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Claremont Graduate University

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
  Noon–1 p.m.


Location: Highlander Union Building Room 367
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Category: Seminar

Description:

Interested in a Career as a Change Agent? Public Servant? Educational or Non-Profit Professional?

If you have considered a career in a field where you can make a meaningful contribution by working in an educational, non-profit/community-focused organization or public sector, come join us for lunch and learn more about the Master’s graduate programs Claremont Graduate University offers in the School of Educational Studies and School of Arts and Humanities. Specifically, the graduate programs leading to a Master of Art that will be reviewed are: Community-Engaged Education and Social Change, Higher Education/Student Affairs, Applied Women’s Studies and Cultural Studies. At CGU, you are prepared as a scholar and practitioner to apply all that you’ve learned to improve lives and transform the world.

Discover Claremont Graduate University
For more than 90 years, Claremont Graduate University has been a leader in graduate education. Limited enrollment, renowned faculty, and small class sizes devoted entirely to graduate study – at CGU we put students first. Through practice-based research, CGU’s ambitious students gain the tools to solve pressing real-world problems and build meaningful careers.



Open to: Students and Graduate Students Only
Admission: Free
Sponsor: Career Center

Contact Information:
Jeannette Lalama
951-827-3637
jeannette.lalama@ucr.edu