Pizza and Knowledge Workshops

When do I choose pass/no pass?  Am I doing the right things to be competitive after I graduate? Where do I go when something goes wrong?

You’ve got questions. We’ve got knowledge. And pizza. FREE pizza.


In partnership with Orientation Programs, we explore the reasons to see an advisor—from a bad midterm grade to feeling out of place.


Begin your academic career right! We bust those academic myths you'll hear around campus and make sure you know how to make the best academic decisions for you.


How do you prepare for the next step after undergrad? This quarter, we tackle misunderstandings about major, grad/professional school, and career. Learn the steps to building a competitive advantage, from freshman year 'til you toss your graduation cap.


The College of Letters and Science and Career Services presents:

The Pizza and Knowledge Alumni Panel

What does major mean in the real world? What do you do when you hit a roadblock on your career path? What does it take to get a dream job? We've brought back alumni in a variety of careers for a candid talk about what they wish they'd known in undergrad.

April 18, 2017
LSB 1001
1st Years and New Transfers encouraged to attend. Open to all.
Arrive early to ensure a seat and pizza!

This year's panelists:

Kelsey Gorter: Wine Enologist

Megan Snedden: Travel Photographer and Journalist, National Geographic Traveler, BBC

Alex Garcia: Financial and Budget Analyst

Jacob Tell: CEO and Creative Lead of Oniracom (Digital Marketing)

Panel moderated by UCSB Career Counselor, Eric Wilder


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