What Can You Do with a Liberal Arts Degree?
You Can Do Just About Anything!
Arts and Sciences Career Services, along with Freshman and Sophomore Academic Advising, has moved to 248 East Ave (a white building with green trim between Lincoln and Goldwin Smith). We are there while our new home is built/renovated during the construction on Goldwin Smith and the new Klarman Hall. Visit us there!
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More News from Career Services
A&S Career Services or Cornell Career Services – how do I know where to go? A&S Career Services should be the first stop for A&S students wanting career advice. We specialize in helping liberal arts students determine career objectives and market skills to employers. We refer students to Barnes Hall as appropriate.
Arts and Sciences Career Services is the primary resource for A&S students seeking jobs, internships, graduate school information, and assistance with career exploration.
- Oct 31 - Career Conversation with Vivian Schiller, Russian '83, Head of News at Twitter at Physical Sciences Building
- Nov 07 - Career Conversation with Renee Tornatore '13, Merchandising and Marking Associate at Birchbox at Physical Sciences Building
- Nov 07 - Career Conversation with Claudia Regen-Johnston, Government '87, Vice President of Corporate Counsel at Intersections Inc at White Hall
- Nov 14 - Career Conversation with Tristan Jackson, Psychology/Sociology '05, President & CEO of Kanoot at White Hall
- Nov 21 - Career Conversation with Roman Barinas, Economics '08, Manager of International Recruiting for the Los Angeles Dogers at Physical Sciences Building
- Nov 21 - Career Conversation with Bruce Tyroler, English '80, Vice President of Brand and Multiplatform Resarch at Turner Broadcasting at White Hall