Welcome to Assumption!
As the newest addition to the Hounds family, the Career Development & Internship Center is excited to support your career and professional development goals and needs.
The Career Development & Internship Center provides career development coaching, professional development programs, and resources to help students make confident choices starting the first year of their college experience . Our staff offers individual appointments, classroom seminars, workshops and programs to provide students with information needed to reach their goals.
Attend the Club Fair to identify your interests and development the strengths that can help you stand out on a resume.
With over 60 student clubs and organizations, you are bound to find one that piques your interest. Joining clubs on campus gives you a chance to meet new friends, network with faculty and staff and maybe even find a future job.
Connect with Faculty & Staff
Being to build meaningful relationships with your academic advisor and faculty and ask questions to learn more about career and academic options.
Meet with a career advisor in the CDIC to discuss your professional interests and goals. They can help you create a college-based resume and help you explore majors, minors, and concentrations that meet your interests.
Explore Major & Career Options
Complete the Focus2 assessment to identify what majors and careers align with your personality, work interests, and values.
Attend the Major Decision Series to meet faculty in your intended major and utilize What Can I Do With This Major to see what occupations align with your intended major.
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