Undergraduate Students

Meet the Staff

Patrick J. Clifford, M.A., C.A.S., L.P.C.
Director of Career Services
Rosary Hall (Room 35)
Phone: (203) 401-4046
Fax: (203) 672-6669

Wiley T. Dawson, Jr., M.S.
Internship & Career Counselor
Rosary Hall (Room 34)
Phone: (203) 401-4046
Fax: (203) 672-6669

Schedule an Appointment

Career Counselors are available to meet with students individually or in small groups to improve career development skills. The following is a sample list of services available:

  • Career Advising and Counseling
  • Career Testing
  • Internships
  • Campus Recruitment and Interviewing
  • Occupational Discovery and Job Shadowing
  • Graduate and Professional School Planning
  • Study Abroad

Albertus Magnus College's Office of Career Services has a quick and effective way to schedule an appointment with staff members Patrick Clifford or Wiley Dawson.  You will first need to login to Hire A Falcon (hireafalcon.albertus.edu). Once you are in Hire A Falcon, you will need to find the quicklink on the right entitled "Request a Career Counseling Appointment." The next step is to select the type of an appointment needed from the drop-down menu. Now you will need to check on availability and find a time that will work for your schedule. Once you have requested an appointment, you will receive a confirmation email when the career counselor has confirmed their availability.

The Office of Career Services is open for appointments on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and on Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Albertus Magnus College's Four-Year Career Development Plan

Student Success Roadmap

This year-by-year Student Success Roadmap provides you ways to make the most of your academic and co-curricular experiences at Albertus Magnus College. Following the Roadmap will also prepare you for a timely graduation and a successful career. By taking these steps and using campus resources available to you, you will become a part of a vibrant college community as you better yourself and society.

FRESHMEN YEAR - Getting Acquainted

Academic & Co-Curricular Development

  • Participate fully in the Introduction to College Life course
  • Check email and eLearning daily
  • Use a daily planner or an app to keep yourself organized and use it everyday
  • Speak with your advisor and faculty about major and career options
  • Create your General Education ePortfolio
  • Meet with your academic advisor on a regular basis
  • Attend on-campus events and social activities
  • Prepare to use social media as a tool for your future success
  • Strive for academic excellence and build a strong GPA
  • Seek out extra support when needed academically or personally to develop solid foundations
  • Utilize the Writing Center, Math tutoring and eTutoring
  • Reflect on your most enjoyable college classes
  • Consider a summer experiential learning opportunity
  • Consider a summer experiential learning opportunity
  • Investigate and consider Study Abroad opportunities Career Development
  • Visit the Office of Career Services in Rosary Hall and meet the staff
  • Take the SIGI3 and meet with a Career Counselor to interpret the results
  • Attend a workshop sponsored by Career Services
  • Log into Hire A Falcon and create your first resume as a college student
  • Attend a workshop sponsored by Career Services
  • Get a summer job related to your potential major or career field

SOPHOMORE YEAR - Exploring Your Options

Academic & Co-Curricular Development

  • Discuss your major and career goals with your advisor and members of Career Services
  • Participate fully in your sophomore ePortfolio course-CC 213
  • Conduct an informational interview with a professional in a career field you are interested in
  • Add coursework and experiences to your General Education ePortfolio
  • Explore volunteer opportunities that could lead to potential internships in your major area
  • Officially declare your major
  • Develop leadership skills by getting involved with clubs or organizations in your community
  • Consider becoming a Resident Assistant (RA)

Career Development

  • Review your SIGI3 results and possibly take the test again
  • Research more information about your potential career field
  • Create a professional Linkedin profile
  • Consider taking another career test in Career Services (MBTI or Strong Interest Inventory)
  • Attend the Career and Internship Fair and events sponsored by the Office of Career Services
  • Refine the basics of writing a cover letter, resume, interview skills and other ways to market yourself
  • Attend Career Services workshops that will enhance your ability to market yourself
  • Review jobs and internships posted in Hire A Falcon

JUNIOR YEAR - Making Decisions

Academic & Co-Curricular Development

  • Update your ePortfolio with additional coursework, an updated “About me” profile, and co-curricular experiences
  • Begin to develop post-grad plans
  • Continue to explore and network career options
  • Continue utilizing the Writing Center and other campus resources to refine your academic skills
  • Plan and prepare for graduate school
  • Setup graduate school visits to further explore post-grad options
  • Investigate scholarship opportunities to help pay for graduate school
  • Review your degree audit with your advisor to ensure you are meeting all graduation requirements
  • Take on formal leadership roles on campus such as becoming a club leader or team captain

