Office of Experiential Opportunities and Post Grad Success
The Office of Experiential Learning and Post Graduate Success (PGS) partners with faculty in the education of our students as they strive to gain a greater knowledge of self, and how they choose to have an impact on the world. The faculty, staff, and administration of Rosemont College consider service to students as our most sacred obligation. This dedication is rooted in the college's mission and gives embodiment to our belief in the dignity of all individuals, regardless of their origins or faith.
We strive for excellence, not only in our academic programs but in the quality of the services we provide to our students. PGS fulfills its educational mission through our individual counseling sessions with students and our programming. We believe it is important to be informed and knowledgeable about the world around us, one in which our students will actively participate in as leaders making a difference in their chosen fields.
Career exploration is an essential part of students' career development and we are committed to providing students with many opportunities to test their notions about careers and gain valuable experience.
Essentially, the driving force that motivates us to do what we do in our work, is our care for our students. We are committed to helping them find careers of personal meaning.
Career and Educational Counseling
Whether you’re a first-year student figuring out your career path or a midlife career changer looking for new opportunities, we are here to ensure your success every step of the way.
Our mission is to provide high-quality, career developmental services, empowering members of the Rosemont College community to choose and attain personally rewarding careers. We serve that mission in a variety of ways:
- Career and Major Exploration: Not sure what you want to study or do after you graduate? We have the tools to help navigate the decision-making process.
- LinkedIn Assistance: Need help with building a professional profile, networking strategies, content creation, and more?
- Networking: From classes, seminars, conferences, and LinkedIn, learn how to navigate different networking situations.
- Job, Internship and Career Resources: Tips and tricks to make your job search as efficient as possible.
- Resume and Cover Letter Review: Learn how to highlight your past experience and showcase yourself as the best candidate.
- Interview Prep: Practice interview skills and get feedback to make your next interview the best one yet.
First-Year Student Career Counseling
First-Year Career Counseling seeks to engage students in professional development from the very beginning of their collegiate career. Our counseling starts by supporting students regarding their choice of major as it relates to their interests and career goals. As they then begin to immerse themselves in academics, extracurricular activities, and civic engagement, we encourage reflection on their involvement and illustrate methods to effectively and professionally communicate their experiences to others.
Students who engage in First-Year Career Counseling will also build and polish their professional documents, learn about effective networking techniques to help them explore different careers, and understand how to grow a professional network. By mastering these objectives, students will be better prepared for all professional opportunities they will encounter during their time at Rosemont.
Career Counseling for Graduate and Professional Studies Students
The Office of Post Graduate Success provides Rosemont graduate and professional studies students with important resources and services for career and job search support for both campus and online students. Advancing your career is one of the most important reasons for going to school. With research, preparation, and perseverance, and with the guidance of PGS, you can achieve your career objectives.
PGS provides individual sessions for students, workshops on important topics relevant to your job search, and various events that connect you with employers. PGS supports students with the following and more.
- Career assessment and counseling
- Job search skills
- Interview preparation
- Resume and Curriculum Vitae (CV) critique
- LinkedIn profile review
- Salary negotiations
- Professional networking strategies
- Researching employers and organizations
Career Counseling for Alumni
Career services remain available to Rosemont alumni even after graduation! Counselors can discuss a range of topics with you, from helping you to think through and clarify your career goals, to perfecting your resume or interviewing skills, to applying to graduate or professional school. If you would like to discuss any career related matters with a career counselor, please schedule an appointment through the link below.
Presently, in order to adhere to social-distancing guidelines, all appointments will be conducted through Zoom. To schedule an appointment with a counselor please follow the link below: