The Center for Career & Life Planning oversees career development, academic internships, and student employment for the Rollins community: serving students, alumni, staff, faculty, parents, and employers.
The Center for Career & Life Planning offers a variety of services and resources designed to reinforce the personal, social and intellectual development fostered by a liberal arts education.
There are many ways to build your resume and develop your career during your four years at college. View Full 4 Year Approach.
First Year: Educate Yourself on Career Options
□ Complete FOCUS 2 career assessments to identify careers that fit your interests, skills, and personality
Second Year: Explore Professional Development Opportunities
□ Use LinkedIn to develop a professional online presence
□ Enroll in the Career & Life Planning course
□ Develop your resume and cover letter
Third Year: Experience Possible Future Career Paths
□ Participate in a summer academic internship
□ Conduct informational interviews with and shadow established professionals
□ Attend graduate school programming and learn about the admission requirements
Fourth Year: Prepare For Professional Life After Graduation
□ Learn about opportunities through employer information sessions
□ Attend Career & Internship Expo during spring semester
□ Connect with faculty, alumni, friends, family and LinkedIn contacts to grow your professional network