Career Conversation in Washington, DC

Bernadette Meehan, Assistant White House Press Secretary and Director of Media Outreach,  will host a ‘Career Conversation on the Road’ in Washington, DC on Friday, January 11, 2013 at 2pm. Limited to 22 students.  Sign up on Eaglelink.

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Bernadette Meehan, ‘97
Assistant White House Press Secretary/Director of Media Outreach
Career Conversation in Washington, DC
January 11, 2013, 2pm to 3:30pm

Once you sign up you will have until December 11 to consider travel plans and confirm your spot. All students on the registered list after December 11 will be expected to attend.  After December 11, registration will open to wait list students if there are any available spots. Transportation and lodging is the responsibility of the student.

This program will be held at 101 Constitution Avenue, Washington DC. Further details will be shared with registered students.

What’s a Career Conversation? It’s an opportunity to hear about the career path of a BC alumnus, to ask questions and to reflect upon whether or not the career is of interest to you. Can’t make it to DC? Keep your eyes on the Career Conversations series held here on campus, Tuesdays at 6pm at the Career Center. The second semester schedule will be posted at the start of the semester. The last Career Conversation of this semester will be held on Tuesday, December 4th from 6 to 7pm featuring Kelley Cunningham, Manager of Community Education & Outreach at the Samaritans. RSVP on EagleLink. Walk-ins welcome on a space available basis.

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