Workshops & Events


Upcoming Workshops & Events

Peer Career Coaching  Drop Ins Every Week Day (1101992)

Peer Career Coaching Drop Ins Every Week Day

Do you have a quick question and want to talk to the Knowlton Center? Have a resume for us to review? Not sure where to get started and want to see what resources we offer?
Peer Coaches are available to work with you every week day. Check out the times below and stop by the Knowlton Center.
Fall Semester Schedule:
MONDAYS: 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
TUESDAYS: 9:00 AM – 11:15 AM
WEDNESDAYS: 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
THURSDAYS: 10:30 AM -1:15 PM
FRIDAYS: 9:00 AM- 2:30 PM

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Credential: Financial Management (1083125)

Credential: Financial Management

The program contains modules that will introduce you to apply skills in finance, accounting, and economics. This program focuses on applying knowledge, up-skilling, and mimic's "on-the-job" training.
By the end of this program, you will know how to create financial statements, comprehend the investment and capital decisions needed in various scenarios, and understand how the economy can affect your strategy.
Learning Objectives:
Introduction to Financial Statements Analysis
Create and analyze balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, and statements of retained earnings
Describe the role of footnotes and MD&A in the total analysis of financial statements
Calculate and apply financial ratios and models as a part of a complete analysis
Econ 101
Discuss money's role in an economy
Describe the gold standard vs. fiat currency
Apply the prevailing economic theory to current economic situations
Explain the roles of the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury and how they differ
Compare and contrast monetary and fiscal policy
Corporate Finance in Action
Describe the process of starting a business from the inception of the idea to taking a company public
Identify various types of business structures.
Explain how companies use their assets and liabilities
This Credential program is 10 weeks with 30 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the course syllabus in Key Performance areas.
WHEN & WHERE:
Mondays: September 5 - November 14, 2022 (No class on October 17)
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Denison Edge: 300 Marconi Blvd, STE 200, Columbus, OH 43215
COST:
$1600*
INSTRUCTOR:
Ronnie Weiner is a Senior Lecturer for The Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University and is co-founder of the EdTech company, CICA (seek-a). Before starting in academia, Ronnie began his career as a bond trader and rose to manage over $4B in assets. Ronnie studied mathematics, political science, pre-law, and mathematical philosophy during his undergraduate years at Ohio University. He also received his master of Financial Economics at Ohio University. With his EdTech company, he and his business partner hope to spread the foundations of financial literacy to all.
*This program is free for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Ask your career center for the promotional code.*

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Credential: Marketing & Brand Strategy (1083106)

Credential: Marketing & Brand Strategy

Participants will understand marketing as a fundamental discipline needed to create and build successful brands, businesses, nonprofits, products, and even professional individual identities. This course introduces concepts and then quickly provides you with opportunities to apply them to real-world opportunities or challenges through individual assignments and group projects.
This Credential program is 10 weeks with 30 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the course syllabus in Key Performance areas.
*NOTE: This course is a prerequisite for the Marketing Communications Credential.
WHEN & WHERE:
Tuesdays: September 6 – November 15, 2022 (No class on October 18)
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM ET
Denison Edge: 300 Marconi Blvd, STE 200, Columbus, OH 43215
COST:
$1,600*
INSTRUCTOR:
Neil Collins is the President and Founder of Results Marketing Group. Previously Neil has served in marketing leadership roles for national consumer brands like Aquafresh, Renu, and Classico Italian foods. He later served as CEO for an accredited career education business and CMO for a major independent energy supplier to millions of customers, households, and businesses. Currently, Neil serves as a Leader at Innovate New Albany, a business incubator and hub for innovators and entrepreneurs who are serious about building valuable and sustainable businesses.
*This program is free for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Contact your career center for the promotional code.

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Credential: Logistics & Supply Chain Management (1044507)

Credential: Logistics & Supply Chain Management

The program's primary intent is to show the critical strategic and financial significance the supply chain has on a company's ability to add customer value. Specific attention is paid to critical industry framework (which includes, but is not limited to, distribution, procurement, inventory, transportation, and information technology) and its impact on individual businesses, industry sectors, and the local, national, regional, and global economies. The relationship between SCM and other business areas and the importance of cost and trade-offs will be analyzed.
By the end of this program, you will be able to:
Describe the differences between Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Describe the critical areas of SCM and their relationship to each other and other areas of the business.
Define and explain key terms, processes, concepts, and methodologies used in SCM
Understand and explain the economic and strategic importance of the supply chain
Examine a supply chain and know where to look to increase efficiency, decrease complexity, and improve processes.
*This Credential program is 8 weeks with 24 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the course syllabus's Key Performance areas.*
WHEN & WHERE:
Mondays: September 12 - November 7 (No class 10/17)
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM ET
Denison Edge: 300 Marconi Blvd, #200, Columbus, OH 43215
COST:
$1,600*
INSTRUCTOR:
Jeremy Banta is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with over 30 years of experience in civilian and military logistics. He is a Professor of Supply Chain Management at Columbus State and co-founder of the Ohio Supply Chain Academic Network. He serves on multiple school and organizational boards and is a member of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. His 20-year military career includes 15 years of full-time service in the Ohio National Guard and deployments to Iraq and Kuwait.
*This program is free for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Contact your career center for the promotional code.

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Credential: Business Analytics (1044224)

Credential: Business Analytics

In this course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of analytics and how to deploy these technologies to support an organization’s business strategy. Participants will better understanding of analytics techniques, applications, governance, and ethics/risks using real-life examples. By the end of this course, you will have a foundational understanding of analytics in business and be able to identify use-cases and opportunities to incorporate these capabilities into an organization’s business strategy.
This Credential program is 8 weeks with 24 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the Key Performance areas in the course syllabus.
WHEN & WHERE:
Tuesdays: September 13 – November 8, 2022 (No class on October 18)
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM ET
Denison Edge: 300 Marconi Blvd, STE 200, Columbus, OH 43215
COST:
$1,600*
INSTRUCTOR:
Dave Cherry is a thought leader, executive strategist, and speaker who helps clients define a customer experience strategy, enabled by innovation and informed by analytics. He is a member of the International Institute of Analytics Expert Panel, serves on the Women in Analytics Advisory Board, and serves as an Adjunct Professor teaching a graduate class on Retail Analytics & Trends. He is also the co-author of “Analytics Interpreted: A Compilation of Perspectives”. Dave holds a BS in Economics with a dual degree in Finance and Law from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
*This program is free for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Contact your career center for the promotional code.

