Career & Leadership Development

Feature Profile

“This was my first internship at an archaeological field site in a group of very experienced archaeologists and it forced my personal learning curve to increase rapidly. Learning to overcome physical discomfort, language barriers, and lack of experience in archaeology was an incredible experience. (Colca Pukaras Archaeological Project, Peru)”

Emmie Oliver, C’ 16
Emmie Oliver, C’ 16

Coming Up!

Finishing your internship? Reports due Sept. 1


A final report written by you and an evaluation of your work as an intern are required for all Sewanee students who have received internship funding from the University. Instructions for completing your report are found when you follow this link.

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Student Leaders’ Summit 2014

to Convocation Hall

photos of 2013 Summit

Collaborate with fellow student leaders, plan for the coming year, and learn how to get things done at Sewanee. Click "Read More" to see the schedule and to register.

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C’15 Workshop

to Gailor Auditorium

Learn how our office can support you throughout your senior year and how best to use all of the resources that we offer. THIS WORKSHOP WILL ALSO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 28th, FROM 7:00 - 8:00 PM, IN ADDITION TO SUNDAY, AUGUST 31st, FROM 4:00 - 5:00 PM, AT GAILOR AUDITORIUM.

Crafting Your Personal Statement

to duPont Library, G31

Register on TigerNet for the opportunity to work on your personal statement for graduate/professional school. If you have a draft of your personal statement, please upload it to TigerNet. The workshop will be led by noted author and lecturer Don Asher.

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Gain Admission to Highly Competitive Graduate Schools

to Gailor Auditorium

Noted author and lecturer, Don Asher, returns to Sewanee each fall to share advice with SRO crowds of students on the topic of their application process to grad/professional school. Personal statements, managing the application process, seeking letters of recommendation, and other topics will be thoroughly explored in a very fast-paced session. Prizes will be given out!

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(931) 598-1121

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8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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  • Mon. and Tues., 2–5 p.m.
  • Wed. and Thurs., 10 a.m.–noon