Career Services Using WabashWorks
WabashWorks is your one-stop-shopping experience for opportunity listings, networking with alumni, and access to premium resources. All roads to your successful job/internship/fellowship and even graduate program search lead through WabashWorks. Access to all or part of WabashWorks is available for students, alumni, recruiters, faculty, and staff.
The best way to master WabashWorks is to spend some time navigating the links. Here are crucial, often missed, ways to use WabashWorks effectively.
1. Premium Resources
Premium resources are what we've bought for you including Vault, Current Jobs For Liberal Arts Graduates (including internships), and GoingGlobal.
- Vault includes exceptional career guides by field, company reviews, and more
- GoingGlobal is your source for international work
- Current Jobs gives you a longer list of job prospects than you would believe
2. The Mentor Network
The Mentor Network enables you to connect with alumni ready to help you. This is the easiest way to connect with people willing to offer you advice that you will ever have. Use it. You are welcome to speak with staff at Career Services to learn how to use it effectively. Here are some tips.
- Start getting in touch with alumni mentors during your freshman year; pick one or two per month
- Ask for advice or start a conversation; DO NOT ask for jobs or internships
- Search by industry, field, or major to help you understand where other alumni have gone before you
Schroeder Center for Career Development
Personal, walk-in service anytime.
Arnold House, 502 W Wabash Ave.
Hours: M-F, 8a - 4:30p; Su-Th 7p - 10p
Scott Crawford, Director
Cassie Hagan, Assistant Director of Experiential Programs and Alliances
Casey Hockersmith, Administrative & Recruiting Assistant