Career Resources For Current Students

Find the support you want and need in every step of your college and career journey.

The Office of Internship and Career Development works closely with the Office of Academic Advising to offer you an integrated four-year journey. From self-awareness and academic exploration in your first year to pursuing career and graduate program opportunities, we're with you every step of the way.

Professional Development Goals

  • Explore your strengths and interests and make connections to your academic and career journey
  • Incorporate professional awareness and build a toolkit through your digital portfolio

Professional Development Journey 

  • Attend Taste of Summer and nonprofit service fair in fall to learn about experiential learning at Agnes Scott
  • Initiate your professional toolkit (resume, LinkedIn) in Leadership 102 coursework

Professional Development Goals

  • Connect your academic experiences to future opportunities (internships, careers, cultural growth, mentored research)
  • Deepen your self-awareness of your strengths to inform your selection of academic major

Professional Development Journey 

  • Create a proactive plan for experiential learning
  • Access one-on-one interest and strengths assessments
  • Build career literacy through meaningful work events, informational  interviews and majors exploration
  • Build professionalism during PEAK Week Sophomore Experience 

Professional Development Goals

  • Build career literacy within academic focus
  • Strengthen your professional experience and exposure with meaningful internship and mentored research experiences

Professional Development Journey 

  • Establish a relationship with a career ally
  • Support Meaningful Work panels and treks in your major
  • Polish your professionalism through one-on-one coaching (practice interviews, cover letter review, 360 feedback)
  • Pursue meaningful summer internship or mentored research experience

Professional Development Goals

  • Pursue post-graduation jobs and graduate programs with professional confidence, self-awareness and knowledge of opportunities
  • Leverage your network and experience to reach your goals

Professional Development Journey 

  • Fine-tune your personal toolkit – resume, LinkedIn, cover letters and personal statements 
  • Polish your "personal selling" skills via senior career labs and SUMMIT
  • Research options and create a post-college career plan
  • Focus PEAK Week on your post-college transition

Throughout your four years, you can access:

  • Career literacy programming, centered around regular Meaningful Work panels, speakers and Career Treks to local companies and organizations in a variety of industries and positions
  • Professional development with staff and alumnae, professionalism workshops, resume review, practice interviews and role-playing
  • Strengths-based coaching, including group workshops and one-on-one sessions with the Office of Internship and Career Development
  • Interview-appropriate attire coaching with a career stylist through Dress for Success, a nonprofit partner of the Office of Internship and Career Development
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