The Career Center
The Muhlenberg Career Center partners with students, faculty, staff, employers and alumni to develop innovative career exploration resources and programs.
Career connections in your first year? That’s right. Even if you have an idea of what major you’d like to study or a career you want to pursue, you still have a lot to learn—about yourself and your choices.
The Career Center helps you explore your interests, skills and values as a way to identify potential career pathways. Through one-on-one meetings you begin to gain a greater understanding of how your Muhlenberg pathway prepares you for your career following graduation.
You’ll start building your resume and making connections that will lead to job shadow and internship opportunities. You'll also make connections with alumni in fields relevant to you as you begin to grow your personal and professional network.
The largest fully endowed scholars program in the world, Knight-Hennessy’s goal is to tackle society’s most intractable problems with a multidisciplinary, multicultural community of future leaders.
Shawn Zeplin ’04, assistant director of athletics for behavioral health at the Division I institution, makes an impact in a dynamic field that barely existed when he was an undergraduate.
Two recent news articles feature Muhlenberg’s Career Center. One looks at how the team assists new grads as they prepare to enter a promising but fluctuating job market; the other shares how the team uses data to best serve all students throughout their College experience.
This year, for the first time, the Career Center developed two days of panels, breakout sessions and networking opportunities with alumni from a variety of disciplines to complement the already robust programming of Alumni Week, which takes place annually in March.