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Journey Program: Fall Semester Evening Edition (1032637)

Journey Program: Fall Semester Evening Edition

Sophomores and Juniors are invited to participate in the Journey Program during 4 Wednesday evening cohort sessions this semester. In these sessions, (September 14, 21, 28 and Oct 5) you will become intentional about your life and utilize your time at Denison in the most powerful way possible.
You will spend time reflecting on what fulfills you, determine how to be successful, and craft a detailed plan for the rest of your time at Denison. You will be able to progress from being uncertain about potential career options to developing a career exploration plan roadmap.
Attend the Journey Program if…
You are unclear about what career path(s) might be of interest to you
You feel unsure about where to start in your career planning
You want to learn more about how to obtain the information you need in order to make career planning decisions
You want to create a career roadmap for your remaining time at Denison
You want to narrow down your choices
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 5

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Credential: Marketing Communications (1044616)

Credential: Marketing Communications

*Taking the Marketing & Brand Strategy Credential is strongly recommended as it is a prerequisite for this program. Questions: contact colantoniom@denison.edu*
This course will explore how brand strategy and planning effectively come to life across various channels in a larger marketing ecosystem. From brand identity, advertising, and creative execution, this course will equip you with a strong understanding of marketing and communication principles that guide a brand’s go-to-market strategy and help them win with consumers.
Learn more about:
Paid, earned, and owned channels
Marketing strategy creation
Customer segmentation
Campaign and creative concepting
Key messaging and content strategy
Design and visual identity
Traditional and out-of-home advertising
Paid media, SEO, and other digital channels
Social media advertising
Digital PR, including trust-building
Emerging technology
*This Credential program is 8 weeks with 24 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the course syllabus’s Key Performance areas.*
WHEN & WHERE:
Wednesdays: September 14 – November 9 (No class 10/12)
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM ET
Denison Edge: 300 Marconi Blvd, #200, Columbus, OH 43215
COST:
$1,600*
INSTRUCTOR:
Ashley Gill is a career-long marketer with over 20 years of experience in the agency and client side. Her strong background in brand strategy advertising, content, and digital marketing has enabled her to lead successful multi-year agency relationships for brands like Charles Schwab, Nationwide, Google, GE Global Research, AEP Energy, and The James Cancer Hospital. She has also led the in-house brand strategy team at Ayco/Goldman Sachs and specializes in financial services and healthcare marketing. In addition to her love for all things marketing, Ashley is passionate in the areas of leadership, career development & coaching, and workplace culture.
*This program is free for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Contact your career center for the promotional code.

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Accelerator: Financial Innovations - The Digital World (1066256)

Accelerator: Financial Innovations - The Digital World

The buzz around cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and NFTs aren’t going away anytime soon. This course will give you a deeper understanding of financial digital assets and how they affect the world we live in. Topics covered include:
Blockchain and its applications
Fiat money
Private cryptocurrencies
Central bank cryptocurrency
Smart contracts
NFTs (non-fungible tokens)
Digital assets in the metaverse
WHEN:
Wednesdays: 9/21/22 - 10/12/22 (6 PM - 8 PM EDT)
WHERE:
via Zoom
Cost:
$100
Please Note: Your full participation includes attending all classes, which will earn you a digital badge highlighting the time and effort you put into this program. The badge can be added to your LinkedIn profile and resume. We encourage you to leave your camera on to complete the participation requirements for virtual programs.
Instructor:
Dr. Khosrow Doroodian, the co-founder of the Center for International Career Advancement (CICA), earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Oregon in 1981 and joined Ohio University in 1982. He has published numerous scholarly articles in professional journals and has presented at various professional conferences. He is the founder of the Master of Financial Economics (MFE) at Ohio University.
*This program is FREE for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Ask your advisor for the promotional code.*

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Accelerator: Financial Statements for Decision Making (1109407)

Accelerator: Financial Statements for Decision Making

Financial statements provide information to help people make decisions and set priorities based on an organization’s financial condition and performance. In this program, you will:
Develop a basic understanding of the interrelationships of the three main financial statements used in making business decisions:
-Balance Sheets
-Income Statements
-Statements of Cash Flows
-Understand how organizations are presented to the public through annual financial reports
-Learn how banks use organizations’ financial statements to make financing decisions
-Understand how individual shareholders use financial statements to make investing decisions
-Acquire the skills and tools necessary to understand and analyze the three main types of financial statements
-Make decisions based on financial statement analysis
At the conclusion of this program, you will be able to read, interpret, and analyze real-world balance sheets, income statements, and statements of cash flows to facilitate valued decision-making.
WHEN & WHERE:
Mondays: September 26 - October 10
6 PM - 8 PM ET
Virtual (via Zoom)
INSTRUCTOR:
This program is led by Louann Cummings, a tenured Professor of Business at the University of Findlay ​and former Fulbright Scholar and Specialist. She received her BA in economics from Denison University, an MBA (and CPA) from the University of Toledo, and a Doctor of Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University. She also worked for Root Learning, Inc. developing learning map technologies for companies such as Harley-Davidson, ATT Wireless, Motorola, UPS, and Whirlpool. Her passion is helping students and colleagues, regardless of their course of study, become exceptional global leaders who truly make a difference.
*This program is FREE for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Ask your advisor for the promotional code.*

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Accelerator: Pivot Tables in Excel (1066170)

