TAWC Career Development Hub
Boost your career and confidence with tools available here for students of The American Women's College.
Our Career Development Vision
As an adult student, you already have a wealth of valuable life and work experiences that you bring to the table. Now it’s time to take your career to the next level.
We have carefully designed our career development program to meet your unique needs and to build off the foundation of our WELL program and your other academic, co-curricular, and professional experiences.
There are five important steps in the process of career decision-making:
You can build your skills using the resources on this site 24/7, whenever you need them.
We also encourage you to take advantage of our weekly virtual group career coaching sessions or our virtual resume, cover letter, job search and LinkedIn skills training webinars. We’ll be offering virtual industry meetups with potential employers, alums, or faculty which you can join in real-time or view after they’ve been archived on our YouTube channel. For more information and to register for an event, visit Bay Path Handshake.
Feeling like you wish you had an ongoing community where you could talk about career development and see up-to-the-minute information in a supportive environment?
Join our TAWC Career LinkedIn Group or participate in one of our major-specific Virtual Learning Communities. Here, you will:
- join peers, advisors, career development staff, alums, and faculty in conversation
- receive the latest news about career development events and resources at TAWC
- discover additional links to useful articles about professional development
Learn how to develop all of the 21st skills necessary to successfully manage your career and professional development -- not just today but throughout your life!
In the modules below, you'll find even more resources to enhance your knowledge, boost your confidence and get you closer to achieving your goals!
The Sullivan Career and Life Planning Center (SCLP) | This campus-based center offers a wide range of services for The American Women's College alumnae, as well as a website with extensive resources. Explore the SCLP website.