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The Sherman and Gloria H. Cohen Career Center is located at 180 Stadium Drive between Walter J. Zable Football Stadium and the Sadler Center. This is the first independent building for the Career Center at William and Mary. It "features an open and welcoming reception area and resource lounge, comfortable and spacious interview rooms, and a presentation room equipped with technology that develops career awareness and skills necessary for career development." "The $7.9 million facility was completed during the fall semester of 2010. Construction began in fall 2009." A ceremonial groundbreaking took place at the site on Friday, December 5, 2008.
In the News
- "W&M celebrates future Cohen Career Center," 5 December 2008, http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2008/wm-celebrates-future-cohen-career-center-001.php
- "William & Mary receives $6 million to construct Career Center," 2 December 2008, http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2008/WM%20receives%206%20million%20dollar%20gift%20to%20construct%20new%20career%20center001.php
- "Career Center to get a new home," The Flat Hat 8 April 2008.
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