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"Careers in Management Consulting" Online Discussion

Many SI students have been asking about careers and internships in Management Consulting. SI Careers is hosting a Consulting Career Exploration Panel on Friday, February 8 at 4pm. (More information forthcoming or you can check it out on iTrack and register to attend.)

In addition to attending this panel, you can also participate in an online discussion through the WORK 4 US listserv:

"Careers in Management Consulting" is the topic of an email discussion to take place Monday February 4 through Friday February 9, 2008, on the Work For Us listserv. If you are a grad student or even a faculty member in humanities, education or social science, this email discussion will give you top quality information about the field of Management Consulting, geared specifically to you and your situation.

Joining us for the discussion will be four humanities PhDs who are actively working in the management consulting field. They will share their stories on Monday February 4, then answer your questions all week till Friday February 9.

If you would like to listen in and/or participate, subscribe to Work For Us listserv before February 4. List information and subscription instructions are below. No long-term commitment is required; you may subscribe just for this discussion if you want, then unsubscribe after it's over. And of course it's free.

Hoping you will join us,
Paula Foster Chambers, Ph.D.
Work For Us list manager
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ABOUT WORK FOR US

"Work For Us" (aka WRK4US) was founded in 1999 by Paula Foster Chambers as a safe place for the free and supportive discussion of nonacademic and careers for people with graduate degrees in humanities, education and the social sciences. Since then, WRK4US has grown to over 1,300 subscribers from all over North America and has received national media attention (Chronicle of Higher Education, US News and World Report).

A unique feature of Work For Us is the Guest Speaker Discussions, in which humanities, education or social science PhDs who have succeeded outside the academy come onto the list for a week, share their stories, and answer questions from the group.

For more information about this list, and for a complete archive of all previous Guest Speaker Discussions, please visit the Work For Us website: http://www.jhfc.duke.edu/fhi/wrk4us/index.php

To subscribe to Work For Us, visit https://lists.duke.edu/sympa/info/wrk4us and follow the prompts.

If you have any technical difficulty, email christina.chia@duke.edu.

Posted by kkowatch at January 28, 2008 10:24 AM

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