Career Planning and Development Center: Faculty
Just because our office is named "Career Planning & Development Center" doesn't mean it's the only place students will seek advice about their career development. We're here to support you in connecting classroom learning to the world of work, creating customized presentations and programs for your academic department, and providing resources that address basic career development concerns in advising meetings.
Each school and college has an assigned Career Advisor to act as a liaison to you and your students. Contact your school's Career Advisor to discuss partnerships and resources for your students.
This online resource center contains information on a variety of career development topics. Access eResources during advising meetings to view guides, links, and videos related to your students' questions.
Career Advising Appointments
Refer individual students to meet with a Career Advisor. Appointments allow students to discuss their concerns in depth with skilled career development professionals. Action plans are created to provide students with tangible goals and accountability check points.
Gorlok Career Link for Faculty
Gorlok Career Link isn't just for students! Experience the system by creating a student account and identifying jobs and resources available to your students. Gorlok Career Link also provides career-related event information and opportunities to research and connect to employers. When signing up for your student account, choose “Faculty/Staff” under the “Applicant Type” category. For other required fields, complete the information as best as possible.
Employer partnerships are created for many purposes at a university. Of course, employers can hire our students, but they can also participate in events, speak to classes, provide information for curriculum development and review, and serve on advisory boards.
Help your students with a multitude of career development topics by having a Career Advisor speak to your class. Whether you would like a presentation for five minutes or an entire class period, a tailored approach can be created for your students. To request a CPDC speaker, please submit an Educational Program Request Form.
The CPDC is happy to co-sponsor programs with academic departments. Past programs have included alumni panels and networking events.
Outcomes Survey Information
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Career Planning & Development Center
568 Garden Avenue | St. Louis, MO 63119
314-968-6982 (Toll Free: 800-981-9805)
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Spring 2017 Walk-In Hours
Walk-In Hours are available when undergraduate classes are in session.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays:
Learn about topics you can discuss during your 10-15 minute meeting.