FACULTY AND STAFF
The Center for Career and Civic Engagement seeks to work with faculty members to meet the needs of our students. The role of faculty is critical for students as they look to declare majors, seek hands-on learning opportunities, get involved on campus and make career-related decisions. We want to partner with you as we continue to support our students.
REFER YOUR STUDENTS!
Individual Civic Engagement Advising Appointments
Meet virtually or in-person (if requested) with the Director of Civic Engagement to help you with the following: narrow in on an area of interest for volunteering, understand more about our education and mentoring opportunities, learn about being involved in our community in a meaningful way, begin researching options for alternative break trips, learn how to develop and implement a fundraising campaign for your group or club, and more. You can schedule by emailing email@example.com or through Handshake.
Individual Career Advising Appointments
Meet virtually or in-person (if requested) with a career advisor to help you choose a major, research career options, discuss internships and/or co-ops, begin a job search, build a career toolkit (resume, cover letter), connect with alumni and employers in your chosen field, discuss continuing education and MUCH MORE! You can schedule by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or through Handshake.
No appointment is required for drop-in hours. Meet with a member of our staff to ask a quick question, get feedback on a resume or just to chat about any career-related topic. Virtual drop-in hours are Monday through Thursday from 2-4 p.m. during the semester. Please sign-in for drop-in hours through Handshake. In-person drop-in hours are Thursdays from 2-4 p.m. during the semester.
Don't Cancel Class!
The Center is happy to attend a class session that you might not be able to due to outside commitments.
Encourage participation in events and programs!
Throughout the academic year, the Center for Career and Civic Engagement sponsors many programs and events. By encouraging students to participate in events and programs that take place they will be able to better use their Moravian College resources as they make career-related experiences, seek experiential learning opportunities, consider service/volunteer options and begin thinking about the world of work.
Handshake offers a one stop shop for students and alumni searching for positions. All internship, co-op and job opportunities the Center is made aware of are posted in this system. Students are encouraged to register on the site and begin searching for opportunities.
Looking for service opportunities? Log into GivePulse to see some of the opportunities to serve safely.
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS
Do your students have questions about their careers? Follow this link or click "students" in the menu on the left to learn more about the services and resources we provide to students.