University of Minnesota
Driven to Discover


Career Services Site


March 2013 Archives

Attend an info session to learn about the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, which provides generous support for 1000+ recent college graduates to study, carry out research or creative work, or serve as English Teaching Assistants abroad in over 100 countries. U.S. citizenship is required. Approximate campus application deadline for the 2014-15 Fulbright Program: August 2013

Fulbright Info Sessions are:

Tuesday April 9, 12:00-1:00, 103 Appleby Hall
Tuesday April 9, 4:00-5:00, 3 Appleby Hall
Weds April 10, 4:00-5:00, 145 Blegen Hall

For more information about the Fulbright program and other national scholarships, please visit

HRD & HRIR Networking Reception

| No Comments


HRD & HRIR Networking Reception
Thursday, April 4
3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Carlson School of Management (Atrium)

You are cordially invited to attend the first-ever Human Resource Development / Human Resources and Industrial Relations networking reception.

This event is open to CEHD Human Resource Development students and is being hosted by University of Minnesota's College of Education & Human Development and the Carlson School of Management.

Come network with fellow HR students, alumni, and professionals to learn more about the Twin Cities human resource community! Complimentary refreshments will be served.

Please register to attend in the GoldPASS career event.

Questions? Request for accommodations? Please contact Angie Soderberg at

GoldPASS Career Event ID: 1831

Bluestem Brands, Inc - Merchandis​ing Specialist

| No Comments

Bluestem Brands, Inc. submitted a new schedule request that they will be interviewing for on April 10th. The deadline to apply is April 3rd. Please promote this opportunity to your students!

Bluestem Brands, Inc.
Merchandising Specialist
Schedule ID # 2846

As a merchandise specialist you will translate product & product brand level value to all Bluestem brands customers via all available media channels. The role works in close collaboration with a Buyer or Senior Buyer to understand the elements of the product assortments and how they need to appear to our customers in print, online and via all interactive channels. This role is crucial to driving profitable revenue, assuring a positive, brand right customer experience, and in minimizing post sale customer contacts. Great entry point for students pursuing future buying, media planning or inventory planning roles in the merchant organization.

• Manage product & promotional content in print campaigns.
• Assortment plan creation & implementation.
• Online Store shop-ability
• Responsible for all customer interactivity
• Select product offers & develop promotions for interactive & social campaigns
• Key point of contact with product vendors to acquire accurate relationship deal points
• Audit the output of the Product Content role to insure accuracy of information and adherence to connect style guides for all brands and channels.

Apply via GoldPASS by April 3, 2013

Are you graduating this spring and not sure what you will be doing next year?
Then join the Saint Paul AmeriCorps VISTA program and:




AmeriCorps VISTA is a national service program designed to fight poverty with passion by responding to local needs through organizations working to improve education, increase housing opportunities, improve illiteracy and health services, and more.

The Saint Paul VISTA program, hosted through the Office of Mayor Chris Coleman, works to close the education opportunity gap and supports the education goals of the city. As a VISTA member, you will serve in a local non-profit organization, government agency, or public, private, or charter school, and be charged with erasing poverty by building the capacity of your organization.

In addition to your grassroots and city work, you will gain important professional development and leadership experience through trainings and one-on-one support within the Mayor's Office. Benefits for VISTA members include a living allowance for 12 months of service, an education award of $5,550 upon successful completion, health benefits, personal and sick leave, and student loan forbearance.

To apply:

Interested applicants are encouraged to visit our website at and submit an application through For more information, please contact Angela Brown, VISTA Leader, at or (651) 266-8517.

Employment Agencies Information Fair

| No Comments

Employment Agencies Fair 2013.jpg
The University of St.Thomas invites you to attend their Employment Agencies Information Fair! Come and meet representatives from various agencies that are offering contract/short-term employment for students seeking summer work, and full-time jobs for graduating seniors!

For who? Any student looking for a full-time or summer job.

When? Thursday, April 11 Students can stop in anytime between 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.

Where? University of St. Thomas
Campus Map link:

Fair location: Anderson Student Center, 2nd floor (building #27 on the campus map)

Parking Options:
Street parking is available on Summit Avenue, east side of Cretin Avenue, and the west side of Cleveland Ave. Open parking in surrounding neighborhoods begins about 5 blocks off campus - watch out for signs requiring Residential Parking Permit!
Visitor parking ramp, corner of Cretin & Grand Avenues. (#71 on the campus map) $1.50 per hour

Bring your resumes and questions for the representatives of the employment agencies!

Come participate in MPS - SPPS High Demand Area Teacher Candidate Interview Day

Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Time: 4:00p - 8:00p
Location: Saint Catherine University (Rauenhorst Ballroom)

Maps, parking permit, and time will be sent before the event.

Representatives will be there from MPS and SPPS Human Resources office to interview you. Come prepared to shine!

The high need areas MPS and SPPS have identified are:

5-12 Mathematics (hiring 6-8, 9-12, or bilingual)
5-12 English Language Arts (hiring 6-8 or bilingual)
5-12 Social Studies (hiring 6-8 or bilingual)
5-8 General Science (hiring 6-8 or bilingual)
K-6 Elementary (bilingual candidates only--seeking K-6 Elem. licensured teachers (or soon to be licensed) who are also fluent in Hmong, French, Mandarin, or Spanish)
9-12 Physics and/or Chemistry
Special Ed - Autism
Special Ed - EBD
Special Ed - ECSE
Special Ed - LD
K-12 Spanish
Interest in being Montessori certified (specifically 6-8 in: Science, ELA, Math or Social Studies)
-Hosted by Laura Mogelson (TC2 Director) and Jeff Prottas (TC2 Recruiter) as part of the NExT initiative (

TRiO Upward Bound Program is hiring!

| No Comments

Want an amazing job working with youth? TRiO Upward Bound, the longest standing college preparation program in the Twin Cities, is now accepting applications for various positions including:

Teacher (Req. # 183230 )

Teaching Assistant (Req. # 183233 ):

Administrative Assistant (Req. # 183229 ):

Residential Youth Counselor (Req. # 183232 ):

TRiO Upward Bound at the University of Minnesota is a federally funded college prep program. Each summer, we coordinate an academic and residential summer program for our high school aged participants. If you're interested in working in a fast-paced environment with the opportunity to impact some amazing Minneapolis youth - this is the job for you.

All interested applicants must be available for the following dates:

Orientation: Wednesday, June 6, 2013 [5:00 to 9:00 PM] or Saturday, June 9, 2013 [9:00 to 1:00 PM]
Training Week: Monday, June 10 to Friday, June 14, 2013 [8:00 to 4:30 PM daily]
Program Dates: Monday, June 17 to Friday, July 19, 2013 [hours vary]
Classroom Staff wrap-up: Monday, July 22 to Friday July 26, 2013 [hours vary]

Experienced educators, youth workers and/or individuals with a passion for working with diverse, urban, teenage youth are encouraged to apply.

Apply by Friday, April 19, 2013 for full consideration.

Career of the Week- Sports Agent

| No Comments


With NFL free agency in full swing and the draft right around the corner, talk about contracts, negotiations, and salary is everywhere. If you are passionate about athletics and are a shrewd negotiator, a job as a Sports Agent could be just right for you.

This career offers flexible schedules and the opportunity to meet some of the biggest names in professional sports. While it takes a lot of hard work to build a list of clients and the necessary reputation to make it big, a degree in Sports Management can help you gain the skills and knowledge to handle the business aspects of the Agent's job.

If you are interested in learning more about this career, check it out here.
For information on a degree in Sports Management and other career options, check out these links:
Sports Management
Careers in Sports Management

Alternative Health Career Panels

| No Comments

Are you interested in working in healthcare, but aren't sure of the options available?
The Health and Natural Science Community in the College of Liberal Arts is hosting alternative health career panels with some professionals in the "hidden careers of healthcare."
These hidden careers include: oncology clinic assistant, child-family specialist, or working in research with the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients.

So come enjoy a slice of pizza over lunch, and network with some professionals!

A flyer that includes the dates, times, and locations is available here:

If you have any questions about the panels or panelists (most of whom are CLA alumni!), please contact Kacey Gregerson at

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for virtual-job-fair-221x185_0.jpg

Looking for a job, internship, or Co-op? Save Valuable Time & Meet Recruiters Live Online! Students and Alumni are invited to interact via chat sessions and meet employers recruiting talent across all majors and degrees.

What others are saying about this fair....

" I wish being in contact with recruiters was always this easy"
"Convenient, simple, fast...Good choice!"
"It really takes some of the fear out of graduating"
"Its a great opportunity to interface with employers, but doesn't require complicated logistics."

