Career Discovery Campus Special: Pitzer College Art Gallery Student Apprenticeship

Join us for a conversation with Diego Borgsdorf Fuenzalida’24 and Pitzer College Art Galleries Assistant Director Christopher Michno’91 to learn about the Godsill’00 Burns Apprenticeship Award for First Gen and Students of Color.

Diego Borgsdorf Fuenzalida was awarded a Godsill Burns Apprenticeship in Spring 2023 and completed his curatorial apprenticeship with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) in Hollywood. He worked on a variety of exhibition and archive projects during his apprenticeship with LACE.

Information about the Apprenticeship award will shared by Christopher Michno.

Senior Series: Networking

It is a fact that connecting with recruiters or current employees can expedite or support your job search. Join us this week to learn where to find networks, strategies to build connections and leave with some completed outreaches. 


Senior Year can bring up all the feels! This semester we are running a bi-weekly dinner series for seniors to begin considering and planning for post-grad. Each week we will explore a different topic while also holding space and time to get started on next steps. Oh and there is free dinner from a restaurant in Claremont.

Career Discovery: Pitzer Alum Tavish Towner, Analyst and Consultant

Come hear a day in the life of Tavish Towner, an analyst and consultant with experience in CMT and a background in sales transformation and strategy. Get advice and learn key tips Tavish will share after his career journey and experience. To register visit Handshake.

Meet & Walk Over Harvey Mudd Fall Fair 2023

Going to the HMC Job Fair? Come and meet in Career Services where we can address last minute questions and concerns then walk over to attend the fair.
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Pitzer On-Campus Student Job Fair

Every fall, Career Services hosts the On-Campus Job Fair, held inside this year at the Gold Student Center Multipurpose Room on Thursday, August 31 from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.  Representatives from Pitzer College and The Claremont Colleges are in attendance to speak with you about available on-campus job opportunities (including those at some Claremont Colleges Services offices). All students who are interested in having an on campus job should attend.

Career Discovery Series: BioTech, Accounting & Real Estate

Come meet Sandra Gonzalez Gutierrez ’09 Come learn about a career in biotech. Whether you want to pursue Biotech, Accounting and Real estate or you are still exploring different fields, this session is for you! Please feel free to bring a dinner along if you would like. Complimentary dessert will be provided.

The Ins & Outs of Graduate School

Are you thinking about grad school but don’t know where to start? Come learn about the graduate school search process from requesting information to the point of applying. Topics that will be covered during the webinar will include: – Researching programs – Applying – Timelines – To test or not to test?

Career Discovery Series: Journalism

Come meet Judith Matloff P ’23! Come learn about a career in journalism. Whether you want to pursue journalism or you are still exploring different fields, this session is for you! Please feel free to bring a dinner along if you would like. Complimentary dessert will be provided.

Judith Matloff is on the faculty of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She has trailblazed safety training for women and media organizations around the world, helping hundreds of journalists survive an increasingly dangerous world.

Over 40 years as a journalist, she has covered top international stories including Rwanda’s genocide, apartheid and the rise of Vladimir Putin. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Forbes, the Financial Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal. Earlier in her career, Matloff headed the Moscow and Africa bureaus of the Christian Science Monitor and she spent a decade reporting for Reuters from various countries.

Matloff’s latest book, How to Drag a Body and Other Safety Tips You Hope to Never Need, shares expert advice for nearly every conceivable peril. She earlier published No Friends but the Mountains, which drew a link between geography and conflict; Fragments of a Forgotten War, about Angola’s civil war; and Home Girl, which chronicled a Harlem street run by a drug gang.

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Career Discovery Series: Data Scientist

Come meet Alex Baude ’18! Come learn about a career in data science. Whether you want to pursue data science or you are still exploring different fields, this session is for you! Please feel free to bring a dinner along if you would like. Complimentary dessert will be provided.

Alex studied Mathematical Economics at Pitzer College where they graduated in 2018. Since then, Alex has worked at two companies, Caesars Entertainment and ProcureAbility. In 2022, Alex graduated from UC Berkeley School of Information with a Master’s in Information and Data Science (MIDS). As of January 2023, Alex has been promoted to a Data Scientist at their company where they leverage statistics, computer science, and critical thinking to answer all the company’s data questions. Alex’s ambitions and goal are leading towards greater data science endeavors where one day they’d like to submerge myself into the world of NLP, ML, and Conversational A.I.

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Career Action Week: Industries Deep Dive – Career Conversations with Industry Experts

Join us for this final Career Action Week event! Learn about how to build a network and reach out to a new connection while also meeting with industry experts from the following spaces: sustainability, public sector, entertainment, and marketing.

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