[PAST EVENT] The Career Benefits of Working in Food Service in College: A Panel Discussion

Wednesday, March 22nd 2017
5pm - 6pm
Cohen Career Center
180 Stadium Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185
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Summary

Hear from successful young alums who worked in food service while in school tell why working in food service can be invaluable in securing an internship, a full-time job and in developing skills that help throughout your whole career. 



Full Description

The Career Benefits of Working in Food Service in College: A Panel Discussion

5:00-6:00pm Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Cohen Career Center


Topics

• Why food service experience is useful in gaining tangible job skills

• What to do to leverage your position to maximize career benefits

• How to weave your food service position into your resume and interviews

• What the OWJ does and what the eligibility requirements are for an OWJ Scholarship


Panelists


Tim Boykin, J.D., M.B.A. ‘07 


Corporate Counsel  


WealthForge 


College Job: Paul's Deli and Busch Gardens  



Stuart Honenberger, CFP ‘06 


Founder & Certified Financial Planner Cornerstone Wealth 


College Job: Cheese Shop and Fat Canary
 


Mary Catherine McGinn, M.S., D.D.S. ‘07

Lieutenant and General Practice Dentist U.S. Navy  

College Job: Wythe Candy  


Hosted by the Order of the White Jacket and the Cohen Career Center 


The Order of the White Jacket is an alumni scholarship organization that provides scholarships for William & Mary students who work in food service while in school. 

Register Online on Tribe Careers under workshops here.

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