Career Development

  • Meet with a member of the Career Services Office to narrow your career options to two or three fields
  • Update your resume and have it reviewed by a member of the Career Services Office
  • Review your Linkedin profile to make it more marketable
  • Attend workshops sponsored by Career Services
  • Attend the Career and Internship Fair and recruitment events on campus
  • Shadow a professional in a career of interest
  • Secure an internship or part-time job in your career field
  • Review summer jobs and internship opportunities posted in Hire A Falcon

SENIOR YEAR - Finding Success

Academic & Co-Curricular Development

  • Complete a Graduation Degree Audit
  • Consider doing a research project with a faculty member
  • Update your ePortfolio for graduate school applications or job searches
  • Make sure your Linkedin profile reflects all of your academic and co-curricular experiences
  • Take graduate school admissions tests as needed
  • Finish graduate school applications
  • Research and attend a professional networking event
  • Finalize decisions about post-graduation plans

Career Development

  • Meet with a member of the Career Services to develop a plan for a job search
  • Attend workshops sponsored by Career Services
  • Refine your resume and cover letter
  • Participate in mock interviews
  • Complete an internship
  • Attend the Career and Internship Fair and participate in on campus recruiting opportunities
  • Research companies you are interested in
  • Actively engage with alumni through Linkedin
  • Set aside time each week for your job search activities
  • Review jobs posted in Hire A Falcon on a regular basis
  • Inform Albertus Magnus College of your future plans

Selecting Your Major


Many times students enter college unsure of what to major in or change their major during their college years. The following are the undergraduate degree programs available at Albertus Magnus College:



Students who are unsure of their college major should do the following:

  • Explore online materials available
  • Talk to professors about potential career opportunities
  • Review the results of SIGI3 testing given in your Introduction to College Life course
  • Reflect on interests, abilities, personality and values
  • Speak to advisors about academic strengths and potential careers
  • Schedule an appointment with a member of the Office of Career Services
  • Get practical experience by doing an internship or volunteering in an interesting field


Online websites can also help you when making the decision on what to major in during your time at Albertus Magnus College. The following is an additional resource when choosing a major:


What Can I Do With This Major?

The following link is a very helpful site to help explore different majors:


Career Development Workshops and Events

Upcoming Events sponsored by the Office of Career Services:

Internship & Practicum Information Session
January 23, 2018, 4:45 - 5:30 pm - Aquinas G9

Career Services Workshop for East Hartford Campus
January 25, 2018, 5:00 - 6:00 pm

Internship & Practicum Information Session
January 30, 2018, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm - - Hubert Campus Center/BCR

Career Conversations with Alumni: The Power of Writing and Communications
February 6, 2018, 5:30 - 6:30 pm - Aquinas Hall/G9

Informational Meeting on Study Abroad
February 13, 2018, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm - Hubert Campus Center/BCR

Writing an Effective Resume, Cover Letter & Thank You Correspondence
March 6, 2018, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm - Hubert Campus Center/BCR

Networking Workshop for Students
March 21, 2018, 4:30 - 5:30 pm - Rosary Hall

Networking Reception for Alumni & Students
March 21, 2018, 5:30 - 7:00 pm - Rosary Hall

Strategies for a Successful Interview
March 27, 2018, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm - Hubert Campus Center/BCR

Developing an Effective Elevator Pitch for the Career Fair
April 3, 2018, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm - Hubert Campus Center/BCR

Career & Internship Fair
April 10, 2018, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm - Hubert Campus Center/BCR

Developing a Professional Linkedin Profile
April 17, 2018, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm - Hubert Campus Center/BCR

Online Career Links

There are many outstanding resources online to help with career development, job searching and interview preparation.

The following is a sample list of online resources:

CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. A proud partner of the american job center network.

Federal Occupational Search:

Getting Hired bridges the gap between job seekers with disabilities and employers looking to hire.

G. I. Jobs is a link to military friendly employers.

Job Match helps you find jobs where your resume will match the requirements.

LinkedIN is a networking tool to find connections to recommended jobs, industry experts and business partners.

