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Undergraduate Students

The role of the CALES Career Center is to offer broad support to all students in CALES in preparation for post-degree careers. The Center’s focus is to help students refine personal narratives and identify career paths that align with individual interests and needs. The resources available support students in developing the CALES Career Competencies and entrepreneurial mindset encompassing the transferable skills that allow CALES graduates to lead and innovate in any sector or industry.

Resources

CALES Career Center

Student Appointments – Schedule appointments in CatCloud. Staff are available to discuss career planning and strategies, application document review, networking and mentoring, and other career topics.

CALES Life Management Counseling-Located in Forbes 204 or online CALES Life Management provides wellness consultations. 

CALES Learning Lab – Located in Forbes 204, the Learning Lab can connect you with two specialized coaches to develop goals, skills, and strategies to learn how to become a better learned.

University of Arizona

The Alumni Career Lab – The Alumni Career Lab offers resources for career planning, mentoring networks to connect with professionals and alumni, and conversations with professionals about their career path and successes. The Alumni Career Lab is not just for alumni – it is for students that will become alumni as well and is a great resource for building your network and exploring professional pathways.

The Beardown Network – The Beardown Network is a component of The Alumni Career Lab and is an application that allows you to make direct connections to other UArizona alumni, utilize discussion boards, and expand your professional network.

Programming

CALES Career Talks- Join the CALES Career Center for our weekly Career Talks. Each week you’ll meet a different industry professional and connect with current internship, job, or volunteer opportunities. Free lunch is provided to all students who RSVP and attend in-person! Stay up to date on our Student Events page.

Toolbox Talks- Presented by the CALES Learning Lab, Toolbox Talks workshops will give you helpful strategies to help you save time and experience success in your academic courses. View the Student Events page for monthly topics! 

Tucson Young Professionals (TYP)-TYP is a professional network that provides professional events, mid- career development & advocacy indicatives. Redeem your membership through CALES! Interested? Reach out to Colin Eischeid: colineischeid@arizona.edu

The Peace Corps Prep Program – The Peace Corps offers a variety of opportunities for students post-graduation and the Prep Program supports students in the application process. For more information about the Peace Corps and the prep program, reach out to Chris Elsner: celsner@arizona.edu.

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