KEY In Des Moines - Student Perspectives on the Future of Work
KEY in Des Moines stands for Keeping Educated Youth in Des Moines. It is a program connecting employers with area colleges and universities for workforce attraction. Every other month the group hosts free educational sessions. KEY in Des Moines is a division of the Urbandale Chamber of Commerce.
In our changing environment, it is important for employers to understand the future of work from a student's perspective. Hear directly from three Central College students, each representing a different major and background on their thoughts about what attracts them to particular employers, what they are looking for in their future career and how they believe the world of work is evolving. All have unique perspectives on internships as well - each having completed at least one.
We invite you to submit questions ahead of the session by replying to this email.
About the Students:
Jonathan Bossou, Junior, Business Management
Jonathan Bossou is a member of the class of 2023 majoring in business management. He is currently participating in the Chicago Semester program studying and interning this fall. Jonathan is active on campus, and in the community.
|Madison Clark, Junior, Computer Science | Minors: Math & History
Madison Clark is a member of the class of 2023 at Central College majoring in Computer Science with minors in Math and History. She is a part of the women's golf team and works in the business office on campus. While not positive where her career path will take her, she hopes to work in software design.
|Jill Podhajsky, Senior, Communication Studies
Jill Podhajsky is a member of the class of 2022 at Central College majoring in Communication Studies. On campus, she serves as the Vice President of Students Against Human Trafficking and is an active member of Campus Ministries Leadership. She plans to work in Human Resources after graduation and hopes to focus on company culture, onboarding/offboarding, and conflict resolution.
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