Experiential Learning and Career Management

Career Services, Internships, and Volunteer Central

New Location:

Huntingdon House: Volunteer Central
Bedford House: Internships and Career Services

Across from the Student Memorial Center on George Street (no longer in Lyle Hall as of Spring 2014)

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Career Services prepares students for productive roles in their community by assisting them to explore and choose occupations related to their values, interests and skills.
Internships are great opportunities to explore your interests and begin building that bridge between college and career. Learn more about finding and registering an internship.
Volunteer Central offers resources for students, faculty, staff and community members to help you connect with, build, and sustain meaningful service initiatives. Volunteer Central may help to facilitate community service, service-learning, and Federal Work Study opportunities.

Academic Schools Career Management Collaborations

Academic Schools Career Management Collaborations is a new initiative to develop major specific four year career management plans and to promote job development for each academic school.

Fairs, Events and Forums

Fairs, events and forums occur throughout the year for students, faculty, staff and community members to participate. Check out our calendar to see what’s coming up.

Service-Learning Courses Administration

Service-Learning Courses Administration helps faculty develop appropriate community partnerships to enhance their syllabi and community-based research.