Stop calling them “Soft Skills”: They’re Essential Skills. Why Writing is Fundamental to Adaptability and Credibility in the Workplace. SUNY Fredonia welcomes alumnae Emily Barber (Communication Studies, 2016) and Lauren Orlowski (Public Relations, 2015) to share valuable takeaways for your college experience and beyond during a two-day on-campus residency sponsored by Writers @ Work.
Friday, Sept. 20: 11:00-11:50 a.m.
Williams Center S2024
“Careers and Career Planning for Students in the Humanities”
Writers @ Work is an alumni writers-in-residence series featuring both well-established and emerging writers, editors, and publishers in a range of professional and creative genres. The series seeks to connect Fredonia’s alumni, students, faculty, and community members with a focus on the diverse ways writing and the humanities make a difference in the world.
Writers @ Work is sponsored by Faculty Student Association, Fredonia Alumni Association, and the Carnahan Jackson Humanities Fund and the Mary Louise White Fund of the Fredonia College Foundation. This program is made possible by a partnership with Admissions, Alumni Affairs, Career Development Office, the Fredonia College Foundation, and the departments of Biology, Business Administration, Communication, English, History, and Theatre and Dance.
For more information, please visit: www.fredonia.edu/academics/writers-at-work.
Friday, September 20, 2019 at 11:00am to 11:50am
Williams Center S204-ABC, Conference Room, S204
Williams Center, Fredonia, NY 14063