The John P. Fahey Career Center is an integral part of the EDGE and provides students with opportunities to develop relationships with employers and alumni, as well as career counseling and job/internship guidance and assistance. Creighton faculty, staff and administrators are also engaged to provide programming and assistance with graduate and professional school options and planning.
Career and Major Exploration
The Career Center is designed to assist students from the beginning of academic pursuit straight through to graduation. Career Counselors are available for appointments to meet with students on an individual basis in one convenient location. Students are strongly urged to take advantage of services early in their academic careers, and can obtain assistance with clarifying career goals and options, assessments, and choosing or changing majors/minors.
The Career Center sponsors a number of workshops and seminars on resume writing, interviewing techniques, job/internship strategies, and graduate/professional school preparation. Career Fairs are offered in the fall and spring that provide students the opportunity to network with more than 200 representatives from business, nonprofit, government and graduate/professional schools.
The Career Center maintains information and listings for local, regional, and national internships. Students are encouraged to contact the office regarding the application process and specific qualifications. All internships are listed online through Jobs4Jays.
The Career Center provides information about local, regional, and national employment opportunities, industry profiles and trends, information about specific companies, as well as access to Jobs4Jays, a comprehensive database of jobs and internships. The various functions run through Jobs4Jays also include the On-Campus Interviewing Program and the Resume Referral System.
For more information, please call or visit the John P. Fahey Career Center in Harper Suite 2015 and visit our website at creighton.edu/careercenter.