The Washington Program
Monday, October 3 - Wednesday, October 5
Location not specified
This program, required of first-year graduate students, is designed to show the broad range of opportunities in the D.C. area for policy professionals.
    Aerospace Corporation Information Session
    Monday, October 3
    12pm - 1pm
    Cohen Career Center
    The Aerospace Corporation provides independent technical and scientific research, development, and advisory services to national security space (NSS) programs.
      The Majors/Careers (dis)Connection : InfoMajors Workshop
      Monday, October 3
      4pm - 5pm
      Cohen Career Center

      Learn how your major does not limit your career options, but equips you with perspectives that you'll take into the workplace. Presented by the Cohen Career Center.

        Classical Studies: InfoMajors Open House
        Monday, October 3
        5pm - 7pm
        Morton Hall, Room 340

        We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring in Latin, Greek, Classical Archaeology, or Classical Civilization at our open house.

          Geology: InfoMajors Open House
          Monday, October 3
          5pm - 7pm
          McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219

          We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Geology at our open house.

            Focus ON: The Truman Scholarship
            Monday, October 3
            5:30pm
            Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
            Truman Scholars have demonstrated significant leadership in their undergraduate years, have strong academic records, and are committed to careers in public service. Juniors apply this year, sophomores and freshmen should start planning now. 
              Student Conservation Association Information Session
              Monday, October 3
              5:30pm - 6:30pm
              Cohen Career Center

              Are you passionate about preserving and improving the environment? SCA offers exciting opportunities nationwide in parks, public lands, and urban green spaces for students to make improvements and learn conservation and sustainability practices.

                Raft Debate - A W&M Tradition
                Monday, October 3
                6:30pm - 8pm
                Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall
                Described as a "delicate balance of comedy and lecture," the annual Raft Debate features four W&M faculty members from diverse disciplines, stranded on a desolate island with only a one-person life raft for escape to civilization.
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