Where Can Your Talent Take You?
We can provide the assistance and support services you need to find your career path, locate and apply for jobs, consider graduate school, and take the next steps after Villa. We invite you to stop by our office to learn more.
More About Career Services at Villa
Day to day support: Not sure how to use your degree? Need help creating or updating your resume? Want to prepare or practice for a job interview? From the interview to accepting an offer, Villa’s Career Services team is available to help all students prepare for every aspect of the job search.
On-site employer visits: Each semester, career services hosts representatives from local businesses looking to hire new talent. Villa students have the chance connect with hiring managers from major companies in Western New York and make a lasting first impression.
Off-site employer visits: Step off campus to learn more about how local businesses operate and what they are looking for in employees. Discover which industries may be a good fit for you, and what you need to accomplish academically to break into them.
Graduate school fairs: Thinking of continuing your education after completing your four-year degree? Each semester, Villa welcomes masters degree-granting institutions to campus so students can learn more about their grad school options and requirements.
Get That Job Week: An annual series of seminars and workshops, Get That Job Week was designed to help Villa’s students develop their professional skills so they are prepared to succeed after college. All Villa students are welcome to participate the events that range from an etiquette dinner to a presentation on developing a professional LinkedIn profile.
Hard at Work
Read about how our students say Career Services helped them, and where they are working now.
College Central Network
To begin exploring employment opportunities, visit the College Central Network.
Disclaimer: The Office of Career Services makes no representations or guarantees about positions listed on its website and is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, nor other aspects of employment. It is the individual’s responsibility to take all necessary precautions when interviewing and/or accepting positions. Individuals are solely responsible for obtaining necessary information concerning the employer. The Office abides by the principles set forth by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), and expects employers who use its services to adhere to EEO guidelines and extend employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other protected status. Villa Maria College provides links to other websites as a convenience to its users. The College is not responsible for the contents of any linked site. Anyone who discovers misuse or abuse of this website is encouraged to report the matter to the Office of Career Services.
Questions about Career Services? Contact us today!