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  • Career Exploration

    Associate Director for Career Development Tiffany Waddell Tate explains how the career exploration process helps students identify organizations and employers that speak to who they are as people and the impact they want to have on the world.

  • Internships

    Associate Director for Employer Relations Jamie Stamey discusses the importance of internships for post-graduate success, and the ways the center helps students find them.

  • Job Shadowing

    Assistant Director for Career Development Sarah Satterwhite Williams discusses why the job shadowing program is so popular, pairing students with professionals across the country to see firsthand the environment, pace, and workplace culture in a wide range of industries.


Students are encouraged to visit and take advantage of the center beginning in their first year. We provide services, programs and opportunities that allow you to explore how your academic and personal interests relate to future professional opportunities; entrance into employment, internships, fellowships and graduate school programs; and success through on- and off-campus interview opportunities, employer information sessions, and job and graduate school fairs.

Career Planning Checklists by Class Year

First Year Sophomore Year Junior Year Senior Year

For students of every class year, the process of using our office likely begins with becoming "Employer Ready."  


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