Need help? We’re here for you! Whether you are just starting to think about life after college or are looking to refine your skills in preparation for a final interview, our professional and career development team offers a host of resources to meet your needs—from job and internship postings to graduate school information to various career exploration guides and assessments.
Connect with internships, employment opportunities and resources in diverse fields and locations. Learn more ➔
Get personalized help navigating your academic journey, job search or graduate school application process. Learn more ➔
Receive guidance about exploring, changing, advancing in or re-entering your career.
Discern your interests, values, skills, gifts and personality preferences—and how they relate to the world of work. Learn more ➔
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Stand out during your job interview or graduate/professional school interview by practicing with a career professional.
Exploring your calling is as much about pursuing what interests you as it is about knowing what doesn’t. Gordon is a safe place to step outside your comfort zone, take risks, try new things and learn in the process. Complete an internship (or two or three). Start a new venture. Take advantage of on-campus and local employment. Expand your studies through research and fellowships.
Pair classroom learning with real-world experience through four different internship programs—plus co-op and research opportunities.
Tap into your creative spirit through entrepreneurial mentorships, speakers, networking and opportunities to start your own venture.
With 1,800 on-campus and 1,000 off-campus job opportunities, there’s something for everyone—from Chapel-checking to babysitting and yardwork.
Pursue competitive graduate fellowships (like Fulbright) or research grants from prominent organizations (like the National Science Foundation).
"I learned more about what I'm passionate about, my strengths, even my weaknesses, and where I want to use my degree when I graduate. It has been so sweet to learn more and get more involved."