Accelerator: Pivot Tables in Excel

Learn how to build and use pivot tables, and pivot graphs, and efficiently produce summary statistics from your data sets.
No experience with Pivot Tables required; prior experience with Excel (such as the Intro to Excel Accelerator) and knowledge of basic statistics (averages, range, etc.)
Explore and produce pivot tables, graphs, and summary statistics from large data sets. This course is intended for those who have a basic understanding of summary statistics and want to efficiently navigate through data to determine the best course of action. Learn the power of pivot tables for efficient data analysis and how to tell the best “story” from your data.
Expectation – interest in trying Excel, self-motivation, basic Excel understanding (such as from the Accelerator: Intro to Excel)
Homework – exercises may be assigned after each session for your own practice
When:
Thursdays: 9/29/22 - 10/6/22 (6PM - 8PM EDT)
Where:
via Zoom
Cost:
$100
NOTE: By participating and attending all of the classes, you will earn a credential that signifies the time and effort you put into this program. You can include this credential on your resume and post it to your LinkedIn profile.
Instructor:
Amanda Swanson is a statistician and (Otterbein) MBA graduate with 15 years of product development experience, concentrated on leveraging data-focused innovation and problem-solving techniques. Identifying consumer problems and optimizing possible solutions (products) is her career passion. She has had the opportunity to share her skills with companies like Nestle, E&J Gallo Winery, and Disney and also enjoys watching baseball and practicing yoga in her free time.
*This program is FREE for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Ask your advisor for the promotional code.*

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JPMorgan Chase Career Trek (1125922)

JPMorgan Chase Career Trek

Are you curious about the leader in global financial services? How can you get a paid summer internship that provides training, on the job experience, and career progression? Interested in a rotation development program when you graduate? What questions do you have for a financial services firm with $2.4 trillion in assets and approximately 240,000 employees?
JP Morgan Chase has invited Denison Students to visit their Polaris location in Columbus on October 6 to have these questions and others answered by Alumni.
Learn about their Full time rotation programs: Global Finance & Business Management Analyst, Corporate Analyst Development Program, Chase Leadership Development Program and Summer Internship Programs.
Experience their company culture first-hand and learn about other areas of the business during a tour and conversations with alums and current analysts - iincluding members of employee resource groups . https://www.jpmorganchase.com/about/people-culture/employee-programs
This is also great opportunity to get on their recruiting team's radar and set yourself up for a potential internship. Apply for opportunities here: https://careers.jpmorgan.com/global/en/students
*JPMorgan does not typically sponsor CPT/OPT
Mandatory transportation will be provided. Please register by October 3rd at noon. If you are also registered for the Career Crawl hosted by Denison Edge, you will be provided transportation to Denison Edge for the Career Crawl and transported back to campus afterwards.
The Knowlton Center does not endorse or support missing class for this event. If you would like to attend but will need to miss a class to do so, please speak with your faculty member prior to registration to obtain approval.

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Southern Teachers Agency Tabling In Slayter  (1130561)

Southern Teachers Agency Tabling In Slayter

Don't miss an opportunity to speak with representatives from the Southern Teachers Agency as they visit campus to table in Slayter and hold interviews!
We help college graduates find teaching jobs in college-preparatory schools around the South.
The teaching environment in these private/independent schools can be wonderful because of their small class sizes, their college-bound students, and their close-knit communities. At independent schools, quality isn’t just about test scores and college acceptances; it’s also the unique way that teachers maximize the potential of their students.
While successful progress through a teacher-education program is prized, and essential for some jobs (e.g., for elementary, music, arts, and P.E. teachers), for many positions a teaching certificate is not required. Math majors can be hired to teach math; Spanish majors can teach Spanish, etc. Candidates do, however, need a strong academic record and the personal characteristics that will enable them to manage and motivate K-12 students. To summarize: Teacher certification is not required for most jobs.
In addition to holding an information table in Slayter, The Southern Teachers Agency will also be holding interviews on campus!
The interview schedule can be found on Handshake using the link provided below.
https://app.joinhandshake.com/edu/interview_schedules/186970

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Reaching the End Goal (1143385)

Reaching the End Goal

The Black Student Union, BLASS, DIG, First-Gen Network and the Knowlton Center for Career Exploration have partnered to present Reaching The End Goal.
Participate in whatever ways best fit your schedule during common hour!
On Reese Shackleford Commons there will be peer career fellows and Knowlton Staff available to take LinkedIn headshots and do quick LinkedIn Profile reviews. In addition, you can schedule a follow-up appointment with a coach and learn more about career communities.
In the Center for Belonging and Inclusion there will be two workshop opportunities.
11:00 am will focus on resume writing. After the 30-minute session, coaches will stick around to answer individual questions.
12:00 pm will focus on how to leverage your summer through internships, volunteering and more.
Participate in any or all of these great offerings!

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United States Air Force Chaplain Corps Virtual Info Session  (1121975)

United States Air Force Chaplain Corps Virtual Info Session

Are you considering a career as a religious ministry professional in your faith community?
Live out your faith calling by serving as a military chaplain. Learn about internship programs that are available while completing your graduate theological studies. Discover future part-time and full-time ministry opportunities!
• Learn the unique qualities of an Air Force Chaplain
• Understand our graduate school internship program
• Explore opportunities for future part-time and full-time careers.
Join us for a virtual information session with the United states Air Force Chaplain Corps on October 6 at 2:00PM.
Meeting ID: 160 720 3409
Passcode: 812602
Call In #: 551-285-1373
POC: 210-380-9428 (text for issues joining)

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Cintas Corporation On Campus Tabling In Slayter  (1131674)

Cintas Corporation On Campus Tabling In Slayter

Don't miss a chance to talk to Ellie Grescovich, a Human Resources manager with Cintas Corporation as she visits campus and holds an information table in Slayter on Friday October 7 from 1-3PM.
Cintas Corporation helps more than one million businesses of all types and sizes get Ready™ to open their doors with confidence every day by providing products and services that help keep their customers’ facilities and employees clean, safe and looking their best. With offerings including uniforms, mats, mops, restroom supplies, first aid and safety products, fire extinguishers and testing, and safety training, Cintas helps customers get  Ready  for the Workday®. The company is also the creator of the Total Clean Program™ — a first-of-its-kind service that includes scheduled delivery of essential cleaning supplies, hygienically clean laundering, and sanitizing and disinfecting products and services.

