Registration is open for Endeavor, the three-day career exploration program for Boston College sophomores and juniors that will take place on Jan. 8-10, just prior to the beginning of the spring semester.
Endeavor was introduced in 2016 by the Career Center to help undergraduates gain clarity about career options and learn how to connect the value of their liberal arts education to their potential careers.
Endeavor participants reflect on their skills and interests during workshops, practice networking with alumni, faculty, and staff, and take a “career trek” to various Boston companies and organizations. They are assisted by Endeavor Fellows, highly trained student leaders and former Endeavor participants who help students contemplate their experiences during the program, and empower them to reach their goals following its conclusion.
The featured speaker at Endeavor 2020 will be Grace Zuncic ’05, chief people and culture officer for Chobani, who graduated from BC with a bachelor's degree in philosophy and political science. Since joining Chobani six years ago, she has played an integral role in its industry-recognized initiatives including parental leave, employee volunteerism, and inclusion and diversity programs.
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Career Services Joseph Du Pont and Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences Dean Gregory Kalscheur, S.J., also will offer remarks.
Visit bc.edu/endeavor for more information.
—University Communications | October 2019