Your undergraduate years in Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences are a time for exploration - to learn about new areas of study, to meet new people, to discover and practice new ways of thinking about the world. A liberal arts education prepares you for any career; as you work across disciplines, you hone critical thinking, communication, and analytical skills that employers value. In Weinberg you can explore possible careers and acquire the experiences that will put you in a good position for pursuing those careers you find most appealing. But where can you learn about what's out there? Information is available here for students considering careers in the health professions, in law, and in business. You can also find out more about career choices and preparation from University Career Services; they offer group sessions and individual meetings with career counselors, and their website has information about many different post-graduate tracks. Internships and volunteering can be rewarding ways for you to learn about potential professional tracks, as can tackling research and other hands-on projects. Also, keep in mind that faculty advisers in various departments can be good sources of career-related advice.
Academic Adviser and Lecturer Open Positions
Weinberg College anticipates hiring full-time College Advisers/Lecturers for the 2013-14 academic year. Please see full application details and application instructions.
Seeking Academic Advice?
Weinberg College Advisers -- faculty representing a range of disciplines in the College and who are familiar with majors throughout the curriculum -- can help you explore available resources and options. Please visit 1908 Sheridan Road, call 847-491-8916, or e-mail us. More details