Turning conversations into connections — ‘Dinner for Four’
Often, the first steps in learning how to get better at a skill set are to listen and observe others practicing their skills. Join us this week for the first ‘Dinner for Four’ chat, featuring fellow Carthaginians Emma McLaughlin ’21, DaQuawn Bruce ’17 & ’19, Shannon Kebisek ’20, and Tom Wood ’13.
We are excited to launch our new virtual, casual Dinner for Four networking experience. Dinner for Four is a safe space to practice your skills with three other Carthage students, alumni, faculty and staff as you share a virtual meal together. The first Dinner for Four chat features Emma McLaughlin ’21, DaQuawn Bruce ’17 & ’19, Shannon Kebisek ’20, and Tom Wood ’13.
Interested in exercising your networking muscles in a safe space by participating in a future ‘Dinner for Four’ chat? RSVP here! These conversations can turn into connections which may lead to new opportunities!
Want to start practicing how to articulate your skills, interests, and values?
Consider how you’d answer these questions:
Skills: What kinds of activities come naturally to you? What can you do well?
Interests: What do you love learning and exploring? What activities make you lose track of time?
Values: What things are really important to you? What makes an activity worthwhile or meaningful?