Entries tagged with ‘cicdeciding’
Thirty-eight students recently took part in an intensive, three-day boot camp at business locations across the Twin Cities.
Striving to assist Gustavus students on the pre-health track, the Office of Career Development builds a collection and network of resources and advisers to guide each student to become the best applicant they can be. The most recent cycle of pre-physical therapy Gustavus graduates proved to be very competitive applicants after exceeding the national averages of admission into graduate programs.
Students can now receive tailored career guidance by choosing from one or more of seven career interest clusters, including a "still deciding" option.
The grant will support student programming and professional development for staff involved in vocational exploration.
For six weeks, Ngabirano helped build and lead the inaugural Gustavus Academy for Faith, Science, and Ethics.
His experiences on the hill have allowed him to discover his vocation, play on the Golden Gusties football team, and – most recently – to spend the summer on an archaeological dig in Portugal after winning the College’s Kehm Smith Award.
Healthcare, education, government, finance, big brands—we’re there. Gusties are everywhere. But we are in some places more than others. One of those places is Minnesota (obviously). Minnesota Gusties are working hard to make Minnesota’s economy one of the healthiest in the nation. As a state, Minnesota has more Fortune 500 companies per capita than any other, so […]
Gustavus recently announced that Hayley Nemmers ’16, Abby Nistler ’16, Angelique Dwyer, and Jane Timmerman ‘75 are the College’s winners of the 2016 Minnesota Campus Compact (MNCC) Presidents’ Awards for Civic Engagement.
After initially thinking about dental school, Courtney Harbeck '16 took liberal arts classes that convinced her to study management. The change paid off, as the senior will begin a job at the consulting firm Boom Lab after graduation.
On the first day of his January Interim Experience class, visiting faculty member Bob Molhoek asked students one simple question: “Why should I hire you?”