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University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211

From college to career

The First Stop on the Road to Success is @ Pacific

From spring mega-networking events to resume building and an award-winning mock interviews program, Pacific offers resources and a support system to help students land that first job.

The Pacific Career Resource Center's career compass helps you chart your path from college to career beginning with your first year on campus. They'll help you discover a career path that combines your interests, strengths and values and then explore your career area and learn industry opportunities and requirements. They'll help you gain entery level experience through internships and volunteer opportunities to help you determine if the career path matches your expectations and interests. And they provide a host of resources and help you build strong communications skills so you'll be able to pursue your goal with confidence and success,  

Read how Pacific's Career Resource Center has provided these students the stepping stones to meet their future and get that dream job. 

Andrew Mendoza

A Singingly Successful Path 

Three Conservatory of Music alumni have recently made their debuts with the San Francisco Opera and a current class of opera singers took tops in the nation for their spring 2013 production. All proof that Pacific has primed them well for success on the national stage.

Andrew Mendoza

One Stellar Investor

When 2013 graduate Andrew Mendoza began working full time at Cisco, he was in familiar territory. He had interned for the $11 billion technology company for over a year, and his work on Pacific's highly successful Student Investment Fund (SIF) gave him direct experience in the kind of technology research he'd be doing.

Jason Jung 
Cleaning Up the Environment
Thanks to great research opportunities and the support of his faculty adivsors, civil engineering student Jason Jung '16 was able to secure a competitive two-year fellowship with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.