College to Career Seminar for High School Students

College to Career Seminar

Come to the University of Minnesota for a special day of career exploration and learning!

When: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Lunch included

Where: St. Paul RiverCentre

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High school students are invited for a day of discovery with the University of Minnesota

    • Explore careers in food, veterinary science, and agricultural business
    • Meet UMN Admissions Counselors
    • Learn about the college application process
    • Meet with UMN students
    • Interact with Industry Professionals

Participate in Heave Ho, a Food Emergency Response Exercise: Across the United States, groups of people, of all ages are puking, running to the bathroom, and complaining of a low-grade fever. You and your team find yourselves to be some of the last healthy people around. Your presence is requested by the Food Protection and Defense Institute to uncover the cause of this mysterious illness, consider roles and responsibilities, and in general, clean up this mess before you are reduced to a heaving fool.

 Students and Teachers must individually register by September 10.

    • Click here to access the registration form.
    • Students under the age of 18 must have teacher or parent/guardian supervision.

The College to Career seminar takes place at the Leman Swine Conference, an annual educational event for the global swine industry. The Leman Swine Conference brings hundreds of participants from over 20 countries to St. Paul to learn about science-driven solutions from major players in swine production, animal health, and marketing.



"I loved the professional panel. Hearing about what life may be like as a large animal vet was incredibly helpful. Please keep this for next year's seminar! I greatly benefited from it."

- Senior student, School of Environmental Studies 

"I always appreciate the time given by professionals and students to give the high school students some perspective...and the opportunity to ask questions."

- Teacher, School of Environmental Studies




Questions? Contact Mary Buschette at mbuschet@umn.edu or 612-624-1745.