Employers from all sectors are invited to build their brand on campus and benefit from their partnership with the Center for Career Development by becoming a sponsor.
For more information, please contact our Director of the Center for Career Development, Shannon Hargrove.
Conduct interviews on campus for your entry-level jobs and internship opportunities.
Schedule an Information Session on campus to maximize student awareness of your organization, provide information about your hiring needs, and interact with potential student applicants prior to interviews.
For more information, please contact our Director Shannon Hargrove.
Federal Work-Study Partnerships
As a part of our Student Employment program, our office fosters partnerships with local organizations that hire our students for a variety of community outreach work.
For more information, please contact our Director of Student Employment Man-ching Tom.
About our Students and Alumni
The Center for Career Development provides undergraduate and graduate students with advice and resources to explore all aspects of their career development for the following academic programs.
Undergraduate Majors, Minors and Programs
Undergraduates choose from more than 50 areas of study leading to Bachelor degrees. Majors include: Accounting, Academic Writing, African Studies, American Studies, Art History, Art Studio, Asian Studies, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Classics, Communication Studies, Creative and Professional Writing, Dance & Theater, Digital Media Production, Economics, Finance and Management, Education, English, Environmental Studies, Film Studies, French, German, Health Sciences, History, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, International Studies, Irish Studies, Italian, Library Information Studies, Marketing, Mathematics and Computer Science, Museum Studies, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science and Legal Studies, Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Studies, Psychology, Social Justice, Sociology and Anthropology, Spanish and Latin American Studies, Sport Studies, Womens Studies, World Religions.
The School of Education offers 14 bachelor’s degree programs, 32 master’s degree programs and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers Master of Science degrees in International Management, Human Resource Management and Organizational Effectiveness, Business Leadership, Finance, Management Communication Management, Sport Business Management, as well as Master of Arts degree in Writing.
Alumni with varying experiences are also provided with CCD services and access to job opportunities. By posting positions with the CCD your reach will extend to the audience that is qualified for your internship, entry-level and/or experienced positions.