You’re smart, motivated, and hungry to make an impact on the world. But at times, the pressure of where you’re heading after graduation and how to get there can feel unrelenting. When given the choice, should you put in another hour studying for finals, try to land a killer internship, take a much-needed social break or catch up on sleep? The answer isn’t always cut and dry; the pressure to succeed can weigh heavily, and you fear making a “wrong” move. In this workshop you’ll learn from Millennial expert and bestselling author, Jenny Blake, a new approach to career-building that will allow you to create a customizable, sustainable, dynamic career that you love – whether you’re still in school or preparing for life after graduation. Rather than think of your education and career linearly, like a ladder, you’ll learn how to embrace life as a smart phone: fully customizable to your skills and interests. The workshop will take place on Thursday, November 6th from 1:00pm to 2:00pm in MIT Room 1-190. The event is open to MIT undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, and alumni. Advanced registration is requested via CareerBridge.
“Life in the Age of the App” career workshop Nov. 6
November 5, 2014