Looking for a job or an internship? Interested in learning how to write a top-notch resume? Or maybe it’s time to choose a major and some extra guidance is necessary. Green Mountain College’s Office of Career and Personal Development is here to help with all of these tasks and more. We take a personalized, one-to-one approach to helping students achieve their goals. The office is located on the second floor of the Griswold Library.
Individual Career Counseling
We can help explore your career interests and goals, prepare a resume and cover letter, develop interviewing and networking skills, research internship and employment options, and assist with graduate school exploration. Please email email@example.com to set up an appointment.
Alumni Career Network
Green Mountain College’s Alumni Career Network can connect alumni volunteers who can help you succeed in your field. Alumni mentors can talk with you about their field, give advice on preparing for graduate studies or the job market and provide guidance as you begin your career. Please contact the Office of Career and Personal Development if you would like to connect with an alumni mentor.
Resume & Cover Letter Assistance
We offer resume and cover letter review and consultation. If you would like us to review your materials please send a draft to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off in the Career Center. We will review it and return it to you promptly. To learn more about resume writing, click here to view our resources.
Career and Personal Development offers group workshops throughout the year covering a variety of career topics including graduate school, resume writing, job searching, and interviewing skills. Click here to check out our workshop schedule.
We are committed to assisting students and alumni and offers assistance in the areas of self-assessment, internship, career exploration, career and graduate study planning, and job searching. Through a host of services and resources, we strive to help students apply their exceptional GMC education in situations that are compatible with their training, personality, interests, and experience as they develop fulfilling and rewarding careers that sustain themselves and the environment.
Director of Career and Personal Development
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Summer hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Evening hours are available by appointment.