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Humanities Professional Resource Center

Telling Stories, Solving Problems, Building Connections

The Humanities Professional Resource Center offers career advising and opportunities specifically focused on humanities students. We’re here to help you

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No matter where you are in preparing for a career, the Humanities Professional Resource Center can help you plan for success.

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UPCOMING EVENTS ON ZOOM (meeting info on Handshake):

Mondays 4 – 6 pm Career Cafe (drop-in time)
https://illinois.zoom.us/j/81732474850?pwd=MGFkMGNOWWl4V0xiOWpGQkxuemNYUT09

Fridays at noon to 1 pm (drop-in time) – Resumes and Cover Letters

Spring 2021 Virtual Career Fairs

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Schedule an appointment (phone or Zoom) for one-on-one career advising or email humanitiesprc@illinois.edu with your questions.


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