Networking for Venture and Work
Date: 4:00pm - 5:30pm PDT March 15 Location: J.R. Howard, Room 302
J.R. Howard, Room 302
Whether you are looking for venture resources, learning more about an industry or looking for a job, networking is key. For job seekers, 80% of jobs are sourced via networking. Learn the formula in this workshop.
Chrys is a recovering attorney who now uses her advocacy skills to connect employers and entrepreneurs to talented and passionate Lewis & Clark students. As part of her mission to connect the liberal arts to problem solving in the workplace, Chrys engages professionals to speak directly with students about career path, industry trends and entrepreneurship via Lunch with a Leader, Winterim, workshops and evening events. Based on their interests, she connects students to resources on and off-campus including venture competitions, networking and informational interviews. Chrys is helping spearhead Lewis & Clark’s Work Study Pilot and is the Campus Partner to the Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community (LLC). Prior to coming to the Center for Entrepreneurship, she worked in the Career Center as the Employer Relations Coordinator, where she executed much of the programming for the Center for Entrepreneurship and resurrected the on-campus Career Fair. She graduated from Smith College and Boston University School of Law, after which she practiced medical malpractice and insurance defense litigation in California. She moved with her family to Portland 12 years ago and is an unapologetic snob about Massachusetts pizza.