How We Can Help You

Full access to our services

  • Career Advising
  • Tiger Net – Georgetown College Career Management System.  Search for internships, campus jobs, part-time and full-time positions.
  • Join our Georgetown College Alumni & Friends Linked In Group
  • Career Assessments – TypeFocus is a leading developer of online personality type resources.  This can be an excellent tool for alumni in a career transition situation.  You will receive results through the system and are able to research suggested professions through the system.  Please email our office and request the access code and instructions at graves_center@georgetowncollege.edu

How You Can Help Us

  • Recruiting on campus.
  • Becoming a mentor.

Mentoring Network

Alumni/professionals can provide opportunities for students to engage in meaningful and supportive mentoring relationships, for the purpose of career and professional development. Alumni can also connect with other professionals for a mentoring relationship.

We seek alumni/professionals from all areas including: ministry, medicine, theatre, business, accounting and art to electrical engineering. Additionally we seek professionals working in the equine industry and those in organizations with a global scope.

Mentoring options may include: Informational Interviewing; job guidance, guest speaker/career panel/workshops; professional networking; mock interviewing; shadowing; internships; and office tours/receptions.

Be a part of this rewarding opportunity. You can request to be a Mentor by emailing graves_center@georgetowncollege.edu. Let us know the following about you:

  • Name;
  • Company;
  • Industry;
  • Position;
  • Years in Position;
  • Brief Description of job; and
  • a brief description of your motivation for participation.

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