Career Planning Courses

Learn more about the Career Planning Course co-taught by Rollins faculty and the Center for Career & Life Planning.

Career & Life Planning staff regularly partner with faculty and other college staff to co-teach courses or serve as guest lecturers career planning topics, including self-assessment and interpreting personal inventories, resume writing, professional development, graduate school preparation, internship experience, job search strategies and many more. Below is a short description of career planning courses currently offered.  Interested students should consult the most current course listing for availability and dates/times offered.

Career and Life Planning: Making Any Major Marketable

Don’t know exactly what you are going to do with your major/minor after graduation? Unsure how to talk about your curricular and co-curricular activities in professional settings? Team-taught by College faculty and Career & Life Planning staff, this course helps you package and market your college experiences into a successful personal brand. Topics include (but are not limited to) graduate school and fellowship personal statements, resumes, cover letters, professional networking, and interviews.  

Two credit hours 
Offered Fall & Spring semesters
Course ideally suited for Sophomores and Juniors

See course catalogue under CLP 102 for more information including times, dates, and professors.

Center for Career and Life Planning
Rollins College
170 W. Fairbanks Bldg. – 1st Floor
1000 Holt Avenue – 2757
Winter Park, Florida  32789
T. 407.646.2195
careercenter@rollins.edu

Office Hours
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Walk-in Hours
Monday - Thursday: 2 - 4 p.m.