FSU Panama City will host “Fast to the Future,” a speed career exploration event for students, Wednesday, March 8. Fashioned after speed dating, the event will provide students a brief exposure to a variety of career options in nine-minute intervals. Students from any major and all prospective college students are welcome.
The job search should start with knowing yourself, your interests and your skills, representatives from the FSU Career Center said during a visit to Florida State’s Panama City campus. The Florida State University Career Center strives to be the preeminent career center model for designing and delivering comprehensive, innovative and inclusive career and employment services.
FSU Panama City alumnus Pope Thrower, who is the press attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam, will present “From Panama City to Pakistan (and a few places in between): The importance of adventure and travel for future careers” during a Nole Talk at noon Sept. 29, in Holley B212.
Because of generous donors, about 175 scholarship recipients are able to afford college each year at FSU Panama City. Endowed scholarships are privately funded and recognize superior scholarship, leadership and exemplary character among student recipients who have high financial need.