Humanities Path to Career Path – Alumni Panel

March 2, 5:00pm, Shapiro Center for Writing

Join Wesleyan alumni to learn more about how academic backgrounds in the humanities can lead to professional opportunities. Panelists career trajectories will demonstrate the adaptability and flexibility of a liberal arts education.

More details and register to attend here.

Ukrainian Folk Dance

Ukrainian Folk Dance: Choreotherapy with Mariia Bakalo

Wednesday, February 22 7-8:30PM

Cross Street Dance Studio, 160 Cross St.

Wesleyan University

This workshop is free and open to everyone! all abilities, ages and curiosities!

Mariia Bakalo, dance artist from Lviv, Ukraine, will introduce Ukrainian folk dance. Working with spatial and rhythmic patterns, stomping and breath, the dances facilitate a sense of wellbeing enhanced by a collective dynamic.

(Masks will be required – We will have extra ones on hand)

Student Academic Resources is Hiring!

Are you interested in working as a Peer Advisor, or other position with Student Academic Resources? Do you have questions about what the positions include?

Talk to current Peer Advisors at Usdan Tables this week!

Wednesday, February 22nd

Thursday, February 23rd

11:30 – 1:30 – stop by during lunch!

For more information on the positions, visit

Interested in Law (Info Session 2/16)

Interested in learning more about careers in law or what it’s like to be a paralegal at a premier law firm specifically looking for Wesleyan students? Cravath, Swaine & Moore are hosting an Information Session this Thursday, February 16th at 4:00pm! Cravath has been known as one of the premier U.S. law firms for over two centuries. Their primary areas of practice include: corporate, litigation, tax, executive compensation and benefits and trusts and estates.

Register on Handshake for the event and see details below:
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP Information Session
Feb 16, 2023 • 4:00pm – 5:00pm EST

Interested in Consulting?

For students who think they may be interesting in consulting, there are two upcoming events to consider joining: a 10-week training program and the Roland Berger Case Competition. 

Wesleyan McNair Program Application

The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program (link) is a national program supporting underrepresented students as they work toward applying to graduate school. This program serves juniors and seniors, providing summer and academic year fundingmentorship and training, as well as a community of students of similar backgrounds who are all striving toward the same goals.

Students are eligible to apply to these programs during their sophomore year. Applications are due 3/10/23. To learn more, visit our website here.