Academics

Career Services

 

Recruiter Information

The faith-based, liberal arts tradition of Newberry College insures that our students and graduates are well-rounded with the critical thinking and life-long learning skills needed in today's marketplace. With 25 majors and 33 minors, our student population is diverse in its interests and skills, and we are certain that, if you choose to recruit here, you will find talented young professionals ready and eager to join your organization.

To facilitate the recruiting process, we utilize a Symplicity online recruiting system we call WolfTracks. If you are interested in posting internships, part-time or permanent positions accessible by our talented student population, please click here to create a free account:  WolfTracks Employer Account Access 
 
Once your account is approved you will be able to post open positions, review resumes, arrange on- campus visits and/or register for our career events. In addition, we would welcome the opportunity to speak with you via telephone, or in person, about developing a campus-presence strategy at Newberry College. To reach out career service team, please email career.services@newberry.edu and someone will get back with you shortly.
 
Thank you for your interest in Newberry College and we look forward to partnering with you as your source talent for your organization.
 

Student Preparation

The mission of Career Services is to enable every Newberry College student to define, articulate, and achieve his or her personal and career goals. Various career and professional development activities are designed and delivered through every phase of the college career to ensure that students are prepared for tomorrow's job market!

Freshman Year
Self-exploration is an important part of the first year of college. It is during this crucial year that students begin to fine-tune and focus their goals. To help facilitate this process, the Career Services office coordinates events and programs that help students assess interests, values, strengths and direction. This programming is integrated into the academic experience and is major specific.

Sophomore Year
As students select and declare a major, discipline and industry specific professional development becomes a crucial part of the college experience. At this point it is imperative that students begin developing their personal, professional brand and begin building their personal network. The Career Service office provides training and tools for students and faculty to use as the students begins transitioning from student to young professional. An initial resume is prepared during this time, and basic interviewing and networking skills are developed.

Junior Year
As students begin the second half of their college career Experiential Learning becomes imperative. Internships, co-ops, clinical training and student teaching become a cornerstone of their education. In addition, students interested in pursuing a graduate degree should begin researching programs, preparing for graduate entrance exams and visiting schools. The Career Services office provides support to students as they pursue these opportunities, insuring that student resumes are professionally prepared and that students are skilled in interviewing.  The office also actively engages in outreach to potential employers.

Senior Year
 As a student’s college career nears completion, the transition into the professional world begins. During the final year of student students should be actively engaged in applying for positions that fit their interests and skills or applying for relevant graduate programs. The Career Services office works closely seniors during this time on tactical and strategic issues. Aggressive employer outreach is also a mainstay of the Career Office as seniors transition to the workforce.
 
For more information about our career development programming, please contact us at career.services@newberry.edu 
 
 

Career Services