EPIC Advantage: Applications are now open for late spring, summer, and fall experiences.

Career Communities

What are Career Communities?

At Earlham, we believe that your career is more than just a job—it’s a journey. And to make that journey, you’ll need guides, mentors, and connections to resources. To help with all of that, we have the Career Communities.

Career Communities at Earlham are centered around six career industry areas that Earlhamites often go into after college:

  • Arts, Entertainment, & Communications
  • Business, Entrepreneurship, & Technology
  • Education, Museums, & Libraries
  • Health & Medicine
  • Social Justice, Nonprofits, & Public Affairs
  • Science & the Environment

 

Opportunities in Your Inbox

By joining a Career Community at Earlham, you’ll start receiving information from the CGCE about upcoming opportunities related to that community. That means special invitations to events, timely communications about internships and jobs, and much, much more.

A Network of Advisers

Each Career Community has an ever-growing network of people connected to it. These include career coaches, faculty, alumni, and employers. By joining a Career Community, you’ll be able to tap into a range of expertise in your fields of interest.

Join Your Community

It’s easy to get started. Just log into uConnect (see the top right-hand corner of this page) and fill out your preferences, making sure you select the Career Communities you’re most interested in. (We recommend you don’t choose more than three Career Communities at one time!) If your interests change over time, no problem. Just navigate back to your profile and change your selections.

Center for Global and Career Education

Are you hoping to start a career in this unusual time? The Coronavirus Pandemic has changed everything, including the job market. Follow this link for 6 tips on starting a career during coronavirus.

https://bit.ly/39KM5sL

Spring 2021: Health Externship Application (Deadline Feb. 8th)

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In an effort to continue providing opportunities for students to gain healthcare experience during the pandemic, the Center for Global Health is once again proud to partner with several community-based health organizations for a series of public health projects. Please …

By Jessie Pilewski
Jessie Pilewski Associate Director of the Center for Global Health Jessie Pilewski
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Starting Salary Projections Positive for the Class of 2021; Big Increase for Humanities Graduates

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By: NACE Staff

The average starting salary projections for all reported categories of majors for Class of 2021 bachelor’s degree graduates show increases, albeit some of them are on the smaller side, according to NACE’s Winter 2021 Salary Survey.

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By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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Why foreign-language skills matter for the next-generation workforce

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By: Kanoe Namahoe (SmartBrief)

Demand is growing for multilingual work talent. Organizations are increasingly seeking employees who can speak more than one language, according to a 2017 report from New American Economy. This is particularly true for companies and industries …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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What can you do with a Museum Studies Degree?

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Excited about your career in Museum Studies? Don’t know where to start? Then, explore the map below!

It provides a useful list of potential career paths, “How to get there”, Job listings etc.

Go explore, and feel free to set …

By Bibi Mohamed
Bibi Mohamed Peer Career Coach Bibi Mohamed
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Career Resources

Featured Classes

EPIC 171:Foundations

Prof. Jeffry Neuhouser & Anastasia Mihailov-Flannery
The EPIC Foundations course is a required pre-departure course for students participating in Earlham-funded summer internships and independent student experiences…

Border Studies

Program themes The Border Studies Program explores salient topics of our time: transnational migration ​neo-liberal globalization the militarization of policing struggles…

Japan SICE

Prof. Rotating Earlham College Faculty Member
Earlham’s Studies in Cross Cultural Education (SICE) program provides students a unique opportunity to learn about Japan by participating in a…

Semester in Cape Town, South Africa

One of the most distinguishing aspects of life in South Africa is its breathtaking amount of diversity, both in terms…

Semester in Ecuador

The Ecuador Program is designed for students who want to develop and strongly increase their ability to speak, write, read,…

Semester in Environmental Science at Woods Hole

The Semester in Environmental Science is a 15-week fall semester at the Ecosystems Center of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The…

Semester in London, UK

The London Program has a long history at Earlham. The first program took place in 1961 and the program has…

Semester in New Zealand

The New Zealand semester program is an interdisciplinary off-campus opportunity with an emphasis in environmental studies. New Zealand’s unique biogeography…

Semester in Spain

The Spain Program is designed for those seeking to develop considerable fluency in Spanish while studying the historical and contemporary…

Tibetan Studies: Global Health, Social Justice, and Tibetan Buddhist Culture in India

Based in Dharamsala, India, this program is designed to offer a unique opportunity to live and study in a rich…

BIOL 251: Intro to Nutrition

Prof. Jose Ignacio Pareja
This course will serve as an introduction to the science of human nutrition and the relationship of food and nutrients…

Contact & Location

Phone
(765) 983-1424
Address

801 National Rd W
1st Floor Landrum Bolling Center
Richmond, IN 47374

Career Service Hours

M 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
T 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
W 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
TH 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
F 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm