Campus Career Events
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Northland College Alumni Career Mentoring
September 22, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pmFree
Connect and interact with alumni who are rocking it in their fields, learn more about possible careers, and get advice. This is your chance to learn from the people who are in the thick of it.
We’ll kick off this event with three TEDx-style presentations then break into smaller groups with 20 different alumni.
This event is NOT just for seniors. This is an incredible opportunity for all students. This will help you decide on a major, on what classes to take, how to prioritize internship opportunities, and promises to help you make the most of your time at Northland.
This event is free and encouraged for all students. Refreshments will be served. Business casual dress is recommended.
For the following careers: accounting, artist, attorney, author, cultural and environmental relations, education leadership, faith-based organization leadership, financial planning, geoscience, history professor, library science, marketing, natural resource conservation warden, nonprofit management, outdoor education, physician, sales, sociologist, water, and wastewater management
Raye Lahti is an associate and senior geophysicist within Amec Foster Wheeler’s Geophysical Practice Group. Raye’s work is multifaceted and includes groundwater exploration, mineral exploration, and many other geotechnical applications. He is currently serving as the project specialist for remediation of oil fields in Kuwait.
Stuart Barnes Jamieson has experience in non-profit management with several organizations, including Habitat for Humanity International. He is currently working in Chicago with Oak Park Regional Housing Center, which provides community support for housing.
Cait Irwin is an artist who paints on a large scale. Four years ago, she dedicated herself full-time to creating her own business, Irwin Artworks. Since then, Cait has painted murals around the country. She also uses her art in therapy classes and for advocacy projects. In addition to being an artist, she is a published author, entrepreneur, feminist, and naturalist