The process introduces students to alumni and their careers, and provides an opportunity for alumni networking.
2013 Mentors from left to right: Paul Verke, Sheldon Smith, Scott Cody, Jim Kouf, Desirae Vanek, Erika Fitzgerald, Megan La Plante, Dru Zackmeyer, Sue Birkenseer, Lauren Babek, Bryn Smith, Ann Neumann, Katie Isaacs, Kathryn Rummell, Roger Reedy Modeled on the "Speed Dating" phenomenon, Speed Networking is a time-efficient way for current English majors to gain exposure to a variety of different careers open to them.
Previous years' workshops helped students land summer internships, summer jobs, and full-time post-graduation positions! English majors are encouraged to attend this event which will offer answers to the common question, "What can I do with my English degree? English majors have a wide variety of careers available to them and the four panelists will share knowledge about their respective fields.
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Photo Credit: Randy Aquilizan Or somewhere equally close but distinctly different, like Pismo Beach, Atascadero, Santa Maria, or Paso.
I encourage all English majors and graduate students to take advantage of this opportunity, no matter what year you are.
For more details or if you have any questions, please email the English Department.
“Because people have a computer in their hands at any given second, the individual moment they’re in is now the most important part of the customer journey,” says David Edelman of Mc Kinsey & Company.
Micro-moment marketing is about helping people accomplish what they want to in that particular moment. Starwood Hotels has an app that recognizes you through the use of beacons the moment you enter the property.
There’s only a small group of extremely lucky people who actually grew up in SLO, and these born and bred locals will take offense to anyone trying to pass off Arroyo Grande as “basically SLO.” It might be just sixteen miles south on the 101, but it’s a totally different city with a completely different vibe.
Obispo” in front of a local is an easy way to earn yourself eye rolls, groans, and unspoken assumptions of idiocy.
Speed daters are trying to narrow down their choices by eliminating the unsuitable; conversely, speed networkers are trying to broaden their connections by increasing their exposure.