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Lancaster Campus    
  May 26, 2018
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin (Archived Copy) [Archived Catalog]

Career Development

The career development program in the College of Arts and Sciences aims to complement academic advising by assisting students in clarifying career directions. Students are encouraged to begin the process of career planning as early as possible, normally in the freshman year. Career counselors are available in the University Career Center to assist students in gaining an understanding of the student’s own interests, values, abilities, and personality; the nature of a liberal education and the related marketable skills; and the numerous career opportunities available for arts and sciences students. The University Career Center provides individual career counseling, testing, workshops, networking and job shadowing opportunities, job search seminars, and a career planning library. In addition, students are encouraged to complement their academic studies with career-related work experience such as internships, cooperative education, part-time work experience, or volunteer work. The University Career Center provides advisors with career resource listings to assist them in referring students to the center.

The staff of the College’s Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and Advising includes an Internship Director who can assist students with identifying internship experiences appropriate for their academic and career interests.