What's all the hype with TLW?

What's all the hype with TLW?

It's never too early to start exploring possible careers! So why not explore the careers of Logger alumni and parents who want to help you along your professional journey?!

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TLW Info for Students

Come one, come all, first-years through seniors!
Step into the real world for a day and explore career options!

what you need to know
Take a Logger to Work (TLW) will be held during the week of January 13-20, 2020 while classes are not in session. Half-day shadowing opportunities are available in various regions* and cover many different fields and academic disciplines. Shadowing days will vary between 4-5 hours or a full work day depending on the host's itinerary.

*Before applying, please note that this is not a university-funded program; students are responsible for any associated travel, lodging, or any other related expenses.

what you need to do
Review the Hosts and Submit Your Application!
Read the host's bios, compare their interests to your own, look them up on LinkedIn, and identify who you'd like to shadow. Each host has specified their hosting date—compare this date with your schedule. You will be able to request up to 2 hosts.

Mark you calendars!
Apps Go Live: 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019 
Priority Deadline: Friday, Oct. 25, 2019
Final Deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019
Special consideration will be given to applicants who meet the priority deadline and present a thorough and thoughtful application. 

Students will be notified if they have been matched with a host by Nov. 8, 2019. Some students may be matched with more than one host if spots are available.

All participants must complete a mandatory orientation in CES. Once you have been accepted to TLW, we will contact you to schedule your orientation.

Got Questions?
Swing by CES to chat with us about TLW or visit one of our career advisors during pop-up advising!




Host Taylor Cassell '13

Leanne Gan '16 said...

"My job shadow was tailored to my interests as a designer. I am so lucky to have had a chance to ask questions to a person in the industry that I can trust. 
I learned about what to expect after I graduate, what I need to improve on to get where I'd like to be, and the perks of working for a company with a great culture and focus on people."

Host Kevin Millison '87

What about TLW was most valuable to you?

"The opportunity to see some of the ideas and passions I possess be made in to a resource to the community. One that through throughout the years, is still placing its community first and actively fighting to continue to make an impact. I am inspired to continue to work towards my goals and see them come to life."

-2017 TLW Student Participant