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Career Preparedness Starts in the Classroom

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Provide Students with World-Class Career Support

One of the most important things a university can do is to offer lifetime career services for its students and alumni. At Chapman, we are committed to providing best-in-class resources that will prepare our students to enter the job market. Career preparedness starts in the classroom. Please consider including a Career and Professional Development component to your class. We can provide:

+ - Classroom Presentations

Topics include resumes and cover letters, LinkedIn, personal branding, networking, job search strategies and more. Request your classroom presentation today. 

+ - Customized Career-Related Assignments and Activities

We will collaborate with you to customize any career-related activity or assignment. Reach out to our Career Education team to start the conversation.

+ - Career Coaching and Job Search Tools

One of the most impactful experiences a student will have at Chapman is receiving guidance from a faculty member. In addition to benefiting from your advice, students also have access to career coaching, networking opportunities and a private Chapman job board, Handshake. Please encourage your students to log into Handshake and meet with a Career Educator to maximize their search efforts.

If you would like assistance setting up a Handshake account, please reach out to our front desk operations team.

Become a Faculty Internship Advisor

If you are a full-time faculty member, you can become a Faculty Internship Advisor for students that plan to register internships within your department. As a Faculty Internship Advisor, you will:

  • Mentor students
  • Be compensated per student advised (Please contact your Dean’s office with compensation inquires)
  • Maintain contact with students throughout their internships
  • Assign an academic component
  • Evaluate and post student grades

Learn more about becoming a Faculty Internship Advisor

Deliver Concierge Service to Employers

Many faculty come to Chapman with extensive existing professional networks. If that is you, please:

+ - Encourage your network to Think Chapman First by:

  • Recruiting Panther talent (students and alumni) when hiring at all levels including interns, entry and mid-level teammates and experienced leaders. Visit chapman.edu/tcf for more information
  • Engage on-campus via internship and job expos, speaker events, recruitment opportunities and more

+ - Know your Employer Relations team is here to support you. We can help with:

  • Collateral, tokens of appreciation and informational material to share with employers
  • Employer Relations presence in a meeting or site visit
  • Recruiting assistance (coordinating the posting of positions on all of Chapman’s official job boards)

Contact Information

Career and Professional Development

Main:
(714) 997-6942
career@chapman.edu

Hours:

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Drop-In Hours

Monday 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Thursday 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Location

342 N. Glassell
Orange, CA 92866
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Mailing Address

Career and Professional Development
Chapman University
One University Drive
Orange, CA 92866

Individual Contact(s)

Handshake
Chapman's Career Portal

Internships
Earn Academic Credit
internships@chapman.edu

Hire Chapman Talent

tcf@chapman.edu