Career Education. Career Expertise.
Each year, hundreds of students meet with employers from the New England area at Wheaton’s Fall Career Fair. Students come with resumes, ready to learn about job and internship opportunities and participate in on-campus interviews!
Each year, Wheaton awards more than $800,000 to eligible students undertaking unpaid internships, research, and volunteer experiences. With summer fellowship awards ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 and term-time career-exploration funding, you can dive into meaningful work starting your first year. Log into Handshake for detailed information.
Who We Serve
Learn about the ways we can help you find and prepare for jobs and internships and plan your career trajectory.
Gain access to an extraordinary pool of Wheaton talent by posting jobs and internships with us, or hosting on-campus or virtual interviews and events.
Share opportunities and knowledge with the Wheaton community, build your Wheaton network, or access support for your own career journey.
Parents are integral partners in their student’s career success, and valued members of the Wheaton career network. Learn ways to engage with your student or the college.
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