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Join the College of Arts & Humanities (ARHU) for the annual Access2Alumni 2018 career and networking event.

Featuring KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Brett Wein ('96 English) Snap, Inc. Head of East Coast Sales.
www.arhu.umd.edu/access2alumni/keynote

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Orem Hall, Samuel L. Riggs Alumni Center

Access2Alumni connects professionally successful alumni with undergraduate students, providing them with an opportunity to imagine the many exciting and important careers they can pursue with their arts and humanities degree. In a fun, engaging setting, students learn about career and professional development directly from alumni who once were in their shoes.

REGISTER online at: GO.UMD.EDU/A2A

Private Reception for Alumni Participants Hosted by Dean Bonnie Thornton Dill at 3:00 p.m.
Maryland Club, Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center

ARHU alumni will lead roundtable discussions about the following field topics:

Art & Design
Arts & Culture Management
Business Entrepreneurship
Digital & Social Media
Education
Event Management
Goverment & Public Policy
Law
Marketing & Sales
Media & Journalism
Non-Profits & Associations
Public Relations & Communication
Writing, Editing & Publishing
Presented and sponsored by the College of Arts and Humanities and the University of Maryland Alumni Association

View the list of speakers: www.arhu.umd.edu/access2alumni/roundtables

Co-sponsored by the following student organizations:

Undergraduate Theatre Artists Society
Undergraduate Communication Association
Sigma Tau Delta
Senior Council Executive Board
Public Relations Student Society of America (Maryland Chapter)
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
Paper Shell Review
History Undergraduate Association
English Undergraduate Association
Dean's Advisory Council
ARHU Career Advisory Board
ARHU Ambassadors
AIGA UMD
African Diaspora Reading Group