Services for Students
The Career Services Office offers a wide range of services and resources to students seeking career-planning and professional-development assistance.
Choosing a career is one of the most important things you do in life. Your career profile begins with some basic skills and the pursuit of self-knowledge.
Actively develop your career plan and take control of your career by drafting resumes and cover letters, networking with alumni and others, and finding opportunities that interest you.
- Career Counseling
- Internship Search Assistance
- Resume and Cover Letter Critiques
Career and Personality Assessments
All of our assessment resources are provided in-office and are free of charge to you. They include:
- 16 Personalities
- Strengths Quest
We offer a variety of opportunities for you to find both internship and job opportunities through on-campus interviews, special employer presentations and career events such as fairs, workshops, and online job postings.
We can help you develop and refine you professional development skills through mock interviews, informational interviews, and networking opportunities with alumni and outside organizations.
We host a variety of career-related events through the academic year. From round-table discussions on how to find an internship to overnight networking opportunities in major cities, Career Services has it all. Our events include:
- Living and Working
- Career Conversations
- Charge Your Career
- Career Cantina
- Career Fair
- Classical School Job Fair
- Job Pursuit
GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT test preparation and career search materials are available in our office.
Facilities and Other Resources
Our office provides you with phone and Skype interviews, computer terminals for practice testing, and conference space for meeting or career research.