Misericordia University will offer “Careers in Humanities: Making a Difference,” an open house program for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors, on Thursday, Mar. 5 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., featuring interactive learning to gain a better understanding of the humanities fields and the variety of career opportunities for students who major in those academic disciplines.
The free program begins in Lemmond Theater in Walsh Hall. It enables students to participate in a rotation of classes in English, history, philosophy, and medical humanities, while also meeting with faculty members and students to discuss academic opportunities and career options in those fields of study. Alumni of the humanities programs at Misericordia University will share their stories with participating high school students and their families. Lunch in the campus Dining Hall is included.
The class sessions include:
Students who major in the humanities can establish purposeful careers in a wide variety of professional fields, including business, health care, education, law, government and the arts, as well as in in the corporate, entrepreneurial and nonprofit sectors.
Reservations for the “Careers in the Humanities” program can be made by contacting Rachel Oberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-674-8023. For additional information, please go to admissions.misericordia.edu.