Offices and Services
Career Planning Center
The Career Planning Center offers a variety of services to assist students in identifying and achieving their career goals. The director offers a variety of workshops, activities, and information sessions designed to provide both information and networking opportunities. Through these opportunities as well as through individual coaching, students become involved in the career planning process early in their academic careers. Programs and services include assistance in choosing or changing a major, clarifying personal and professional goals, writing resumes and cover letters, honing interviewing skills, formulating internship and job-search strategies, and preparing for graduate or professional school. In addition, the director supervises the College Internship Program in conjunction with academic departments. All students interested in participating in the internship program should speak with the director at least one semester in advance of their planned internship. More information about the Internship Program can be found in the Career Planning Center or online at www.cedarcrest.edu/career. The Career Planning Center maintains a comprehensive resource library complete with a computer lab for career-related use. Computerized career guidance systems are also available and include: Focus, InterviewStream, and College Central Network. The Career Planning Center maintains a database (College Central Network) of job listings for summer, part-time, internship, and full-time opportunities in local, regional, national, and international organizations. All students and alumnaehave access to the resources of the Career Planning Center during normal business hours. In addition, the office will remain open late by appointment to accommodate adult and graduate students. Students may schedule an appointment by calling 610-606-4648 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Division of Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to the holistic development of students through intentional programming and services. Members of the Student Affairs staff work collaboratively to foster an environment that promotes health and wellness, the development of women's leadership skills, and a commitment to civic engagement. Through co-curricular involvement students are encouraged to develop a spirit of cooperation, respect for diverse people and ideas, and the ability to become productive members of the larger community.
The Division of Student Affairs is comprised of the following offices: Athletics, Career Planning, Community Service, Health and Counseling Services, Leadership and Student Development, Residence Life and Student Activities.
Office of Global Initiatives & International Programs
The Office of Global Initiatives & International Programs strives to promote global awareness and to lead and coordinate the internationalization of Cedar Crest College by promoting study abroad, establishing partnerships with colleges and universities abroad, recruiting and assisting international students, and supporting all international endeavors and efforts of the college