The Grove City College Office of Career Services desires to help you find a career that aligns with your gifts and passions and that provides you with true purpose and satisfaction.
Our team assists you in finding your calling and in pursing and preparing you for it. We want you to go out into all realms of our culture and transform it to the advancement of the common good.
The Office of Career Services upholds the principle that work is inherently good and purposeful; that all work is honoring and glorifying to God. We were meant for work, and all areas of society need the impact and influence only Christ can bring.
The Office of Career Services provides a wide scope of offerings and services to our students. We encourage students to embark on a four-step career plan involving self-assessment, career exploration, career decision making, and a strategic job search. The skills students gain on this journey equip them with job search skills that will last a lifetime.
To guide students in their realization and pursuit of God’s calling for their lives by working collaboratively to engage students through a four-step career development process (assessment, exploration, decision, and pursuit) and provide them with comprehensive career offerings and experiential opportunities.
We aim to help students develop lifelong career management skills and encourage their self-knowledge in identifying opportunities where they will thrive and glorify God in their work.
Grove City College is one of the best schools in the nation for internship placement, earning the number 11 spot on Princeton Review's list of Top 25 Best Schools for Internships.
The Office of Education Career Services located within the Department of Education (Suite 100) is exclusively designed for education majors seeking PreK-12 positions.
The office offers outstanding career development and networking opportunities to students and fosters relationships with private, public, charter, and international schools as well as other education employers. In addition to serving current students, the Office of Education Career Services is available to alumni for support throughout their career.
Contact Us: Ingrid Beute, Director, Education Career Development (724-458-3397)