When you arrive at Assumption, you may or may not know what you want to do when you graduate. The Career Development & Internship Center can help you understand your strengths and find a path toward personal success. The Career And Lifelong Learning (CALL) Program at Assumption is uniquely designed to help first-year students and sophomores:
- Set individual goals: We’ll talk with you about your questions, your options and your future. It’s not too early to start.
- Explore academic interests and career options: Through conversations and testing, we can help you assess your interests and strengths and find an academic program that prepares you for interesting career opportunities.
- Build a portfolio: Assumption students learn to create an electronic portfolio that records academic accomplishments, campus involvement, off-campus experiences and projects.
- Connect with a mentor: The first-year mentor program pairs you with an upperclassman to encourage involvement in cocurricular activities, and ease the transition to life on campus. Your mentor is a valuable resource on campus, and helps connect you within the Assumption community.