The SUMA student community is an important and unique aspect of the SUMA experience. The Student Association plays an integral role in the development of this community. If you are interested in taking an active role in student life, please consider running for a position on the Executive Board.
Thanks to all those who came out Saturday for a trip to the Omega Institute Living Machine! Learn more HERE. OMEGA Institute Visit WHEN: Saturday, March 3rd, 8:45AM-3:00PM WHERE: Meet outside of Hogan Hall for the bus
Join your fellow classmates to practice your personal pitch in prep for the All Ivy Career Fair. We'll be briefly discussing tips on how to refine your message, create lasting impressions and clarify your answers to commonly asked questions by recruiters before setting you loose to practice your pitch with one another. You'll also get constructive feedback from your peer about the first impressions you're creating.
This Spring semester, we're pleased to offer SUMA students an exclusive 25% discount on leadership workshops being offered by Barnard's Athena Center for Leadership Studies. Topics range from communications, risk-taking and resilience, entrepreneurship and more. To view a complete listing of professional development workshops, see below or click here.
The Center for Career Education aims to help you develop the key competencies necessary to make informed decisions and take the necessary steps to achieve your career goals. The Center's impressive roster of programming is designed to help you generate opportunities and pursue your personal and professional objectives.