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Career Development Faculty Resources

As faculty, you play a critical role in supporting students in career exploration and professional development. Below are some ways that faculty can work with the Career Development Office to encourage greater dialogue and stronger partnerships to ensure the success of our students.

Career Development Resources for Students

Encourage students to schedule an appointment with the Career Development Office for one-on-one counseling sessions, resume reviews, internship/job search techniques, interview skills and much more.

Class Presentations

Invite a member of the Career Development Office to present to your class on a variety of career topics. 


We Bring the Red Pen! (On Hiatus)

The Career Development Office will visit your classroom to do class resume reviews. Please contact Career Development to schedule a visit.


Art World Conference Videos

 Art World Learning (AWL), an online platform developed to bring financial education to artists, designers, and cultural producers. You can learn more by watching this trailer. As a CCS student/alumni you have free access to all the content on the site.

Use the coupon code “AWL_CCS_Student_2020″  to enroll today!

Art World Learning exists as a tool to bring more nuanced financial and business education to creatives, by creatives who’ve dedicated their lives to the empowerment of others. 


Employers and Alumni Relations

Work with the Career Development Office to develop relationships with employers and alumni interested in providing experiential learning and job opportunities for students. 


Where are They Now?

The Career Development Office welcomes any information regarding students who have secured an internship or a job. Faculty work very closely with students and you are often the people that students share information with. Please encourage students to report to our office. Email .

Contact the Office of Career Development

Please email  to learn more about our student and faculty resources, to request services, or to refer students.