We are thrilled to welcome students and employers back to campus! The Career Development Center remains committed to developing safe and creative solutions for students and employers, inclusive of both on-campus and virtual engagement opportunities.
Open to all regional employers and clinical site locations for full-time and internship positions. This event welcomes students from Bellarmine’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program as well as undergraduate students in Bellarmine’s
pre-Physical Therapy track, exercise science, health science, and athletic training programs.
Deadline to register is Sunday, January 9th at midnight.
Bellarmine supports the Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities (AIKCU) Spotlight career Fair, which allows employers and graduate schools to connect with students from a broad range of disciplines and backgrounds,
and to fill positions and internships in a diverse range of industry sectors.
This event is focused on internship and full-time opportunities for students pursuing careers in politics, public policy, law enforcement, clinical counseling, social and human services.
This event, in partnership with Bellarmine’s Center for Community Engagement, highlights career pathways for students completing degrees in Environmental Science and Environmental Justice & Sustainability.
This event is open to all students! At this event, students will have an opportunity to meet with several alumni in a small group setting so that students can explore a range of industry pathways available, no matter their degree.
This program is open to juniors, seniors and graduate students from all majors. This program matches students 1:1 with a Bellarmine alum in their field of interest and includes 3-points of engagement throughout the spring semester.
Enjoy a casual coffee chat with a panel of Bellarmine alumni or employer representatives. Each month, we’ll facilitate a dialogue with students around identity in the workplace. This series is held in partnership with the Alumni Office, Dr. Patricia Carver Office of Identity & Inclusion, and student organizations. For more information, contact Jorge Pazmino (firstname.lastname@example.org). Tentative schedule includes:
This progressive networking dinner will allow students to meet with several employers over a shared meal, and for students to learn about employers’ commitment to diversity & inclusion in the workplace.
Choose your own adventure! Enjoy a full week of career-related programming, including events that foster career exploration, mentoring & networking.
Discovering your career purpose, or “scopo” (Italian), takes discernment and exploration. The Spring Scopo is a weekly series designed for students to build their experiential roadmap and explore pathways to meaningful work.
The Scopo Series is made possible in partnership with the Career Development Center, the Office of Campus Ministry, Center for Community Engagement, Student Activities Center, and Office for Study Abroad and International Programs.
For more information or to schedule a visit, contact Lauren Coffey (email@example.com).
The Career Development Center coordinates on-campus tabling opportunities for employers. Employers must agree to adhere to all CDC, state, and university health guidelines as the pandemic evolves. Your registration includes a 6’
x 3’ table, 2 chairs, parking, wi-fi access, as well as one social media post and one e-mail message to students during the week of your visit. Limit 1 employer per week.
Several career and professional development courses incorporate a mock interview experience and/or employer panels as part of their course assignments. Availability is subject to the academic calendar and course schedules.