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Please read before contacting mentors in the W&J CCN Mentoring Network.

When preparing to contact the Alumni Mentors in the W&J CCN, we encourage professionally written messages that are grammatically correct. Construct a succinct message with a reference to the W&J mentoring network in the message. Use formal salutations and closings and show appreciation for his/her time and willingness to be a resource for your career growth.

Note: As it is important to make a positive first impression; please keep in mind that Career Services and your faculty advisors will be great resources for reviewing drafts of your communications.

A sample message might be something like:

Dear Dr. Bilsky,

I read your bio in the W&J CCN Mentoring Network and as a current junior majoring in English, I was wondering if you would be willing to speak with me about your experience as a graduate student at Stanford. I am preparing my own graduate school applications and welcome any advice you might have for me.

Thank you so much for your time and I appreciate your willingness to be a resource for W&J students.


Jane Doe, W&J ‘16
Writer, W&J Red & Black

Or an alternative:

Dear Mr. Van Cleve,

As a W&J student majoring in Business Administration, I am thinking about the sales field as a career direction. After reading your career information in the W&J CCN Mentoring Network, I am very interested in learning more about your work in the field. Would you be willing to speak with me about your work as a Sales Director in a technical field? Any advice you have will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much.

Best regards,

John Doe, W&J ‘15
Business Administration
Vice-President, Young Entrepreneur Society

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Columbia's recently re-designed M.A. program in Modern European Studies allows students to take any of Columbia's courses related to modern European topics in Arts and Sciences, the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), and the Law School. We also offer financial aid to competitive applicants and financial support to conduct research in Europe.

The program can be completed in 12 months. Students are invited to design their own programs of study in two concentrations: the social sciences or the humanities. We provide students with one-on-one support and advising to help them make the most of their time at Columbia.

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SOAS University of London offers masters degrees in globalization and multinational corporations, international studies and diplomacy, and global energy and climate policy. The university offers postgraduate degrees in global diplomacy and research degrees in global diplomacy.

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Dates range between June 1 - July 31

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To meet the increasing need of English instructors in Korean elementary and secondary schools, the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has been sponsoring two recruiting programs. English Program in Korea(EPIK) offers qualified university graduates the opportunity to experience Korean culture as well as to build a creer in the teaching profession. Teach and Learn in Korea(TaLK) program invites current college or university students who have completed two or more years of education to teach English in after-school classes of elementary schools in rural areas of Korea.

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Learn, focus, and develop skills necessary for work in the nonprofit,for-profit, or public sectors.

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The second annual Social Entrepreneurship Institute will be held on Friday, December 5, 2014, at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Connecticut. Presented annually by Unite For Sight, the Social Entrepreneurship Institute provides mentoring, guidance, and successful strategies for participants to apply to their work in global health, social entrepreneurship, and international development. In addition to unique interactive sessions by leaders in global health and social entrepreneurship, the Institute also includes lunch and dinner networking receptions with the speakers. Space is limited, and early registration is encouraged. A very reduced early bird registration rate is available through October 31.

Presentation opportunity: Those who register by October may apply by November 1 to give a presentation and to engage on the Shubert Theater stage in a conversation with the expert speaker panelists.

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A two-year/part time option is also available.

The Bard College Master of Arts in Teaching Program is accepting applications
for our 2015-16 academic year: Deadline: April 30th. Scholarships available.

Degree and Certification Areas:
History/ Social Studies
Literature/ English
A major in one of these areas is not necessary to be considered for acceptance. Transcript reviews are strongly recommended for non-majors.

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Career Opportunities for Education, Arts & Sciences Majors

Southern Teachers Agency has helped great schools hire great teachers since 1902. We recruit top talent from college schools of education, teacher-training programs, and—what many folks may not realize—from wide-ranging academic departments. We seek top scholars and student-athletes who are called to lead, to connect with teenagers, to help children.

At K-12 private/independent schools, elementary teachers must hold degrees and licensure in elementary education. Requirements for middle and high school teachers are frequently more flexible at private schools. For example, science majors (and even science minors!) may teach science. Spanish majors teach Spanish. Simply put, completing a teacher certification program or earning a degree in secondary education is not a hiring prerequisite.

