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May 24-31 campus events focus on career & academic planning
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Students who need help selecting their major, discovering career options or navigating the transfer application process should plan to attend these events taking place on WCC's campus May 24-31.
Developing Your Future in Social Sciences
May 24th, 1:00pm in LDC 211
Have you thought about studying a social science? Wondering what it would be like to major in psychology or anthropology or history? Come to this workshop to learn what what being a social sciences major is all about and possible career pathways! Save your spot and RSVP today!
Developing Your Future in English/Communications
May 24th, 3:00pm in HNR 108
Have you thought about studying English or communications? Are you interested in pursuing a major that will help you develop skills such as critical thinking, persuasive writing and effective communication? Come to this interactive workshop to learn what being an English or communications major might mean for you! We'll discuss the kind of classes you can take at WCC to prepare for a university program and the wide range of career options available English and communications graduates. Save your spot and RSVP today!
Transfer U Workshop
May 24th, 4:00pm in LDC 127
Are you transferring to a university this coming summer or fall? If so, this workshop is for you! Come hear from a panel of students, staff and instructors about how to make a successful transition to a 4-year school. We'll talk about academics, support resources and how to make your new campus a home. Free pizza and cookies! Save your spot and RSVP today!
Developing Your Future in Biology/Chemistry
May 25th, 11:00am in LDC 211
Attention potential chemistry and biology majors! It's not just lab coats and covalent bonds! Come to an interactive workshop where we'll debunk some common myths about studying these two disciplines, share what kind of classes you can take now to prepare to be a biology or chemistry major and discuss the wide range of career options available to graduates. WCC chemistry Associate Professor Steve DeRoy will describe career opportunities and why these are exciting fields of study. Save your spot and RSVP today!
Developing Your Future in Engineering
May 25th, 1:00pm in LDC 211
Deciding to study engineering can come with some big questions, like: "What classes should I take at WCC? What types of engineering can I study at a 4-year school? What does being an engineer even look like?" Attend this interactive workshop to learn more about what studying engineering might mean for you. Engineering instructor Eric Davishahl will describe why engineering is an exciting career path. Come get your questions answered! Save your spot and RSVP today!
Developing Your Future in Business
May 25th, 3:00pm in LDC 211
So you want to study business, but what does that really mean? There are so many programs from Associates Degrees to an MBA. What classes should you take? What does a career in business even look like? Come to our interactive workshop to gather the information you need to help you maximize your time at WCC and achieve your educational and career goals! Save your spot and RSVP today!
May 31st, 1:00pm in KUL 223
Transfer U Workshop
Are you transferring to a university this coming summer or fall? If so, this workshop is for you! Come hear from a panel of students, staff and instructors about how to make a successful transition to a 4-year school. We'll talk about academics, support resources and how to make your new campus a home. Free sandwiches and snacks! Save your spot and RSVP today!