LiveCareer Interview Game Plan is an informational interview tutorial to prepare for your "live" interview.

NACE Salary Calculator:

New York Times Jobs:

NonProfit Career Network Search:

O*Net OnLine is a detailed description of careers used by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students and researchers.

The Riley Guide provides helpful hints on the interviewing process.

Interview Advice reviews preparation, types, questions and competencies needed for a successful experience.

Grad's Guide to Getting Hire explains how to deploy an effective search strategy.

Landing Your Dream Job: Online Career Resources details how to find a career and future.

A Student's Guide to Networking in College College explores timelines, tools and tips on making valuable contacts with your college.

Top-notch job and internship opportunities across all 50 states in the country.

Job Search Sites: (please be aware that the following sites may share your personal information)

Albertus Magnus College Linkedin page:

Albertus Partnered with Resume Target:
The Office of Career Services at Albertus Magnus College has partnered with Resume Target to provide students with access to over 600+ resume templates by industry. To explore the FREE resume templates by industry visit Albertus Resume Templates to search the samples.

Practicum & Internship Opportunities

Who is eligible?

Albertus Magnus College students in good academic standing (G.P.A. of at least 2.0) may participate in:

  • Practicum once they have completed 45 credits
  • Internship once they have completed 60 credits

To be eligible to participate in practicum or internship, students must be registered for internship or a practicum course, complete the online orientation seminar, submit all required documentation, as well as any other requirements of your major. Students must be available for at least 8-10 hours per week (3 credit experience) and have transportation. The schedules of sites and industries vary. Most sites are only available to supervise interns during normal business hours.

What makes Practicum and Internships unique?

Practicum provide students with an opportunity to observe experts in a given field, introducing them to the practical applications of subject matter encountered through course work. Designed as an initial experience for students, practicum may carry from 1 to 3 credit hours. Some departments require hands-on experience as part of the practicum.

Internships offer students who have successfully completed significant coursework in their chosen majors with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the field under the supervision of an on-site professional. The purpose of internships is to enable students to draw intellectual connections between what they have learned in coursework and what they learn on the internship site, which they make explicit through a final project incorporating both academic work and insights gained through the internship experience. Internships can be designed such that they carry from 3 to 9 credit hours.

Credits and hours:

Each credit hour of a practicum or internship course requires that a student complete 40 hours of field experience in addition to other course requirements as determined by individual departments. Students who participate for credit typically earn 3 credits for 120 hours of supervised work during a semester; however, a student may be able to earn up to 12 credits for 480 hours. Each individual department will determine the number of credits a student is eligible to register for in a semester. Students will not be awarded additional credits at the end of a semester if they complete more than the required number of hours.

Practicum and Internship Time Commitment:

Practicum and internship experiences typically run semester-long from September-December and January-May. Some practicum or internship experiences may be available for some majors during the summer term. Unless specified prior to acceptance of a position, students are committed to remaining in their practicum or internship position for the entire duration of the semester.

Contact the following for any questions or concerns:

Wiley Dawson
Internship and Career Counselor
Rosary Hall, Room 34
Email: internship@albertus.edu
Telephone: 203.752.3063
Fax: 203.672.6669

Sample Internship Placements

The following is a sample list of placements for Albertus Magnus College students:

A+ Accounting
Access Rehab Centers, LLC
Advanced Investigations
American Seal & Engineering Co., Inc.
Amethyst House
Area Cooperative Educational Services
Banana Republic
Banti & DeFelice, CPAs, LLC
Barnum Financial Group
Beisler Insurance Agency
BNY Mellon
Boys & Girls Club of Milford and New Haven
Boys and Girls Village
Branford Counseling Center and Recreation Department
Children’s Community Programs of CT, Inc.
Christian Community Action Agency, Inc.
Church Hill Classics
City of New Haven, Department of Finance
City of New Haven, Department of Parks, Recreation & Trees
City of New Haven, Office of the Tax Collector
Clifford Beers Clinic
College Pro-New England Commercial Furniture Service Corporation
Columbus House, Inc.
Columns of Knowledge
Community Action Agency of New Haven Continuum of Care, Inc.
Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery Continuum of Care, Inc.
Connecticut Mental Health Center
Connecticut Sun
Cornell Scott Hill Health Corporation
Creative Arts Workshop
CT Blue Jays Baseball Club
Daniel Trust Foundation
Dibble & Rossi, P.C.
Discovery Communications
Disney World, Florida
Donald L. Perlroth & Company
Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney & Meisenkothen, LLC
East Haven Public Schools
EB Photography
Enterprise Holdings
Evax Systems
Everything Girls Love, LLC
Fairfield Counseling Group
Family Centered Services of CT, Gateway Community College
Family ReEntry
First Investors Corporation
Forensic Health Services
Giordano Associates, LLC
Goodwill of Western and Northern Connecticut, Inc.
Guilford Police Department
Guilford Public Schools
Guilford Youth and Family Services
Hamden Police Department
Hamden Public Schools
Hamden Secure Community Residential Program for Boys (SAGE)
Harbor Yard Sports and Entertainment
Industrial Technologies Services
Integrated Wellness Group
IRIS, Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services

