Career Night!

On Tuesday, November 3rd, The Career Development Center hosted a game show-themed event called “Career Night” at Phelps Dining Hall! Everyone who played the game answered questions about the Career Development Center, winning various prizes donated by businesses in the greater Holland area. It was a lot of fun and a big success!

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Here is another team picking out which awesome prizes they want!
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Here’s one team checking out the prize table after winning!
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Here is a team with their prizes!

 

The Career Development Center is fully prepared to help Hope Students in their career exploration processes. From certain areas of professional development, to figuring out what a student’s future may hold, we are ready and willing to help guide you. You should check us out! We’re confident you’ll benefit from your visit!

Thank you again to the numerous businesses that made Career Night such a success. We could not have done this without your generosity.

Thank you to the City Delicatessen, Butch’s, Phelps Dining Hall, Pincushn’s, Full Circle, Biggby, Crust 54, Kilwin’s, Karla’s Place, The Tin Ceiling, Teerman’s, Spring Sweet, BAM!, New Holland Brewery, Mizu Sushi, JP’s Coffee and Espresso Bar, JB and Me, Glik’s Men’s Shop, The Good Earth Cafe, the Hope College Student Activities Committee (SAC), Urban Found, Sarafina, Downtown Dogs, Frances Jaye, Lemonjello’s Coffee, Crane’s in the City, Russ’ Restaurants, and 8th Street Grille.

Published by John Luke Hawkins

My name is John Luke Hawkins and I am a sophomore at Hope. I am from the small agriculture town of Tipton, Indiana. I love my new Home sweet Hope. Currently, I double majoring in Communications and Religion. When I am not doing homework (too often), I might be working one of my jobs as a Library Worker, Overnight Host, or Student Blogger. If I am not doing homework or work, I am probably doing something with my numerous organizations that I am involved in such as Dance Marathon, Gospel Choir, Intramurals, Nykerk, and a small group. If I come up with free time amongst all that, then I like to run, free dance, self-reflect, go on adventures, and spend time with friends. Hope College has really helped me discover who I am. Here it is in seven words: energetic, organized, contemplative, determined, silly, social, and intentional.

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