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Connecting the Dots: From Intern to Employed in the Public Sector - VIRTUAL

Date: Thursday, March 26, 2020
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Description: Please Note: The University and School of Law are postponing, cancelling, or virtualizing all University-sponsored events due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For complete information on the University's ongoing plans surrounding the coronavirus, visit coronavirus.wfu.edu.

"Connecting the Dots: From Intern to Employed in the Public Sector" will include attorneys who work in government and the nonprofit sector. The attorneys will discuss ways interns can excel and distinguish themselves in their public sector internships during the summer.

1Ls are required to attend at least one "Connecting the Dots" programs. Register in Symplicity to attend.
Location: Virtual
Contact: Alvita Barrow
barrowae@wfu.edu