Collaborate with the Career Education Office
At Earlham, career education is much more than just helping students find jobs; it's about helping students grow and develop their life's work in meaningful ways. The Career Education Office can help faculty find creative and engaging ways to integrate career education into the classroom experience. Our Career Advisers can:
- Visit classrooms for presentations on career-related topics
- Facilitate workshops on resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and more
- Help organize career-related events for students in your department
- Connect your students to alumni in their fields
By combining your expertise in your field with the career knowledge and skills of our staff, we can provide students with meaningful opportunities to learn and engage in career education.
Request a Program or Presentation
If you have an idea for a career-related program or would like to bring a Career Adviser to your classroom, please fill out this form to request a program.
Our office takes a divisional approach to advising. To find out who the Career Adviser for your division is, click here.
These resources can help faculty integrate career education into the classroom and provide useful information to students.
Our Integrated Learning Guide is meant to guide students in their educational and career growth while at Earlham. It provides detailed information about how students can build a foundation for their own unique 10-year mindset, whether they are in their first or last year of college.
Our Career and Lifestyle Goals Worksheet can help students start to think holistically about their career development as it relates to other areas of their life.
Symplicity is Earlham's online job posting and application system. Students can upload resumes and cover letters, create a profile, and apply for a variety of opportunities. If you have an opportunity you would like to post, please contact our office.
Our Resource Toolbox provides links to online resources which can help students with career planning, graduate school applications, and job/internship searches. Some resources require a password or access code; our office can provide you with this information.
Our office uses Pinterest to keep track of helpful websites, resources, and opportunities which students and faculty may find helpful. You can find us at www.pinterest.com/EarlhamCareers. If you come across websites or online resources which you would like us to share with other students and faculty through Pinterest, please let us know.
Help your students explore possible career paths with this resource.