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    Students can get advice on what they can do with their degrees after college tonight in Moudy South, said an adviser of a recently renewed special interest group. The American Society for Training and Development, an organization geared toward students, faculty and staff who are interested in workplace learning and performance, will kick off its first meeting tonight with free Chipotle, said Debi Iba, the organization’s faculty adviser.

    “ASTD gives students a sneak peak into what professional life is like after graduation,” Iba said.

    Shelah Mabeus, president of ASTD Fort Worth/Mid-Cities Chapter, will speak at tonight’s meeting.

    “The chapter meetings provide networking opportunities with practitioners in the corporate, consulting and institutional environments,” Mabeus said.

    The special interest group will provide a forum for tailored discussions about professions, trends in learning and information for students entering the workplace, Mabeus said.