The career dimension of wellness involves preparing for work in which one will gain personal satisfaction and find enrichment in one's life. Develop skills to manage career goals as they shift or change throughout your life. The choice of profession, job satisfaction, fulfillment of your values and purpose, as well as personal performance are all important components of your career ambitions.
Career Resource Center
The mission of the Career Resource Center is to engage students, alumni and employers in a collaborative career development process in order to facilitate achievement of their professional goals and meaningful contributions to their communities. The Career Resource Center offers individual career counseling to Pacific students and alumni. Current students can choose academic career courses such as Co-Op 088 "Career Exploration and Planning" and Co-Op 188 "Career Search Essentials" to better explore and plan career oppurtunities.
Tiger Jobs is your online connection to part-time and full-time opportunities, internships, & on-campus (work study/non-work study) jobs. To access Tiger Jobs, log into your insidePacific account. The link to Tiger Jobs is located under the "Living" tab.
We believe that close contact with a faculty advisor plays a key role in helping new students to establish a solid start to their college careers. Each incoming student in the College is assigned a faculty advisor with whom to discuss course selection, degree requirements, and college and post-college planning. In addition, peer student advisors are assigned to freshmen to serve as part of their support team.
The goal of Writing in the Disciplines is to assist faculty and students at Pacific in the improvement of student writing within their majors and individual disciplines and to encourage more active, engaged learning through writing intensive courses, the use of innovative teaching methods in writing instruction, and tutorial support from the Student Writing Center for all levels of writing, from the Pacific Seminars to Senior Capstone Courses.
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Career and Internship fair happens each spring bringing employers from industry, government, education and non-profit organizations to campus. Employer representatives interact with students, providing information about their internship and employment opportunities, while students are able to network and share their resumes directly with employers.
The Office of Financial Aid is committed to making sure Pacific students make informed financial choices when they choose the school they attend.
Off Campus Resources:
SMART Goal Setting
this resource helps you map out SMART goals to increase success in goal setting.
California Student Aid Commission
This California Government website describes available student financial aid programs such as Cal Grants, their requirements, and how to apply for them. The site also includes helpful tips to consider when applying for financial aid as well as answering frequently encountered questions concerning the application process.
Mapping Your Future
Mapping Your Future is a national collaborative, public-service, nonprofit organization providing career, college, financial aid, and financial literacy information and services for students, families, and schools.
College Career Life Planning
College Career Life Planning was created by the National Education Empowerment Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. This website contains hundreds of free career tools, links to education, career, and life planning.
National Career Development Association
The National Career Development Association (NCDA) inspires and empowers the achievement of career and life goals by providing professional development, resources, standards, scientific research, and advocacy.
Apply for the opportunity to live, learn and work for 27 months to help provide assistance in six program areas: education, health, business and information and communications technology, agriculture, environment, and youth and community development.
Teach For America
Teach for America is a national teacher corps of recent college graduates who commit two years to teach and to effect change in under-resourced urban and rural public schools.
The organization offers a variety of online services to support a community of nonprofit, volunteer and business leaders committed to civic engagement.
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