The First-Year Experience: Conversations and Workshops to Help Make Sense of Your Future
What is Project 2022?
Project 2022 is a year-long series of programs, workshops, and events specifically tailored to help the Class of 2022 get connected with CareerLAB’s staff and resources.
Request to join the Project 2022 Facebook group and stay up-to-date on programs and events just for First Years!
Familiarizing yourself with our resources, programs and counseling early in your time at Brown is a great way to lower stress and increase your chances of success as you explore different concentrations, internships, jobs, and career paths!
Events and Programs Just for First Years
|Getting Started with CareerLAB||
This is the perfect first step for learning all about CareerLAB. Our Career Counselors and Peer Career Advisors will present you with an easy orientation to everything offered at CareerLAB. Discover how to use our resources and tools that can help when you are ready to look for internships and jobs, or even if you just want to figure out where to begin!
Students must attend this program first before meeting with a career counselor.
Upcoming for the Fall 2018 semester:
Our Getting Started programs take place at CareerLAB, which is located at 167 Angell Street (across from the Brown Bookstore side entrance) unless otherwise noted. Register on Handshake* (requested but not required.)
|Class of '22 Welcome Carnival||
CareerLAB is hosting a welcome carnival for the Class of 2022! We will offer a variety of classic games and concessions. Come get to know the CareerLAB student workers and staff members, and have some fun at the same time!
Follow us on social media @browncareerlab (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) to get updates on other events throughout the year!
How can the CareerLAB staff help me?
Phase 1: First-year students can first speak with any of our specially trained Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) during open hours,
Sundays - Fridays 1:30-3:30 pm, held on the first floor of the CareerLAB at 167 Angell Street. PCA open hours are the place to start to learn how to search for a job or internship; how to use Handshake and BrownConnect; how to improve a resume and/or cover letter; and how to apply for internship funding through the LINK program. It is not necessary to register to meet with a PCA during Open Hours.
Phase 2: Once you've met with a PCA or have attended a Getting Started program (see dates above), you can chat with a Career Counselor about connections between careers and concentrations; career self-assessments; individualized plans; or, if you're feeling lost or confused, to figure out how to even get started! Partnering with a Career Counselor that you will chat with about your future plans (both during college and after) starts your first year.
Interested in having a CareerLAB event for your student group or organization? Submit a request to co-sponsor a program by completing the Student Group Event form.