In Case You Missed It: Event Highlights

Recent Events Recap: Tips & Tidbits

The Career Engagement Network is a resource for program participants and alumni to create or discover their ultimate career path. 

We believe that networking and forming human connections are essential components of that journey. Check out some of our recent events that provided learners and job seekers with opportunities to do just that. Featured events include: Positioning Yourself for Success in Social Work, International Women’s Day: STEM + Nike, Industry Insights on Leadership, and Determine Which Cybersecurity Work Environment is Right for You.

To explore upcoming events and register to attend, visit the Events page.

Note: the recordings from these highlighted sessions should be available on the Featured Past Events section two weeks after each event was held.

Click on the images below to read about each event.


For more reading on these subjects, check out our pages for Data, Cybersecurity, Social Work, and more!


Career Stories: Starting a Career in Digital Marketing

Miller Murray used his multidisciplinary background to carve a path for himself in the digital marketing industry. Listen along as he discusses his experiences as a career starter and tips for getting a job.

Related Industries: Marketing

Booz Allen Breaks Consulting Stereotypes with Boot Camp Hires

Driven by innovation, Booz Allen company is committed to imagining, inventing, and delivering new ways to better serve clients and the world. They partner with 2U. Inc. to identify top tech talent in communities across the country.

Related Industries: Business
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STEM: Industry Professionals Share Tips and Tidbits

On International Women’s Day, a few of the ladies from Nike joined us for a discussion on women in STEM. Learn more about some of the key takeaways from breakout room sessions on Overcoming Barriers and International Work as a Woman in STEM.

Related Industries: Coding, Cybersecurity, Data, FinTech, Product Management, Project Management
A woman stands in a lab coat.

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