The Center for Career Leadership Activities and Career Services will host the largest Career Fair in Ferris history which will consist of an entire week of events. Fall 2014 Career Week includes: etiquette dinner on Oct. 20 at 6pm, in the Granger Atrium, pre-registration required; Graduate School Fair Oct. 21 at 5pm in Williams Lobby; Career Fair on Oct. 21, 6pm in STARR 223; employer information sessions on Oct 22 and 23, STARR 2nd Floor, select employers will conduct 50 minute info sessions on their company and opportunities; the Career & Internship Fair on Oct. 23, 11am-3pm in the Ewigleben Sports Complex; and on-campus interviews Oct. 23 and 24.
Political Engagement Project presents Tim Skubick
Thursday, Oct. 16, from 7-8 p.m. in BUS 111, the Political Engagement project will host political reporter Tim Skubick, speaking about this year’s upcoming election. Skubick is well known as a political commentator in newspapers across the state, and for hosting the long-running public television show, Off the Record.
Sunday, Oct. 19, from 11-5 in the IRC Connector is BEYOND: Diversity, an interactive event with a global perspective. This 5-star event will unveil more than fifty banners on the many perspectives of diversity. Faculty and students will come together to learn about diverse ideas, perspectives, and cultures. There is a video about the upcoming event at http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QeRN2S-4UGg .
Disability Awareness Month
Ferris State University’s Educational Counseling and Disabilities Services office has planned multiple events as part of Disability Awareness Month. Disability Awareness Month is nationally recognized in October to focus attention on issues related to individuals with learning or other disabilities.