A2i Workshop for Humanities and Social Sciences Ph.D. Students: Networking and Creating Your Mentoring Team
Rachel Coleman, Director, Career Development and Education at Duke
Are you unsure about how to reach out to people and impress them? Do you want to learn how to build and maintain your mentor network? Are you uncertain about the the best way to ask for referrals? Join our networking workshop with Rachel Coleman to grow your mentor network and get the answers to all these questions!
Originally from Pennsylvania, Rachel Coleman earned an undergraduate degree in education with a minor in psychology and went on to teach in the public school system. After completing a combined M.S./Ed.S. program in Counseling and Human Systems, she worked for more than six years at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, helping military service members navigate their career transitions. Rachel is National Certified Counselor (NCC®) through the National Board for Certified Counselors as well as a Certified Career Counselor (CCC) through the National Career Development Association, an organization in which she serves as co-chair of the Veterans Committee.
A2i is a program at Duke focused on helping humanities and social science Ph.D. students find, apply for, and secure employment outside of academia. While the content, industry partners, and guest presenters will be tailored for humanities and social science doctoral candidates, other graduate and professional students from Duke are welcome to attend. See the complete lineup of spring 2023 A2i events on the Duke Career Center website.
This event is sponsored by Duke Career Center. Questions? Contact Jiayue Liu, A2i intern.
Professional Development, Careers Beyond Academia, Communication, Professional Adaptability, Professionalism and Scholarly Integrity