Starting in September, CBS Student Services will offer one-to-one appointments and programming for CBS students interested in graduate school, industry and beyond. Student Services already offers career counseling for students interested in health careers and support for undergraduates interested in research.
CBS and the College of Science and Engineering mutually decided to focus their respective career development efforts on the unique needs of their student earlier this year. Going forward, the Career Center for Science and Engineering in Lind Hall will exclusively support students in the College of Science and Engineering.
“This transition is the beginning of a shift to integrate career development work seamlessly into the work of CBS Student Services, with specialized staff dedicated to assist students in exploring and achieving their desired career paths,” says Nikki Letawsky Shultz, director of student services and assistant dean for student affairs and international programs.