Career Transitions, Neilson Library's Future, Atlantic City Musical

We kick off February with two College-sponsored events and later, it's time for a visit to "the Black Copacabana."

On Saturday, February 6, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, it's time to think about networking - and perhaps your next career move. Join us for a Smith Business Network event on Career Transitions and Transformations. This session is for those who may be planning a career transition such as becoming a manager, joining a new organization, starting a business or becoming a parent. We will focus on how these kinds of changes impact people on both the professional and personal level and will discuss the skills and attitudes necessary to succeed. 

Smith President Kathleen McCartney and 
Provost and Dean of the Faculty Katherine Rowe come to the Big Apple on Thursday, February 11, at 6:00 pm for a special talk with architectural designer Maya Lin on Reimagining Neilson: A Library for the 21st Century. They will discuss exciting plans for the library and what it will look like for future students and scholars. 

Mark your calendars today to celebrate an Atlantic City treasure of yesterday - the famed Club Harlem. The new musical, On Kentucky Avenue, co-produced by Sylvia "Cookie" Smith Lewis '74, transports audiences back to a time before the casinos, when Kentucy Avenue's Club Harlem - known as "the Black Copacabana" - featured not only major talent of the era but also flair, fashion and fantastic stage shows. The musical, which runs from February 19 to 21 at Aaron Davis Hall on the campus of The City College of New York, has an original score true to the era interspersed with classic songs from the 1960's. Tickets are $25 (Smith $5 off with code "Sylvia") and proceeds benefit Harlem community theater programs.







College Event: The Smith Business Network - Career Transitions & Transformations
Saturday, 02/6/16 at 10:00am
Setting Yourself Up for Career Success Workshop.

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College Event: Reimagining Neilson: A Library for the 21st Century
Thursday, 02/11/16 at 6:00pm
Please plan on joining Smith College President Kathleen McCartney and Provost and Dean of the Faculty Katherine Rowe for an important discussion about libraries in the 21st century.

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Connect Event: On Kentucky Avenue, Musical Co-Produced by Sylvia 'Cookie' Smith Lewis '74
Friday, 02/19/16 at 7:00pm
A celebration of Atlantic City’s famed Club Harlem.

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