Envision - Career Exploration Program
Envision is a comprehensive career development program engaging sophomores and juniors who are interested in exploring career opportunities that will capitalize on their liberal arts and sciences degree.
- Explore a variety of industries with opportunities for liberal arts and sciences majors.
- Hear from alumni who graduated with liberal arts and sciences degrees about their career trajectories.
- Learn how to network and practice skills with employers, alumni and faculty.
- Engage in a "career trek" where they will visit companies such as 3M and others to learn more about fields of interest.
Event Date/Time - January 25 & January 26, 2018
Event Location - Saint Paul/Minneapolis Campus
Check program schedule for more details
The Envision program registration is now open. You can find the registration link on the Career Development Center website under Envision. The deadline to register is December 4, 2017 or when we reach our cap of 150 students. We recommend registering early. Be sure to check your availability before registering for the program.
The Envision program is a free program for sophomores and juniors in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences! This includes programming and free meals as well.
Because of the extensive planning and resources required for the program, as well as the generosity of the over 50 plus alumni and employers who are volunteering their time, there will be a $100 fee assessed to students who sign up and do not show up for the event. Students must cancel their registration by January 8, in order to avoid the $100 assessment fee.
Specific information about locations will be forwarded to all participants as we get closer to the event.
If you are a liberal arts sophomore or junior and submit a completed form, you will be accepted into Envision program unless we have reached capacity. Students will be notified of their status via email within one week of their submission. Please do not make or change travel plans until you have officially received that email.
Yes, because of how the program is designed, students are required to move back to their residence halls and attend all sessions of the Envision program from Thursday, January 25 through Friday, January 26.