Office of Career Services
The Office of Career Services is an on-campus location serving our traditional undergraduate students.
Traditional Undergraduate and Adult Degree students can meet with a staff member for academic or career counseling. Once you feel like you're ready for an internship or job, our faculty will be more than happy to connect you with the right people.
Everyone has questions about their future career. And the Office of Career Services will objectively discuss any current concerns regarding your major or future career possibilities. First, we will assess your goals, and then help you decide if you should continue your studies in the graduate program or start searching for your first career opportunity.
Internship Creation or Placement
We will assist how to develop internship opportunities or pair you with an internship based on your goals and qualifications. Both opportunities offer valuable work experience and help you build your resume. We do not do directly place you into an internship. We give you a lead and the tools to acquire the opportunity. Some of the internships are paid, and some are available for course credit; pending approval from your department chair and the academic dean.
Career Development Counseling and Training
We take this time with you to discuss career opportunities, research graduate school information, and assist in writing a resume and supporting materials (such as cover letters, reference sheets, and other professional documents). We can act as a guide as you write your graduate school essays. And we’ll gladly conduct interview preparation activities, such as mock interviews.
Assistance in Securing Part-Time and Full-Time Employment
Contact the Office of Career Services below to hear about all full and part-time job opportunities. We offer you the information we receive regarding internships, summer employment, scholarship opportunities, on-campus interviews, and special presentations. We also have information about annual job markets or graduate school fairs held at nearby schools. Job opportunities' specifics are sent directly to students through their Bethel email and posted on the Office of Career Services bulletin board in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment.
Office Location and Contact Information
Bethel’s Office of Career Services for the College of Arts and Sciences is housed in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment. We offer several resources and services from building a resume to helping you find the perfect career.
Traditional Undergraduate Students, Have a Question?
Emily Myers is the Director of Career Services and Prevention for the College of Arts and Sciences at Bethel University. Call her at (731)-352-6406, email her at email@example.com, or stop by her office in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment, Room L117.
Adult Degree Students, Have a Question?