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Guidepoint On Campus Exclusive Recruiter Luncheon!  (1136804)

Guidepoint On Campus Exclusive Recruiter Luncheon!

Join us for a luncheon with Teckla Persons, a recruiter with Guidepoint, happening on October 10th from 12:30PM-1:30PM in the Slayter Union Shepardson College Room.
Teckla will be back on campus Tuesday October 11 to hold interviews in Burton Morgan Atrium 3.
Guidepoint is the second largest Expert Network firm that answers niche business and research questions through connecting clients to subject matter experts, conducting in-depth analysis, and surveys. Our client base consists of 9 out of the top 10 consulting firms in the world, Fortune 500 companies and financial institutions such as investment banks, private equity, and hedge funds.

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SHARE Mobility - Founder Ryan McManus - Lunch and Learn (1145762)

SHARE Mobility - Founder Ryan McManus - Lunch and Learn

Hear from Ryan about his entrepreneurship story + learn about SHARE Mobility. and current internship and job opportunities.
*Registration required using googledoc included below since lunch will be provided
Other opportunities include 1 on 1s with Ryan from 1:30-3:00pm and information conversation from 3-4pm in Burton Morgan 3rd floor atrium (Whits and Wisdom!)
At SHARE Mobility, we make transportation
that gets people to work safely and sustainably.
A Vision for Better Transportation
SHARE Mobility was founded with the belief that one day everyone will be a passenger. Today, we are serving those who are always passengers by working with companies to create sponsored transportation services.
Our mission is to be the safest and most sustainable transportation solutions for companies to get their employees to work.
Designed for Commuters
We started operating transportation services 2017 and since then, we have travelled over a million miles to get people to work. We used this data to build a smart and efficient solution for commuters that meets the requirements of global enterprise companies
From the vehicles and drivers to the routing algorithms that ensure on-time arrival, we have designed a commuter transportation service that can work for companies in rural and urban areas.
SHARE Mobility is a technology company based in Columbus, OH and we help organizations solve complex transportation problems. Our technology consists of a dispatch/agent platform, web based rider booking application, and a driver application.

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Whits & Wisdom w/ Start-Up Founder Ryan McManus - SHARE Mobility (1143765)

Whits & Wisdom w/ Start-Up Founder Ryan McManus - SHARE Mobility

Students are invited to drop-in for informal conversation with Ryan about the company he founded SHARE Mobility, his experience as an entrepreneur, job opportunities at SHARE, career advice, etc!
Here is a little bit about Ryan from his LinkedIn profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanpmcmanus/
Hi and thanks for reading this 'about me'. I am a mobility entrepreneur and a few years ago I started SHARE Mobility to be a part of the transformation of the automotive industry into the mobility industry. I am very interested in autonomous vehicles and the connected car innovations that will create a future where everyone is a passenger. Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is going to enable people to use multimodal transportation and mobility subscriptions will replace car ownership. My goal with SHARE Mobility is to get large organizations and cities to offer MaaS as a benefit.
I host a podcast about transportation called Commute. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJGh3av0JOnxupilM5g6pew
I write about transportation and mobility on Medium. www.medium.com/@rynmcmns

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Study Abroad Opportunities for STEM or Pre-Health Majors (1144779)

Study Abroad Opportunities for STEM or Pre-Health Majors

Are you a STEM or Pre-Health major and think that you can't study abroad?
Most likely you CAN!
The Knowlton Center & The Center for Global Programs created this event just for you. Come hear from STEM students who have gone abroad, learn about popular STEM program options, and explore the possibilities!
Dinner is included.
Be sure to register so we have enough CHIPOTLE for everyone!

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AAMC Virtual  Medical School Fair (1127326)

AAMC Virtual Medical School Fair

Speak with Admissions Officers at the Fair!
October 12-13, 2022
Wednesday, October 12 | Live Information Sessions: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET
Thursday, October 13 | Chat with Medical Schools: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. ET
Speak directly with participating medical schools, associations, and programs to help you gain information and insights about applying to medical school.
The fair is open and free for all attendees interested in a career in medicine. Your FREE registration includes a 15% discount on a 1-or 2-year subscription to the Medical School Admissions Requirements™ (MSAR®) website. This resource contains comprehensive profiles for each medical school and allows you to save favorites, take notes, compare schools side by side, send your favorites list to your advisor and more!

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Nationwide Insurance (Financial Services) On Campus Exclusive Info Session- With Recruiters!  (1136622)

Nationwide Insurance (Financial Services) On Campus Exclusive Info Session- With Recruiters!

Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to meet with recruiters from Nationwide Insurance - Financial Services who will be on campus to hold an information session to discuss internships and full time opportunities!
Taking place October 12th from 12:30-1:20PM in Knobel Hall (3rd floor Burton Morgan) Lunch will be provided!
We are writing to let you know that Nationwide Insurance, ranked No. 80 on the 2022 Fortune 500 list, is coming to campus on Wednesday, October 12, at 12:30 for an information session and informal coffee chat! Because the coffee chat is informal, please feel free to pop in as your schedule allows.
Nationwide is currently recruiting for four different positions. While we list related majors, anyone who is interested and feels they possess the related skills is encouraged to apply.
INTERNAL AUDIT
Internship and Full time opportuniites
Focus on emerging operational and technology risk. Inspire collaboration in problem-solving, driving efficiencies and generating new ideas to continuously push innovation in risk management functions. Skills include: strategic influencer and communicators, with an innovative mindset, and strong critical-thinking and project management skills. Some experience with data analytics tools is desired.
Majors: Computer Science, Data Analytics, Econ/Finance, Global Commerce, Math, Applied Math.
CONTROLLERSHIP
Internship and Full Time Opportunities
Focus on delivering efficient and effective business processes, data management and financial reporting control program management. Engage in self-led continuous improvement projects, drive innovation, analyze business processes and update to close gaps.
Majors: GC, Econ/FIN, Math, Data Analytics
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Internship Financial Services/Financial Advisory Services
Full time Territory Consultant/B2B Sales
Full Time Representative, Solutions Center
These positions include a range of opportunities, from product management to data analytics, to professional development, to data management, and more.
Majors: Data Analytics, CS, Econ/Finance, Global Commerce, Math, Communication, or anyone interested in finance.
PERSONAL LINES FIELD PRODUCT
Internship
Interns will work on one of these teams:
Product Team: We are the hub of many business units and work to achieve profitability and growth goals. This role is a great launching point at Nationwide because of the diversity of experience you gain. Every day creates new opportunities and no two days are the same.
Underwriting Portfolio Analytics Team: The skills and experience necessary in this role are the same as the Product roles. This intern, though, will help the underwriting team analyze countrywide workflows, provide data and support for analytical models, organize data from large data sets, and work with Underwriting leadership to turn insights into actions that will improve profitability and reduce costs.
Majors: any major with problem solving and analytical skills, natural curiosity to explore issues and ask questions, some data analysis skills preferred - Data Analytics, Computer Science, Econ/Finance, Global Commerce, Math, Communication
Following the info session in Knobel Hall, the recruiters with Nationwide will be holding coffee chats in the third floor atrium of Burton Morgan from 1:30-3:30PM, this portion of their visit will be informal, you are welcome to stop by at any point!

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Nationwide Insurance On Campus Exclusive Coffee Chats With Recruiters!  (1136728)

Nationwide Insurance On Campus Exclusive Coffee Chats With Recruiters!

Join us on October 12th
1:30PM-3:30PM in the 3rd Floor Atrium of Burton D. Morgan for coffee chats with Nationwide Insurance
**This is an informal event- you are welcome to stop by at any point!
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to meet with recruiters from Nationwide Insurance who will be on campus hosting coffee chats to discuss internship and full time opportunities!
The departments of focus for recruitment are:
INTERNAL AUDIT:
Internship Handshake ID: 515573
Full time Handshake ID: 6903232
CONTROLLERSHIP:
Internship Handshake ID: 6940553
Full Time Handshake ID- 6940682
FINANCIAL SERVICES:
Internship Handshake ID: 5201236
Full time Handshake ID: 4414582
Full Time Handshake ID: 7033048
PERSONAL LINES FIELD PRODUCT:
Internship Handshake ID: 6830700

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AAF Agency Tour, Columbus (1138788)

AAF Agency Tour, Columbus

AAF Agency Tour - Denison
Thursday, October 13, 2022
8:15 AM - 4:30 PM
treetree, WillowTree, The Shipyard
Columbus
Exclusive signup day deadline for next Monday 10/3.
Registration available at:
https://aafcolumbus.wildapricot.org/event-4978937
Calling Denison Students!
Join the American Advertising Federation of Columbus and spend the day touring three of Columbus' most well respected agencies in the fields of digital communications, advertising, marketing, creative, and application development. You'll spend the entire day visiting agencies at their downtown offices and listening to presentations from various staff about what it takes to be successful in their field. There will also be a Q&A session at each agency so you can ask the questions that matter most to you.
To finish the day several members of AAF Columbus will join you at The Shipyard for the AAF Round Up. We'll talk to you about your experience and answer general industry and hiring questions you might have.
Sign up early–due to space limitations only 15 spots are available.
Participating Agencies:
- treetree - A woman-owned, marketing and creative agency specializing in business-to-business projects.
- WillowTree - A national agency that specializes in the design, engineering, and building of digital products and experiences.
-The Shipyard - A data-driven strategy, creative, and media analytics agency.
Tentative Schedule:
9am - treetree
11am - WillowTree
1230 - Break for lunch
2pm - The Shipyard
3:30pm - AAF Round up (at Shipyard)
NOTES:
- Students are responsible for their own transportation for the day and lunch during break (The Knowlton Center will provide transportation and lunch)
- Covid-19 policy from the Shipyard: All associates and visitors must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or present a negative COVID test (not older than 7 days) to come into the office/attend in-person events.
-This is a full-day commitment. Mandatory transportation will be provided.
The Knowlton Center does not endorse or support missing class for this event. If you would like to attend but will need to miss a class to do so, please speak with your faculty member prior to registration to obtain approval.

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Citi - West Coast Sales and Trading - Alumni Virtual Info Session!  (1137030)

Citi - West Coast Sales and Trading - Alumni Virtual Info Session!

