How Can We Help You?
Find out how you can discern your calling, understand and articulate your strengths and interests, explore career options, and more.
Learn to recognize common major myths, and decide on a major that’s just right for you.
Our resources will help you find opportunities and meet employers, from your first year at SPU until after graduation.
Effective résumés, cover letters, interviews, thank-you notes, business etiquette, interview skills — it all matters, and we can help.
Use our online resources to get general advice, or make an appointment to have a professional career counselor edit your application materials.
If you're a parent, an SPU alum, or a local businessperson, you can help SPU students and alumni by sharing your career experiences and expertise one-on-one.
As a reliability engineer for International Paper, Nathan Anderson ’15 spends his time in the field learning from technicians, engineers, and operators.
When Alison Brooks ’13 began her search for a job in event planning, she was expecting a formal process. What ensued was something quite different.
Sam Lee ’12 credits counselors from the Center for Career and Calling for encouraging him and giving him the resources necessary to succeed in business.
Giselle Gonzales ’14 has passport stamps from Central and South America, Africa, and Eastern and Central Europe — and is about to get a bunch more.