The Gordon Career Center works with students of all class years to translate their liberal education into a lifetime of meaningful work.

The Center’s innovative approach to career education encourages students to design their own careers by exploring the intersection among their interests, the skills they have and wish to acquire, and market demand. The Gordon Career Center links students to alumni and employers across the globe in fields that reflect the impressive breadth of opportunities explored by Wesleyan graduates.

Careers By Design

Careers by Design is a program to help students explore the many influences on their career decision-making, cut through the noise, and make choices that are right for them.

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Upcoming Events

Sep 14

Information Session: An Insider's Guide to Consulting with Josh Atwood '08

07:00 pm

Interested in the world of consulting or looking for more information? Josh Atwood '08 will be giving a presentation via GoToMeeting based on his experience as a consultant and how you as a student can work your way into consulting. Topics will include his past experience at McKinsey (how recruiting works and what his work entailed), general guidance/advice as you consider a career in consulting, and how his Wes experience got him to where he is today. All classes welcome to attend. A must for those interested in consulting or who would like to learn more! Handshake Event Page

Sep 16

Deloitte Coffee Chats

01:00 pm

Interested in the world of consulting or looking for more information? Josh Atwood '08 will be giving a presentation via GoToMeeting based on his experience as a consultant and how you as a student can work your way into consulting. Topics will include his past experience at McKinsey (how recruiting works and what his work entailed), general guidance/advice as you consider a career in consulting, and how his Wes experience got him to where he is today. All classes welcome to attend. A must for those interested in consulting or who would like to learn more! Handshake Event Page

Sep 18

Information Session: Deloitte

04:00 pm

What do you want to do? If you want to continue to learn in the liberal arts tradition, Deloitte's rotational program will allow you to explore multiple engagement opportunities in at least two industries and three roles. You don't even have to choose a "major." If you want to give back to society, Deloitte has invested $110 million to date in pro bono services. Skills-based volunteering opportunities, such as G3B, send consultants to developing countries for week-long consulting engagements. And, much more! Come to the info session at the Gordon Career Center to hear more about this great opportunity! Hosted by Wesleyan alumni and a range of Deloitte practitioners. Handshake Event Page

What Students & Alumni Do

Education
Media & Communications
Research
Entreprenuership

Where Students & Alumni Work

Citi
NYC Department of Education
Google

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