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Career Resources for Alumni

Services for Alumni

At Earlham, we view a career as not just a job, but a journey; as such, our office is committed to helping Earlhamites pursue their goals and aspirations even after graduation. Whether you're considering a career change, going back to graduate school, or want to brush up on professional practices, our Career Coaches are ready to help. Alumni services include, but are not limited to:

  • reviews of resumes, cover letters, graduate/professional school applications, and other career-related documents
  • career coaching appointments to explore your skills, interests, and values and discuss possible career options
  • access to web resources, including Handshake (our job database) and jobZology (which includes career assessments)

Career Advising

The Center for Career and Community Engagement can be a resource for general career guidance and resources. If you are interested in communicating with a Career Coach, whether in-person or via phone, Skype, or email, please fill out the form below. One of our Career Coaches will reach out as soon as possible.

 *Please note that the CCE is closed on College holidays. If you submit a career coaching request during a holiday, we will reply as soon as we are back in the office.

Career Coaching Request Form

Please use this form to contact our Career Coaches for advising, resume reviews, and more.








Web Resources 


Resource Toolbox

Our Resource Toolbox is a collection of online resources for career planning, applying to graduate school, and finding jobs/internships.

*Please note that some web resources are only available to current Earlham students, but you are always welcome to schedule an appointment with a Career Coach to discuss career questions!

 

TheHeart

TheHeart is the online hub for Earlham students, faculty, and staff. Alumni can request an account here. Once logged in, click on the Alumni tab to find information and resources from the Career Education Office. 

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