Mark Your Calendars: Week of March 12

Pre-Law Events

Harvard Law School Junior Deferral Program Office Hours–Thursday, March 15 5-6 pm online. Harvard Law School recently began a program in which college juniors apply, and if accepted, they then enter law school 2+ years after graduating from college. Applicants must be graduating in Spring 2019 and commit to deferring their law school admission until at least 2 years after graduating from your undergraduate program. Applications are due April 1. HLS is hosting an online Info Session on March 15 to answer questions before the upcoming application deadline. Click here to register for the info session.

The College of Law invites pre-law students to serve as mock jurors for law students. Advanced Trial Advocacy trials will be held April 4,10,11, and 19 starting at 5 pm each night and lasting about 3 hours. Refreshments will be served. This is a great way to experience what it’s like to be on a jury, see what law students are doing, and get a taste of what trials are really like! Please email Thanin Stewart at tostewa2@illinois.edu indicating what day(s) you’d like to serve as a mock juror, or if you have any questions.

Taking a Gap Year (Or More) Before Law School Workshop–Thursday, March 29 at 5:00 pm in 514 Illini Union Bookstore Building

Are you considering working, volunteering, traveling, or doing something else before attending law school? If so, how can you use that time effectively to improve your applicant profile? Do you want to know more about going straight through to law school after undergrad? This event helps students explore different paths to law school. The panel will feature three current law students–two with work experience and one who went directly from undergrad to law school–to answer your questions and discuss the pros and cons of going straight to law school versus taking a gap year (or more) and working.

Events on Campus

Virtual Career Fair for Students with Disabilities: Wednesday, March 14, 8am-5pm

Bender Consulting Services, Inc. is hosting a virtual career fair where job seekers with disabilities can meet employers from across the nation. This online recruiting event is open to students & alumni from 2-Year and 4-Year Colleges and Universities across the United States. Use the following link to review the event schedule and register: https://www.careereco.com/Fair/EventDetails?fairId=4c573eb5-af3c-4ad9-855a-a831011b640e

Other Spring Career Fairs

March 13:  Research Park Career Fair  http://researchpark.illinois.edu/career-fair

April 10:  Just-in-Time Illini Career & Internship Fair  https://www.careercenter.illinois.edu/just-time-illini-career-internship-fair

Career Center workshops–for more info visit www.careercenter.illinois.edu

  • Finding an Internship–Mar 13, 4-5 pm
  • Resume, Cover Letter, and LinkedIn Reviews–multiple times and locations

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Still looking for summer opportunities? We’ve posted lots of internships and jobs over on our Facebook page, like these.

The Division of General Studies is hiring PAID summer peer advisors to assist with summer registration. Visit our Facebook page for the full job description.

The Office of Admissions is hiring PAID summer I-STAR (student admission representatives) to work through summer registration. Applications due March 18. Click here for more info.

The Office of Communications for Enrollment Management is hiring a PAID summer intern in the fields of writing, communication, or marketing, with the possibility of continuing through the academic year. Apply by March 19. Visit the Virtual Job Board for more info; look for Position 37333.

The Career Center is hiring PAID summer interns to work 20-25 hrs/week May 14-Aug 3. Great opportunity for a student prepping for the LSAT this summer! Applications due March 26. Visit our Facebook page for the full job description.

 

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