Annual Student Career Seminar February 1, 2020 9 am - 12 pm DePaul University, Lincoln Park Campus
Take charge of your future career in the environmental professions by attending a FREE student career seminar presented by DePaul University and the Illinois Association of Environmental Professionals.
Today’s job market is very challenging. You need to to separate yourself from the crowd.
At this event, you will have the chance to meet working professionals and hear about how you can prepare for your career.
Also learn: • About classes that may benefit your future career • How to network • About the benefits of professional organizations • About internships and their value • How to build your resume • How to improve your interviewing skills
This panel discussion includes a Q& A with environmental professionals including environmental law specialists, environmental engineers, wildlife biologists, corporate sustainability experts, restoration ecologists, environmental planners, GIS and policy specialists.
Also included are small group break-out sessions with environmental professionals who will review your resume and give you valuable career planning advice.
SPEAKERS Caroline Levenda - Senior Environmental Planner, HNTB Robert P. Sliwinski – Senior Wildlife Biologist, Christopher B. Burke Engineering Joel Zirkle - Principal, Fehr Graham, Engineering and Environmental Kathryn Quesnell - Environmental Scientist, Professional Environmental Engineers
The program is also open to graduates and working professionals, in addition to currently enrolled students.
DePaul University, Lincoln Park Campus Schmitt Academic Center, Room 100 2320 N. Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, IL
Thanks to The Department of Environmental Science and Studies at DePaul University for sponsoring this event. Breakfast type foods and beverages will be provided.
Cost: Free (but pre-registration is required) Please bring your resume for professional review.
Public Transportation: CTA to Fullerton/Sheffield Stop and walk West over to the building. Parking: Metered Street Parking