Get Started with the Wesleyan Career Center
To establish and sustain relationships with current undergraduate students and Bachelor of Arts alumni that assist them in translating their Wesleyan liberal arts education into a lifetime of meaningful work.
As our mission states, the Career Center is about relationships; relationships that will help you determine and launch your career after Wesleyan, whether through employment, a fellowship, graduate school, a service program or personal adventure (trekking in Nepal?). We will help you explore your interests, values, personality, and abilities as they relate to your aspirations and professional work; identify and explore potential career options that fit your unique profile; find meaningful and skill-building summer experiences; write a professional resume (for a job, program or grad school application); and learn effective job search, interviewing and networking techniques.
We do this through the relationship we build together as you develop self-awareness, research fields and industries, gain self-confidence for the job search, and meet with alumni and employers.
Are you ready to let go and begin the journey? Then visit the Career Center and meet with one of our career counselors. Once you do, there's no turning back!
Click here to determine the best way to begin:
- General Scheduled Appointments
- Health Professions Appointments
- Pre-Law Appointments
- Mock Interviews
Click here to dive right into the Career Planning Process!
LOCATION & CONTACT INFORMATION
Wesleyan Career Center
41 Wyllys Avenue
Middletown, CT 06459
(860) 685-2180 Fax (860) 685-2181
Notice of Nondiscrimination Policy
Wesleyan University is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). As such, we adhere to, and we expect our employer and graduate school recruiters to adhere to NACE's Principles for Professional Conduct found at http://www.naceweb.org/principles/principl.html.
The Wesleyan University Career Center requires employers interested in recruiting Wesleyan students for employment, and graduate schools recruiting Wesleyan students for admission, to agree to a Statement of Compliance acknowledging acceptance of the following policies:
Non-Discrimination: All organizations wishing to recruit Wesleyan students for employment, unless exempt by federal law, agree to recruit, hire, train, and promote individuals without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression or disability.