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Thompson, Ettinger presenting during UW’s career development series

June 03, 2015

UW-Madison’s Career Development Series for Graduate Program Coordinators kicks off Thursday with a keynote presentation from the School of Education’s Mindi Thompson.

Thompson, an associate professor with the Department of Counseling Psychology, will be giving a talk titled, “A Context for Graduate Student Career Development.”

Judy Ettinger from the Center on Education and Work (CEW) within the School of Education will also be taking part in this series, which is offered by UW-Madison’s Graduate School. Ettinger, a senior outreach specialist with CEW, will be presenting on Wednesday, June 17 about, “Career Development 101: Introduction to Career Development Theory and Assessment Tools.” And on Monday, July 13, Ettinger will be presenting on, “Career Development 201: Preparing Your Students for Non-academic Job Interviews.”

The Career Development Series for Graduate Program Coordinators is designed to increase graduate students’ access to career planning expertise at the program level by building basic career development knowledge and referral skills in graduate program coordinators.  This complements the essential career services that several Schools and Colleges across the UW-Madison campus offer graduate students, and attempts to fill some of the gaps for graduate students who do not have access.

To learn more, including a complete schedule of events, visit this university web page.
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