Discover your career options at Future Fest with Pamplin College alumni

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Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences will be hosting the 2021 Future Fest, a networking opportunity for students to interact with alumni, from 1-2:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 30.  

AU students will learn how to turn a degree into their dream career from graduates such as Jessye Norman’s School of The Arts directors, Stephanie Willingham and Carmen Moses, Innovation Program Coordinator Kaylee Sneed at Georgia Cyber Security, Executive Director Christopher Wells for the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, and many more.

The event will take place on Microsoft Teams. Attendees are required to register online through Handshake to receive link access.

Once signed up, students can also check out tips for navigating networking events by AU Career Services to prepare for event.

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Kiara Heffner

Kiara Heffner is a junior communication major and intern for Augusta University's "In The Wild" podcast.

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