Career and Graduate School Advising
Networking with Fellow Alumni
Post a Job or Summer Internship for Warren Wilson Students
Offer a Sophomore Externship
Talk with Your Employer About On-campus Recruitment
Offer Summer Housing
Serve as a Career Mentor
Conducting a job search during your senior year takes a great deal of time, energy, and organization. The Career Services Office can assist you with every aspect of the process, including:
Helping you explore your interests, so you can locate an opportunity that is a great fit for you
Providing you with the tools to research employers and positions
Preparing your application materials and coaching you for interviews
Connecting you with alumni who can provide advice on how to find opportunities in their career field.
Develop an action plan made up of a series of small steps. Break down your job search into small tasks that seem doable and not overwhelming. The job search is a cumulative process; fifteen minutes every day beginning in September will get you further than 35 hours over a weekend in May.
Budget your money wisely and prepare for expenses. Airline tickets, an interview outfit, resume paper, postage - all these expenses add up and can be an unpleasant surprise. So, think ahead and plan your budget accordingly.
Visit the Career Services Office or call 828-771-3759 to schedule an appointment with an advisor. Many of the resources linked to our site will also provide you with information, employer leads and tools for conducting a successful job search.
Click here to access our handbook on The Job Search Adventure.