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Finding a Calling

For 30 years, Dartmouth's Office of Career Services has helped Dartmouth students make informed decisions about their undergraduate and post-graduate plans and provided resources to help them explore a variety of leave term and career options. To kick off this anniversary year, Career Services invites members of the Dartmouth community to the opening of the Alumni Stories exhibition in Collis Café on Thursday, August 3 at 4 p.m.

Gisela Insuaste
Artist, educator, and administrator Gisela Insuaste '97 is featured in Career Services' Alumni Stories Project and will attend the August 3 exhibition opening. Insuaste has worked with diverse populations in organizations such the Kansas City Art Institute, the Chicago Historical Society, and the Smithsonian Institution. Read Insuaste's alumni story.

The Alumni Stories Project is made possible by a generous donation from the John B. Kovas '63 Career Discovery Program. "John believed that most of us are looking for a calling, not a job," says Director of Career Services Skip Sturman '70. By showcasing the rich variety of careers embraced by Dartmouth graduates and offering success stories from many different fields of endeavor, the project aims to inspire current undergraduates to make their passion their work. For more information, call 646-2215 or read Alumni Stories.

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Last Updated: 12/17/08