Career Development

Career Development

Your career is a journey marked by continuous opportunities to learn, grow and evolve as an employee and as a person. With a liberal arts education, you establish a well-rounded, diverse foundation of knowledge that truly prepares you to follow God’s calling wherever it may lead you.

What is a degree from Grove City College worth? After all, you work hard for four years to take that next step in your life. In 2015, 97 percent of our graduates found employment or had moved on to graduate or professional school within six months of graduation.

At Grove City College, we believe much of the purpose of an education is to discover how God has uniquely designed you to know, love and serve Him in the world of work and beyond. Over the course of your four years with us, we will help you develop the skills to live your freedom well and achieve success in your vocational calling. The Career Services Office  at Grove City College offers a full range of career development services including an annual career fair, on-campus recruiting, career planning assistance, resume writing seminars and more.

Hear what employers and graduates are saying about Grove City College's
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