It's never too early to start thinking about your career

Career Services is here to support you in developing and achieving career goals that lead to a meaningful life. We offer services like career advising, job and internship help, resume and cover letter writing help, and graduate school planning. Maybe you’re not sure what you want to major in or what you want to do in a future job — we can help you with that, too. Our career assessments can help you learn more about your interests, personality type, and which career options and majors might be best suited for you.

You can make an appointment on your first day at University of the Pacific. Our Tigers on Pace program is a four-year plan that allows you to pursue options and be prepared for graduation. However, you can jump in this plan at any point.

Most students think they have to wait a certain amount of time to be eligible for internships, jobs, or even job shadowing opportunities. We are here to dispel that myth and help you get connected to employers as soon as you are ready. Supporting you in achieving your version of success is our primary goal.

Even our alumni can receive free career services for life. As soon as you’re ready to start talking about your career, we are ready to support you in your journey.

Events we regularly host include:

  • A career fair each semester
  • A nonprofit career fair
  • Mock interviews with employers
  • Workshops on resumes, cover letters, social media, and more
Pacific alumni have a long tradition of doing truly remarkable things. The class of 2020 is no exception. In fact, this most recent class of alumni, entering one of the most challenging job markets in memory have exceeded expectations across the board.

- Tom Vecchione, Associate Vice President and Executive Director for Career Development

Contact Career Services

Academic Advising and Career Services Center
3601 Pacific Ave.
Stockton, CA 95203
209.946.2361
careerservices@pacific.edu

Office Hours

Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Visit us on the second floor of the McCaffrey Center on the Stockton campus.