Don't miss a chance to hear from Alumni Jon Behnke '09 with Citi and Angelica Biglieri, an Assistant Vice President on the Foreign Exchange Institutional Sales with Citi, as they hold a virtual info session to discuss their paths to Citi, as well as internship and full time job opportunities that are available! *Open to hiring CPT/OPT
Opportunities to be discussed: Sales and Trading, Summer Intern (23) and Full Time Analyst roles in San Francisco and LA. Links to job application after speaker bios.
Speakers include:
Jon Behnke graduated Denison in 2009 with a degree in Economics and was a member of the Swim team. He is a Vice President of US Institutional Equity Sales based in San Francisco. He has been in the business for 13 years, the most recent 8 years at Citigroup and the 5 years prior at Janney Capital Markets. He is responsible for covering the West Coast’s largest Long-Only and Hedge Fund investors as well as startup institutional platforms. He works closely with partners in Prime Brokerage, Cap Intro, Derivatives, and Algo/Electronic Trading. Jon also Co-Manages Citi’s San Francisco Summer Analyst & Full-Time Analyst Program.
Angelica Biglieri is an Assistant Vice President on the Foreign Exchange Institutional Sales team based in San Francisco. She mainly covers real money clients (asset managers, pension funds, insurance companies). This is her 3rd year at Citigroup after joining directly out of college where she attended California Polytechnic State University. Angelica is on the Recruiting Committee for Citi Markets RISE (women’s network) and is a mentor for Citi’s Early ID Leadership Program (virtual program for sophomores that focuses on identifying, mentoring and hiring top diverse talent for our summer analyst programs across the firm). She is also assisting in the Sales and Trading recruiting process for the SF and LA offices.
https://jobs.citi.com/job/san-francisco/sales-and-trading-full-time-analyst-san-francisco-north-america-2023/287/34476041488
https://jobs.citi.com/job/los-angeles/sales-and-trading-full-time-analyst-los-angeles-north-america-2023/287/34476040992
*Citi is looking for full-time Analysts to join the Markets team in North America. In Markets, we advise our clients on the best investment opportunities. For them, we buy, sell, and structure across equities, commodities, credit, futures and FX. Our Markets Analyst Program is unlike any other on Wall Street. It is a highly competitive and selective program that gives you the opportunity to actively participate in the research, trading and marketing of securities to our institutional client base. In addition, as a full-time analyst, you will be given the opportunity to rotate across both product and function, to gain a well-rounded experience over your two years.
https://jobs.citi.com/job/san-francisco/sales-and-trading-summer-analyst-san-francisco-north-america-2023/287/23743218288
https://jobs.citi.com/job/los-angeles/sales-and-trading-summer-analyst-los-angeles-north-america-2023/287/23743218224
*Citi is looking for Summer Analysts to join the Markets and Securities Services: Markets team in North America. As part of Markets and Securities Services, your work can make an immediate impact. From providing financing solutions to the world’s leading corporations, governments, and institutional investors to offering a robust range of products and services, you will gain varied and thorough knowledge in this diverse rotational program. Our Markets Analyst Program is unlike any other on Wall Street. It is a highly competitive and selective program that gives you the opportunity to actively participate in the research, trading and marketing of securities to our institutional client base. In addition, as a Summer Analyst, you will be given the opportunity to rotate across both product and function, to a gain a well-rounded experience over your 10 weeks.

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Ohio Medical Education Day (OMED) (1103212)

Ohio Medical Education Day (OMED)

OMED 2022: Annual Pre-Med Conference Held This Year at The University of Toledo- College of Medicine and Life Sciences: Saturday, October 15, 2022!
Ohio Medical Education Day is the premier event for all Ohio Pre-Medical students to gather for a day-long conference in the state, at one of our great Ohio medical schools, and learn about the path to preparing for medical school from the experts, how to build your application, and hear from admissions offices throughout the state.
You’ll also have the chance to attend the Medical School Fair, where state medical schools and current students gather to share information with Ohio pre-med students. Our 10th Annual OMED Day will be in person at the University of Toledo -College of Medicine and Life Sciences this year, allowing students from all over the state to drive in and attend on Saturday, October 15, 2022.
Schedule of Events:
8:00-9:00 AM Breakfast- Enjoy your continental breakfast and get ready for your day with us.
9:00-9:10 AM Welcome - Tailyn Walborn, OHPA President, Assistant Director of the Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education at Miami University
9:10-10:00 AM Keynote Speaker
10:05-10:50 AM Concurrent Session I:
Presentation One: What skills are important to becoming and working as a physician? How can you develop these skills?
Presentation Two: Demonstrating important skills and core competencies on your medical school application. Also info and advice on Post-Baccalaureate Programs: What are they, what kinds are there, and do you need to attend one ? (Jill Harman, MEd, Senior Director, Admissions & Recruitment, Ohio University Heritage College of Medicine )
10:55-11:40 AM Concurrent Session II:
Presentation One: How to know if medicine is right for you. (panel of nontraditional medical students)
Presentation: Two: MCAT Updates (Lesley Ward, Director of MCAT Outreach and Engagement at Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC))
11:45-12:30 PM Concurrent Sessions III:
Presentation One: How to know if you should apply and if you are ready to apply. (Brittany Wampler, Director, Career Development & Exploration at Cleveland State University)
Presentation Two: Situational Judgment Tests (SJT): What are they? How do you prepare for it? Where can I find what medical schools require or recommend SJT's, and then also which test they want?
12:30-2:00 PM Lunch and Medical School Fair - Students will be randomly divided into 2 groups (A & B) and this will determine whether they eat Lunch or attend the Medical School Fair first.
2:10-3:10 PM Current Medical Student Panel - Medical Students from University of Toledo (MD) and Ohio University Heritage COM (DO) form a panel to answer YOUR questions.
3:20-4:20 PM Medical School Campus Tours - Toledo Student Ambassadors to lead tours of the Toledo Medical School campus and facilities.
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING TO SPEND YOUR SATURDAY WITH US! Safe travels on your journey home.
** Please contact career@denison.edu if you are unable to pay the $20 admission fee*

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Virtual Ohio State DDS Admissions Overview Session (1138979)

Virtual Ohio State DDS Admissions Overview Session

Attend to learn more about dental school and the Ohio State College of Dentistry in particular!
Register in advance for this meeting.
https://osu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrf-irqDgqGNA5whLpu1VAQsT4DOgDAiRb
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Global Commerce WE-Building Certificate Program (1133428)

