Career Development: Prepare, Connect and Transition
The Path From Student to Successful Professional
Malone’s Career Development is here to provide all students with the tools and skills needed to succeed in college – and in life after Malone University.
Freshmen through graduate students, whether you need help figuring out a major, understanding how internships work, or learning how to start a job search, professional advice is available every step of the way.
Stop by the office in the Center for Student Success in Founders Hall 68, call330.471.8321, or email pjvaarl+znybar+rqh.
Career Development Services:
While not a 'placement service,' Career Development does equip students with necessary skills to prepare>connect>transition via scheduled appointments, class presentations and/or workshops and events.
- Meet with the Career Development Adviser to assist you in your efforts to decide on a major by clarifying interests, values, and skills.
- Take assessments that help you explore how your interests and skills fit with a vocation.
- Schedule an appointment for assistance in interpreting the Malone.MyPlan.com, which offers assistance in assessment work with vocational areas of interest, professional and marketable resumes, cover letters, making a reference sheet and developing a portfolio.
- Utilize a free MaloneCareerConnect.com account. Registered students can view and apply for federal work study, internship and career opportunities. The system includes a nationwide job board. Uploaded resumes will be reviewed with helpful notes. Approved employers in the system are able to view approved resumes.
- Gain valuable training in internship/job search skills and strategies, conduct information/mock interviews while learning to network and interview well.
- Participate in developed class projects/internship/career opportunities with strong faculty/staff, employer, and community relationships.
- Gain confidence and the competitive advantage as a result of using quality resources and effective tools. Be fully equipped to conduct an effective internship/job search or to pursue further education.