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Navigating Your Career During the Pandemic

Katya Keklikian

Katya Keklikian ’21, a 2019-20 Hackworth Fellow with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, explores navigating your career during the pandemic.

For her Ethics Center project this year, Hackworth Fellow Katya Keklikian ‘21 reflects on what it means to be a Santa Clara University graduating student during the pandemic. She shares insights and tips on how those entering the job market can best navigate their future career paths through the lens of SCU's “3 C’s”: Competence, Conscience, and Compassion. (Katya produced her video in collaboration with the SCU Career Center.)

Jun 22, 2020

Hackworth Fellow Katya Keklikian ‘2020 reflects on what it means to be a Santa Clara University graduating student during the pandemic.

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Projects by Hackworth Fellows

2019-2020

COVID-19 Video Project: Impact, Values, and the Future

Government Ethics for New Voters

How to Ethically Engage in the Job Search

Navigating Your Career During the Pandemic

 

Previous Projects

Creating Dialogue and Finding Solutions for Gender Inequality in Leadership

The Power of Our Voices

"Can We Talk?" - Perspectives on Campus Climate

Handling Depression in College: When It's Not a Good Day to Be a Bronco

The Big Q Podcast

Silicon Valley Business Ethics Cases

The Ethics of Friendship

Engineering Ethics Cases