Gain professional development and networking through attending our series of events planned for undergraduate and graduate students.
Some of the benefits of participating in these programs:
- low commitment – you chose when and what you want to be involved in
- great resume builders – leadership, public speaking, presenting, teamwork, volunteering, mentoring, outreach, service, commitment to diversity & inclusion
- professional development & career advice
- networking & community building – make your experience at K-State more enjoyable and successful through the help and support of your peers
Career Chat with Katherine Kidder
Wednesday, April 4, Noon-1pm, K-State Student Union
Students from all majors and backgrounds are invited to join KAWSE and Security Studies for a free lunch and Career Chat with K-State Alum Katherine Kidder on Wednesday, April 4th from Noon-1pm in the K-State Student Union. Kidder currently works as an Associate Political Scientist at the RAND Corporation in Washington, D.C. She will be sharing stories and advice from her career path, as well as answering your questions in this informal discussion-style lunch. This event is scheduled as a part of her visit to K-State to promote Women in National Security.
KAWSE Ambassadors Meeting
New/interested members are welcome! This organization is for undergrad & graduate students. Our goal is to be low-commitment while having a high impact. We meet every other Tuesday and you get to choose how much you want to be involved in our various initiatives. This group focuses on supporting girls’ interest in STEM through visits to local/middle high schools. It is also a great place to meet other women in STEM at K-State, like yourself, and participate in professional development and other volunteer outreach opportunities. To be added directly to the KAWSE Ambassadors mailing list, contact Bailey Yates at email@example.com.
Summer Employment Opportunity - KAWSE Student Office Assistant
Summer 2018 – Applications accepted until position is filled
KAWSE is currently searching for an undergraduate Student Office Assistant to provide administrative support to the front office. KAWSE works to increase the participation, retention, and advancement of girls and women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The office serves as home of the ADVANCE, SUCCEED, EXCITE and GROW programs. A detailed position description and online application can be found on our website: http://www.k-state.edu/kawse/succeedemploy.html
We want to hear from you!
KAWSE would like to plan programs and events tailored to your needs and interests as women in STEM fields at K-State. If there is something you wish you knew more about or an event you feel like you could benefit from, please reply to this message and share your idea(s). We appreciate your feedback!
Visit K-State’s Career Center website to check the dates of upcoming Career Fairs. You can also drop by in the afternoons for a quick look over your resume, or schedule an appointment with an advisor for a more in-depth review. The Career Center offers a variety of services to support you in your professional endeavors!