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The Lookout: A Journal of Literature and the Arts

The Lookout is published annually by the College of Arts and Sciences at Texas A&M University . Central Texas and features poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, photography, and visual art submitted by current students and recent alumni of TAMUCT. Any student currently enrolled in classes at TAMUCT (or recent graduates) may submit their previously unpublished creative writing or black-and-white photography/art work for possible publication in The Lookout in the spring.

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The Lookout: A Journal of Literature and the Arts

The Lookout is published annually by the College of Arts and Sciences at Texas A&M University . Central Texas and features poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, photography, and visual art submitted by current students and recent alumni of TAMUCT. Any student currently enrolled in classes at TAMUCT (or recent graduates) may submit their previously unpublished creative writing or black-and-white photography/art work for possible publication in The Lookout in the spring.

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Deadline - Last day to drop 1st 8-week classes with no record  Jan 27, 2015

Deadline - Last day to drop 1st 8-week classes with no record  Jan 27, 2015

27

Jan

Applying for Student Employment & Internships Workshop
Thinking about getting a job on campus? Looking for a summer or fall internship? Come learn about how to find and apply for student jobs on campus using WarriorLink. Learn how to become internship ready and how to get class credit for your internship. Answering all of your questions about applying for these positions! 12:30-1:30 or 5:30-6:30 WH Multipurpose Room

27

Jan

Applying for Student Employment & Internships Workshop
Thinking about getting a job on campus? Looking for a summer or fall internship? Come learn about how to find and apply for student jobs on campus using WarriorLink. Learn how to become internship ready and how to get class credit for your internship. Answering all of your questions about applying for these positions! 12:30-1:30 or 5:30-6:30 WH Multipurpose Room

4

Feb

StrengthsQuest for Veterans
Calling all Veterans: Come to this in-depth workshop to learn all about your personal strengths. We will go over how to include them in your resume and use them in interviews. This is a chance to take the Strengths Finder assessment for free! Please RSVP by calling Career Services at 254-519-5496. 1:00-4:00 FH 211

4

Feb

StrengthsQuest for Veterans
Calling all Veterans: Come to this in-depth workshop to learn all about your personal strengths. We will go over how to include them in your resume and use them in interviews. This is a chance to take the Strengths Finder assessment for free! Please RSVP by calling Career Services at 254-519-5496. 1:00-4:00 FH 211

5

Feb

Information Session - College of Education
Find out more about the College of Education and details about the programs and certiicates offered. This will be in the Multipurpose Room in Warrior Hall from 6pm to 7:30pm

2-6

Mar

Career Development Week
Come to the first ever Career Development Week! There will be many events going on including Employer Roundtable, Employer Information Sessions, Resume Review Tables, and Graduate School information sessions. We will have employers from different fields on campus every day this week to help you gain valuable networking connections and work on your own professional development. Details about specific events and employers will be available in February, contact Career Services for additional information!

16-20

Mar

Spring Break
No classes during this period. Adminstrative offices will remain open except for Friday, March 20, when all buildings will be closed.

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