Global Commerce WE-Building Certificate Program

Global Commerce WE-Building Certificate Program
The global economy is more diverse and more interconnected than ever before which means that having skills to interact successfully with a wide group of people across language, nationality, race, ethnicity, age, gender, gender-orientation and many other factors is mission critical to any professional in the 21st century marketplace. The goal of the Global Commerce WE-Building certificate program is to prepare sophomore and junior majors to be successful when they enter the workforce by developing a WE-mindset through fostering awareness, engaging in self-assessment and taking action to bridge US versus THEM gaps on campus. Participating students will receive a certificate in “WE-Building” to signify the time and effort put into the program.
The WE-Building certificate program will be facilitated by alumna Laura Kriska and will be based on her new book The Business of WE (HarperCollins, January 2021) which provides a practical roadmap for creating trust with those who are different. The program is comprised of FIVE 90-minutes sessions spread across fall semester; participants must attend all 5 sessions:
Session One: Wednesday, October 19 / 5:00 – 6:30 PM / via Zoom
Session Two: Wednesday, October 26 / 5:00 – 6:30 PM / via Zoom
Session Three: Wednesday, November 9 / 5:00 – 6:30 PM / via Zoom
Session Four: Wednesday, November 16 / 5:00 – 6:30 PM / via Zoom
Session Five: Wednesday, November 30 / 5:00 – 7:30 PM / In Person in Burton Morgan – dinner included
Eligibility: Sophomore and Junior Global Commerce majors. Program capacity is capped at 20; a waitlist will be created if necessary.
Workshop Facilitator: Laura Kriska ’87, Cross-Cultural Consultant & Author
Laura Kriska is an internationally recognized expert and leading consultant on cross-cultural relations with more than 30 years of experience bridging gaps in diverse workplaces. She has worked with Fortune 500 companies on four continents, helping thousands of business leaders and professionals build trust across Us versus Them differences based on nationality, ethnicity, race, religion, age, or any factor of identity.
Born in Tokyo to missionary parents, Laura was raised in a white suburban community in Ohio, surrounded by people who looked, sounded, and prayed like she did. Thanks to her parents’ adventurous spirit, she grew up with a fascination for different cultures and a strong attachment to Japan. During college, she spent a year studying in Tokyo and learning to speak the language. After receiving her BA in Japanese Studies from Denison University, she began her career in Japan. She was the first American woman to work in Honda Motor Company’s Tokyo headquarters, as an assistant to a senior executive. This experience is the basis of her first book, The Accidental Office Lady. During the first week of working in Japan she made one of the biggest mistakes of her professional life. It was a painful lesson but one that informed the WE-building message in her new book The Business of WE. It is a common mistake that happens a lot especially when working with people from different backgrounds. The lesson she learned is more relevant today for anyone going out into our increasingly diverse and inter-connected workplaces.

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Accelerator: Data Visualization in Excel (1106292)

Accelerator: Data Visualization in Excel

*This program is FREE for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Ask your advisor for the promotional code.*
Data visualization is more than just building graphs, it’s trying to determine the best way to showcase your business problems, opportunities, strategies, and growth. Learn which data visuals tell the best story, depending on your business objective.
This course is intended for anyone interested in trying to learn more from their data and share the results in a visually appealing and compelling way. Explore creative and visual data displays (graphs & tables) and identify the best Excel tools in your data storytelling toolkit.
Some experience building tables or graphs in Excel and knowledge of basic statistics (averages, range, etc.) are expected.
When:
Thursdays: (10/20/2022 - 10/27/2022)
Where:
Online (via Zoom)
Time:
6:00 - 8:00 PM (each session)
NOTE: By participating and attending all of the classes, you will earn a credential that signifies the time and effort you put into this program. You can include this credential on your resume and post it to your LinkedIn profile.
Instructor:
Your instructor, Amanda Swanson, is a Cross-Functional Leader & Consumer Advocate currently working at EndLease as a Sr. Manager of Customer Research. Amanda previously worked as a Manager at The Walt Disney Company, a Senior Statistician at Nestle, and a Statistician at E&J Gallo Winery.
Amanda holds a BS in Mathematics from California State University - Stanislaus, an MS in Statistics from California State University - East Bay, and an MBA from Otterbein University.

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Denison Exclusive! Careers in Finance: An Alumni Panel (1142379)

Denison Exclusive! Careers in Finance: An Alumni Panel

Connect with alumni in a variety of fields in finance including Investment Banking, Commercial Banking, Financial Advising, FInTech, Strategy, & Research. Alumni will share information about their current roles, employer, and offer advice to students exploring career paths in finance.

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Workshop: Crisis Communication (1110190)

Workshop: Crisis Communication

This program will guide you through steps you can take now so that you and your colleagues are positioned to communicate with the media and the public quickly and effectively when a crisis occurs. Crisis Communication is led by a public relations professional and a journalist.
Highlights include:
-How to build relationships with the media and social media influencers long before the crisis occurs.
-How to recognize that you’re in a crisis. A mass shooting or factory explosion is obvious, but some crises develop like a smoldering fire that can be extinguished with quick communication to minimize damage.
-How to prepare to communicate internally and externally, and what to expect from the media and anyone with access to social media.
When:
Tuesday, October 25th, 2022
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM ET
Where:
Denison Edge*
300 Marconi Blvd, STE 200
Columbus, OH 43215
Cost:
$50**
Instructors:
This program is co-led by Jenny Camper and Alan Miller.
-Jenny Camper, co-owner of Lesic & Camper Communications, has more than 30 years of experience in strategic communications. Prior to agency work, Camper was communications manager for former Gov. George V. Voinovich and former State Treasurer J. Kenneth Blackwell. Camper earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from The Ohio State University.
-Alan Miller teaches journalism at Denison University. He served as executive editor of The Columbus Dispatch and regional editor for USA Today Network Ohio’s 21 newsrooms from 2015-2022. He started at The Dispatch as a reporter in 1984 and rose through the ranks to become managing editor in 2004 and editor in 2015. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism from Ohio University.
*Shuttles will be provided for Denison students and staff.
**This program is discounted only for students currently attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. If you are a current student at one of those universities and need a promotional code, contact edge@denison.edu or your career center. No other Denison Edge promotional codes are redeemable for this workshop.

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Biology Alumni Panel (1138743)

Biology Alumni Panel

Join the Biology Department and Knowlton Center for an in person alumni session!
Hannah Roodhouse, '16: Process Development Scientist for Novavax to optimize and characterize vaccine manufacturing.
Aditi Bhatiya, '03: Business Operations Consultant at OSU and Entrepreneur
Chris Dibble, '09: Research Scientist at Battelle working on infectious disease modeling for the national security team
Hannah Dillemuth, '17: The Dawes Arboretum as the Learning & Engagement Educator

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Bard Graduate Center (1132932)

Bard Graduate Center

For over 25 years, Bard Graduate Center has been training the next generation of curators, researchers, and museum and arts professionals.
Our MA/PhD program offers a broad exploration of history through its material traces, drawing on methodologies and approaches from art and design history, economic and cultural history, and anthropology and archaeology, and our students come from diverse academic backgrounds, including art history, anthropology, religious studies, history, and classics.
The two-year MA program includes internship opportunities at cultural institutions all over the world as well as a funded international study trip. Graduates of BGC go on to a range of professional careers in the museum world and beyond, and many continue their research at highly competitive doctoral programs. And over 80% of our MA students receive financial support to help with the cost of their graduate education.
On Wednesday, October 26, from 11:30am to 1:30pm, stop by to talk to Keith Condon, director of admissions, about graduate study at BGC.

