Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019

Take an Innovation Trip to NYC – October 13-15, 2019

NYC Innovation Fall Break Trip 2019 Application Application deadline is Thursday, September 19 OPEN TO ALL MAJORS AND CLASS YEARS. TRIP DATES: Sunday, October 13-15 Spend your fall break in NYC, taking in a show, networking with professionals over a 3-course meal, touring the Empire State Building and stepping inside the operations, innovations and creations of these employers: Coty, Ralph Lauren, The Ride and Omnicom Health. Apply on the BRIDGE with a resume and cover letter that explains why you are interested in being part of this trip. Look for NYC Innovation Fall Break Trip. Be sure to also complete […]

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Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019

Civic Engagement Alumni Career Panel

Friday, September 13, 2019, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., ELC Arches Lounge This panel discussion will explore career paths of alum who participated in civic or community engagement while at Bucknell and are now continuing to be involved in serving the public good through careers in public service or with organizations that work on issues of social and environmental justice. Come hear their advice and perspectives as they discuss their work and available opportunities in their fields.  The conversation will also include a question and answer period. Sponsored by the Office of Civic Engagement and the Center for Career Advancement. Reception […]

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Friday, August 30th, 2019

MEMO for Week of 2 September 2019

We Want to Know What You Did this Summer! We saw so many great internship and summer experiences on social media this summer – especially for #NationalInternDay but we want to know more! We saw interns on Good Morning America, AT&T, The Mayor of LA IBM, United Way and more but we’re wondering, where did YOU intern?Help us, help you share your summer experience (internship, research, job, volunteer). It’s a great way for your experience to be highlighted and seen by the Bucknell audience – you never know what connections may come of it. So…. take the Summer Experience Survey in the […]

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Tuesday, August 27th, 2019

MEMO for week of 26 August 2019

WELCOME First Year Students and Returning Freeman Students!Freeman College of Management is excited to begin our 2019-2020 Academic Year – our weekly MEMO will be sent via email once a week and will highlight events and opportunities particularly relevant to Management students. If you have questions about anything you read in the weekly MEMO, please reach out to Missy Gutkowski or Amy Bennett, in Experiential Programs here in theFreeman College of Management.  Are You a MIDE Major or Interested in Design? – Attend the Sept 3, 2019 MIDE SALONRSVP’s are requested via the calendar invite (sent to all students); head to […]

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Monday, August 26th, 2019

Bucknell Mentorship Program Class of 2023

Apply now to the Bucknell Mentorship Program Class of 2023!This program is a platform for alumni mentors to provide guidance, support and information to first year students, helping them navigate their college choices and prepare for their futures post-graduation. Students apply to the program to learn about building their network, to identify academic and career plans, or to refine certain skills. A mentor can act as a sounding board for decisions and milestones the mentee might experience during the first year of college.  The Bucknell Mentorship Program is a valuable complement to students’ academic coursework and extra-curricular activities. Note that while mentors may become valuable professional contacts, obtaining an internship or job […]

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Monday, August 12th, 2019

‘So You Want to Become a Leader?’ MGMT 335.01 – taught by Dean Emeritus Ken Freeman

Program Dates: Application open: 13 August 2019 Application Deadline: 17 October 2019 at 11:59pm Notification Date: By 28 October 2019 Eligibility: all students can apply regardless of major or class year Application:  Please apply to MGMT 335.01 via the Bridge, provided through the Center for Career Advancement, with a resume and a cover letter that clearly answer the following short essay questions: Why are you interested in this specific course? What do you believe you will gain from the experience? What makes you a valuable participant in the learning experience for everyone? Identify two individuals that you admire as leaders; […]

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Friday, July 26th, 2019

Your Professional Development Passport – Program Starting Fall 2019

Attention Students!Prepare early for internship application, job interviews and connecting with professionals.Sign up for programs to complete your professional development passport here or on the BRIDGE starting August 7. In order to complete their passport, students will need to participate in a session from each area:  Learn from Professionals Numbers Don’t Lie, what companies need you to know about data, no matter your major Friday, August 30, Noon-12:50PM ELC, 241BC, Lunch provided Sarah Och ‘17, Reporting & Metrics, Human Capital Management, Goldman Sachs & Co. Seven Items For Your Job Interview Checklist Tuesday, September 10, Noon-12:45PM, Taylor 208, Lunch provided […]

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