Columbia College Dinner
– David Feith, CC ‘09
Picture this: You and a few of your peers having an intimate conversation
over dinner with a highly-accomplished alumnus from an industry of interest to
you. A chance to have all of your burning questions answered without the
pressure of a formal networking event.
This event, we welcome David Feith, CC '09.
Feith is an assistant editorial features (op-ed) editor at The Wall Street Journal
and chairman of CitizenshipFirst, a national organization he co-founded
after publishing Teaching America:
The Case for Civic Education (Rowman & Littlefield, 2011). He
was a Robert L. Bartley Fellow at the Journal in 2008 and 2009, and he was an
assistant editor at Foreign Affairs magazine from 2009 to 2010. He graduated
with a degree in history from Columbia University in 2009.
The Center for Career Education, in partnership with the CCAA Career
Education Committee, presents the Columbia College Dinner and Discussion
Series, where select Columbia College students have the opportunity to interact
with Columbia College alumni from different industries in a relaxed and
informal atmosphere. This is an ideal setting for students to learn the
workings of the industries they are interested in to advance their career
exploration. Be sure to register early as space is extremely limited.
Resume required? No.
Eligibility: This event is only open to current Columbia College students.
Registration REQUIRED. All interested students must apply by filling
out the registration form. You will be contacted as soon as you have been
approved to attend.
Register for this Event