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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:


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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:


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Career & Professional Development

Hours

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

Drop-in Hour Calendar »

Appointments

Virtual career appointments are available for students and alumni. 

Schedule career appointment on Handshake »

Coronavirus Updates

For updates regarding internship courses and career services, visit the Career Coronavirus Updates Page.
Additional information about how Chapman is responding to the Coronavirus and return to campus plan is available on Chapman’s CU Safely Back site.
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