Career Planning | Student Services

  • Take Charge of Your Career 

    Student ServicesAt Dean College, we'll help you identify your interests, explore job options, and gain the experience you need to launch a rewarding career.

    Here are some of the ways we help you build your skills and knowledge while at Dean College and beyond:

    Individual Career Advising

    Our career counselors will help you choose a major, write a resume, practice interviewing, find an internship, and connect with a future career. Whether you're just starting to figure things out, or a seasoned professional seeking new strategies, get in touch by calling 508-541-1536 or For current students, it's easy to find us in the Campus Center, room 125. For alumni, we can meet face-to-face if you're local, or communicate by phone or email.

    Self-Exploration Resources

    Who do you want to be? What are your plans after you graduate? Come in and speak with us and also explore these online resources.

    • SIGI3,     our interactive online program that helps you explore your strengths and identify career fields that are a good match for you.
    • O*NET, tool for career exploration and job analysis.
    • The ACT, a great site to explore career options.


    Build your skills in workshops on topics like resume writing, how to network, how to conduct a job search, and much more. Check out DEAN CareerLink for a complete list of when and where the workshops are held.


    It's time to "test drive" your future career. Learn more about the internship program at Dean College.

    Career and Internship Search

    Whether you need help with resumes and cover letters, interviewing, using social media, developing your networking skills, or salary negotiation, we have the resources you need.

    Graduate School Resources

    If you're going beyond your Bachelor's degree, these resources will help you explore options for graduate school.

    For further information, please contact the Office of Career Planning and Internships
    Rich Davino, Director of Career Planning and Internships

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