The USC Wrigley Institute Sustainability Prize

USC Investment Office Internship Session

The Investment Office offers internships to students on a part-time basis during the fall and spring semesters and full-time during summer. Meet recruiters and learn about internship opportunities.

9.29.16, 12 – 1PM in GFS 329

Economics Career Bootcamp

A comprehensive career training program for USC Economics students. Guidance from industry leaders on constructing the resume, succeeding in job interviews, and planning a career. Designed in partnership with the Economics Leadership Council and the USC Dornsife Economics Department. Friday, Sept. 9, 8:30am – 4:30pm


The Work it Series

The USC Dornsife Career Pathways “Work it” series provides seminars and guides to help USC Dornsife students prepare for their career.

Fall programs include:

Work it: Career Exploration in the Letters, Arts, & Sciences
Mon | Aug. 29 | 12-1pm | GFS 329

Do it: Best Practices for Securing an Internship
Tue | Aug. 30 | 12-1 pm | GFS 329
Tue | Sept. 6 | 3-4pm | GFS 329

Write it: Résumé & Cover Letters
Wed | Aug. 31 | 12-1pm | GFS 329
Wed | Sept. 7 | 3–4pm | GFS 329

Pitch it: Your Story in 60-seconds
Thu | Sept. 1 | 12 – 1pm | GFS 329
Thu | Sept. 8 | 3 – 4pm | GFS 329


Southern California Academy of Sciences Meeting

The Southern California Academy of Sciences (SCAS) is holding their annual 2-day  conference here on the USC campus this Friday and Saturday, May 6-7. This year’s conference features a special session on the contributions of Wrigley Institute scientists: “50 years of research at the USC Wrigley Institute.”

Didn’t register? Not a problem– you can register at the door on Friday.

Meeting agenda:

Free Minds United, USC Office for Wellness and Health Promotion

Free Minds United is a mental health advocacy group that seeks to eliminate the stigma of mental illness on college campus by offering discussions, workshops, and other events to educate college students about mental illness. Free Minds United is partnering with USC’s Office for Wellness and Health Promotion to host a mental health workshop called “Introduction to Mental Health First Aid” designed to improve participants’ knowledge and understanding of the most common mental health problems among college students.

The workshop will be offered on Tuesday, April 12 from 9:30 – 11:00 am at the Engemann Student Health Center, ESH 101; it will be 90 minutes long, and refreshments will be provided! You can find more information on the Facebook page and RSVP here.

Thinking Beyond the Classroom: Tools for Uniting Activism and Learning

Many students are taught early on that extracurriculars and philanthropy exist on the fringes of academic pursuit. While incoming students may have high hopes for making positive change, these hopes are often forgotten when academic demands increase. Come to this unique workshop to learn ways to integrate these fields through conversations with a panel of graduate students and faculty who have been able to engage activism in their scholarship. We will also inform you of campus resources that can help turn your ideals into action.

Wednesday, April 6


VKC 158