The faculty of Eastern University and the Office for Talent & Career Development share a common mission:Â to help prepare students for meaningful careers and vocations.Â We know that students will seek your advice in the realms of career decision-making and planning, and we want to help.Â The Office for Talent & Career Development offers resources and opportunities to support and encourage first-year students through seniors, and we hope to partner with you to combine our strengths and resources for the benefit of our students.
Encourage Your Students' Career Development
Career Events:Â Throughout the academic year, The Office for Talent & Career Development offers career development event programming for first-years through seniors.Â Our event schedule is available here.
Refer a Student:Â The Office for Talent & Career Development provides career counseling in the areas of choosing a major, switching majors, discerning vocation, help with resumes and cover letters, job search, and more.Â If you know students who could benefit from our career services, please refer them to us.Â Students can make an appointment by calling 610-341-5827, e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or simply stopping by Walton 202.
Don't Cancel That Class
Heading out of town?Â Don't cancel that class!Â The Office for Talent & Career Development would be happy to talk to your students about major/career exploration, resume building, interview skills, internships, or other relevant topics.Â Requests will be granted on a first come, first-served basis, and we reserve the right to limit engagements based on availability.Â Please allow three weeks notice prior to your desired presentation date.Â Click here to access our Presentation Request Form.
Direct Students To Online Resources
Our How-To Guides, including How to Write a Resume, How to Interview, How To Choose a Career, and more
Internship & Volunteer Opportunities, updated weekly
Part-Time Job Opportunities and Full-Time Job Opportunities, updated weekly
Our Facebook Group, which is constantly updated with events, career tips, and more
Using Social Media professionally and in the job search
Job Opportunities:Â As you interact with professional organizations, alumni, and other contacts, you may hear about job or intership opportunities that would benefit Eastern students and recent grads.Â If you or someone you know would like to post a career opportunity or internship on our website, please get in touch!Â Directions for posting jobs are here.
Career Links:Â The Office for Talent & Career Development strives to keep an up-to-date virtual library of useful websites for career development, many particular to specific majors and disciplines.Â We are constantly updating our Career Links page, and if you have website suggestions, we'd be happy to include them.Â Email us at email@example.com.
Be Interviewed:Â The best way to know if a career is right for you is to interview someone who's already doing it.Â Information Interviews are a powerful tool for exploring careers, and have helped shape the futures of many alumni.Â Please consider providing an Information Interview if a student requests one.Â Want to know more, or have questions?Â Email Sarah Todd at firstname.lastname@example.org.