Program, a new chance to network

By Staff Writer
November 20, 2003

Road trip. Put those extra pennies to use by being a part of Road Trips to the Real World sponsored by EACE Liberal Arts Network.

Students who participate in this program can travel to various employer sites over winter break for the January 2004 program.

The main goal of this program is to help students come away with a better view of what each career field has to offer. It is a networking opportunity.

At each site, students visit is a member of the EACE, and they will be there to represent their committee.

The focus of the trips are on liberal arts majors, but all majors are welcomed to be a part of this program.

There have been an overwhelming amount of students who participated in the Road Trip program in recent years. That is why EACE suggests that students sign-up for a slot as quickly as possible.

The EACE program’s website has guidelines for visits including dress codes and etiquette. From there a student can find out what they should expect and bring along with them on the road trip to their future success. This program wants to help students get a better view of what’s being offered in the corporate world.

Scheduled visits include:

* National Security Agency (MD)

*Rodale Press (PA)

* The Philadelphia Zoo (PA)

* QVC (PA)

* WITF, Inc. (PA)

* Cendant Mortgage (NJ)

* L’Oreal (NJ)

* NVR (NJ)

* Cherry Lane Music (NY)

* Harvard University (MA)

* Mix 98.5 WBMX (MA)

*City of Boston, PD (MA)

* Museum of Science (MA)

* Pearson Education (MA)

* Paramount Cards (RI)

Register at . Online registrations begin on Friday, Nov. 21 at 9 am. If students would like contact a chair from the EACE program they can contact Minda Heyman at or 410-337-6490. They can also contact Jessica Hartley at or 617-552-1905.

Posted to the web by: Cecelia Francisco

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