The Center for Career and Professional Advising (CCPA) empowers students and alumni to learn about and prepare for meaningful work, as they translate their Haverford liberal arts education into a rewarding life. In short, we are here to help students explore, identify, and realize their career and professional goals.
Read about the experience Tilemachos Matkaris ’21 has had so far interning with MAXSA Innovations, a small startup business led by a Haverford Alum!
” Hello from Kensington, Pennsylvania! My name is Jessica Lopez ‘21, and I am an Anthropology major, Health Studies Minor, Economics Minor, and Latin American Iberian studies Concentrator. I am spending my summer as a Whitehead intern for Shift Capital.”
“…The internship involved so many topics I was intrigued by: data analysis, public policy, and most of all, environmental sustainability. Fast forward: I’ve been at MKThink for two days so far, and my hopes have been fulfilled.” Read about Maya’s experience here!
“Although I expect that this will be emotionally difficult work, I am looking forward to witnessing the gears behind NGO work, and am thrilled at the opportunity to participate in an exceptional effort. I am super appreciative to have been sponsored by the CCPA Liberal Arts in the Workplace fund, which has allowed me to put both my Arabic skills and my passion for social justice to good use!” – Isabel Clements
In this blog post, Cara Netzer shares her first week as an intern at the Montgomery County Public Defender’s Office with readers!
The CCPA’s Summer Series continues with Isabel Floyd’s perspective on receiving funding from the Whitehead Internship Program to pursue an internship with the Educational Outcome Consortium. Read more here!
Today we kick off our 2019 CCPA Summer Series! In this blog series, we will be featuring students across a variety of disciplines to highlight their summer internships. Take a look at Matthew Sabitsky’s plan to intern at Yale New Haven Hospital through the Jaharis Primary Care Internship Program!
Congratulations to these six Haverford Seniors who will spend the next year working at Philadelphia nonprofits through the Haverford House Fellowship.
This Friday kicks off the NINTH ANNUAL PHILLY TECH WEEK! Need a study break? Join Techical.ly for events throughout the week designed to celebrate technology and innovation in the Philadelphia region!
Although sometimes dismissed as frivolous, chit-chat is actually an extremely important social tool. It’s how we feel one another out as potential friends and coworkers—so making it through these simple conversations is essential in growing our network and making meaningful connections. Which is exactly what can make it nerve-wracking. Check out this infographic from Onward—it details how to make small talk easy, even for the nervous (and a little sweaty) among us.