Hear from and network with professionals from local companies and organizations who have found meaningful careers following their calling. Learn about potential internships and jobs as well.
Making a Living, Making a Difference is a networking event for students interested in exploring career opportunities that unite the goals of “making a difference” and “making a living.” During this two-hour social and networking event on Feb. 27, students will have the opportunity to connect and interact with a range of professionals whose career experiences and decisions have enabled them to make a difference while making a living.
Through meeting these individuals and learning about the organizations they work at, students will not only be able to learn about the various career opportunities available, but they will also have the chance to gain a deeper understanding of what these career journeys and decisions require.
This event is free for all Marquette students to attend. Appetizers and refreshments will be provided.
Companies that will be represented include:
- AIDS Resource Center
- City Year
- Goodwill Industries of Southeastern, WI
- The Healing Center
- Meta House
- Milwaukee County District Attorney Office
- Milwaukee County Health and Human Services
- Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society - WI Chapter
- Playworks Milwaukee
- Portal, Inc.
- Public Allies
- The Sexual Assault Treatment Center
- Sojourner Family Peace Center
- United Arts Performing Fund
- United Way
- Urban Ecology Center
- ...and many more
Making a Living, Making a Difference is hosted by the Marquette University Center for Peacemaking, Hunger Clean-Up, and the Peace Studies Major with sponsorship from the Kohl’s Career Education Scholarship and the Marquette University Career Services Center.