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Career Exploration Center

Your Agnes Scott experience goes beyond your time on campus. Everything you learn and do here will prepare you for a lifetime of success.

Whether you're an undergraduate, a graduate student or an alumna, we can't wait to connect you to your future.

Your professional development at Agnes Scott follows the same approach as your academic journey — an intentional path with key milestones and opportunities for growth, semester upon semester.

We invite you to join at least one of the college's career communities led by our four career coaches. Each community convenes for skill-building workshops, career panels and recruitment events.

  • Health and Sciences
  • Business and Technology
  • Nonprofit, Arts, Social Impact & Sustainability
  • Digital and Visual Communications, Education
  • Government, Policy, Pre-Law, and International Affairs
Agnes Scott College student taking advantage of career communities and talking with a career coach.

Need to meet with a career coach?

Book an appointment on COMPASS or attend in-person walk-in hours; Wednesdays and Thursdays, 2:30 - 4 p.m.

Agnes Scott College Handshake

Agnes Scott College chose the industry leader for college jobs board, Handshake. Designed by students, its user-friendly interface makes it easy for students to find internships, part-time, and full-time liberal arts degree jobs posted by employers who have specifically reached out to Agnes Scott College.

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Contact Us

Career Exploration Center

Phone: 404.471.5454

Buttrick Hall, Garden Level
Buttrick G26


By the Numbers

The Class of 2019 accomplished some great things, both before and after graduation:
Scotties who studied abroad in a total of 34 different countries.
Scotties who completed mentored research or creative projects.
Scotties who completed at least one internship.
Scottie seniors who reported that Agnes Scott alumnae helped them achieve their post-graduation goals.
Scottie job seekers who had a full-time job within a year of graduation.
The acceptance rate for Scotties who applied to graduate school.
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