Student Life Event

Northern Valley Career's "Career Conversations

DATE: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 to Wednesday, March 3, 2021
LOCATION: College-Wide - Via Zoom/Online

Event Description

Students, As we welcome you back to campus this Spring, part of our traditional student life programming has been transformed in light of CoVID-19. However, this change is to your advantage! One of the biggest questions your advisors and counselors get is What do I do with this degree after I graduate? Well, I have a way to help you answer that question. On March 2nd and 3rd Northern Valley Careers and area businesses are partnering to help your career discernment and placement opportunities during Career Conversations Week – two days in the first week of March that can help you learn about the careers you’re already preparing for, or discover opportunities you never even knew existed. Registration is easy. Just head to: Select “student registration” and you’ll be able to pick from several different areas based on your personal and professional interests. (Registration is now open, and will close after February 19th) These areas will give you the ability to learn from professionals in our region in the following categories: • Architecture or Engineering • Banking, Insurance, Investing or Accounting • Business, Human Resources or Supply Chain Management • CEO, CFO, President, Vice President, or Entrepreneurship • Computer, Science, Math or Unmanned Aerial Systems • Education, Social Work, Community or Social Services • Healthcare or Healthcare Support • Legal or Protective Services • Sales, Marketing, Communications, or Hospitality • Skilled Traces, Mechanics, Agriculture or Construction Some select faculty may be mentioning this opportunity in class, so please take advantage of this event. It’s a great time to learn from practitioners and begin navigating your future!

Contact Information

  • Jason Pangiarella
  • Success Coordinator/Advisor
  • (218) 683-8548

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