Career Development works in partnership with students to achieve their career objectives.
We define our role as career consultants who provide the structure and services, including counseling and specific workshops, to help students focus their search, to target appropriate employers, to implement their job search strategies, and to build skills in self-marketing.
Personalized Career Planning
Personalized, one-on-one career planning and coaching to help you broaden your horizons and realize opportunities
Deeper understanding of your career skills, interests, values, and goals
Advice on managing your career development once you begin your new job
Career Connections workshops that offer valuable assistance in creating a winning résumé, interviewing skills and preparation, and proven techniques for negotiating job offers and compensation
Customized workshops and programs can be requested for interested groups of 6 or more students
Tools to help you find internships and job opportunities, including print and online resources, industry, Drucker and CGU networks, and informational interviewing techniques
Flexible and convenient appointment times
Our comprehensive services are available not just while you are a student, but are free for life as a member of the Drucker alumni community
Networking opportunities with influential Drucker and CGU alumni
Guest speakers from top companies present their on-the-job experiences
Five times the connections: the Claremont Alumni Network of the Claremont Colleges provides access to alums from all five undergraduate institutions, as well as CGU. As a member of the consortium, you can attend career events such as Job Fairs, Industry Nights, and Employer Presentations at all of the Claremont Colleges.
Alumni Mentor Program
The Drucker School Mentor Program is designed for students interested in learning more about a particular career field and establishing a professional contact with a Drucker Alumna/Alumnus Volunteer Career Mentor.
The participating mentors represent various professions and majors. Each student is matched with an alumna/alumnus mentor based upon the student's career interest with the mentor's professional expertise.
Alumni mentors can discuss the trends occurring in his or her field and help students clarify their short and long term career goals within this field.
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