The Office for Talent & Career Development
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How our Office can help you:
The Office of Talent and Career Development specializes in assisting Eastern University students as they consider their plans for the future in the following ways:
- Discovering God-given talents and strengths
- Finding a job
- Determining a major/minor
- Gaining experience through internships and practicums
- Developing resumes, cover letters, CVs, and application materials
- Preparing for interviews
- Enhancing networking, job search, and professional skills
Success By the Numbers
- Class of 2016 Traditional Undergraduate Baccalaureate Post-Graduation Report
- 97% of the post-graduation traditional undergraduate Class of 2016 survey respondents are working, in post-graduate education, or full-time volunteers within 6-9 months of graduation.
- 81% of Class of 2016 traditional undergraduate survey respondents completed an internship, practicum, or student teaching experience while at Eastern.
- 74% of 2016 graduates of a traditional undergraduate program sought after career counseling from Talent and Career Development at Eastern. 93% were satisfied or very satisfied with services provided by Talent and Career Development.
- View current and past post-graduation reports*
*Reports from 2001-2015 reflect the university's former structure for College of Arts and Sciences, prior to a multi-college system.
Our Mission Statement
The Office for Talent & Career Development engages Eastern University undergraduate and graduate students as they explore their God-given talents, discern career and educational goals, and seek internship and employment opportunities that will allow them to serve and thrive.
Sarah Todd, M.Ed.
Director for Talent & Career Development
Joanna Craig, J.D.
Assistant Director for Talent & Career Development
Office for Talent and Career Development