A program that links course selection and choice of majors and minors with the local and global workplace to prepare students for a career that fits their interests and skills.
The FY CAP program aims to prepare incoming freshmen right from the summer before they enroll at Washington College through their freshmen year, to better understand their skills and interests and work towards a career involving these.
In partnership with the Sophomore class officers, the Center for Career Development hosts an experiential event just for Sophomores! Read more…..
The Washington College to Wall Street Program introduces talented and committed students to our strong network of alumni and friends working in financial services, creating internship opportunities and assisting students interested in pursuing a career in business or financial services. Read more….
This program creates opportunities for you to explore career fields within the business, government, and non-profit work environments. You will visit a host organization for one to three days and learn first hand how classroom learning can be linked to career choices and further educational goals. Read more….
The Career Ambassador Corps is a group of 12 students who are trained to represent the programs featured by the Career Center. Ambassadors reach out to students who often cannot get the center for a variety of reasons and in effect increase our presence on campus. It is an honor to be accepted into the corps. Applications for Career Ambassador spokespeople positions will be put on JobX on March 1 for available slots in the corps. Ambassadors meet once a month as a team and receive up 6 hours of additional career development training in addition to individual and team Clifton Strengths 34 coaching. Join the Career Ambassador Corps.
Path to Passion is a searchable collection of our alumni stories. We strive to connect Alumni Relations, Admissions and Career Services to help current students, prospective students and their families, and members of the Washington College community. Through sharing stories of the varied career paths on which our graduates embark, we aim to illustrate the value of a liberal arts education.
HBX CORe is a program offered by Harvard that teaches the language of business in a 3 course online learning experience that introduces undergraduates to business concepts and terminology.
Professional Etiquette Dinner
Taught by resident Social Etiquette instructor Georgina Bliss, Seniors and Juniors will be invited to a unique Social Etiquette - Interactions Dinner. In this setting, students will not only be reminded of the wide range of traditions used when attending a business function, but students will also learn valuable social etiquette skills to add to the Career Toolbox. Seating is limited.