January 19–24, 2014
Bard Works is a career-oriented professional development program for juniors and seniors to prepare them for work after Bard. Specifically, Bard Works will provide participants with the tools, strategies, and networking opportunities to hone their job search skills, and help prepare them for success in the workplace. Working with alumni/ae, parents, and mentors, participants will explore how to convert their Bard experience in the liberal arts to a job after college.
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Bard Works Check-in, January 18 and January 19
We are looking forward to starting Bard Works 2014. Depending on your arrival, check-in times vary.
For early arrivals, Saturday, January 18 from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. at the Center for Civic Engagement (1442 Annandale Road)
Sunday, January 19, Language Center (LC) 115, 9:00 - 9:30 a.m. for pre-conference attendees. Workshop takes place in LC 115.
Sunday, January 19, Campus Center Lobby, 10:00a.m. - 1:00 p.m. for final arrivals
We are in the process of finalizing workshop details. A summary of the schedule can be found below. Presenter details and panel participants will be confirmed the week of January 13.
Path to Purpose Pre-Conference Workshop:
Aligning Life, Career and Leadership
Bard Sustainability MBA Faculty Member Beverly Winterscheid and
Center for Nature and Leadership Partner Lindsay Fahay
This pre-conference workshop helps students develop skills and strategies to align career goals and life values. Explore your talents, skills and experience to help hone your leadership skills.
Do you care about making a difference in the world? Find a way to a career where you can make a difference.
At the conclusion of the workshop, students will leave with tools that will help them:
- Evaluate the alignment between potential job opportunities and personal values.
- Articulate the unique attributes in the context of the workplace to land the first job.
- Craft values-based vision for how to combine values and career.
Highly motivated Bard undergraduates who seek to distinguish themselves in the workforce by leveraging their unique skill sets for a career that focuses on making a difference.