Winter Internship Fair : Jobs and Internships Available to DePaul Students Right Now


Seal the deal on your spring and summer plans! The Winter Internship Fair will take place:

Tuesday, Feb 26th, 2019
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Application season is in full swing! Whether you’re looking for a summer internship or your first post-grad job, the Career Center is here to help every step of the way.

The Winter Internship Fair provides you the opportunity to network and meet with employers who are actively recruiting for internship opportunities for this upcoming spring and summer. Companies attending are looking for candidates from a wide variety of backgrounds and majors.



Explore the thousands of opportunities available to you on Handshake and be sure to join us at the Winter Internship Fair next Tuesday! Don’t miss your chance to network with employers and seal the deal on your spring and summer plans.

Looking for more guidance? We’ve got you covered! Set up an appointment with a career advisor or reach out to an alumni mentor through the ASK network.

Here’s the challenge: there are at least 50,000 professional skills in the world, according to LinkedIn data. 50,000!

That begs the question: of those 50,000 skills you could potentially learn, which should you learn today to help you stand out all year?

Check out DePaul Career Center’s Wesbsite for links to register for specific workshops, schedule a one-on-one appointment, or more information about career development courses.

Endnote Workshop–Managing Bibliographical Information

Ana Lucic, a librarian at the Richardon Library, is going to train graduate students in how to use a program called Endnote, which is a very good way to manage and organize one’s bibliographical data. Students can bring their own laptops and the library will install the program on their laptops, or they can use laptops provided by the library for training purposes.

Richardson Library Rm. 109,

Friday, May 3rd, 2-3:30


AGLSP Inaugural Story Slam in DC!

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Selected writers will be competing in random pairs in this knock out tournament which will occur as part of our Conference Reception on Thursday evening.  The audience will vote with their claps and cheers! Louder applause advances the storyteller to next round. All eight contestants will be invited to submit their stories and videos toConfluence and the winner in DC will take home a prize. 59ff0404-8c32-46d5-b8a6-9b22142c7805.png

Reminder: Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Conference

This conference is hosted by DePaul’s Adult Student Services and will take place next Saturday, February 9th from 9:00am-2:00pm in the Lincoln Park Student Center.

  • We recommend attending David Gitomer’s presentation covering the thesis process from start to finish.
  • We also recommend attending a student panel, hosted by Susan Jacobs from 11:35am-12:35pm. The panel will include students at varying levels of completion of their respective graduate programs.
  • Lunch will be hosted by DePaul’s library services, and there will be a presentation on maximizing online databases for research.
  • Find additional information, including how to register, in the attached flyer.
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DePaul 2019 Chinese New Year Gala


Saturday, February 9 at 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Student Center (Lincoln Park), 120 A&B
2250 N Sheffield Ave

This is DePaul University’s 11th annual celebration of Chinese lunar new year (the Year of the Pig 猪年). Come out to enjoy authentic lunar new year food and exciting cultural performances. It is also a great opportunity to network with new and old friends with interest in China and other Asian countries and regions. All DePaul students, alumni, faculty, staff, as well as family and friends outside the DePaul community are welcome to attend. Free and open to the public. Family-friendly.

Dress code: business casual or festival clothing.

Tentative Agenda:

6:00-7:00PM Registration, Networking & Cultural Activities

6:30-7:30PM Buffet Dinner

7:30-7:40PM New Year Remarks

7:40-9:00PM Cultural Performances

Born in a year of the Pig (2007, 1995, 1983, 1971, 1959, 1947, 1935)? Provide your name when you check in and you will have an opportunity to win a Year of the Pig gift. 10 winners will be announced at the end of the event. 

In Conversation with Great Minds: Akram Khan

AkramKhan.pngThe DePaul Humanities Center is proud to welcome Akram Khan, in person, on Monday, February 25, 2019.  This free, public event is a rare opportunity to meet one of the most innovative, creative, and acclaimed dancer-choreographers in the world.  The evening begins at 7:00 p.m. with a screening of “The Six Seasons,” a documentary by Gilles Delmas chronicling the creation of Khan’s groundbreaking “DESH,” followed at 8:00 p.m. by a live, on-stage conversation between Mr. Khan and DHC director H. Peter Steeves.

Just a few days later, The Harris Theater premieres its U.S.-exclusive presentation of English National Ballet performing Mr. Khan’s first full-length choreographed ballet—a reimagining of the 1841 classic Giselle that, in Mr. Khan’s hands, now updates the setting, reimagines the stakes, and unabashedly takes on the issues of sex, gender, race, and class by, in part, casting Giselle as a refugee.  The choreography itself is, in fact, a mindful fusion of classical western ballet and Indian dance.  Trained in the classical South Asian dance, Kathak, as well as contemporary dance, Mr. Khan is generally celebrated for producing work that imaginatively erases traditional boundaries, thoughtfully incorporates unexpected collaborations, effortlessly fuses seemingly disparate traditions, and ingeniously pushes against the norms and expectations of dance and society in order to fashion something that is so inventively meaningful that it changes how we view ourselves as well as our expectations of dance.  Giselle is sure to be an excellent example of this.  And Mr. Khan’s appearance at the DePaul Humanities Center will allow our community to think together about these issues.

This program is presented in partnership with The Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater for Music and Dance.  The Harris Theatre has generously offered a 20% discount to DePaul students, faculty, and staff to attend one of the four performances of Giselle.

Discount code: EDUCATION20


Box Office: 312-334-7777, Monday to Friday, 12-5pm, and on performance days

Please be aware that there are a limited number of discount-eligible seats, and anyone purchasing with the code may be asked to present his or her DePaul ID on arrival at the theater.  Indeed, the shows are selling out quickly, so if you wish to attend, we suggest getting your ticket immediately.

We look forward to seeing you February 25th!