Offices & Services

Career Development


Your career search begins the moment you step foot on campus.

We suggest that freshmen begin to explore career options and recommend that you:
  • Create a Handshake account
  • Try GoinGlobal for jobs (accessed through Handshake resources page)
  • Like us on Facebook
  • Consider Jobs in Chestertown
  • Write a resume and have critiqued by the Career Center
  • Visit our Social Media Center to learn  how your Facebook, Twitter, and other social media affects your career
  • Take FOCUS 2, a comprehensive career planning program that provides guidance and information to help you make important career and educational decisions

Call 410-778-7890 or email for an appointment.


Your Freshman and Sophomore Years

First Year Career Awareness Program (FYCAP). During orientation weekend first-year students will learn more about the Career Center and the importance of getting started early with academic and career-related decisions. 

  • Start your network of contacts, both on and off campus. 
  • Diversify and think about all possible options with your major.
  • Read our emails (about recruiters, internships, jobs, programs and events)
  • Attend the Career Expo on campus
  • Be aware of deadlines
  • Pursue at least one internship. Apply early and often.
Your Junior and Senior Years
  • Prep for graduate school exams
  • Take part in the Path To Passion Program. This program provides students with an opportunity to connect with alumni who can provide information about specific occupations in chosen career fields, insight into the expectations of the professional work environment, resources for identifying experiential learning opportunities, and suggestions for building a professional network.
  • Students pursing graduate school should consider our specialized academic programs in Premedical, Pre-Law, Nursing, Pharmacology and Engineering
  • Take part in our Mock Interview Program.
  • Talk with faculty and others about your internship, job and graduate school needs, ideally your junior year if not earlier.
  • Be aware of deadlines
  • Read our emails (about recruiters, internships, jobs, programs and events).