Mock job interviews for architecture students, virtual employer meetings, recreational offerings ahead

This story was updated Feb. 8, 2021.

Recreational opportunities, including yoga classes and a nighttime video game session will join virtual meetings with employers on the coming week’s campus activities slate.

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CONSIDERING CAREERS: Partners of Norwich’s Career and Internship Center will present a series of virtual employer information sessions through the Handshake application.

From 5 to 6 p.m. Monday, New York-based global investment bank Morgan Stanley will invite Norwich freshmen and sophomores to participate in its “Leaders and Learning” series. Morgan Stanley Vice Chairman and Managing Director Carla Harris will speak during the session, which will grant students access to the firm’s recruiting hub. Click here for information.

From 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Amazon, the Seattle-based online retail giant, will hold a webinar on internship and career opportunities for software developers. Click here for details.

From 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, ScribeAmerica, a  Lancaster, California, provider of medical scribes to hospitals and medical practices, will discuss chances to work with board-certified physicians. Click here for details.

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DRAWING ON EXPERIENCE: From 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, Norwich’s School of Architecture+Art, part of the College of Professional Schools, will hold a Board of Fellows mock interview workshop.

Mock interviewers will include Mike Tuck ’96, owner of Albany, New York-based Balzer+Tuck Architecture; Kim Conant M’96, associate project coordinator at State University Construction Fund in Albany, New York; Will Lewis, ’04, M’05, chairman of the university’s Architecture+Art Endowment Committee and executive officer, U.S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency; Peter Morante ’69 of Morante Energy Consulting; Daniele Mannucci ’00, associate principal at Chicago-based Wright Heerema Architects; and Steve Lewkowicz ’73, the retired chief financial officer of Wireless Zone-Automotive Technologies.

Architecture students will receive invitations by email. To learn more about the Architecture+Art program, click here.

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Video game challenges have let students gather virtually, bond and relax. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

— PLAYTIME: The Campus Activities Board will hold an online game challenge from 9 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, game to be announced. Click here for details. The Friday night sledding event and bonfire that had been scheduled for 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at Shaw Outdoor Center were scratched.

— SHOW OF STRENGTH: Gillian Ward and U.S. Marine Corps Col. Scott Conway will lead a bodyweight workout from 5 to 6 p.m. Friday, the first of three workout episodes. This introductory workout can be done from dorm rooms (or wherever), and can scale to suit individuals’ abilities as they progress. Conaway and Ward will lead a question-and-answer period postworkout. Click here for details.

— AND … BREATHE: The Counseling and Wellness Center will continue offering yoga classes for practitioners of all skill levels. Check here for the full schedule.

— LISTEN IN: The “Reveille” podcast visits with Multimedia Specialist Tanner Acebo, the voice of Norwich University Athletics and Athletics Communications Director Derek Dunning. Listen here.

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Click here for a complete listing of upcoming Norwich University events.

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