Career Education, as part of the Center for Integrated Learning, is committed to helping students and alumni reach their goals through connections with resources to support their career and life discernment process as they integrate their liberal arts education with their professional and personal experiences. We support holistic development, while emphasizing the importance of knowledge and skill acquisition. We guide students in effectively translating their experiences into the wider world and encourage them to seek out meaningful opportunities that are best suited for their individual skills, interests, and values.
At the Career Education Office, you can:
- Schedule an appointment to meet one-on-one with a Career Adviser
- Take advantage of our drop-in advising hours and meet with a Peer Career Adviser for quick resume tips
- Pick up resources on resume and CV building, writing cover letters and personal statements, searching for internships and jobs, applying for fellowships/scholarships, and more
- Attend events and programs dedicated to helping you navigate your life path
Careers in Museums Program
March 10, 2014
CIL Commons (LBC main floor)
Museum Studies minors and other students interested in museums can come to the CIL Commons (LBC main floor) on Monday, March 10 at 4 p.m. for an informational program on Careers in Museums. Speak with a museum professional and learn more about opportunities in this exciting field!
Interested in Osteopathic Medicine?
March 12, 2014
12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Come meet a representative from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Runyan Center on Wednesday, March 12th from noon to 2:00pm. The representative will be available to talk about osteopathic medicine along with admissions and financial aid information for the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.