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You can learn about all the clubs, organizations, and events on campus, and how to get involved by visiting cwu.presence.io. And be sure to download the CWU Involvement app to see a streamlined version of events taking place on campus. You can see all the business clubs on our College of Business Presence page as well.

 

April Events

Alpha Kappa Psi Info Sessions - April 5-8 at 5 pm

  • Interested in bettering yourself? Join Alpha Kappa Psi, today-Thursday at 5pm, to learn more about who we are and what we do.

 

What to Do if You Haven't Landed an Internship - April 5 at 5 pm on Zoom

 

Vestory Management Speaker - Barb Devereaux - April 5 at 6 pm on Zoom

 

Beyond Business: Mental Health in your Career - April 6 at 6 pm

  • Learn how someone’s career can directly impact their mental health, some tricks for dealing with the virtual world, and mental health management strategies.

 

Boeing Speaker: Nathan Heile - April 8 at 5:30 pm

  • Nathan graduated last winter with an economics degree and secured a job with Boeing in the middle of a pandemic!

 

LatinX Mixer 2021 - April 8 at 6 pm

  • Chat with LatinX CWU Alumni as they answer questions and share their stories and career advice.
  • Zoom ID: 811 0607 9516   |   Passcode: 327987

 

Finding Internships and Jobs - April 8 at 6 pm

  • Finding a job or internship can often be a job itself.  Learn about the tools and resources for an effective job & internship search through this workshop.

 

The New Corporation Screening + following Q&A with Filmmaker - April 12 at 6 pm

  • The Corporation (2003) examined an institution within society. The New Corporation reveals a world now fully remade in the corporation’s image, perilously close to losing democracy. We trace the devastating consequences, connecting the dots between then and now, and inspire with stories of resistance and change from around the world.
  • Movie password: newcorporation2021

 

Recruiting and Networking Skills - April 12 at 6 pm

  • Wiley will be raffling off 2 free sections of the Wiley CPAexcel review course (retail value $1,198). 

 

Beyond Business: Economics and Equality - April 13 at 6 pm

  • Discussion on wealth disparities and income inequality as the defining economic, moral, and political issues of our time. How can the tension between economic efficiency and equality be addressed for benefit of all?

 

Plotting your Career - April 14 at 4 pm

  • Unsure of which major to choose or a career path to follow? Find out about strategies to help you explore and decide.

 

Applying for Graduate School - April 15 at 5 pm

  • Learn the basics about how to get into graduate school.

 

Find your Voice Conference - April 19 from 11 am - 3:30 pm

  • CWU Women in Business is proud to present this year's Find your Voice Conference aimed at empowering women to celebrate their accomplishments and take charge of their own journeys.

 

Antiracism, Diversity, and Inclusivity Student Listening Session April 19 at 12 pm

  • The purpose of the survey and listening sessions is to gain an understanding of CWU stakeholder perceptions and attitudes about incorporating ADI initiatives in the curriculum, including an anti-racist/or race and ethnicity graduation requirement for undergraduate students.

 

First Pacific Financial Speaker: Jonathan Thomson - April 19 at 6 pm

 

Beyond Business: Your Authentic Self - April 20th at 6 pm

 

Building Career Connections through Informational Interviewing - April 20 at 6 pm

  • According to a National Association of Colleges & Employers recent study, more than nine out of 10 students who had internships during college engaged in networking with business professionals via informational interviews. Find out how you, too, can practice in this valuable networking activity.

 

College of Business Town Hall - April 21 at 4 pm

 

CWU Spring Virtual Career Fair - April 22 from 1-6 pm

  • The Spring Career Fair will be held online via Career Fair Plus(link is external) and is open to all who have a registered account on the site. Attendees will be able to pre-book appointments with recruiters to learn about job, internship, and graduate school opportunities.

 

Antiracism, Diversity, and Inclusivity Student Listening Session April 22 at 1:30 pm

  • The purpose of the survey and listening sessions is to gain an understanding of CWU stakeholder perceptions and attitudes about incorporating ADI initiatives in the curriculum, including an anti-racist/or race and ethnicity graduation requirement for undergraduate students.

 

Own Trail Challenge - April 26 at 6 pm

  • We think that collective good comes from owning our individual journeys. That by sharing the trails we blaze through life, we can serve ourselves and others, and together have a bigger, more authentic impact on the world. Because every woman is a trailblazer.

