clinical Experiences. Last year over 400 talented students, including recent and prospective UCF graduates made connections with potential employers! We expect a surplus of representatives from public school districts, non-profit organizations, private schools, and other organizations to participate. Representatives will have the opportunity to display and distribute literature, answer questions about their organization, and interview potential employment candidates.
As you embark on this exciting new chapter in your life, we would like to hear about the path you have chosen to take after graduating from UCF. Whether your career or graduate school plans are firmly in place, a work-in-progress, or still unknown, we ask you to complete the survey as best you can so we know what it is that Knights are doing after graduation.
The Lockheed Martin College Work Experience Program (CWEP) provides students an opportunity to gain professional work experience related to their academic discipline while maintaining full-time university enrollment.