UCHRI’s first graduate career workshop was held in conjunction with the Humanities and Changing Conceptions of Work (HCCW) initiative, which held a culminating conference in May 2014. The graduate workshop was held on May 8, 2014 and eventually led to Humanists@Work.

Workshop Sessions

The Working Life

This two-part conversation addresses the evolving nature of work in our contemporary moment and the transformation of the culture and environments of work. The panelists also reflect upon their own paths from education to careers.

Ralph Lewin
Cal Humanities

Alison Mudditt
University of California Press

Katharine Zalewsky
Chief Counsel
California Department of Industrial Relations

The Art of the Informational Interview

What is an informational interview and why is it important? What do you do in it, and who should you contact for one? Debra Behrens presents the art of the informational interview and answers any questions you may have about the process and experience.

Debra Behrens, PhD
PhD Counselor
UC Berkeley

Front Liners Panel: Demystifying the HR Screen

Ever wonder what happens to your resume after you hit SEND? Human resources recruiting managers provide a look behind the HR curtain at who reads your resume and what they’re looking for.

Résumé Workshop with The Résumé Studio

This interactive, hands-on workshop, geared toward humanities graduate students, allows graduate students to translate their résumé into a CV.

Jared Redick
The Résumé Studio

Session Videos & Reflections