Students have unique needs and costs while in school and budgeting is not always the easiest task to work into your daily routine. But, having a plan and sticking to it will set you up for financial success now and for years to come. We will discuss real-world budgeting tips and tricks that you can incorporate into your life. Come ready for an honest conversation and bring your questions.
A week of activities featuring SEAS alumni panels, roundtables, and workshops.
Career Week Schedule of Events
Monday, October 28
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM, 4th Floor Dow Commons - Allyship and Advocacy
*Sonia Joshi, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program Manager, University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability*Dominic Bednar, Doctoral Student, University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability*Jeremy Orr, Staff Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council*Andrea Paine,... Read more...
On October 31 from 4-6:30pm in the Fourth Floor Commons, please join us for a celebration of those we have lost by remembering their legacies. 'Dia de Muertos' (Day of the Dead) is an important Mexican and Central American holiday to celebrate the lives and memories of friends and family members who have died. An ofrenda (altar) will be created to collect and showcase the favorite foods, photos and memorabilia of deceased loved ones. Join the sharing of stories and celebrating the lives of... Read more...
This workshop aims to help first-year students adjust to Graduate/Professional school (especially if they've been away from school for a while or came from another country), manage stress, tackle imposter syndrome, and provide resources for students to adapt and succeed.