JD Creative
Joshua Center Shoreline
Junta for Progressive Action
Law Office of Vincent N. Amendola, Jr., LLC
Liberation Programs, Inc.
Liberty Community Services
LULAC Head Start
Marrakech, Inc.
Mary Wade Home
Mercy Learning Center
Meriden Police Department
Milford Youth and Family Services
New Financial Life, VITA Program
New Haven Family Alliance
New Haven Farms
New Haven Museum
New Haven Police Department
New Haven Public Schools
New Haven Reads
New Haven Vet Center
North Haven Police Department
Northwestern Mutual Financial Group Sea Stone Capital Management, L.P.
Nurturing Families Network, Fair Haven Community Health Center
Orange Police Department
Orange Public Schools
Orlando Magic/Orlando Magic.com
People’s United Bank
Project MORE
Shelton Youth Services
State of Connecticut, Department of Children and Families
State of Connecticut, Department of Correction
State of Connecticut, Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
State of Connecticut, Department of Public Health
State of Connecticut, Judicial Branch
Stop & Shop Pharmacy
The Children’s Center
The Law Offices of Balzano & Tropiano, P.C.
The Maritime Aquarium
Town of Hamden
Treasured Time, Inc.
Triple Threat Television
U.S. Department of Defense
U. S. House of Representatives
UTC Aerospace Systems
VA Hospital
Viacom Media Networks, Music and Entertainment
Visit New Haven, Economic Development Corporation
West Haven Head Start
WTNH-TV News 8
Yale School of Medicine
Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital, Child Psychiatric Inpatient Services
YMCA Camp Sloper Outdoor Center, Program Center of the Southington-Cheshire Community YMCAs


"My experience as an intern was absolutely wonderful. The structure of the internship program at Albertus is set-up to help you learn and succeed in the position you attain. When I entered the New Haven Promise Office requesting to be an intern, I remember my supervisor telling me "This will not be a simple internship where you'll be filing papers and such. We do real work here." I eagerly looked forward to working on an additional project at my original place of work. As a New Haven Promise Scholar, I knew what the organization was: a scholarship for students who live in New Haven and attend New Haven public school who earn a minimum of 3.0 GPA, have 90% attendance and 40 hours of community service during their high school career. During my internship, I got to be the lead project manager for College Goal Sunday a nation-wide event focused on increasing college affordability and accessibility through FAFSA completion and access to information about college and the application process. My College Goal Sunday event was the most attended and the most FAFSA completion of all of the Connecticut College Goal events. My work at New Haven Promise didn't stop there. I was in charge of students who were struggling academically and drafted an Academic Improvement Plan, which the student and I reviewed to ensure a successful semester and establish healthy academic habits. The research methods course I was taking at Albertus was helpful as I created graphs for community events that allowed parents, guardians and students to see the benefits and beneficiaries of the program. The sociological theories that I learned and concepts of social work were also applicable. I cannot express the amount of fulfillment and joy that I felt upon completing my internship successfully while using the knowledge I learned in the classroom and applying it to real life situations. I thank New Haven Promise and Albertus Magnus College for the opportunity and the preparation."

-Jorgieliz Casanova, Class of 2017

“As Walt Disney once said, ‘You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world, but it takes people to make the dream a reality.’ As a Disney World Intern, I got to be one of those people who made an impact on a family’s vacation memories that will last a lifetime.”

