The leader of the Career Services team is Jeff Reep, a 22-year basketball coach at the collegiate level and a Certified Professional Career Coach who has invested the past 15+ years building into Cedarville students and advancing Kingdom opportunities for graduates around the world.
Take a moment to read his article, "Develop Your Game Plan," to see how the "coach" and his team are helping students find internships and meaningful employment. Career Services' strategy of helping students "get off the bench and into the game" is paying dividends in strong placement statistics and student satisfaction.
Career Services at Cedarville University
Preparing Students for a Career ... Starting Freshman Year!
Career Services at any university is the office that helps students find a job. So, while you may be spending time with the "admissions" staff right now, don't forget to check out a university's "emissions" team as well. The staffing, resources, and philosophy of a career services office tell you much about a university's focus on outcomes and student success.
The influence of Career Services at Cedarville University goes far beyond coaching resume and interviewing skills, hosting career fairs, setting up internships, or offering interest and skills testing. The team provides a MyPlan Career Assessment at no charge to new students, then advisors help students develop a four-year completion plan. Regular Jobs4Jackets emails keep employment opportunities “top of mind.” Career Services’ staff regularly present in classes, helping students connect job opportunities with what they are studying in their major.
At Cedarville, Career Services helps students think about their career choice as a calling — the opportunity to use unique God-given talents and abilities to make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.
Cedarville’s placement rates — including graduates who are working in their fields of study — outperform national benchmarks year after year. Even in challenging economic times, employers seek out Cedarville graduates for their academic preparation, work ethic, and character.
Explore the Career Services website for additional resources and information!