With approximately three thousand undergraduate humanities majors and minors each year, the Division of Humanities at the University of California, Los Angeles is making it a top priority to help its highly qualified graduates find placement with employers with whom they can envision themselves building careers. The UCLA Humanities Career Panel Series (HCPS) aims to help UCLA students translate their knowledge into successful careers. Designed specifically for students majoring and minoring in the Humanities, but open to all students, the UCLA HCPS provides students with the necessary tools to be competitive in today’s job market, and gives them the opportunity to connect in-person with employers and people in their target career fields such as business, education, technology, law, government, and non-profit.

Each academic year the series will host a number of workshops, panels, discussions, and networking events during which time students can meet employers in a casual setting. Students will learn how to market their (analytical, writing, problem solving, and foreign language) skills learned in their UCLA Humanities courses to employers and will learn about types of careers they can find in various industries.

Click here for a list of past events showcasing what the Humanities Career Panel Series can offer to you!

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Programming for the 2016-2017 Humanities Career Panel Series can be found below.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

GOVERNMENT CAREER/INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

4pm-5:30pm @ Royce Hall 314

Have you always wanted to work for the government? Want to know how to achieve this goal? Career/internship opportunities in the government are diverse, exciting, and highly competitive. In a continually growing global society, the United States has placed great importance on hiring talented individuals to protect the country’s interests...

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Look Who’s Talking! Careers in Language & Communications

4pm-5:30pm @ Royce Hall 314

Proficiency in a language other than English is one of the most highly sought skills on the job market today.Because foreign language requirements are an integral part of many Humanities degree programs at UCLA, Humanities students are often especially qualified for opportunities that require knowledge of another language. Meet representatives...

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