-Danny Piroli, Class of 2017

Job and Internship Opportunities

The following is a list of suggestions on locating and applying for internships:


Internship opportunities can be found at Albertus Magnus College job and internship portal:


Workforce Alliance

Workforce Alliance and Albertus Magnus College are collaborating to connect graduates from key STEM programs: manufacturing, engineering, information technology/computer science, finance and healthcare with jobs.

Here's how it works:

Workforce Alliance offers state and federally-funded incentives to Connecticut employers to hire in these fields, with a particular focus on South Central CT.

A Workforce Alliance Business Services Specialist will talk with you and review your resume. They will check to see if your education, experience and certifications match participating employer needs. If there is a good match, they will craft an incentive package that gets you hired.

An employer may:

  • Hire you directly
  • Hire and train you on-the-job to suit their specific needs
  • Offer a paid internship
  • Request you earn an additional industry certification, funded by Workforce Alliance

There is no application and in most cases, no income verification. Employer incentives are largely based on hiring people who have education or experience, but who have been out of the workforce or working less than full-time, below capacity or outside your chosen field. Workforce Alliance will assess your individual situation.

What do you need to do?

  1. Discuss your career goals Workforce Alliance and their Business Services Specialist.
  2. Work with Albertus’ Office of Career Services to get your resume updated and error-free.
  3. Attend an information session at the American Job Center at 560 Ella T. Grasso Blvd., New Haven.
  4. Provide your resume and discuss your employment situation with a Business Services Specialist. Your resume may be forwarded to immediate job openings, and you will be coached on how to reach out to other employers.
  5. Be ready for interviews! Employers will schedule directly with you if they are interested.
  6. Once an employer decides to make an offer, a Business Services Specialist will step in to process the incentive to the employer. You and the employer will agree on a start date and negotiate hours and salary. Incentives are paid as reimbursements to the employer based on your hourly rate.
  7. Enjoy your new job! After the incentive period, you stay on as an employee.

Check out job postings linked from the Workforce Alliance page and also on CTHires.com and the CTDOL's free job search board.

Hire a Falcon

Hire A Falcon is Albertus Magnus College’s online job bank, recruiting system, résumé and cover letter builder. Thousands of opportunities are listed in this portal at the local, national and international level.

Access an account by logging in to the following address:


Albertus Magnus College makes no representations or guarantees about positions listed by the Office of Career Services. Albertus Magnus College is not responsible for wages, working conditions, safety, or other aspects of employment at the organizations listed. It is the responsibility of each individual to research the integrity of the organizations to which they are applying and use caution and common sense when following up on job leads. The Office of Career Services assumes no liabilities for acts or omissions by third parties or for material supplied by them. The links to other Web sites from the Albertus Magnus College’s Hire A Falcon are not under the control of the Office of Career Services. Therefore, the Office of Career Services is not responsible for the contents of any linked site. The Trustees of Albertus Magnus College and the Office of Career Services shall not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any direct or indirect damage or loss caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any such contents, products or services available on or through such sites.

Study Abroad


Albertus Magnus College administers study abroad programs and enforces study abroad eligibility in a manner consistent with the policies and procedures described herein.

  1. Students (both first-time freshmen and transfer students) must complete two full semesters of study at Albertus Magnus College before going abroad and must achieve sophomore standing prior to departure.
  2. Students must have a cumulative G.P.A. of a 3.0 or higher at the time of their application.
  3. Students must be in good academic standing and satisfactory academic progress toward a degree at Albertus.
  4. Students must not have participated in a prior study abroad experience in which financial aid money/Albertus Magnus College scholarship money was used to pay for tuition and expenses.
  5. Students must participate in a Pre-Departure Orientation.
  6. Students must receive full approval for study abroad.
  7. Students cannot be in the last semester of senior year.

Albertus Magnus College reviews the disciplinary records of all students seeking study abroad approval and determines their eligibility to apply and participate in study abroad. Students on disciplinary probation are not eligible to apply for or to participate in study abroad programs. They MUST have one full semester, (fall or spring) on the Albertus Magnus College campus, with no additional disciplinary incidents between the end of the probationary period and departure to the host country.

All students seeking approval for study abroad will have their records checked at the time of application and the end of the term before the student’s departure to receive final approval to study abroad.


