Calling all art, English & writing, gender and women’s studies, history & humanities, religious studies & philosophy, Spanish, and Native American studies students and alumni! Are you interested in learning more about the types of careers available for graduates from humanities and arts programs?
Our panel of alumni who have walked in your shoes are eager to tell you where their Northland degree got them (and all the jobs, internships and other experiences that lead them there). They’ll discuss what a typical day in their position is like, professional and career choices they’ve made (good and bad), and give you pointers for standing out in a sea of applicants when you’re ready.
Attendees are encouraged to stay after to take part in optional break-out networking rooms so you have an opportunity to develop a connection with these professionals, and ask anything that wasn’t discussed during the larger group session.
Your attendance will also ensure you’re added to the monthly swag bag drawing!
|John Fabke ’91
Major at Northland: History/environmental education
Current Roles: Manager at Spring Fed Records & archivist/librarian at the Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University
|Allison Mills ’11
Major at Northland: Geoscience
Current Role: Associate director of research news at Michigan Technological University
|Dan Warfel ’12
Major at Northland: Sustainable community development
Current Role: Director of family services for Greater Des Moines Habitat for Humanity
|Karen Dropps ’09
Major at Northland: History
Current Role: Adjunct professor at Fort Range Community College