Career Development Center
Volunteer & Service Learning Center
Cleveland Hall 306
The Career Development Center (CDC) provides a full range of career counseling services to help students select a major, plan a career, apply to graduate school, and identify internship and employment opportunities. They also connect student with current occupational information, including salary, qualifications and educational requirements. Assessment and exploration programs are available to assist in selecting a career well-suited to students' interests, strengths, and other personal characteristics. In addition to hosting ORCA, a website listing full-time, summer, and part-time jobs,as well as internships and volunteer opportunities, the CDC links students with employers through job fairs, on-campus interviews, and job-search programs. The CDC also houses the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center (VSLC), where students can find a wide-range of both long and short-term volunteer opportunities including Alternative Break, Community Service Days, and Volunteer Fair. The VSLC also supports service-learning courses, giving students the opportunity to apply what they learn in the classroom and make a difference in the community.