Office of Career Development to be part of CASA

Lauren Owens, Assistant Editor

The Office of Career Development will open its doors in a new location this semester, offering students opportunities to take part in programs that will teach them about being prepared for post-college life.

As a part of the new Center for Academic Success and Advisement (CASA), the career development moved to Founders Hall 220.

This semester career development will host a career connections program that teaches students about career planning, resume preparation, networking, interviewing and job-search strategies.

They offer services such as major selection, resume preparation, interview practice and professional preparation.

To apply for the seven-week program, students should contact Ronald Miller, the career development director, at or visit the Office of Career Development.

In addition to the career connections program, career development will host workshops to help students with preparing for graduate school and the GRE.

On March 8 in the Smith University Center, career development will also host a career fair for upperclassmen to begin networking with potential employers. Prior to the career fair, career development will host workshops allowing students to prepare for their future employment.