From Japan to New Zealand, from San Francisco to rural Maine, students are making an impact on communities while building their resumes.
Our student interns conduct market research, develop organizational policies, teach English as a second language, undertake bird conservation studies, and serve as the front line for state legislators. And that’s just this year!
Hartwick’s Career Services team can help you find your passion and show the world you’re the best person for the job. Wherever you are in the process — from researching options to applying for graduate school — we’re here to help you along the way.
Our Internship Advisor works directly with students to secure internships. We offer academic credit for internships and internship scholarship opportunities, too.
Strong recruiting efforts
Our Internship and Employer Relations Coordinator connects with community partners to secure internship and job opportunities for Hartwick students. What’s more, we host an annual Internship and Career Fair that brings local, regional, and international employers to campus to meet Hartwick students. Plus, our Graduate School Fair brings scores of graduate school representatives to campus each fall.
Engaging programs and services
Our brand new online internship and job database, WICKWorks, can help you get where you’re going. Just download the app and let the searching begin. We offer customized workshops for majors and clubs, evening advising hours, and a totally free KickStart Your Career Conference in the spring, during which students learn from industry experts about branding, resume development, networking, and more.
A strong alumni network
Hartwick alumni support Hartwick students. Our alumni are often internship and job shadow hosts. They return to campus to speak, and they serve as mentors. We regularly offer co-curricular and academic programs that connect students to the world of work, with support from the alumni network. These programs, called Links, take place in locations like Oneonta/Cooperstown, New York City, Boston, and Washington, DC.
Our offices are in in the PSGE Center, on the first floor of Golisano Hall. We’re open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and we offer evening advising hours in the Center for Student Success. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.
Office of Career Services in the Center for Professional, Service, and Global Education
Oneonta, New York 13820