Virtual Career Fair -April 9 - 11, 2013
Attend the Fair from Anywhere!

For more information click here!

Course Information
Want to improve your English skills?This course will help non-native
English speaking students in degree programs polish their English
skills in order to be more successful in university level classes.

If you are an international student and need help with your
resumes, cover letters, and spoken interviews, this is a great
resource for you, so make sure to sign up!
Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for English.png
When: Spring 2013
March 25--May 10 (Only 7 weeks!)
Mondays and Wednesdays
4:40-6:35 pm

Focus Areas Include:

  • Interactions within the university setting
  • Academic life
  • Student/instructor roles
  • Communicating effectively by email
  • Classroom interactions
  • Discussion/panel
  • Presentation skills
  • Pronunciation
  • Writing for your major

For registration information and a
permission number, contact us by email
or phone. 612-624-1503
160 McNamara Alumni Center

Wilderness Inquiry is hiring!

| No Comments

Wilderness Inquiry is now accepting applications for late spring and summer Trail Staff and Internship positions. We're looking for people with outstanding leadership and decision-making skills, high energy, and a willingness to work hard.

To apply and for more information about job opportunities visit:

Upcoming On-Campus Interview Opportunit​ies!

| No Comments

Jr. Business Analyst (full-time)
Schedule ID # 2733
Deadline to apply: March 16th, 2013 @ 1:00am

Sales Intern (paid)
Schedule ID # 2808
Deadline to apply: March 26, 2013

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Sales and Management (full-time and intern)
Schedule ID # 2774
Deadline to apply: April 1, 2013

Bluestem Brands, Inc.
Database Marketing Analyst (full-time)
Schedule ID # 2828
Deadline to apply: April 3, 2013

DHI Mortgage
Multiple positions (full-time)
Schedule ID # 2831
Deadline to apply: April 16, 2013

Career of the Week: Sports Promoter

| No Comments

Behind every great sports team there is a great promoter. Interested in sports management and enjoy attending sporting events? Love marketing or advertising? Sports promotions may be the field for you.

Sports Promoter.jpg

Promoters work behind the scenes to create an ideal image for teams and athletes alike. Their role may include marketing strategies, planning and coordinating meet-and-greet events, and tickets sales and distribution. Most sports promotions positions require a bachelor's degree and some experience in the marketing or sporting field. The Occupational Handbook predicts that this career will grow faster than average and the median pay is also well above the national average.

Check out the Occupational Handbook and for more ideas.

finding a job.jpg
Are you interested in learning about internships and positions related to your major? Want to practice networking with employers in your field? CEHD is bringing employers to campus to promote their positions and internship programs in the areas of:

- Non-profit, social service, education & youth development

Family Social Science & Youth Studies Employer Recruitment Event
Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
STSS Interview Center 2:30pm-4:30pm

Registration is encouraged but not required to attend. To view more details and the list of employers attending, click here.

*Dress professionally and bring copies of your resume.


Education related on-campus interviews: On-campus interviews are pre-arranged and managed through GoldPASS so please apply to be considered. These on-campus interviews are intended for upcoming licensure graduates from spring 2013 and alumni of our programs. You do not need to already have your license in order to apply.

1) Search the on-campus interview tab in GoldPASS.

2) Submit your resume and cover letter to the on-campus interviews by the deadline to be considered.

More Information:

Uncertain how on-campus interviewing works? Click here for more information.

Prepare your materials:

Visit the CEHD Career Services website (click on "Resumes & Cover Letters") for sample teacher resumes and resume & cover letter tips.


On-campus Interviews with Minneapolis Public Schools:

March 26th, 28th, 29th

STSS interview center, 524

Deadline to submit: Friday, March 15, 2013 at 3:00pm

The employer is interviewing for:

Special Education- multiple areas

World Languages- multiple areas

Bilingual/ Bicultural Elementary

Social Studies

Physical Education

Health & Physical Education

Early Childhood





Target: Meet the Bullseye Event!

| No Comments

Students can read more about the event by logging into GoldPASS and the 'Career Events' section (search on All events or select the category of 'Employer Site Visit').

To be considered for the opportunity to attend this event, students must meet the qualifications (see below), register for the opportunity to attend in GoldPASS, and also upload their resume in GoldPASS.

