The Process

The Center for Calling & Career is committed to focusing on the growth of our students during each year of their college experience. Our process is designed to meet the unique needs of each student.  


Freshmen & transfers should:

  • Utilize Focus2 in the Christian Mind class to begin the self-assessment process
  • Explore particular interests
  • Develop appropriate goals
  • Research available resources
  • Initiate the resume writing process


Sophomores should:

  • Use Focus2 to research particular occupations
  • Attend informational events
  • Identify job-shadowing experiences
  • Discuss potential graduate school programs
  • Identify potential Internships
  • Continue building your resume


Juniors should:

  • Pursue experiential education
  • Secure and complete an internship
  • Research graduate schools, test preparation, and applications
  • Effectively target your resume
  • Attend various recruitment events
  • Begin building your network of contacts


Seniors should:

  • Polish resume writing skills
  • Write targeted cover letters
  • Continue networking
  • Attend employer recruitment events
  • Attending all LifeKit events
  • Participate in a Mock Interview Event
  • Prepare for graduate school entrance exams and applications
  • Develop strong interviewing skills

Jim discusses how the Center for Calling & Career has equipped him to boldly pursue his future career and calling.

Jacob Snuggs '14 and his business, Taproot, were awarded $10,000 in seed capital at the Seed Project Pitch Event.