Career Planning is a lifelong process of defining and working to achieve career goals.
The Center for Career Development at Washington College is here to help students, alumni, parents, and prospective employers with all aspects of this process including self-assessment, career exploration, career experience and job search or graduate school planning.
The Center for Career Development Offers:
- Resume 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. Make an appointment!
- Career Fair visits and our own Career Expo
- Mock interview program
- Washington College to Wall Street Program & other Professional Programs
- Lifetime service to alumni
Stories & News
Working as a NOAA intern, Erika Koontz helped map a national marine sanctuary and gained deeper insight into the relationship between research and resource management.
A mate aboard the research vessel Callinectes during much of his time at Washington College, Zach Hall ’13 is now an ensign in the U.S. Coast Guard.
As journeyman leaders in the College’s GIS Lab, Brad Janocha and Daniel Benton are presenting at international conferences, teaching younger students, and reveling in overseeing real-world projects.
Taylor Frey ’17 had a front seat to history while working as a White House intern over the summer.
During an internship at Sheppard Pratt, Keita Christophe ’17 saw firsthand the challenges faced by people battling both drug addiction and mental health issues.
A committed global traveler, Marcela Morales ’16 stayed stateside this summer to work for an organization that helps refugees find their footing in the United States.
July 31After spending a year abroad at Washington College, Aldo Ponterosso ’16 is finishing up his time in America with an internship in Washington D.C. that is helping him better define his future.
His summer fellowship at George Washington’s Mount Vernon has given Ian Culcasi an in-depth and intimate view of the world of the nation’s first president.
With their acceptance into a prestigious national security program, two Washington College math and computer science students have opened a remarkable door into their post-graduate careers.
Through her internship with NOAA, Anna Windle is researching and protecting the nests of loggerhead sea turtles and working every day in the natural beauty of a remarkable estuary.