The Walter Center for Career Achievement offers resources and advising for students in the College of Arts and Sciences, enabling you to successfully engage with employers, industry experts, and alumni, moving from your undergraduate years into a successful and rewarding career.
The Walter Center’s Career Communities help connect you with the industries you’re interested in. Each community is based around an industry, offering unique online content such as alumni spotlights, internships, full-time job opportunities, and industry resources. Each community also holds in-person events to discover and connect with employers and alumni.
Explore your academic and career options with our Major Guides.
Looking for employment?
Career development is a fundamental component of your Arts + Sciences education. Part-time jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities are available to help you meet your financial needs during college, while developing vital connections and skills.
Contact the Career Development Center to find part-time or full-time employment—both work-study and non-work study—for either on- or off-campus employment. Some undergraduate jobs are posted on the Undergraduate Biology Blog.
Jobs and internships are also listed through The Walter Center for Career Achievement.