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 Career Connect

Click HERE to go to the home page of our online career management system - where you can upload your resume, search for internships and part and full-time jobs, and create a visual profile.


Career Development Drop-In Hours

Drop-In Hours require no appointment and generally consist of 10-20 minute individual session. This option is the fastest, simplest way for students to get timely career development assistance. Simply come to De Ricci 206 and sign in at the front desk. 

Do you need help reviewing your resume or cover letter? Maybe you want someone to look over your LinkedIn profile so it is ready for employers to see. Not sure how to start job searching? Stop by! 

Spring 2018 Drop-In Hours:



De Ricci 206 C



De Ricci 206 A



De Ricci 206 E



De Ricci 206 B



De Ricci 206 D

PLEASE NOTE: Due to other programming on campus, drop-in hours  will have a modified schedule during mid-May through June. Drop-in hours will not be held on the following dates:

May: 22, 23, 24, 31 and June: 5, 6, 7, 19, 21, 26, 28

If you would like to make an appointment with your Academic and Career Counselor, please log into Career Connect and click on the red rectangle "Click here to make an appointment" on the mid right-hand side of the screen.


Career Development Timeline

Heading down a successful career path means making a plan , the beginning step of which is meeting with your Academic and Career Counselor. They will be an invaluable resource to you throughout your time at Edgewood. The Academic Success and Career Development Center believes in connecting you with the best resources to ensure a successful and valuable experience at Edgewood College, and prepare you for exploration and pursuit of post graduation success and meaningful personal and professional lives.

Please note that some of the steps in your Career Development Timeline are repeated in different phases to allow you to re-evaluate your plan as you become more knowledgeable and gain different insights during your time at Edgewood.

Reflect: After each phase in your career development, take the time to reflect on your experiences to ensure you make sound decisions about your academic, extracurricular, career and life choices. This will allow you to develop clarity, competence and confidence in your career goals!

Hone your self-marketing skills and dedicate yourself to finding and securing the job you want, or gaining admission to a graduate school that aligns with your goals.

  • Does your Career Connect profile have your most current information and updated resume? Review your profile to make sure your career interests are correct. Check Career Connect to review new opportunities as they change consistently throughout the year.
  • It’s impossible to have too much career-related work experience. Internships are a valuable addition to your resume. Complete an internship or research opportunity in your field.
  • Make an appointment with a career counselor to discuss the options of your career direction, help you prepare for your job search, and practice interviewing.
  • Plan for post-graduation by attending networking events, and reaching out on LinkedIn to take advantage of different opportunities to meet employers in your field.