Events

School's Out. Now What? (sponsored by the Peer Mentor Program)
Friday, February 21, 2020, 01:30pm - 03:00pm
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OPEN TO ALL HONORS STUDENTS

1:30 - 1:45 PM: LUNCH & BUBBLE TEA AND REGISTRATION
1:45 – 2:05 PM: SESSION I | Panels A & B
2:05 – 2:25 PM: SESSION II | Panels C & D
2:25 – 2:45 PM: SESSION III | Panels E & F

 

Panel A: From the Start: Summer Research  
At such a large research institution, you may find yourself a little overwhelmed trying to pinpoint and obtain the best research for you. Not only is research highly recommended if you are going into healthcare or wish to pursue a career in science, but it fosters one on one interactions with faculty and other undergraduates in your field. Learn how to contact professors, enhance your resume, and make the most of your summer research experience right here at Rutgers!

Panel B: It’s Not Just A Seasonal Job
Didn’t get the big internship? Career path doesn’t have internships? Whatever brought you to your seasonal job, you are still learning valuable skills and gaining amazing experiences. Learn how to market those skills and experiences in future job interviews on your resume.

 

Panel C: Summer School 101
Looking to catch up on classes you couldn’t take during the spring semester? Or maybe you want to get ahead in your major/minor? If either of these are the case, come learn important information about how to plan and register for summer classes, whether it is
here at Rutgers or somewhere else!

Panel D: Rush Here To Find Your Family
You’re in college and are looking for something more. You don’t know what it is yet but it can be something to put your passion into or to find a new family here in college. Whatever your goal is, sorority and fraternity life can help you achieve that by giving you a support system. Come out and find out about rush. 

 

Panel E: Busine$$ Casual On A Budget
You don’t need to be a business major to be faced with a “business casual” dress code. But rather than sitting in front of your closet, thinking about what business casual even means, you can now find out how you can be both the smartest AND the best dressed person in the room. Learn more about a rather easy dress code, and how to be balling on a budget and get more bang for your buck!

Panel F: Transitioning Home
After a year away at college, going home for the summer may seem like an exciting time to relax in the sun, but going home comes with its challenges. Get advice on how to navigate keeping your new connections from Rutgers alive, seeing old high school friends, and going back to living with your parents. Whether you are moving back home for the summer or commuting next year, learn how to have a great summer back home!

 

Location : Livingston Student Center - Rm. 202B
Open to all Honors students
Lunch & Bubble Tea will be served

All SASHP students who attend will have an opportunity to enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Honors Winter Formal on Saturday, 2/22.
Flyer: 

Busch

BUSCH CAMPUS
Nelson Biological Labs
Room A-110
P 848-445-3912

CAC

COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS
Milledoler Hall
Room 12
P 848-932-1406

douglass

DOUGLASS CAMPUS
Ruth Adams Building
Suite 108 
P 848-932-2011

LIVI

LIVINGSTON CAMPUS
Lucy Stone Hall
Room A-201
P 848-445-3206

RU BUSINESS

RUTGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL
100 Rockafeller Rd
Rm. 1031
P 848-445-3206

CAC Main Office

COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS
MAIN OFFICE
35 College Avenue
848-932-7964