The ’68 Center for Career Exploration drew 525 students to its fall-semester job fair, the first in recent years to be held in person. During the week leading up to the event, students took part in workshops covering everything from résumé writing to interviewing techniques. On the day of the fair, they had the opportunity to participate in a recruiting for equity and inclusion program and to get professional headshots while exploring career paths and opportunities. Fifty-four employers came to campus, actively recruiting for organizations and firms representing 24 industries. “Having 54 employers here on campus—actively recruiting, in the age of video calls—says a lot about the vitality and versatility of the liberal arts,” says Don Kjelleren, the center’s director. Visit the ’68 Center for Career Exploration website to learn more.
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Oren Cass ’05, executive director of American Compass, advocates for treating student loans like any other debt and allowing them to be discharged during bankruptcy.
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North Carolina Supreme Court justice Anita Earls ’81 will speak at Convocation and be one of six alumni to receive a Bicentennial Medal.