• Students in the Career Center. Students in the Career Center.

Career Development

Career Planning is a lifelong process of defining and working to achieve career goals. 

FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS: The First-Year Career Awareness Program begins during your first week on campus. Visit the site for details about schedules and upcoming deadlines.

 

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The Center for Career Development Offers:
  • Résumé assistance
  • Employer site visits and interviews
  • Workshops, programs, and activities
  • GRE/LSAT/MCAT preparation and testing through Kaplan
  • Individual career consultation with a career counselor.
  • Career Fair visits and our own Career, Graduate & Professional School Fair
  • Mock interview program
  • Washington College to Wall Street Program & other Professional Programs
  • Lifetime service to alumni

Stories & News

  • Stepheney Wilson ’20 with her students in Zanzibar.

    A double major in biology and theater introduces dramatic arts to schoolchildren in Zanzibar.

  • As a rising senior, Rachel Brown ’16 was a student leader on a new-student orientation program aboard the Sultana.

    Landing a job at National Geographic even before she had graduated, Rachel Brown ’16 hit the ground learning and hasn’t slowed down yet.

  • During the summer before her senior year, Rachel Bailey ’19 (standing back row, far right) conducted microbiology re...

    Anticipating a career in medicine, Rachel Bailey ’19 interned at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, conducting microbiology research as part of the Summer Undergraduate Research program.

  • Poster for Journalism Minor
    Students can now choose to minor in Journalism, Editing, and Publishing.
  • Picabo French’s rendering of a lichen known as rock tripe.

    From lichens growing on Maine granite to bacteria growing on the Mars rover, Picabo French ’19 spent her summer exploring biology with methods and purpose as diverse as her subjects.

  • Standing before the lightship Overfalls is (L to R) Overfalls board member and intern host Tracy Mulveny, Samantha

    During her summer internship with the Overfalls Foundation in Lewes, Delaware, Samantha Robinson ’21 learned about a unique aspect of American maritime history while helping educate visitors and archiving information.