The Role of a Career Assistant

  • Assists fellow students with job search, career information and utilizing office resources
  • Critiques resumes and explains online services
  • Gives career-related presentations to student groups
  • Assists Career Center professionals with projects and programs
  • Increases student awareness of Career Center
  • Mandatory training takes place before the fall semester (approx 5 days before classes)
  • One scheduled office hour per week so students know when you’re available plus immeasurable time outside office
  • Staff meetings – CAs meet to discuss issues and events
  • Improve listening and helping skills
  • Learn more about various careers
  • Enhance personal career development
  • Participate in group-oriented training and activities
  • Talk to a current CA. If you don’t know any, stop by the Career Center; individual office hours are posted online
  • Contact Dave Leibig, Associate Director, Career Services & CA Coordinator, 610-519-4066
  • Career Assistant Applications may be completed online when the recruiting for new CAs begins
  • Deadline Date:  March 28th
  • Candidates must contact the office to set up a 30 minute interview
  • Call 610-519-4060 or stop by office to schedule interview (application must be completed first)
  • Make sure to state that your appointment is for a Career Assistant interview