As a high school student Benjamin Craig's motto was, "Here's my plate, load it on." He brought that mentality with him to Emmanuel, where he has always been ready to take on a new opportunity.
Career development is a process that happens over time. The earlier you begin to engage in career building activities, the more prepared you will be at graduation. Your first year at Emmanuel should be spent engaging with people and resources to lay the foundation for the next four years.
Your sophomore year is the time to start narrowing down some of your interests and explore career and internship opportunities. During sophomore year, you should:
Junior year should be spent engaging in career building activities such as internships, research assistantships or student teaching. This is also the time to decide whether pursuing graduate school immediately after graduation is right for you.
Senior year can be both exciting and daunting. You may have a clear idea of your post-graduation plans, or you may still be struggling to choose a path. The Career Center is here to support you in either stage.
In addition to these activities, you should be attending the many career events hosted by the Career Center or your Academic Department throughout each year.
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