Archive for November, 2010


That’s right – tomorrow is December 1st, which means ALL CAREER EXPLORATION REGISTRATION FORMS AND NANCY PAUTZ AWARD APPLICATIONS ARE DUE! Turn in both items to the Career Center front desk. Remember, all Career Exploration forms must be FULLY filled out – this includes a signature from your site supervisor and faculty sponsor! If you […]

Attention Education Majors!

Are you an education major looking for a job? Check out! SchoolSpring collects education job postings from many different websites and posts them all in one place. This saves applicants the time and headache of searching for jobs on dozens of state and other teaching websites. SchoolSpring also makes the application process easier by […]

The Nancy Pautz Leadership Award for Interim Career Explorations

By Emma Strand, 11/17/2010 Are you doing a January Career Exploration? Considering applying for the Nancy Pautz Leadership Award for Interim Career Explorations. Applications are currently available in the Career Center. What is the Nancy Pautz Leadership Award?Nancy Pautz worked in the Career Center for 16 years as the Internship Program Assistant. In 2003, Nancy […]

Let it Snow: Reminders for J-Term

By Emma Strand, 11/16/2010 With the first snow comes the reminder that winter at Gustavus is fast approaching. In the Career Center, the chilly weather means that we are preparing for J-Term, a time when many students complete a career exploration. The deadline for career explorations is December 1st – just two short weeks away! […]

Employee Rights on Facebook

By Emma Strand, 11/12/2010 Facebook is designed to help us connect with friends and family and share our photos, thoughts, and stories. However, Facebook also blurs the line between our personal and professional lives as employers find access to their employees’ profiles. We know that employers may choose not to hire a candidate because of […]

Meet Tony Spain!

By Emma Strand, 11/5/2010 If you’ve been in the Career Center recently, you may have noticed a new addition. Tony Spain has joined our staff to assist students with their online web presence and will be here part-time until the end of the semester. Tony grew up in Janesville, Minnesota and is a 2009 Gustavus […]

The Philosophy of Bread

For Senior Religion Majors Bethany Ringdal and Brendan Wilkes and Senior Philosophy Major Alex Legeros, baking bread is more than just a fun hobby. “Bread brings people together,” Wilkes said, “You invite people in and you share it.” While they all share a common philosophy about making bread, the three bakers became interested in bread […]