Wildfire Information: Pepperdine Monitoring Wildfires – #9 Updated at Nov. 12, 10:00 a.m.

Pepperdine Career Week 2018

Career Week wordmark - Pepperdine University

January 29 - February 2, 2018


The 10th annual Pepperdine Career Week is open to all Pepperdine University students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends. The week features daily signature events for students preparing to make the transition from classroom to career and alumni seeking a competitive advantage in the workplace. Check out the list of events below, all programs are free to attend unless indicated. Visit the Pepperdine Career Services website for more resources. 

Event Title

Event Date

Event Time


Host School


Interviewing/Salary Negotiations with Warner Brothers

Learn to interview and negotiate for the salary you deserve from an expert in the entertainment industry.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

12:00 - 1:00 p.m

James R. Wilburn Auditorium, Drescher Graduate Campus, Malibu

School of Public Policy


Life After College: Expectation vs. Reality

Join us for a conversation with a panel of three alumni from different backgrounds and career paths to explore how Pepperdine, it's Christian mission, their own faith, and other factors have contributed to their life journey since graduation. What does it mean to live Pepperdine's mission in the workforce? What role does faith play in the careers of our alumni, and how does that faith inform decision making and help them find purpose and significance on the job? Additionally, the alumni will offer perspective, through sharing their own stories, about navigating what can often be a challenging, but exciting time of transition post-college.

The program will also address issues of identity, related to work and life and the anxiety that many students feel upon transitioning out of college into the real world. A brief discussion will underscore how our identity, first and foremost lies with Christ - we're not defined by our jobs or work, but instead can be used in those environments to be the hands and feet of Christ to the world.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Elkins Auditorium - Main Campus

Seaver College



Don't miss this boot camp for aspiring entrepreneurs. Sessions include: Technology & Media Panel (#DigitalDownload); Socially Conscious Entrepreneurship Keynote Lunch (#DoGood); Business & Marketing Plan Workshop (#GamePlan); One-on-One Alumni Consultations (#RealTalk)$20 registration fee includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and access to all program events.

Friday, February 2, 2018

9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Room 203 - West LA Campus

Graduate School of Education and Psychology


Improv & Networking

Come join us for an experiential and fun workshop to develop and strengthen your business networking skills. Through the fun of improv, you'll be able to develop more confidence and skill in delivering your "elevator pitch", learn to access authentic stories to support connecting with like-minded referral partners or clients and overall improve your business networking relationships.

Some of the goals include:

  • Discover techniques for learning commonalities to support great cohesion during networking
  • Enhance listening skills
  • Learn strategies and strengthen confidence to have more ease in business networking situations
  • Refine 30-second pitch (Students will prepare this in advance)

Saturday, February 3, 2018

10:30 am - 12:30 pm

West LA Campus

Graziadio Business School