Teaching at private/independent schools means building close relationships in small classes, innovating and collaborating, inspiring discovery, focusing on learning—not on test taking. School communities include dedicated faculty, supportive alumni, and devoted parents who invest time and tuition to prepare children for college and for lives of leadership and service to others.

STA can help your top students get these great teaching jobs!

STA’s reputation is outstanding. Schools in the South have hired more candidates from STA than from any other source. Their trust in our expertise and integrity has sustained us since 1902.

STA’s reach is expansive. While we are a regional company, we receive thousands of job listings from nearly 600 schools in 16 states, from the Middle Atlantic south to Florida and west to Texas.

STA’s staff is excellent. Placement counselors provide personal attention in assembling credentials files, preparing for interviews, and discerning job opportunities.

STA’s Recruitment Fairs let candidates advocate for themselves to a host of prospective school employers.

STA’s services are free to candidates. Schools pay for our services—because they want the best.

2015 Recruitment Fairs
Math Masters (STA Virtual Fair for Math Teachers) Thursday, January 29

Science Stars (STA Virtual Fair for Science Teachers) Thursday, February 5

Charlottesville Teachers Fair, Saturday, February 14

Texas Roundup (STA Virtual Fair for Texas Independent Schools) Thursday, March 12

Florida's Finest (STA Virtual Fair for Florida Independent Schools) Thursday, March 19

Best of the South, Atlanta, Saturday, March 28
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The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is now hiring in a variety of positions

Apply Directly for a job by going to and going to the "Careers at UPMC" tab. Search the database for job opportunities by keyword/job title, hospital/business unit, location, and/or position status, or by typing in the job opening ID (if known)

The James Madison Fellowship, a federal program, offers pre-service (as well as in-service) teachers of government and history up to $24,000 to complete a Master’s degree in fields related to the U.S. Constitution. The program has awarded 1200 fellowships since its inception in 1992.
Junior Fellows (those who have not yet taught) have two years to complete full-time graduate studies at any accredited college or university in the country. In the past two decades, fellows have matriculated at nearly 400 colleges and universities around the nation.
After receiving their degree, Junior Fellows are required to teach in a secondary school for at least two years. I am pleased to report, however, that the majority of our Junior Fellows choose to pursue career in teaching. To date, over 2 million secondary students in all 50 states have been taught by James Madison Fellows.
The fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis, but candidates only compete with candidates from within each state – not on a nation-wide basis. Our goal is to award at least one James Madison Fellowship per year per state. Full details of the fellowship as well as applications are available at the Madison Foundation’s website, Applications are due each year on March 1.

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About Our Services

You must register with CCN to use our services. Once registered, you may:

  • Search for jobs posted exclusively to Washington & Jefferson College; search the Jobs Central® national job board and the Intern Central® national internship board.
  • Upload a résumé file to Resume Central® so it can be searched by employers (if you so authorize). Your résumé will be reviewed by our office and must be approved before it can be sent to employers or submitted online to posted jobs.
  • Build an online portfolio in Career Portfolio Central® to support your résumé and demonstrate your best work to employers.
  • Review your job search history. Report offers/hires.
  • Receive emails about programs, services and job-related topics.
  • Gain access to announcements, upcoming events, career advice documents, career advice videos, podcasts, and career articles from over 125 authors.
  • Search our Mentoring Network to find profiles of people who work in your fields of interest and contact them online. After you register, you must obtain our school password in order to search the profiles.
  • Our aim is to support the Washington & Jefferson College mission to graduate men and women of uncommon integrity, competence, and maturity who are effective lifelong learners and responsible citizens, and who are prepared to contribute substantially to the world in which they live. The Career Services office is committed to helping students determine and pursue their career goals. This is achieved through the services that we offer, including:
  • Job search preparation
  • Career assessment tools
  • One-on-one career counseling
  • Career library
  • Internships
  • Graduate school assistance
  • Job and internship fairs
  • On-campus recruitment
  • Workshops
  • Many online resources