The School of Pharmacy and Health Professions hosts events throughout the year that engage students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community. We hope you can join us to celebrate recognition, achievement, scholarship and commencement as students enter their chosen professions.
Save the date for the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions and College of Nursing Career Fair, Friday, November 11, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Skutt Student Center.
Employers will be stationed at tables for students to explore their career placement and future employment options. More than 300 nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy and physical therapy students attend our fair.
Employers with employment opportunities conduct personal interviews with students separately from the booths at the career fair. Students are encouraged to sign up for available time slots in Jobs4Jays. Specific employers have posted times they are available to discuss opportunities within their organizations or companies.
Thursday, November 10, 2016
4 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Skutt Student Center
Rooms 104 and 105
Employers, please contact jcrinklaw [at] creighton [dot] edu (Joan Crinklaw) to register for interviews.
Career Fair Interviews
Friday, November 11, 2016
9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Skutt Student Center
Rooms 104 and 105
Employers, please contact jcrinklaw [at] creighton [dot] edu (Joann Crinklaw) to register for interviews.
- Student Guide: Jobs4Jays
20th Annual Sherman-Steichen Memorial Run 5k/10k
20th Annual Sherman-Steichen Memorial Run 5k/10k. Early bird registration guarantees you a t-shirt. T-shirt availability for regular and race day registration are first-come, first-serve. Walkers are welcome for the 5k. Bring your dog or your child in a stroller – everyone is welcome! All registration fee proceeds support the Sherman-Steichen Scholarship fund for students at Creighton University in commemoration of Brett Sherman and Nick Steichen.
Questions? Please contact Adrian Schenk at adrianschenk [at] creighton [dot] edu.
About Brett and Nick
Brett Sherman joined Creighton’s pharmacy program in the fall of 1995. During his time at CU, he made many friends. Classmates remember Brett as the selfless one who would wait until everyone else picked the choice assignments and then volunteer to do whatever was needed to complete a group project.
Brett seemed to have found his niche in the pharmacy profession. His instructors remarked that he would have been an outstanding pharmacist because of his attention to detail and genuine concern for others. Those who knew him knew that much of his free time was spent outdoors camping, skiing, hiking, fishing and biking with friends and family. Brett was dependable, considerate and well-loved. He was a quiet man, and his good nature was evidenced in his ready grin. All who knew Brett Sherman miss him. He was a scholar, a gentleman and most of all, he was a friend.
Nick Steichen was a member of the Creighton University Physical Therapy class of 2000. Nick died on January 2, 1998, after having completed the first semester of the physical therapy program at Creighton.
Nick was a talented and unique person. He was intelligent and hard working. He helped others whenever he could, and he made sure he had fun. He was good person. He was optimistic, patient, generous and a friend to everyone. He was never too busy to help his classmates when they were having difficulties in their courses.
While Nick always earned very good grades, he was most interested in knowledge and learning those things that would make him a good therapist, not in memorizing facts for a test. Nick was also proud of his family. He talked about his parents and his siblings frequently. He showed pictures of his nieces and nephews to whomever was around him, and he told family stories to anyone who would listen. He made it clear that his family was special and that he was a family man all the way. There was much more to Nick and his life than what we knew of him while he was here, and so we honor him with this event.
On-campus recruiting is an important connection between current students in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions and health care employers. Students should take advantage of this face-to-face interaction with future employers to explore job opportunities.
Jobs4Jays Search for Info Sessions
Log in to your account in Jobs4Jays. You must have a resume uploaded to RSVP for the above events. To RSVP, click on the Career Fairs and Events tab on the main page. Search “Info Sessions” and select which one you would like to attend. Click “RSVP for this Event.”
If you wish to recruit students in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, sessions are scheduled based on availability of classrooms and academic courses. Each on-campus recruiting visit is $100 to cover administrative costs. Additional recruiting strategies are also available to employers.
If you are an employer and would like to schedule a visit to campus, please contact JoannCrinklaw [at] creighton [dot] edu (Joann Crinklaw). Once your visit is confirmed, it will be listed above for students to view.
Previous Employer Visits
- CVS Pharmacy
- RTG Medical
- Alegent Health
- Aureus Medical Group
- Fusion Medical Staffing
- U.S. Public Health Service
- TIRR Memorial Herman
The Professionalism Ceremony provides insight into the integration of knowledge and skill with altruistic attitudes, values and behaviors. In addition, it emphasizes responsibility to a chosen profession as through our academic programs. Representatives from the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions faculty and staff, current students and the Alumni Advisory Board welcome students into their chosen profession and share their experiences of growth and encouragement by getting involved in activities.
Professionalism Ceremony Dates 2017
Alaska Occupational Therapy
Wednesday August 2, 2017 at 6:00pm
University of Alaska- Anchorage
Regis Creighton Occupational Therapy
Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 11 a.m.
Regis University-Denver, Colorado
St. John Francis Regis Chapel
Campus/GO Occupational Therapy, Campus/Distance Pharmacy and Physical Therapy
Friday, August 18, 2017 at 1:30 p.m.
DJ Sokol Arena at the Ryan Athletic Center
Students are encouraged to invite family members and friends, and no reserved seating will be accommodated. There is adequate seating for all guests, and tickets are not required at any ceremony. All Creighton University and University of Alaska at Anchorage facilities are handicap accessible for guests with disabilities.
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