January 25 – Quarter-Life Crisis

MD Tech Council

In partnership with the Young Professionals Society of the Maryland Tech Council, we are hosting an event geared toward individuals in the early stages of their career: “How to Navigate a Quarter-Life Crisis.” The event will take place Thursday, January 25, 2018 from 6-8 PM in the Whitaker Campus Center.

A quarter-life crisis, defined as “a period of life ranging from twenties to thirties, in which a person begins to feel doubtful about their own lives, brought on by the stress of becoming an adult,” is a term that rose to popularity with a recent book and tour by the authors. Join us for a creative, entertaining activity to kick things off and hear from a panel of professionals to learn more about this concept and successful approaches for overcoming such stress.  Hood graduate students may attend this event for free by emailing gofurther@hood.edu or via Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/events/353189511819852/

The panelists include:

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April M. Boulton, Ph.D.
Dean of the Graduate School, Hood College

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David Gurzick, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management, Hood College

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Lisa J. Littlefield
Director, Center for Career Development and Experiential Education, Hood College

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Josh VerStandig
Owner, Chaps Pit Beef Frederick and Agent, The Meltzer Group

 

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