"The least of the work of learning is done in the classroom."
- Thomas Merton
Empower career-ready students and alumni through self-discovery, experiential learning, mentoring, and networking to successfully live, work, lead, and serve in the global community.
Create a career ecosystem across campus integrating our shared priorities with diverse campus partners to advance the career success of students.
We want to work with faculty in all academic departments to connect students to employers and careers. To provide feedback on how the Career Development Center can better support students in your academic discipline, please email Lilly Massa-McKinley, Director of Career Development. We are eager to build stronger partnerships across campus and work together toward the critical goal of career success of our students.
Five things Faculty can do to support the career success of your students:
1. Search and Share Jobs and Internships
2. Request a Classroom Presentation
3. Request an Employer Panel
4. Include Career-Events in your Syllabus
5. Refer a Student for Career Advising
Faculty have a significant role to play as Sponsors of credit-bearing internship experiences. The Career Development Center has worked in collaboration with faculty from various disciplines to draft a template syllabus for a 444 course and guidelines for assignments and evaluations. See the below Resources for Internships to lighten the load as an Internship Sponsor.
Resources for Internships: