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Career Tracks 2015

Career Tracks Application

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Career Tracks 2016
Wednesday, January 20
New York

Accompanied by Lazarus Center staff, students will visit alumnae working in one of four fields in New York City on Wednesday, January 20, 2016:

Bus transportation from campus to NYC and back will be provided for those needing it. 

There will be three site visits for each track, and the day will end with a networking reception with Smith alumnae at a NYC restaurant. Attendance at all site visits and the reception is required.

You may attend ONE track.  Indicate your first choice (and a second choice if you have one) on the application.

Applications will be accepted VIA E-MAIL ONLY
on a first-come basis


2016 Career Tracks Application

Space is still available for the Consumer Goods and Women's Reproductive Rights tracks. Spaces will be filled on a first-come basis.

The NGO and Start-Ups/Entrepreneurship tracks are filled; you may apply to be waitlisted.



TO APPLY

To apply, submit the application which includes a 200-word statement explaining why you want to participate in Career Tracks, why you’ve selected your first choice track (and second choice if we are not able to give you your first choice), and what you hope to gain from the program.

FEES & TRANSPORTATION

A non-refundable $20 program fee (cash only) must be submitted to the Lazarus Center by those admitted to the program no later than Friday, December 4, at 4:00pm. 
NOTE: The fee is required even if you do not need transportation.

Orientation

There will be a required orientation meeting for those selected on Tuesday, December 8, from 12-1pm in Campus Center 103/04.

 

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to get the kind of
in-depth industry knowledge, contacts, and “insider” information so important to success in today’s job market!

Please direct questions to lazarus@smith.edu.