Career Planning and Development Center Kicks Off Spring 2018 On Campus Recruiting Program

Feb. 7, 2018

The Career Planning & Development Center Kicks Off Spring 2018 On Campus Recruiting Program
The Red Cross and Kingdom House have plenty of opportunities for students.

The Career Planning & Development Center kicked off their Spring 2018 On Campus Recruiting Program with two organizations making a difference in the community.

The Red Cross was on campus recruiting volunteers that want to give back to our community and like the flexibility of volunteering 4 hours per month. Kristen Pendleton, Volunteer Recruitment representative, shared the variety ways students and staff can volunteer, including donor ambassador and transportation specialist on the Blood Services team. 

Kingdom House, an organization that believes in educating, strengthening and empowering children, youth, seniors and families for a better life, hosted an information table in the University Center to recruit Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) Freedom School Servant Leader Interns. We were excited to welcome back to campus, Webster University alum and former employee, Gregory Johnson II, Kingdom Academy Teen advisor, along with Danielle NiederKingdom Academy Middle School advisor.

For information on these great opportunities, sign in to Gorlok Career Link, Webster University’s online recruiting and career management system and explore the Career Planning & Development Center website for a variety of career resources. 

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