We're seeking students with initiative to go above and beyond
--Students within all majors, expected to graduate between December 2014 - May 2016
--3.0 GPA or above required
--Legally authorized to work in the U.S. for any employer

The deadline to apply via GoldPASS to be considered by Target for this opportunity is Wednesday, March 27th.

See the full description of the event in GoldPASS here:

(PLEASE NOTE: This is a screen capture of the event description only. Students must log into GoldPASS, register for the event, and upload their resume to be considered for the opportunity to attend.)

Strengths + Career= Finding a Job

| No Comments

Need a job? This workshop will help you explore how you can use
your strengths to finding a job.jpgcreate your personal brand which you then can use in your resume, cover letters, elevator pitch for events like career fairs, and in interviewing.

You'll leave this workshop with concrete ways that you can use each of your strengths in the job search, interviewing, and a new position.

Facilitators: Lucy Reile, College to Career Coordinator in the College of Design and Katy Hinz, Program Coordinator in the Office for Student Engagement.

Thursday, April 4th, 2013
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location:STSS 131 A

Find out more and register here!

Strengths + Engagement=Finding Your Major

| No Comments

vs0ldkegqu2xucgdfl-bqa.jpgAt this session you'll participate in a short activity that will help you explore your interests and strengths and how they can help you find engagement opportunities that are a good fit for you (such as student groups, volunteering, research, and more) by using the Engage search tool! The information from this activity will then be used to explore majors and careers through iseek, a comprehensive MN website about careers. This interactive workshop will give you insight into who you are and how you can find a major through using your strengths and getting engaged at the U!

Facilitators: Jeff Anderson, Coach in the Center for Academic Planning and Exploration (CAPE) and Katy Hinz, Program Coordinator in the Office for Student Engagement

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Appleby Hall 227

Find out more and register here!

Education Specialist Position

| No Comments

International Student and Scholar Services seeks an Assistant Education Specialist for a temporary, short term project to develop an engaging online learning environment for new international students. Students will access this online environment before they arrive on campus in order to provide cultural context around critical topic areas and resources on campus. The position may be extended beyond 6 months, based on project review during summer.

Applications must be submitted through the University's online employment system at .

Please contact Beth Isensee at or 612-626-7369 if you have any questions regarding the position.

Peace Corps Information Session

| No Comments


Attend the Peace Corps informational session to learn more about volunteer opportunities!

Tuesday, March 12th
5:00pm - 6:00pm
214 Heller Hall

TWO Returned Peace Corps Volunteers will be sharing their experiences from Guyana and The Republic of Moldova!

What do volunteers do?
Volunteers serve in education, health, business, environment, agriculture, and youth development projects. This link will take you to additional information about various assignments as well as how to qualify.

How do I apply?
Please note that the application process takes 9-12 months, so I suggest applying a year before you are ready to depart.

What are the benefits?

Peace Corps services provides many personal and professional benefits. This link will take you to information about the financial, medical, educational, and career benefits. To learn more about the personal benefits, come to our NEXT INFORMATION SESSION and hear returned volunteers tell their stories!

Life is calling. How far will you go?

Last Week for College Possible Applicants!

| No Comments


College Possible, formerly Admission Possible, is seeking AmeriCorps and VISTA members for Fall 2013! We will be selecting lots of talented, idealistic people and we would love your help in recruiting them. We get our best candidates from your referrals, so please take a moment to think of people who just might be passionate about changing the world - or others who might know of such people! Most often, our applicants are recent college graduates or current seniors looking for opportunities starting next fall.

We are excited each year by the quality applications we receive from all over the country, and with our recent national recognition - we were recently honored with Mutual of America's Community Partnership Award and The Elfenworks Foundation's In Harmony with Hope Award - helping to raise our profile, we expect the competition for these positions to be especially strong this year!

Over 130 new AmeriCorps and VISTA members will be selected to start in the fall in the Twin Cities, Milwaukee, Omaha and Portland. The Priority Application Deadline is 1/9/2013 and the Regular Application Deadline is 3/8/2013. For more details on the specific positions and deadlines, as well as a short video about opportunities with College Possible, please visit:

What is College Possible?

College Possible is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit making college admission and success possible for low-income students through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support. Our after-school services include (1) academic support through ACT/SAT test preparation; (2) college application assistance; (3) financial aid consulting; (4) guidance in the college transition; and (5) support toward college degree completion.