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Use Your Bachelors and Become a Nurse in 16 months (1101303)

Use Your Bachelors and Become a Nurse in 16 months

With the changing needs of the job market, extensive job openings, and high need for nurses, Xavier’s Accelerated Nursing Program builds on your previous non-nursing bachelor’s degree allowing you to earn a quality BSN in 16 months.

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Recreation Unlimited Information Table  (1141442)

Recreation Unlimited Information Table

Don't miss a chance to speak to Zane Clouse, a coordinator with Recreation Unlimited as he holds an information table in Slayter to discuss what opportunities are available at Recreation Unlimited.
Recreation Unlimited is a 501(c)3 not-for profit organization serving individuals with physical and developmental disabilities and health concerns. The mission of Recreation Unlimited is to provide year-round programs in sports, recreation and education for individuals with disabilities and health concerns, while building self-confidence, self-esteem and promoting positive human relations, attitudes, and behaviors.
We provide in-depth training and certifications to prepare all of our employees to be successful. This is an incredible hands-on and educational job experience working with kids and adults with developmental and physical disabilities.

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Cintas Corporation On Campus Tabling In Slayter (1135835)

Cintas Corporation On Campus Tabling In Slayter

Don't miss a chance to talk to Ellie Grescovich, a Human Resources manager with Cintas Corporation as she visits campus and holds an information table in Slayter on Tueday November 8 from 10AM-1PM.
Cintas Corporation helps more than one million businesses of all types and sizes get Ready™ to open their doors with confidence every day by providing products and services that help keep their customers’ facilities and employees clean, safe and looking their best. With offerings including uniforms, mats, mops, restroom supplies, first aid and safety products, fire extinguishers and testing, and safety training, Cintas helps customers get  Ready  for the Workday®. The company is also the creator of the Total Clean Program™ — a first-of-its-kind service that includes scheduled delivery of essential cleaning supplies, hygienically clean laundering, and sanitizing and disinfecting products and services.

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Overland Summer On Campus Exclusive Information Session (1141764)

Overland Summer On Campus Exclusive Information Session

Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to meet and hear from Beth Larcom, a hiring leader with Overland Summers. Beth is excited to discuss summer outdoor programming for students in 4th-12th grades, these programs are led by college students and recent graduates!
For nearly forty years, Overland has been more than simply a summer experience— it’s a life experience with value and resonance that extends far beyond the boundaries of a single summer. In everything we do, we seek to show our students how beautiful and exciting, how full of promise the world is.
Having just graduated from Williams College, Tom Costley was inspired to offer experiences to kids with a focus on small groups, carefully crafted challenges, and clearly defined goals. In 1984, Overland became a reality with three trips in New England. In the decades that followed, new destinations and activities were added but a common mission remained: to provide young people the chance to work together in small groups to accomplish something of importance to them—hike the world’s most beautiful mountains, work with an underserved community, master a new language.
Almost forty summers later, Overland has grown wonderfully but remains true to its original inspiration. Rock-solid values—teamwork and selflessness—imbue an organization where the standards are high, the expectations clear, the tone adventurous.

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Boston University MPH Program Insights (1107609)

Boston University MPH Program Insights

Interested in an MPH? What about a degree in population health research, biostatistics, epidemiology, or global health? Attend this session to learn more about the booming field of public health and how a degree from Boston University can set you up to make the impact you hope for in the world.

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The Journey Program: January 2023 Virtual Edition (1111783)

The Journey Program: January 2023 Virtual Edition

Join The Journey Program virtually January 9-12, 2023, from 10-12 ET to become intentional about your life and utilize your time at Denison in the most powerful way possible.
You will spend time reflecting on what fulfills you, determine how to be successful, and craft a detailed plan for the rest of your time at Denison. You will be able to progress from being uncertain about potential career options to developing a career exploration plan and creating key materials to support your journey.
Attend the Journey Program if…
You are unclear about what career path(s) might be of interest to you
You feel unsure about where to start in your career planning
You want to learn more about how to obtain the information you need in order to make career planning decisions
You want to create a career roadmap for your remaining time at Denison
You want to narrow down your options
Register by January 5th.

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The Journey Program: Spring Semester Evening Edition (1111508)

The Journey Program: Spring Semester Evening Edition

Sophomores and Juniors are invited to participate in the Journey Program during 4 Wednesday evening cohort sessions each semester. In these sessions, (January 25th and February 1st,8th,15th) you will become intentional about your life and utilize your time at Denison in the most powerful way possible.
You will spend time reflecting on what fulfills you, determine how to be successful, and craft a detailed plan for the rest of your time at Denison. You will be able to progress from being uncertain about potential career options to developing a career exploration plan roadmap.
Attend the Journey Program if…
You are unclear about what career path(s) might be of interest to you
You feel unsure about where to start in your career planning
You want to learn more about how to obtain the information you need in order to make career planning decisions
You want to create a career roadmap for your remaining time at Denison
You want to narrow down your options
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: January 20th

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DataConnect Conference 2023 (1086236)

DataConnect Conference 2023

The annual DataConnect Conference brings together industry leaders, technical experts and entrepreneurs to discuss the latest trends, advancements, technologies, and innovations in data, analytics, machine learning, and AI.
Learn from high-quality content delivered by thought leaders through keynotes, presentations, engaging panel discussions, and expert-led workshops.
Collaborate with peers and network with experts.
Connect with the global data community with non-stop networking opportunities.
Click External Registration to learn more.

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