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Career Center
1030 Columbia Ave.
(909) 621-8180
Employment Services?
Placement Services?
Other Career Services
  • Access to fellowship and grant opportunities online, as well as in the library
  • Access to online job listings through the continually updated Web site
  • Alumni networking events
  • Computerized interest and personal preference assessments, followed by an interpretation appointment with a counselor
  • Computers dedicated to online job, internship, and graduate school searches
  • Drop-in "Quick Questions" counseling three afternoons each week
  • Graduate school directories, workshops, and essay preparation assistance and review
  • Handouts on such topics as how to choose a major, the timeline for applying to graduate programs, and how to request a letter of recommendation
  • Series of workshops entitled "What Can I Do With A Major In. . . (WCIDWAMIs)"
  • Skill development workshops focusing on résumé and cover letter writing, interview preparation, networking, job search techniques, how to find an internship, and how to choose a major
  • Videotaped mock interviews with immediate review and feedback
  • Weekly e-mail newsletters featuring current internship listings
Advice on Finding a Job/Internship
Visit Career Planning & Resources soon after arriving on Scripps' campus. You can develop a relationship with the staff and begin working on the fundamentals (resumés, cover letters, and interviewing) before you're actively engaged in a search. Start your search early. Some internships have deadlines during the fall semester and that is also the time when the on-campus recruiting schedule is at its peak. Network with lots of people-faculty, alumnae, other students, family friends, the family of your friends, relatives, and so forth. You never know where a potential job lead might present itself. Brainstorm organizations in which you may be interested. Research their Web site, or contact them directly to find out about potential openings. Find a contact in the department you're interested in and send them your resumé and cover letter, even if no opening exists. Do not judge any job or internship by its cover! Many jobs and internships may sound dull or too difficult to get, but it may turn out to be great, and you may just be their perfect fit, so do research and try to talk to the organizations directly.Be sure to always tailor your resumé and cover letter so that it's targeted to the specific position you are applying for.

Student Polls

How helpful is the career center in helping students find jobs or internships?    Based on 15 responses

  • 80% Very helpful. They help you find jobs/internships and provide lots of tools and workshops.
  • 7% Somewhat helpful. The career center offers resources but not much individual attention.
  • 13% Somewhat ineffective. There are some resources, but you're pretty much on your own.
  • 0% Totally ineffective. They make little or no effort to help you find a job/internship.

How strong is the alumni network at your school?    Based on 16 responses

  • 19% Very strong. Alumni are involved in lots of events and do a lot of campus recruiting.
  • 75% Somewhat strong. There are some events and you can connect with alumni if you want.
  • 6% Somewhat weak. There are a few alumni events but no real connection with alumni.
  • 0% Almost non-existent. After graduation, alumni have little or no affiliation with the school.
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