The Experiential Learning and Career Development Center provides a variety of services, programs, special events, and workshops to assist students with career development and post-graduation planning. Individual career counseling and interest assessment is available by appointment.
To help students with career planning, selecting a concentration, and conducting a career search, the Center has information relating to the following topics: internship opportunities, full-time/part-time jobs, seasonal jobs, and graduate and professional school offerings. An extensive Career Resource Library houses career-related books, periodicals, videos, and company literature.
The Center also offers a variety of career and graduate school related programs and workshops on topics such as resume and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, how to choose a concentration, job searching, as well as alumni panel discussions relating to various career fields. In the fall semester, a Graduate School Fair is held, and in the spring, the Horizons Job and Internship Fair is held. Freshmen, sophomores, and Alpha students may choose to take SPI 125 Career Decision Making, a course designed to help students choose a concentration and explore potential career paths through self exploration, information gathering, and reality testing.
Students may also house a Credential File in the Center, and seniors may participate in the Resume Referral Service.
The Experiential Learning and Career Development Center urges students to begin their concentration and career planning process in the first year. For more information, visit the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center web page or call 610-921-7630.
Commuting students will find opportunities for study, relaxation, and socialization in the day students? lounge in the Pine Room located on the ground level of the north wing of Selwyn Hall. Students also frequent Jake?s Place for breakfast or lunch and may purchase meals in the Dining Hall.
The Campus Center provides lockers on a yearly rental basis and a student may obtain a locker by contacting the Campus Center desk.
Albright College encourages students to explore the significance of spiritual awareness and conviction for a meaningful life and to participate in the religious tradition of their choice. A variety of religious groups and traditions provide opportunities for fellowship and study on campus. Additional opportunities for service, study and counseling are offered by the College Chaplain (610-921-7708), whose office is located in Memorial Chapel, lower level.