There is a direct relationship between how well you follow a specific professional development plan and your ability to secure employment or advanced degrees after graduation. To enable you to create, follow and mark progress throughout such a plan, HWS offers a Pathways Program, a comprehensive process designed to prepare students for professional life.
Assess: Tap into who you are. Assess your interests, values and skills. We encourage you to start Pathways as early as the first semester of your first year at HWS.
Explore: Research careers. Get involved on campus and within the community. Develop a gap analysis on your potential career fields. Participate in a shadow experience.
Experience: Develop your action plan; what are you excited about pursuing? Try an internship. Build confidence, your resume and your portfolio.
Connect: Step forward, put your action plan into motion and accomplish your goals. Network with professionals within your field of interest. Conduct informational interviews.
Over the summer, Tatyanna Jack '15 completed an internship in New York City with EquancyNo11, a brand strategy and creative agency specializing in beauty, fashion and lifestyle brands. A double major in media & society and writing and rhetoric, Jack worked as a trainee in the Consumer Marketing and Branding department under Hobart alumnus Shane Samuel '13, who helped her to secure the interns... More >>
As a part of the spring semester Professionals in Residence (PIR) series, Founder and President of 2adpro Media Solutions Todd Brownrout '84 will return to campus to meet with students and talk about careers in media and advertising today, Monday, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Stern 201. Students also have the opportunity to join one-on-one appointments the following day, Tuesday, Jan. 27 between 9 a.m... More >>
Each year, the Day on the Hill program takes students inside governmental organizations, non-profits, NGOs and other Washington, D.C. institutions for three days of experiential insight into politics, policy and more. And every year, says Associate Professor of Political Science DeWayne Lucas, “it seems this program gets better and better. "Former students are now doing such exciting and importan... More >>
Over winter break, Hannah Mills '16 and Abbey Rogowski '15 explored the social media industry through their highly-coveted internship positions with Seventeen magazine. The William Smith students were selected from a competitive field of candidates in the running for the publication's national internship program, which sought self-motivated college students. For them, the experience with the nati... More >>
Though she graduated in May, Christina Dagle '14 returned to classes in Geneva this fall--this time in a different role--as a teacher at North Street School. After a semester of student teaching in the Special Education program, Dagle was hired as a long-term special needs substitute teacher. Soon after, she was offered a position as an English teacher in the school's dual language immersion prog... More >>
Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education
300 Pulteney Street
Geneva, NY 14456
Phone: (315) 781-3514
Fax: (315) 781-3515
Location: The Salisbury Center for Career Services is located on the 1st floor of Trinity Hall
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
CA Resume Drop in hours Fall 2014:
Thursday 12-2; 3-5
Friday 9-11; 10:15-12:15