Career Resources and Career Development
Career and professional development means discovering opportunities that are available in your field of study and taking ownership of your career path. Clinton College Career Services will help you not only identify and develop your soft and hard skills but polish your résumé and provide career preparation and guidance to equip you with so many more career resources to ensure that you are career-ready by the time you complete your degree and when you step out into the workforce.
Connect with Clinton College Career Services regardless of what level you are in your career and where you are located. You can access tools for career exploration and preparation, upcoming events such as career fairs, networking, job and internship opportunities, connect with professionals in your field of study to gain more insight about expectations, request resume assistance, or learn about your academic options based on careers. We’re here to support you throughout your career journey. Read on to learn more about how Career Services can assist you as a student and beyond graduation.
Career Resources at a Glance
From one-on-one career coaching to job search preparation, see how our career resources and staff can help you prepare for career success.
Whenever you need us, we will be there
Career development is a lifelong process so at Clinton College, we understand that circumstances may arise that is beyond your control which may lead to changing careers, layoffs, and so on. We are here to assist you in any way we can to help you get back on track to pursuing a rewarding career or if you are just starting your career and need guidance on next steps on what to do next.
We are dedicated to assisting you with understanding and navigating the essentials of a job search and finding your career path throughout the process. Clinton College Career Services will provide a wide range of services that are for both students and members of our Alumni Association. Consider taking an assessment to further understand what career you might be best suited. Below are some career assessments and other resources to get you started:
Tammy B. Hayes
Associate Dean of Work Program and Career Services