Students interested in studying abroad through an Affiliate or Associate Program must do the following prior to submitting an application directly to the program sponsor or host institution:

  • Attend a Study Abroad Info Session or meet with the Career Services Office to select an approved affiliate or associate program.
  • Meet with their academic advisor to select courses from that program, which must provide 12 to 15 credits of coursework that will be applied directly toward their academic degree.







Graduate Schools

If you are thinking about graduate school, there are a number of questions that you need to answer. How do you select a school to attend? Where can you go for more information? What are the best resources available?

There are many sources of information about graduate school -- faculty, other students, publications and the Internet. But before you begin the search process, you need to answer some basic questions.

Why do I want to go to graduate school?

What do you want to accomplish by attending graduate school?

The most common reasons for people to attend graduate school are the following:

  • Intellectual curiosity - you discover a field of study that interests you greatly
  • Professional development and advancement - an additional degree or certification will give you greater opportunities in a particular field

Graduate Schools - To go or not to go?

Graduate application suggested timeline:

Suggestions on getting into graduate schools:

Graduate School Directory:

Graduate School Opportunities at Albertus Magnus College:

Peterson’s Guide to Graduate Schools:

Financial Accessibility Guide to Graduate Schools:

Grad Profiles:

Graduate School Admissions Exams (GRE, MCAT, GMAT, LSAT):

Graduate School Testing Resource Guidebook

Placement Success Record

Placement Success Record Class of 2016

The National Association of Colleges and Employers 2016 Destination Survey (http://www.naceweb.org/job-market/graduate-outcomes/first-destination/) was shared with all Albertus Magnus College graduates who completed their degree between December 2015 and May 2016. Out of a total of 413 graduates, 72 responded to the survey.

A review of LinkedIn accounts produced 170 additional updates to the Destination Survey from the pool of graduates. Their Linkedin profile information reflected their employment status during the months of November and December of 2016 when the research was conducted.

The following is a summary of the statistics:

From our research, 59% of the graduates between December 2015 and May 2016 were located through the Destination Survey or LinkedIn search.

85% are currently working full-time
10% are currently continuing their education at the graduate level
5% are currently seeking full time employment

Of the 5% who are seeking employment:

  • 11% were awarded an Associate's Degree
  • 4% were awarded a Bachelor's Degree
  • 3% were awarded a Master's Degree

The national results for the Class of 2016 have not been published, but last year NACE reported that 82% of the Class of 2015 at the national level were employed or in graduate school six months after graduation. Albertus Magnus College has found that 95% of our graduates for the Class of 2016 were employed full-time or are in graduate school six months after graduation.

Summary by Undergraduate Day Program programs:

  • 65% are currently working full time
  • 27% are continuing their education
  • 2% involved full time in a community service program
  • 6% are seeking full time employment

Summary by Professional & Graduate School programs:

  • 88% are currently working full-time
  • 7% are continuing their education
  • 5% are seeking full time employment

The following is a sample of job titles that were reported:

Account Executive
Accounting Associate
Activities Therapist
Aerospace Design Engineer
Art Teacher
Art Therapist
Assistant Director of Admissions
Assistant Estimator
Associate Business Analyst
Associate Director of Practice Management
Associate Director of Finance & Business Operations
Assistant Vice President
Behavioral Tech
Business Sales
Business Owner
Case Manager
Certified Peer Specialist
Contracts Administrator
Custom Project Manager
Director of Operations and Finance
Director of Admissions
Director of Computer Information Systems
Director of Interactive Media
Discharge Planner
Education Solutions Specialist
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Field Tech
Financial Analyst Auditor
Fulfillment Operations Manager
Human Resources

Inbound Sales Executive
Internal Auditor
International & Domestic Accounting Operations
Lab Support Services
Learning Support Specialist
Licensed Customer Service Representative
Loans & Grant Process Coordinator
Marketing Analyst
Mental Health Counselor
Milieu Director
New Product Integration Manager
Occupational Health & Safety Specialist
Patient Account Specialist
Research Assistant
Residential Hall Director
Risk Assurance Associate
Senior Accountant
Senior Administrative Assistant
Senior Buyer & Planner
Senior Data Analyst
Senior Legal Assistant
Senior Manager
Senior Retirement Benefits Representative
Social Worker
Store Manage
Substance Abuse Counselor
Supervisor of Manufacturing
Vice President
Vice President & Creative Director