Career Services & Civic Engagement
Student development opportunities through community engagement
“Thank you again for taking the time to help me out, and for following up with these great resources!” -Environmental Studies Graduate
The Office of Student Life provides services that relate to a student’s overall and future aspirations. Services are intended to provide student development opportunities through community engagement, volunteerism, career exploration, cultural experiences, civic learning as well as international education. At Prescott College, we believe in emphasizing the importance of collaborative education with the larger community and the globe to support and strengthen the public good.
Connect with the Office of Student Life staff:
- For goal-setting and to start the exploration of your career path
- To explore interests and strengths by utilizing Career Inventory tools available in this office
- Résumé, cover-letter, and professional portfolio assistance
- Practice interviewing skills
- To learn about campus committees and activities to develop your networking skills
- To learn about local volunteer opportunities and service-learning trips to get involved in the community
- Participate in campus and community wide days of service such as the annual Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service
- Research study abroad programs or other international opportunities (such as volunteering or interning abroad)
- For transition and personal support during the graduation process
- And so much more!
Utilize our online resources to explore part-time jobs, internships, service, and mentoring opportunities both on and off campus.
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