Experiential Education & Career Services

Experiential Education & Career Services (EE&CS) supports the university’s mission to maximize student potential by further enriching our academic programs with experiential and work-integrated learning. EE&CS achieves this purpose through a team of qualified career professionals by providing an array of career services and strategic partnerships with employers, faculty and staff. The goal is to empower students to make effective career choices and identify and pursue internships, secure employment and navigate lifelong career direction.

EE&CS components include

  • online career advising resources on a variety of topics such as résumé and cover letter development, interviewing tips and guidebooks, and networking techniques

  • online job postings by employers who are looking to hire students for part- and full-time jobs as well as internships

  • on-campus recruiting events for students located near JWU's two campuses (Providence and Charlotte)

  • internship opportunities, which is an option in most online programs. Internship is designed to provide eligible students with practical work experience in their chosen field of study while they earn academic credit for the experience.

Note: The EE&CS department does not guarantee employment.

Students are encouraged to contact the EE&CS offices for more details. For locations, hours and contact information, please consult the JWU Directory.​