Meet with a career counselor to discuss self-assessment, career options associated with your major, interviewing advice, resume and cover letter assistance, job and internship searching strategies, and professional development.
Self-assessments provide feedback on career options that may be a fit given your personality and interests. The Office of Career Services provides students with free MyPlan self-assessments as well as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the Strong Interest Inventory (SII). Career counselors are available to help you interpret assessment results and connect those results to potential career paths.
Located in the Office of Career Services, our Career Library offers 100+ titles on a variety of career-related topics including:
Stop into our library during office hours to access these resources, as well as our printer, copier, and fax machine for career-related usage. The Office of Career Services also provides various web resources, such as Vault, to aid students in their research of industries and employers.
Current students can log in to myGCC and Handshake to find career guides on the following topics:
Meet with a career counselor and receive personal advising on internship and job search strategies. Counselors work with you on goal-setting and refining job search skills before teaching you how to pursue opportunities in the advertised and hidden job markets. As part of this process, we provide you with access to web resources to research employers (general and industry-specific). We also use Handshake to connect you to job and internship postings, events, interviews, and resources.
Each year, many organizations visit campus through our On-Campus Recruiting Program to interview students for full-time jobs and internships. Interviews are held in the Office of Career Services or facilitated virtually. View these opportunities as well as jobs and internships posted specifically for Grove City College students in Handshake.
Our staff holds virtual and in-person workshops and presentations for student groups on career-related topics throughout the academic year. We have coordinated numerous events, such as:
Search Handshake for upcoming events.
Prepare for your internship and job interviews by practicing with our career staff. Schedule a mock interview to receive constructive feedback that will help you hone your interviewing skills.
During the year, the Office of Career Services collaborates with recruiters and alumni professionals to conduct mock interviews as well. This simulates a realistic experience and gives you an opportunity to practice your skills in a non-threatening environment.