Students can use the Career Closets at PennWest Clarion & California

Students who need to make a great first impression at a job interview, internship opportunity, student-teaching assignment and more can go wardrobe shopping on campus. Be confident in your look and find the appropriate wear for your career field at …

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Director of Career Events and Outreach
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How to Talk “Career” With Your Student 

Conversations about the future are not always welcome by students, especially when it comes from a family member. Additionally, you may not feel like it is your place to invade, or you may feel concerned about your student’s future. However, …

By Hailey Fry
Hailey Fry
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Informational Interviews-What, Why and how?

An informational interview is a casual conversation, typically lasting around 20-30 minutes, with someone employed in a career field in which you are interested. It’s different from a job interview as its purpose is not to hunt for job openings. …

By Zoey Reynolds
Zoey Reynolds
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An interview with Jesse (Olszewski) James – A Filmmaker in Erie, PA

Jessica Hunter (JH): Jesse, for those of us that have not had the pleasure of meeting or working with you, please tell us a little bit about who you are and how you got to where you are today.

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Director of Career Events and Outreach
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Do what you love- Hailey Fry spends summer getting creative experience via Internship

https://www.pennwest.edu/news/do-what-you-love

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Director of Career Events and Outreach
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Outcomes Data-Class of 2023*

All are welcome to view our most recent outcomes data for the class of 2023: www.pennwest.edu/career-outcomes

Comprehensive data and legacy data for internal stakeholders (faculty & staff) can be found here by logging in with your PennWest ESS credentials. 

*August …

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Director of Career Events and Outreach
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Average Salary by Education Level: The Value of a College Degree

By Tim Stobierski published June 2, 2020

If you’re considering going back to college, you may be considering the various arguments for and against the value of earning a bachelor’s degree.

Many professionals cite “the ability to make more money” as …

By Milo Orr
Milo Orr
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