Register for Bridges Scholars to jumpstart your career exploration and planning.
Participate in an Internship to explore the world of work.
Participate in the Practice Interview Program to develop your interviewing skills.
Take advantage of the programs that have proven to work!
Avoid the "I don't know what I want to do" panic! Register for this 4-credit course to explore your interests, discover career and vocational possibilities, learn practical job search skills, and much more.
Today's employers are looking for relevant experience from new graduates. Every year, hundreds of Hamline students use internship experiences to develop relevant skills, test career interests, gain confidence in their ability to work in a professional setting and better prepare themselves for future opportunities.
Major Decisions Fair provides an opportunity for undecided students to have conversation with faculty, alumni, and other students about what drew them to their field of study. The focus of the event is a career and vocational exploration to help students learn how the majors at Hamline can help prepare them for the world of work.
Piper to Professional: Essential Skills for Career Success is a 4-credit course designed to help Hamline students develop their personal brand and learn how to market their skills to potential employers.
The Practice Interview Program (PIP) offers students the ability to develop and practice interviewing and networking skills essential for success in any future endeavor - whether it be finding an internship, conducting a job search, or applying to graduate school.
Instructions for Hamline Career Link registration and navigation
Matt Petersen '12
With the guidance of the Career Development Center, Matt began extensive networking and self-promotion involving...
Career planning is a journey, and the Career Development Center is here to help you every step of the way. Use this guide as a way to stay on track with your career planning during your time at Hamline.