This week is the historic Christian churches’ celebration of Holy Week and Easter. Our hope is that you will be able to find some time to celebrate the joy of Christ’s resurrection, however you are able to do so in our current situation. Below are a few reminders for you to consider this week:
Register for Summer & Fall
Student Central is open and ready to assist you in registering for Summer and Fall courses. If you already have not registered, please visit www.concordia.edu/studentcentral to set up a virtual appointment with your Academic or Financial Planner. You can also reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Search Boot Camp: Virtual Interviewing
Interviewing can be a daunting experience however it can also be exhilarating as you share your skills, experience, and passion for the job. Virtual interviewing is not just an option right now; rather it’s the new norm for many employers seeking new talent for their organization. Listen to some valuable tips on how to ace your next virtual interview by Communications Professor, Danielle Walker.
National Public Health Week (NPHW)
NPHW takes place April 6-12, 2020 and is entitled Looking Back, Moving Forward. Each day of the week will focus on a different public health topic such as mental health. For more information please check out our institutional blog post from CTX counselor Scott Davis about ways to reduce COVID-19 concerns during a stressful time.
Congratulations Spring 2020 graduates!
Your opinion counts! Help shape the future of CTX by completing a 5 minute survey about your post-graduation plans at www.Concordia.edu/gradsurvey. The Survey opens up this Wednesday, April 8th and will remain open through Wednesday, May 20th.
Dr. Kristi Kirk
Provost & Executive Vice President
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