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Category: May 2015

Graduation Information

Congratulations! It’s that time. Spring 2015 commencement for the College of Arts & Sciences is Saturday, May 16 at 8:30 a.m. at Bramlage Coliseum.

We strongly encourage all our graduating seniors to participate in the commencement ceremony, however, participating in the ceremony does not mean that you have graduated nor have earned your degree. In order to do that, you must first submit Continue reading “Graduation Information”

Internship Opportunity – National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame

The National Agricultural Center in Bonner Springs, KS is seeking a creative; out of the box thinker for it’s full-time summer 2015 Collections Management & Museum Acquisitions Internship. The right intern will have opportunities to add experiences to their education that are rarely found for interns in museums and educational centers.

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The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame was chartered by congress in 1960 to record and preserve the history of American farmers. To that end, the center has received hundreds of artifact donations that illustrate Continue reading “Internship Opportunity – National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame”

Choose Your Adventure: Intern, Volunteer, Teach, or Work Abroad

SAlogo(150x150)If you’ve been reading the study abroad articles in previous Arts & Sciences eNewsletters, you know that studying abroad can be an affordable and valuable college experience. But what if you’re looking for something besides studying abroad? Or what if you’ve already studied abroad and you’re looking for more? If this is the case for you, here are some other options for international experiences during or after your time at K-State:

1. Intern Abroad
Interning abroad will provide you with invaluable experience in the global marketplace and will demonstrate to future employers that you are a driven individual who is not afraid of a challenge. To find out more Continue reading “Choose Your Adventure: Intern, Volunteer, Teach, or Work Abroad”