Career Series

Alumni Panel and Networking Skills Practice
Thursday, November 16, 2017
3:30 – 5:15 p.m., Minneapolis Campus, Terrence Murphy Hall 460
*Students in St. Paul may take the shuttle at 3 p.m.

Alumni Panel: Hear from a panel of international students who graduated from St. Thomas with different fields of study, on how they landed the job and what it’s like to work in the U.S. Hear about different cultural workplace values, team work and successful tips. Bring your questions!

Networking Skills Practice: In searching for a job, networking is everything! You may often hear the phrase in the U.S, “it’s who you know that counts.” This is a chance to practice your communication skills and how to market your qualifications for working in your field of study.

Sponsored by Office of International Students & Scholars, Career Development and Opus College of Business.

Attorney Session
Thursday, December 7, 2017, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
St. Paul Campus, Murray-Herrick Campus Center (MHC), room 203
Q&A Session with an Immigration Lawyer

Presenter: Scott Borene, Managing Attorney, Borene Law Firm Global Immigration Group, Minneapolis

Join us for a follow-up session with Scott Borene for you to ask immigration questions. 

Scott Borene leads the 7-person Borene Law Firm-Immigration Group in Minneapolis, a leading U.S. immigration law firm. He has more than 30 years experience helping F-1 and J-1 students and scholars, colleges and universities, and employers to obtain work visas and green cards. The firm has extensive experience helping individuals and employers of all sizes from startup companies to Fortune 500 global corporations. In 2016, Scott Borene was recognized as Minnesota Lawyer of the Year in Immigration Law by The Best Lawyers in America and Minnesota Monthly. Scott Borene has been repeatedly recognized by other immigration lawyers as one of the Top 20 Lawyers in the World “most highly regarded” in corporate immigration law – Who’s Who Legal.

Sponsored by Office of International Students & Scholars and Career Development.