Career Services Mission and Summary Information
Career Services @ the Soll Center for Student Opportunity aims to empower students to formulate individual goals and strategies for achieving them. Our team of Career Coach professionals foster thoughtful exploration and early engagement to help you achieve your personal and professional development. They are called Career Coaches because they work as partners with you to help you figure out who you are and what you want, assist you in exploring your interests, internships and potential careers (via Handshake), and even grad school. We will coach you to develop and implement an action plan to help achieve your personal and professional goals. To encourage you to explore widely at CMC, Career Services is organized around eight “interest clusters”: Accounting & Financial Services; Consulting; Creative & Entertainment; Government, Law & Public Policy; Medicine, Healthcare & Biotech; Science & Environment; Non-Profit & Education; and Technology & Entrepreneurship. This model ensures that you have opportunity to explore multiple interests and interact with professionals and organizations across a wide variety of industries.
Please download our Career Guide (PDF) to learn more about our Career Services approach at the Soll Center for Opportunity, including how Career Coaches partner with students to help them assess who they are and what they want, explore careers, and start to design their own future.
For further information about the career trajectories of our recent graduates, please refer to our Outcomes brochure (PDF).
Sponsored Internships & Experiences
The Sponsored Internships & Experiences (SIE) Program financially supports students each year in pursuing transformative domestic and international internships and experiences. Last summer, over 280 students received budget-based funding ranging from $500 to $8,000. In 2017, 75 percent of applicants received funding for international and 96 percent of applicants receive funding for domestic experiences.
Student Responsibility Agreement
Using the Claremont Colleges' online recruiting system, Handshake, constitutes an agreement between the Soll Center for Student Opportunity and the CMC student that he/she will adhere to the policies that are incorporated in the Student Responsibility Agreement. All students should familiarize themselves with the content of this document.
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