The Pitzer Office of Career Services empowers and equips students and alumni to identify holistic personal and professional goals and to design and implement a strategy to achieve those goals as socially responsible citizens of the world.
Pitzer faculty and staff are central to the career development and planning of Pitzer students. They serve as important mentors and advisors to our students as they identify future personal and professional goals, explore opportunities, and develop essential skills and networks.
Post an On-Campus Job
Pitzer hires work study and non-work study students in our offices and departments. These opportunities provide our students with valuable office/research skills as well as an introduction to protocols and professionalism in a work environment. We encourage all staff and faculty to post any job opportunities on Handshake throughout the year. Students who are seeking jobs use this site to explore on-campus work. Utilizing Handshake also generally secures a large pool of applicants for an open position. For information on posting jobs, the student job fair, and the hiring process. Please see Post an On-Campus Job.
Share an Employer Lead
If you know someone at a great company or organization, please share their contact information with us. We will follow up with them regarding the best way to connect with Pitzer students whether it’s through posting full-time jobs or internship opportunities or by visiting campus. We value and appreciate your input. Please contact Teresa Flores Roberts, Assistant Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 909-621-8519.
Schedule a Classroom or Group Visit
Do you have a break in your syllabus or a group meeting that is open? We would love to assist you through our classroom visit program. A Career Services staff member can be requested to present on career and employment related-topics. Previous topics have included: resume and cover letter nuts and bolts, LinkedIn overview, MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory career assessments, on-campus recruiting orientation, first year career services overview, senior year career services overview, and others. Please email email@example.com or call 909-621-8519.
Career Resources for Advising
Finally, we offer career resources for advising students should they ask for career information. Faculty and staff collaboration is appreciated both by our office and the students who engage with us. As always, don’t hesitate to stop by Scott Hall, 126, call 909.621.8519, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Career Resources for Advising page.