Alumni to provide students tips on success after college
The next Seminar on Success, 1-4 p.m. Feb. 1, will feature successful alumni speaking on: “What Separates the Successful?” “Getting in the Door and Staying There,” a panel discussion on “Careers to Consider” and “The Fine Print: Managing a Budget, Navigating the Big Cities & More Practical Advice.”
Seminar on Success is a series of career and life skills workshops for juniors and seniors with networking opportunities. The events feature alumni from a variety of industries. For more information, contact Beth Poole ’00 in the Office of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Floridians, meet President Bergeron in February
Singer, activist Kathy Mattea coming to campus
Activist and Grammy-winning country and bluegrass performer Kathy Mattea will speak on campus and perform a concert at the end of the month.
Mattea’s talk, “My Coal Journey,” referencing her native West Virginia, will be at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in Evans Hall. She’ll perform her Calling Me Home concert at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 in Palmer Auditorium. Tickets for the concert are $28; $25 for seniors; $14 for students. For tickets or more information, call 860-439-2787 or visit onstage.conncoll.edu.
Come to a Camels hockey game and reception near Boston
Join Athletic Director Fran Shields and men’s ice hockey coach Jim Ward for a reception before the Camels take on Tufts on Friday, Feb. 7. The reception will be 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Dockside Restaurant, 229 Centre Street, in Malden, Mass. Appetizers will be provided. The game will start at 7 at the Malden Forum, 50 Holden Street in Malden. If you plan to attend the reception, please register by emailing email@example.com by Feb. 5.
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