The Gordon Career Center works with students of all class years to translate their liberal education into a lifetime of meaningful work.

The Center’s innovative approach to career education encourages students to design their own careers by exploring the intersection among their interests, the skills they have and wish to acquire, and market demand. The Gordon Career Center links students to alumni and employers across the globe in fields that reflect the impressive breadth of opportunities explored by Wesleyan graduates.

Career Decisions Online Course

Career Decisions: From Insight to Impact, our new Coursera course, aims to help learners understand their motivations, strengths, and goals, and appreciate how personal identity affects career decision making. 

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Upcoming Events

Apr 3

NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine

12:15 pm

Boger Hall Boger Hall Room 112

NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) welcomes interested students to join Carol Zerah, NYITCOM Admissions Associate Director, as she shares information about Osteopathic Medicine, as well as NYITCOM. Founded in 1977, New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) offers a four-year fully accredited, professional program leading to a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) in two locations (Old Westbury, New York and Jonesboro, AR). Both locations accept students from across the USA. NYITCOM offers a diverse faculty and student body, coupled with world-class training in leading hospitals,health care facilities,research,state-of-the-art technologyand dual-degree academic programs, all of which contribute to its dynamic environment. Come learn more about NYITCOM and ask any questions you might have about osteopathic medicine. Presented by the Gordon Career Center Co-Sponsored by the American Medical Student Association, Wesleyan Chapter

Apr 7

Medical Student Panel

03:00 pm

Boger Hall Boger Hall Room 112

Come join your Health Professions Advisor, Mildred Rodrguez , PhD, and a group of first and second year medical students ( Rachel Cohn13, MS1, Dan Lawrence `15, MS1, Rilwan Babajide `16, MS2) to talk about what to expect in medical school and to receive tips and advice to set yourself up for success as a medical student. Presented by the Gordon Career Center Co-Sponsored by the American Medical Student Association, Wesleyan Chapter

Apr 8

Kuchnir Dermatology- Medical Assistant Gap Year Program

12:15 pm

Boger Hall Boger Hall Room 114 (Putnam Classroom)

The Kuchnir Dermatology Bridge Year Program will provide you with hands-on clinical experience. The experience will provide extensive patient interaction, training on medical scribing, shadowing of dermatological procedures and a behind the scenes perspective on clinical practice and the collaborative medical team. Participants in this Gap year program are sure to develop and hone some of the competencies that medical schools are seeking in their applicants. Kuchnir Dermatology is looking for highly energetic students passionate about patient care with an aspiration to become a well-rounded physician. Come join Louis Kuchnir, MD, to learn about this program. Presented by the Gordon Career Center Co-Sponsored by the American Medical Student Association, Wesleyan Chapter

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