 

Beyond Business: Why Give? - April 27 at 6 pm

 

Give Central - April 28 and 29

 

Managing your Brand - April 29 at 4 pm

  • The focus of this workshop is to answer the following questions: What is a brand? How can I create one? Where and how do I use it?

 

May Events

Building Communication Skills - May 3 at 6 pm

 

DA Davidson Speaker - May 3 at 6 pm

 

Northwest Center for Sport Conference - May 4

 

Beyond Business: Safer Spaces I - May 4 at 6 pm

  • This workshop stems from the Safer Space initiative to understand the multi-faceted aspects of the LGBTQ+ community. Here, students will have the opportunity to participate in interactive exercises, discussions, and sustained dialogue that provide understanding about the LGBTQ+ community. Additionally, students will get a chance to increase their understanding about the terminology, privilege, and social constructs of gender. By providing students with the necessary information and tools, we contribute to providing CWU with ways in which they can become better allies and promote an inclusive campus community.

 

Articulating Your Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities to Potential Employers - May 4 at 6 pm

  • It’s one thing to relate in your resume what you did in previous roles, quite another to articulate how, why, where, when, and for whom you did it, and to quantify the benefiting results you provided. Learn how to write strong bulleted descriptive statements that will make you stand out from other applicants for even the most competitive positions.

 

Tips on Conducting a Virtual InterviewMay 5 at 4 pm

  • Most interviews are occurring online currently and this workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to adjust to interviewing online.  Examples are: preparing your interview environment, tech tips, and a couple of advantages to online interviewing.

 

Launch Conference - May 7 from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

  • The purpose of the Launch Conference is to connect our graduating seniors to professionals in their area of study both to network and get advice on transitioning into workforce.

 

Guess the Emoji - May 10 at 6 pm

 

Beyond Business: Safer Spaces II - May 11 at 6 pm

  • This workshop stems from the Safer Space initiative to understand the multi-faceted aspects of the LGBTQ+ community. Here, students will have the opportunity to participate in interactive exercises, discussions, and sustained dialogue that provide understanding about the LGBTQ+ community. Additionally, students will get a chance to increase their understanding about the terminology, privilege, and social constructs of gender. By providing students with the necessary information and tools, we contribute to providing CWU with ways in which they can become better allies and promote an inclusive campus community.

 

Non-Technical Career Opportunities in Tech - May 12 at 4 pm

  • Please join us for a livestream panel discussion with women who are alumni from universities across Washington state and work at Google in the Seattle metro area. We will share and explore how these women have leveraged their education and their personal experiences to find a fulfilling non-technical career in technology and what has been most impactful for them along the way.

 

Fevergeon Financial Speaker - May 17 at 6 pm

 

Podcast/TED Talk Discussion - May 17 at 6 pm

 

2021 BEA Ethics Case Competition Kickoff - May 18 at 6 pm

 

Beyond Business: Retirement, Really? - May 18 at 6 pm

 

Crafting Effective Cover Letters - May 18 at 6 pm

 

Non-Technical Career Opportunities in Tech - May 19 at 4 pm

  • Please join us for a livestream panel discussion with women who are alumni from universities across Washington state and work at Google in the Seattle metro area. We will share and explore how these women have leveraged their education and their personal experiences to find a fulfilling non-technical career in technology and what has been most impactful for them along the way.

 

SOURCE - May 19 and May 20

  • The mission of the Symposium for University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) is to provide a university-wide forum for Central Washington University (CWU) students, encouraging equity, diversity, and inclusivity, representing all disciplines and experience levels, to present their mentored research, scholarship, and creative works in a juried environment that meets professional conference standards and expectations.

 

Non-Technical Career Opportunities in Tech - May 20 at 4 pm

  • Please join us for a livestream panel discussion with women who are alumni from universities across Washington state and work at Google in the Seattle metro area. We will share and explore how these women have leveraged their education and their personal experiences to find a fulfilling non-technical career in technology and what has been most impactful for them along the way.

 

Power of Mentoring - May 24 at 6 pm

 

Beyond Business: Avoiding Burnout - May 25 at 6 pm

 

College of Business Honors Reception - May 26 at 5 pm

 

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