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Cardinal Careers Thursday on State Government
Photo by Peggy Propp

AY18-19 Spring Quarter Event Schedule

All events will take place in the Haas Center DK Room unless otherwise indicated.

 

Cardinal Careers Thursday – The City's CEO: A Rousing Conversation with Lisa Goldman

Thursday, April 4th 4:30-6:00 pm

Interested in local government and urban policy? Come to the Haas Center to engage with Burlingame's City Manager in conversation about the role of city managers. Hear about what city managers do, ways to get involved in local government, and the benefits of a career in local government.

The first 60 minutes will be an introduction followed by Q&A, with the last 30 minutes reserved for networking with the speaker.

  • Lisa Goldman, City Manager, City of Burlingame

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Cardinal Careers Thursday  Exploring Avenues to Immigration & Refugee Work
Thursday, April 11th 4:30-6:00 pm | Location TBD
Passionate about addressing the challenges that face immigrants and refugees? Want to learn more about jobs and careers in this arena? Head to Haas to hear from experienced professionals in this field about how you can begin a career dismantling barriers for those seeking refuge and new lives in the United States.

The first 60 minutes will be an introduction followed by Q&A, with the last 30 minutes reserved for networking with the panelists.

  • Panelists TBD

Co-sponsor: Handa Center for Human Rights

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Cardinal Careers Thursday – Pathways to Global Health Careers
Thursday, April 18th 4:00-5:30 pm
From the county level to the international stage, global health trends affect our lives in ways that we might not even realize. Join us at the Haas Center to hear from representatives of the Emerson Collective, County of Santa Clara Public Health Department, and Project Muso about different pathways to careers that engage with, and make change in, global health issues.

The first 60 minutes will be an introduction followed by Q&A, with the last 30 minutes reserved for networking with the panelists.

  • Cassia van der Hoof Holstein, Director of Global Health Equity, Emerson Collective
  • Sara Cody, County Health Officer and Director, County of Santa Clara Public Health Department
  • Ari Johnson, Co-Founder and CEO of Project Muso and Assistant Professor at University of California San Francisco

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Non-Teaching Careers in Education
Friday, April 19th 1:30 pm-3:00 pm | Location TBD
Passionate about education, but not sure that teaching is the right path for you? Come to this coordinated education mixer featuring a variety of professionals in different education-related careers to learn more about diverse opportunities to engage with educational issues and make change in the world. You will have the chance to select three professionals with whom to network and ask questions in this uniquely structured event.

  • Professional guests TBD

Co-sponsor: Stanford Graduate School of Education

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Cardinal Careers Thursday  From Stanford to a Service Year: Conversations with Alumni
Thursday, May 9th 4:30-6:00 pm 
Looking for an opportunity to "prototype" or test out a career addressing social change? Interested to hear how a service year can serve as a launching pad for your career? Come hear from Stanford alumni who served with Public Allies and ______ about how their service year supported their career development, expanded their understanding of social justice issues, and made a lasting impact on their lives and the lives of others.

The first 60 minutes will be an introduction followed by Q&A, with the last 30 minutes reserved for networking with the panelists.

  • Roselyn Thomas, Assistant Director of Programs, Graduate Life Office at Stanford University
  • Mateo Carrillo, PhD Candidate, Latin American History program at Stanford University
  • Other panelists TBD

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To hear about other opportunities like these, subscribe to:

  • The Cardinal Service Student Digest, a weekly, easy-to-skim overview of public service opportunities on-campus.

  • The Cardinal Careers Newsletter, a weekly publication that shares curated resources, events, and opportunities for students interested in public service and social impact careers.


Cardinal Careers Thursdays is a weekly panel series held from 4:30-6:00 pm on Thursdays featuring different topics and speakers representing a wide variety of organizations and career paths in public service and social impact.