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Lazarus Center Workshop Attendees
 

All class years are welcome to attend any workshops, unless otherwise specified. Feel free to bring your lunch. Be sure to check out the Handouts & Resources page for additional tools and how-to videos.


Interterm & Spring Semester Workshops

Business Prep For the Liberal Arts
January 15-19, 2020
FREE for all students! This program is designed for all majors and all class years. No matter what field you plan to go into, having a fundamental exposure to and knowledge of business basics is essential. Over the course of five days, trained facilitators will guide students through the basics of Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis, Excel Modeling, and Analyzing Financial Reports. Whether you plan to work or intern in a non-profit, be a school leader, lead a community organization or work in a government agency or business, this program will give you critical skills you will need to contribute fully to the success of any organization.

Career Tracks 2020
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - New York, NY
Whether you are just starting to explore different career paths or already have a direction in mind, Career Tracks is for you! Accompanied by Lazarus Center staff, students will gain career insight and advice from alumnae and other professionals by visiting them at work in one of three fields:
Public Policy (Full)
Museum & Auction House
- Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change
This career exploration event is open to all class years and majors.  Space is limited to 14 participants per track.  Once in New York, students will travel as a group from site to site via walking & public transit. See Handshake for full details and to apply.

Weill Cornell Medical College
MS in Healthcare Research & Policy Information Session
Thursday, February 13, noon-1 p.m.
Lazarus Center Workshop Room
For students interested in working within healthcare organizations, Weill Cornell Medical College offers three Master of Science degrees related to Healthcare Policy and Research. These programs seek to train the next generation of health services researchers, data scientists and policy analysts. The academic tracks include: Health Policy and Economics, Health Informatics or Biostatistics and Data Science. Admissions representatives from the program will discuss curricula and admissions requirements. Q&A to follow the session. Pizza will be available first come, first served.

Life Sciences, Technology & Engineering Fair
Thursday, February 13, 3:30-6 p.m.
Campus Center Carroll Room
Smith College hosts an annual Life Sciences, Technology & Engineering Fair for students from life sciences, engineering, psychology, math and computer science. The fair features employers offering internships and full–time positions. Students from the colleges in the Pioneer Valley, including Smith College, Amherst College, Mount Holyoke College, Hampshire College, the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Dartmouth College are invited to attend.

Alumnae in Archives - Virtual Panel
Wednesday, February 26, noon-1 p.m.
Lazarus Center Workshop Room
Ever wondered what the field of "archives" really is? Whether you’re looking for advice on how to find an internship or full-time job, these virtual panelists are here to answer your questions! Panelist bios coming soon. Pizza will be served for the first 15 students. Co-sponsored by the Archives Concentration

Coming soon.

Disability Accommodation

For disability access information or accommodations requests, call 413-585-2407. To request a sign language interpreter, call 413-585-2071 (voice or TTY) or send email to: ods@smith.edu at least 10 days before the event.