How is the Office of Career Development preparing for the fall?
The Hale Center for Career Development will again offer its innovative seven-week Career Preparation Course for first- and second-year students this fall. Once students complete this course, they can apply for funding to support career exploration, job shadowing and internships.
Will there be internships or other community work available in the fall?
Yes. There will continue to be a wide range of remote internships and community placements. State and local health and safety guidelines, as well as our own campus protocols, will determine the extent to which in-person off-campus placements will be possible. For first-year students and sophomores who have completed their Career Preparation Course, and for juniors and seniors, there will be a wide range of Advanced Career Engagement (ACE) activities, including career mentoring, industry-specific panel discussions, mock interviews and targeted resume workshops, as well as one-on-one meetings with our career advising professionals.