We currently serve nearly 2,000 students between our sites the Twin Cities (MN), Milwaukee, WI and Omaha, NE. Since our founding in 2000, we have succeeded in helping 98% of our students earn admission to college! We are currently working under a multi-year growth plan to reach 20,000 low-income students annually in 10 sites nationwide by as soon as 2015.

College Possible Highlights
1. We have 100+ socially-minded, idealistic, talented college graduates from around the country working hard towards a common goal.

2. AmeriCorps members are instrumental in the organization's success and are making a real difference in helping make college admission and success possible for low-income students. To date, 98% of our graduating seniors have been admitted to college.

3. Members who serve with College Possible gain understanding of the inner workings of a successful non-profit organization, and become extremely marketable for future graduate school and job endeavors. Past members have gone on to attend graduate school at Harvard, Berkeley, and Stanford; others have pursued careers in social work, teaching, and law.

4. Every year our AmeriCorps members become connected to an immediate social network of like-minded, idealistic recent graduates. Past members have found some of their closest friends during their year of service.

We hope you'll consider applying to serve with College Possible!

Want to change the world? Apply to be an AmeriCorps member with College Possible!

H-1B Visa Workshop - March 14

| No Comments

An immigration attorney from a local law firm will provide information on H-1B eligibility requirements, the application process, and the necessary timelines. This workshop is specifically for people who are interested in becoming an H-1B for employers other than University of Minnesota.

Date: Thursday, March 14, 2013

Time: 4:00-5:30 pm

Place: 250 Blegen Hall

No registration needed!

Meet & Greet Event with Ultimate Staffing!

| No Comments

Meet & Greet Event with Ultimate Staffing:
Friday, March 15th
U of M- eastbank STSS 518/520

Career Event ID: 1820

Recruiters from their staffing agency will be visiting the U of M to talk more with candidates about their open vacancies. Several of their opportunities are geared toward current students seeking internships and recent college graduates. Some of their recent postings to GoldPASS include:

• Business Solutions Manager
• Operations Coordinators
• Internship programs for fortune 500 companies & much more

An immigration specialist from a local immigration law firm will give an overview of employment-based visa options including H-1B Temporary Worker Visas, O-1 Extraordinary Ability Visas, as well as information on the process for becoming a permanent resident.

Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Time: 4:00-5:00 pm - Employment-based Visa
5:00-6:00 pm - Permanent Residency

Place: 1-107 Hanson Hall

No registration needed!

Summer Internship​s Available at PPL

| No Comments


Family Support Intern & Seed Camp Internship!

Family Support Intern
Division: MFIP Programs
FLSA Status: Unpaid internship
Schedule: 10-25 (2 positions at 10-15 hrs/wk, or 1 at 25 hrs/wk). Schedule to be arranged flexibly between intern and supervisor between 8 am-5 pm, weekdays.

Department Summary
The Family Support Intern provides support to PPL's two Hennepin County MFIP programs, Connections to Work and ChangePoints:
- Connections to Work provides long-term case management services to families where at least one family member has a disability or health condition which prevents full-time employment. Connections to Work assists families in addressing these barriers through strengths-based case management, individualized goal plan development and referrals to various community resources and services.
- ChangePoints provides short-term, mobile case management to families having difficulty meeting MFIP program requirements throughout Hennepin County. ChangePoints engages in proactive outreach attempts to locate these families, who are often in crisis, and connect them to needed support and resources.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: The following duties are normal for this position. These duties are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive.
- Meet one-on-one with program participants to assist in locating needed community resources and services, primarily for (but not limited to) affordable housing and employment. Provide on-going support and follow-up to referred participants.
- Help participants create resumes, set up email accounts and complete job/housing applications.
- Conduct detailed research on various community services and resources as requested and compile information into electronic database.
- Attend home visits to participants with department staff as scheduled.
- Assist with coordination of weekly, on-site participant workshops.
- Compose and publish quarterly CTW program newsletter.
- Maintain accurate and precise case notes and file documentation as directed.
- Participate in and contribute to ongoing development of dynamic programming and services by actively communicating ideas and suggestions during meetings and through individual projects.

Additional Tasks and Responsibilities: While the following tasks are necessary for the work of the unit, they are not an essential part of the purpose of this position and may also be performed by other members.
- Answer and route telephone calls and miscellaneous questions from staff, participants, vendors and the public.
- Support PPL's work and mission by accepting assignments for special projects, committees, etc.
- Maintain professional communications with program participants, co-workers and partnered services providers.
- Provide information on assigned functions.
- Perform administrative and data entry duties as requested.
- Perform other duties as assigned or directed.

