Liberal Arts Impact is a series of events that have connected thousands of Indiana University students directly with hundreds of College of Arts + Sciences alumni. This informal event allows you the opportunity to hear from alumni of the IU Germanic Studies Department about how they’ve used their liberal arts education in starting and advancing their careers. These alumni work in a variety of industries and will share ways to strategically leverage the advantage a liberal arts degree has across career fields.
Current faculty from the IU Germanic Studies Department will share how the skills and knowledge they’re teaching in the classroom relates directly to the ever-evolving world of work. They too will illuminate how obtaining liberal arts skills provides a leg up in an unpredictable future job market.
This is also a great, low-key event for networking with alumni!
IU Germanic Studies Alumni Panelists:
– Zachary Trozenski (2013): Language Engineer, Amazon
– Maddie Mitchell (2017): Legislative Assistant, U.S. House of Representatives
– Maggie Kline (2016): Pharmacy Resident, IU Health Bloomington Hospital
– Mitchell Spicer (2011): Graduate Student/Research Associate
To Request Disability Accommodations: The Walter Center strives to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including people with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please use our Event Accommodations Request Form: https://iu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6Yae7tz2y0eDj6d or contact the Walter Center’s event accessibility coordinator, Maria Cambone (she/her), at firstname.lastname@example.org or 815-855-8455.