John P. Chesick Scholars Program forFirst-Generation/Low-Income Students
The Center for Career and Professional Advising embraces the College’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and is dedicated to affirming and integrating all students’ experiences, perspectives and backgrounds into career planning and development.
Identity at Work
The CCPA's Identity at Work resources provide career development and job search tools specific to first-generation and/or low-income students.
Internships & Externships
Breaks can be a great opportunity for professional development. The CCPA provides tips and resources for finding internships over the prolonged breaks.Additionally, CCPA coordinates externships over spring break with many off-campus programs where students can learn from professionals for a short period of time.
There are multiple funds providing support for unpaid or low-paid summer experiences. Take advantage of the many related CCPA workshops and info sessions, well in advance of deadlines. Most deadlines are in February.