To access the Career Development team, please email Angel McCormack at firstname.lastname@example.org. Within the email please state your Career Development needs.
All part-time students can view job postings in Symplicity. To be eligible to apply to these jobs, or to RSVP for company treks, students must first work with the Career Development team on their resume and cover letter.
Upon request, Part-time Students who are already registered with the Career Development Center and are in their last year of the program can have access to Symplicity’s internal job listings, where they may apply for these internal job listing as well as take part in On-Campus Interviews.
Job Clubs are groups of individuals getting together to support each other through the trials and tribulations of finding employment. The purpose of Job Club is to keep job seekers informed, motivated and connected. The design of the student-run Job Club sets the tone, flow, time and material covered. As the Job Club grows, it will continue to change to meet the needs of the participants.
The Career Development Center is dedicated to helping you in every phase of your career planning endeavors. Take advantage of our many resources and tools in order not just to find your next job, but the right job.
True career management is a lifelong process. One of the best ways to ensure a long and successful career is to learn the strategies and tools of proactive career management, outlined in detail in the Career Development Handbooks below. For assistance, you may contact the Career Development staff.
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