Goal: To educate and assist students in identifying their calling and exploring vocational opportunities through assessment, career advising, and practical experiences.
Definition: Career development at Taylor University is identifying God-given passions and abilities, exploring vocational opportunities, and equipping to find God's calling.
How We Help
Career development assists students in working through critical vocational planning steps.
Freshmen - Sophomores: Identifying God-Given Passions and Abilities
- Discover your interests
- Learn your values
- Identify your skills/abilities
- Assess your personality
Sophomores - Juniors: Exploring Vocational Options
- Identify occupations of interest
- Enroll in related courses
- Participate in job mentorship
- Seek leadership opportunities
- Volunteer for global experience
- Seek internships
Juniors - Seniors: Equipping to Pursue God's Calling
- Prepare a high quality resume
- Identify and research potential areas of service, employment or graduate school
- Participate in mock interviews
- Polish e-portfolio for distribution
- Interview with on-campus, off-campus and job fair recruiters
Search for Jobs
Current student and alumni can utilize Career Development Connections to search for jobs and internships including on-campus work study positions.
For companies and organizations looking to conduct on-campus job interviews, learn more about our guidelines and the opportunities available.
Career Development Office