Workshops & Seminars
Despite the excitement surrounding your final semester and graduation, preparing for life after undergraduate studies can be overwhelming. Fortunately, there are events offered to help you transition from the classroom to the workforce or the professional environment of graduate school.
These workshops and seminars, known as CU: Connections, are the product of collaboration between multiple Columbia University offices and will provide invaluable information and support as you, the Class of 2014, prepare for life after graduation.
Below is a list of scheduled events for seniors happening this spring. Check back frequently for updates!
Business Dining Etiquette Lunch
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Want to know the ends and outs when it comes to dining in the professional world. Come to the Business Dining Etiquette Lunch with presenter Lyudmila Bloch to learn how dine like the pros. The event is currently at capacity, but to be on the waitlist please complete the RSVP. Remember good etiquette around RSVP as well. Only sign-up if you can make it!
Apartment Hunting in NYC
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Are you staying in NYC after graduation? Are you curious how to search for an apartment? If so, then come learn about apartment hunting in the city and listen to a presentation from Karen Stone, representative and licensed real estate salesperson. This event is co-sponsored by CCSC and ESC Class of 2014.
ARC Information Session
Thursday, May 12, 2014
Would you like to interview prospective Columbia students on behalf of the Admissions Office as a member of the Alumni Representative Committee (ARC)?If you would like to learn more, please join us for the ARC Information Session on Thursday, May 15 from 5:00-6:00pm. Training is not required, but certainly helpful! You can join the ARC officially once you graduate, and interviewing begins in October. You can interview anywhere in the country or the world, and it’s a great way to remain connected with alma mater. Please RSVP – Insomnia Cookies will be served!