To perform successfully in this internship, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Minimum Requirements
- Must be a self-starter and comfortable with minimal supervision
- High level of attention to detail and follow-through
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to adhere to HIPAA, ADA and data privacy requirements
- No criminal record of gross misdemeanors or felonies
- Available 10-25 hours per week

Minimum Technology Qualifications
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required while using technology, equipment and systems.
- Ability to use office equipment including telephone and voicemail system, copier, printer, fax machine and scanner
- Ability to access and navigate the internet and online databases
- Demonstrated proficiency with MS Word, Excel and Outlook
- Ability to navigate computer network (files, drives, and folders)

Education and/or Experience
- Actively pursuing or currently possess a degree in Human Services-related field or have experience working in Human Services-related field.
- High degree of cultural sensitivity; comfortable working with participants from diverse backgrounds.
- Knowledge of mental illness and chemical dependency issues is helpful.

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of the internship. While performing the internship duties, the intern is regularly required to sit, bend, and communicate. The intern must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10-25 pounds.

Work Environment
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions and ability to work under generally safe and comfortable conditions where exposure to environmental factors may cause discomfort and poses a limited risk of injury.

To apply: Please email resume and cover letter to Laura Ford, MFIP Programs Manager, at The application process includes an interview and background check.


Youth Day Camp Assistant Intern

Project for Pride in Living Youth Development programs provide supports and opportunities for youth from low-income families to develop academic and social competencies and confidence.

Our Summer Educational Enrichment Day (SEED) Camp provides development opportunities for elementary school youth. We are looking for people who can engage with our youth in a variety of learning activities; literacy, science, art, engineering, service projects, and field trips.

Time & Commitment:
Mid-June through mid-August.
32 hours per week for 9 weeks
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, 8 AM-4 PM

Bethlehem Community Center
2539 Pleasant Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN 55404

What kinds of things will I do?

I will know I am doing well when...

What kind of support can I expect?

What's in it for me?


Career of the Week- Coach

| No Comments

Coach_with_team_in_pregame_huddle_2.jpgFor many children, having a person in their life who believed in them and encouraged them helped to encourage them to pursue a constructive future. Sports can be a powerful way to connect kids with outlets for their talents and abilities and encourage them to success.

A coach plays a pivotal role in the athletic experience. From ensuring that development occurs to leading the charge to victory to processing through a defeat, the coach models appropriate competition and builds up the team.

Whether you are looking to coach a professional organization or a neighborhood team, a degree in Sports Management can be a great place to start. The business and leadership skills gained through this program can be invaluable in a coach's role. The field of coaching anticipates above average growth over the next 10 years. If athletics are an important part of your life and you want to encourage that passion in the lives of others, then following the path can provide you the career you have always dreamed about.

For more information, check out these websites:

Bachelor of Science in Sports Management

Graduation Planner and GoldPASS 101 Workshops

| No Comments

Join CEHD academic advisors and career counselors for two interactive and engaging workshops!

Graduation Planner 101 gradPlanLogo.gif
3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
518/520 Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Explore the requirements for majors and minors and make a plan that will help you stay on track for graduation by using the Academic Progress Audit System (APAS) report and Graduation Planner (GP). This workshop will familiarize you with these two tools, giving you more confidence when using them, and encouraging you to plan out your academic future. We also hope to inspire you to prepare for your upcoming advising appointments by using one or both of these tools before meeting with your adviser.

GoldPASS 101 Thumbnail image for Goldpass.png
3:45 pm - 4:30 pm
518/520 Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Looking for a summer job or internship? Learn how to use GoldPASS, the U of M's job and internship online database, to find opportunities that will help you gain experience and develop the skills employers are looking for. In this workshop you will create your profile, search for open positions, find career events and more!

Both workshops will be useful whether you have decided on your major or are exploring. You are welcome to attend one or both sessions!

Please RSVP here!

These workshops will be interactive, so please bring your iPad or laptop if you have one. For students who don't have a portable device, please email Kirsten Collins at to reserve one.

College of Education & Human Development | 612-626-9252 | 104 Burton Hall, 178 Pillsbury Dr SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455

© 2011 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.
The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.