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Find here career and networking resources for students in our department’s graduate programs. The aim is to help students at all stages of their graduate studies to navigate graduate school, explore diverse careers, develop skills and experience, network, and prepare for the job market. The resources are also for department faculty, staff, and advisors who recognize that it is their responsibility to be informed about the current precarious career landscape for PhDs in the Humanities and to help students shape their career paths. 

The resources were curated by a team of graduate students in the Classical Languages and Literature Program in the summer of 2021: Brittany Hardy, Katie Mikos, Edward Nolan, and Rob Santucci. The team was supported by department funding and reported to the Chair of Classical Studies. 

The Department runs an annual series of workshops designed to help students navigate the job market and provide professional training more generally. While geared primarily towards advanced students, these sessions are open to students at any stage of their career. 

Click here for this year’s schedule.