ALUMNAE/I CAREER MENTORING PROGRAM
This program provides students and alumnae/i with the opportunity to make connections with alumnae/i in various career fields for the purpose of engaging in one or more mentoring activities.
Internships provide undergraduate students with valuable experience in career fields they are considering. Internships may be taken during the school year or over the summer and may be taken for course credit. Listings of internship opportunities are available in the Career Services office. Students are asked to register with the office so that support and follow-up services may be given.
MOCK INTERVIEWING WITH ALUMNAE/I
This annual event is held in the spring to give students preparing to interview for jobs or internships the opportunity to conduct mock interviews with Rosemont alumnae/i mentoring program volunteers.
The Career Library includes employment publications and career files.
Seniors may create a credential file by completing the credential packet forms available in the Career Services Office and collecting letters of reference. These letters are sent out to prospective employers at the request of the student. The first five mailings are free. Each additional request includes a charge of $2.00.
FULL-TIME JOB LISTINGS
On-line listings through College Central Network (CCN) include full-time, part-time, summer jobs, internships, and co-ops. The job postings can be viewed in the Career Services Office.
Staff members in the Career Services Office will offer individual counseling sessions to help students with career planning, choosing a major, resume and interview preparation, job searches, internship opportunities, and graduate school plans.
PART-TIME, SUMMER, & CHILD CARE POSITIONS
Openings for part-time, summer, and child care positions are posted on the bulletin board outside the Career Services Office.
RESUME & COVER LETTER CRITIQUES
SCHOLARSHIP & FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION
The System of Interactive Guidance and Information (SIGI) contains information about occupations, educational programs, and more. Students can examine and evaluate their present values, interests, and skills systematically by doing a number of self-assessment exercises. Discover what skills and preparation are required for various career fields and what types of professions meet a student's personal interests.
for professional and graduate schools
The Career Services Office offers workshops on acquiring an internship, choosing a major course of study, learning job search techniques, planning for graduate school, resume preparation, and searching for a summer job.