“Networking is essential. It’s a small world and you never know when you are going to be working with someone down the line. And who knows if someone below you in rank could someday be your boss?”
Sydney Lowe '98
- Curry College Celebrates Commencement 2013
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June 6 - June 20
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July 18 - August 1
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In keeping with the mission of Curry College with a focus on high respect for the individuality of every student and a developmental approach to learning, the Center for Career Development is committed to assisting students with discovering their own unique talents, identifying their personal values and developing a comprehensive career plan.
With a special focus on the importance of thinking critically, communicating effectively and developing a personal identity, the Center for Career Development team assists students with choosing a major, career and occupational exploration, discovering internship opportunities, development of networking and interviewing skills, study abroad planning and graduate school preparation.
The Center for Career Development is located in the King Academic Building at 55 Atherton Street (Quad Entrance next to the Student Center).
Office Hours and Contact Info
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., evenings by appointment
Ways to Contact Us:
To make an appointment, please fill out the Online Appointment Request Form.
The Center for Career Development invited 'Inside Higher Ed' blogger and social media expert Eric Stoller to be the keynote speaker at the 2013 Curry College Senior Conference. Stoller's task? To impart valuable career advice to Curry students regarding the use (and misuse) of social media.