Connecticut College raises $317.5 million in record-breaking campaign
Are you hiring at your company?
Let the Office of Career Enhancing Life Skills (CELS) know and they’ll help you sort through resumes and find a suitable Connecticut College student or alum to fill the position. Looking to fill an internship? Students receive their own funding through the College if an internship is unpaid.
Each year, seniors find jobs through the career office’s many resources. Learn more about these programs and let human resource professionals in your organization know about them, too.
If you have questions or would like further information, please contact Kathy Eckels, career counselor/recruiting coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-439-2778. You may also contact the Office of Alumni Relations at email@example.com.
Can’t get enough of Connecticut College Magazine?
Check out the top 12 photos of the year, musical performances on YouTube and more online exclusives from the winter issue at cconline.conncoll.edu. Also, keep up with all of the behind-the-scenes action at Re:CC, the official magazine blog.
Surprise your student with a CamelPak
Perfect for exam time, birthdays or just because, CamelPaks are gift packages that can be purchased for students through Dining Services. Choose from treat baskets like health nut, fruit & cheese, exam energizers and more. Learn more or buy one today.
2010 Connecticut College calendar
After surveying alumni and parents who received the 2009 Connecticut College wall calendar as a gift, the College has decided not to print a 2010 calendar.
Some of those surveyed said they enjoy and use the calendar, but many thought the College should forego the printing this year. Some cited environmental concerns. Others said the College could make better use of the money that goes toward printing.
If you love the College’s beautiful campus, you can still enjoy photos of it every day by downloading images for your computer desktop. Your computer may also have a feature that lets you use photos as a screensaver.