Career Development

From Here To Career

From Here To Career

With many liberal arts colleges facing pressure to demonstrate that they adequately prepare students for the job market, we have risen above competition to ensure superior career preparation & professional development for all students.



The Center for Career Development provides a variety of programs & services to assist students with developing & meeting their career goals. From one-on-one coaching to interactive workshops, staff are committed to student professional development.

Employers & Alumnae Partners

Employers & Alumnae Partners

Learn what makes a liberal arts education at Wesleyan unique & why partnering with the Center for Career Development is mutually beneficial for you, your organization, and for our students.


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Of Wesleyan students will complete a professional development experience by 2020

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Minimum number of Career Development interactions a Wesleyan student will have during her college experience.

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Of Wesleyan students will complete an e-portfolio by 2020.

It takes More Than a major

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According to The Association of American Colleges and Universities, three in four employers would recommend a liberal arts education as the best way to prepare for success in today’s global economy. Employers consistently prioritize learning that involves critical thinking, oral and written communication, and complex problem solving.

Employers strongly endorse educational practices that involve students in active learning, including collaborative problem-solving, internships, research, senior projects, and community engagements. They strongly endorse practices that require applying their learning to a real-world setting.

More than four in five employers say an electronic portfolio in addition to a resume would be useful to them in ensuring that job applicants have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their company or organization.

American Association of Colleges and Universities, 2013

Meet Our Staff

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Sarah Schanck
Director of Career Development (478) 757-5224
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Stephanie Baugh
Assistant Director of Career Development (478) 757-5209

Career Peer Mentors

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Prakriti Shrestha

Career Peer Mentor, Class of 2021 Major: Chemistry Campus Involvement: Council of Judicial Affairs, AXIS member

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Zahna Bigham

Career Peer Mentor, Class of 2018 Major: Biology; Minors: Chemistry and Neuroscience Campus Involvement: Wesleyan Disciple, Premedical Society-Secretary, Black Student Alliance member, Biology Tutor, Student Ambassador

Laura Harness 

Laura Harness

Career Peer Mentor, Class of 2019; Major: Business Administration Minors: Music, Economics, and Finance Campus Involvement: Wesleyannes, Resident Advisor, Wesley at Wesleyan, Tennis, Wesleyan Disciples, Splinters, Junior Marshal

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