Being prepared is key to a successful career, and our liberal arts majors do just that. Rather than focus on specific skill sets that will expire as the world changes, we teach you the core foundations of thought, speech and research that will allow you to adapt to an ever changing world market. The best and brightest prepare and think about the future, not just what is needed in the now.
In the summer of 2011, more than 150 Hanover students interned or worked in hospitals, not-for-profit agencies, environmental organizations, camps, government agencies, economic development organizations, museums, theatres and other organizations in Indiana, across the U.S., and internationally. These experiences are related to their majors and teach them the kind of skills that will enhance their career opportunities after graduation.
The Hanover College Career Center will help you integrate your liberal arts education with your vocational identity and with the demands of the workplace. In partnership with faculty, staff and alumni, the Center provides you with a means of exploring specific career options and of broadening your vision of the world and its needs.
We offer career counseling, resume assistance, grad school guidance, job fairs and listings, alumni support and extensive career resources. Additionally, the Career Center coordinates an on-campus recruiting program targeted at job and internship seekers.
Learn more by visiting careercenter.hanover.edu.
Located on the top floor of the Brown Campus Center, the Career Center is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Business Scholars Program
As a business scholar, you'll develop keen analytical skills and gain extensive problem-solving experience in and out of the classroom. Your classes will cover such diverse business topics as marketing and economics, and combined with a project-based internship, you'll have all the tools you need to conquer your career goals and dreams.
Learn more at http://business.hanover.edu.