The Center for Career & Professional Development encourages you to begin your career/life planning process in your first year of college, continuing over the course of your academic career. However, you can rest assured that it is never too late to start! By working with our staff, you will learn and develop the career and life planning skills to help you be competitive in applying for employment and graduate or professional school.
Discover your strengths, interests, and values using the framework and tools provided by the Center.
Learn about rewarding careers and graduate studies through guided exploration, reflection, and networking.
Gain real-world experience through research, volunteer opportunities, internships, and other Applied Learning Experiences.
Take the next step with confidence toward a career or graduate school knowing that the Center will be here to support you.
The Career & Professional Development Action Plan
Make an appointment or drop by to visit with one of our Career Coaches. We will help you develop a personalized action plan based on your unique strengths and interests, personal goals for employment or graduate/professional education, and expected graduation date to help get you where you want to be.
Richard majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry, graduating from Austin College in 2021. He is attending the Texas Tech University Health Science Center, School of Medicine, in Lubbock, Texas.
Alyssa graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a double major in Psychology and Public Health. She is attending the Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Work.
Andrea graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a major in Biochemistry and a minor in Spanish. She attends Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, Colorado, working towards a Ph.D. in Chemistry.
Ashley majored in Psychology and minored in English, graduating from Austin College in 2021. She now attends Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Psychological Research.
Emily graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a double major in Biology and Anthropology. She attends the University of Texas Health Science Center, Long School of Medicine, in San Antonio, Texas.
Jake graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a major in Media Studies and a minor in English. He attends the University College in London, England, pursuing a Master’s degree in Film Studies.
Krista majored in Political Economy and Finance and minored in Spanish, graduating from Austin College in 2021. She is pursuing dual Master’s degrees in Accounting and Business Analytics at the University of Texas in Dallas at the Naveen Jindal School of Management.
Lindsey graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a major in Political Science and a minor in Global Science, Technology and Society. She is attending Medical Sales College.
Reagan double-majored in Public Health and Environmental Studies, graduating from Austin College in 2021. She attends the Colorado School of Public Health in Aurora, Colorado.
Sarah graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a major in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing and minors in Art and History. She is serving an internship at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Regan graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Exercise and Sport Studies. He attends the Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Nancy majored in Environmental Studied and minored in Biology, graduating from Austin College in 2021. She was the program coordinator for Vogel Alcove during the Summer of 2021 and started an internship with Girls Inc. in Dallas, Texas in the Fall of 2021.
Sumeya graduated from Austin College in 2021 with a major in Business Finance and Economics and a minor in Accounting. She is enrolled in the Master’s of Accounting Program at Rice University in Houston, Texas.
Mandy majored in Biology with an emphasis on Molecular and Cellular Biology and minored in Chemistry. She attends the University of Texas, Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.