Career & Life Planning

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.

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Spring 2018 Academic Internship Registration

Spring 2018 Academic Internship Registration is now open. Complete your registration process on Foxlink by the priority deadline, December 18th!!! Check out internship listings via Handshake.

Post-Graduation Survey

All 2018 CLA and Holt graduating seniors, we are interested in your post-graduation plans. Complete the Post-Graduation Survey on Handshake before picking up your commencement tickets. 

Meet Handshake

Your NEW portal for Rollins career resources! Handshake launched in August 2015 for Rollins students and alumni. Its engaging design (inspired by Facebook & LinkedIn) makes career planning and applying for jobs easier for users.
View Handshake Demo

Get Hired to Work On-Campus

On-campus student positions for Spring 2018 are here! Work with a career counselor to tailor your resume and apply to jobs of interest in Handshake! Don't miss out on the opportunity gain professional experience and network!

View current openings

Overview

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. View our Career Journey Map

Maximize Your 4 Years at Rollins

There are many ways to build your resume and develop your career during your four years at college. View Full 4 Year Roadmap.

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 the spring semester
□  Connect with faculty, alumni, friends, family and LinkedIn contacts to grow your professional network