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As you may know, CGU students are among the many who have been directly affected by the current challenges surrounding COVID-19.  Our current cohorts who are graduating or nearing graduation are particularly impacted as some have seen job and internship offers rescinded or canceled over the past few weeks. The Career Development Office, in collaboration with the Office of Alumni Engagement, could use your help.



  1. One unique way is by hosting and posting Micro-Internships for CGU students. Micro-Internships are paid, professional projects that generally range from 5-40 hours of work and can be completed remotely.  These projects are similar to what is completed during a typical internship and allows students the opportunity to gain "real world" experience they can showcase on their resume and leverage to obtain a future opportunity. If interested contact Leigh Schroyer, Assistant Director, Employer Engagement, for more details
  2. An in person internship starting later in the summer and lasting for 5 rather than 10 weeks. If interested contact Leigh Schroyer, Assistant Director, Employer Engagement, for more details
  3. Mentor a student, or small group of students for a few months. Share with them career challenges you have faced. Help them brainstorm for ways to find opportunities, build their networks. If interested contact Christine Kelly, Director, Career Development,
  4. Conduct mock virtual interviews with students to help them prepare to excel in their interviews. If interested contact Christine Kelly, Director, Career Development, or Michael Sacoto, Assistant Director, Career Development,
  5. Be available for informational interviews for students who are exploring career options.
  6. Volunteer for 1 hour as a panelist for our 3rd Annual Career Readiness Conference, our first virtual one, on September 4, 2020. Contact Michael Sacoto, Assistant Director, Career Development, if interested



  1. Our alumni are also encouraged to participate as jobseekers and can register in Handshake, if you don't already have an account.  The Career Development Office is available to help you make your next career move.
  2. If you are on the job market for teaching positions, contact the Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program for resources, consulting, coaching, and feedback on teaching related matters such as teaching philosophy and diversity statements, sample syllabi, anticipating teaching questions. You can also practice teaching demonstrations with PFF.




Students of Color Students of Color


Hiring the top talent from a diverse pool is important to all employers. Below are career  development resources geared to communities of color. Come to the Career Development Office for more resources and for help as you plan for your career.

Online Resources

Diverse Issues in Higher Ed


  • DiversityInc  - bringing education and clarity to the business benefits of diversity
  •  - providing access to equal opportunity employers committed to workplace diversity
  • Diversity World  - providing online resources that promote workforce inclusion of all people
  • - the nationĀ“s leading online service for diversity recruitment and career development
  • Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) - a national non-profit working to develop the next generation of African American, Hispanic and Native American leaders in major corporations, non-profits and entrepreneurial ventures.
  • The Partnership, Inc. - the region's premier experts on talent management solutions for professionals of color
  • Workplace - the preeminent job search web site for corporate recruiters who are seeking experienced diverse talent
  •  (National Employment Minority Network) - a national resource organization committed to assisting schools and organizations in the identification and recruitment of students and professionals of color







  •  - a worldwide Pan-Asian online community, with Asian America at its core, where Asian professionals can cultivate careers and connect with people across the globe.
  • Asian American Net - links to organizations serving Asian-Americans' interests related to career, networking, community, legal, and cultural activities.








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