All DWC students, either on campus or online, are encouraged to utilize DWC's Career Services Department. The Career Services Department supports a diverse student body at Daniel Webster College offering assitance to students and alumni in pursuit of their goals.
The Career Services Department helps students:
- Identify and clarify what their career goals are, and helps them inventory their interests.
- Research, explore and prepare for internship and employment opportunities and occupations related to their area of study.
- Prepare resumes and cover letters, and practice interviewing.
- Increase their awareness of possible career options.
- Prepare for a comprehensive job search.
Daniel Webster College offers a finite number of part-time positions for undergraduate students primarily through the federal work study program.
Other Employment Opportunities
Daniel Webster College offers a job posting site that is specific to the DWC community and is available at www.dwcareers.com. In addition, the Student Portal lists certain events, guest speakers, career days and job postings sites.
Internships at Daniel Webster College are completed for course credit. Students who intern have an opportunity to explore and experience their field of study in a practical setting.
Job Outlook Survey
The majority of employers surveyed by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) rated their internship and co-op programs as their most effective new college graduate recruiting method. Data collected from the reports that the two top degrees in demand for 2011 are:
With a particular interest in the following:
- Business Administration/Management
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Computer Science
- Information Sciences and Systems