College of Arts & Sciences
Careers

Internship and career opportunities for those with a minor in Women and Gender Studies include all the opportunities associated with one’s major.  A women’s studies minor complements any major, broadening one’s perspective to include an understanding of women and gender.  A minor in women’s studies is an excellent foundation for graduate school in almost any field. Whether one is seeking a degree in the professions (e.g., law, medicine) or a graduate degree in arts and sciences, a minor in women’s studies makes students better candidates for any graduate program and better prepares students for the rigors of advanced study.

Career management is a lifelong process, the most important aspect of which is how your career begins. The Career Center at Seton Hall University will give you the tools to get your career off to a strong start, and has more than a dozen experienced professionals ready to work with you. Students can take advantage of The Career Center’s multitude of benefits, including:

  • One-on-One Career Counseling
  • Individualized Career Development and Management Plans
  • Online Career Assessments
  • Career Education Workshops, including Resume Writing
  • Pirate Mentor Program with Access to Extensive Network of Thousands of Seton Hall Alumni

Visit The Career Center’s Event Page for more information and a schedule for:

  • Seminars
  • Career Fairs
  • Resume Writing Workshops
  • Networking Forums
  • Interview Clinics

The Career Center at Seton Hall University
Bayley Hall, Suite 209
(973) 761-9355
E-mail: careers@shu.edu

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