Student-Athlete Career Night
An annual career event and networking dinner offering student-athletes the opportunity to meet one-on-one with employers interested in recruiting student-athletes for internships and full time employment. Representatives from various graduate and professional schools are also in attendance to share information regarding postgraduate educational opportunities.
Career Strategies Course- (CP 110) (required for students to take in their third or fourth year)
A 1 credit course that uses individual and group development activities to explore personal career development planning. Students learn about themselves as well as the world of work and how the two intersect. Secrets of a successful job search and how to use networking and informational interviews as part of this process are also discussed.
Individual assistance is provided on resume and cover letter writing in addition to graduate school application reviews.
Relationships are developed with local and national organizations in order to provide assistance to student athletes who are seeking out internships, part-time, full-time and volunteer employment opportunities.