Career Services is committed to empowering students and alumni as they make meaningful connections with and contributions to the world in the career development process. To achieve this mission, we work in cooperation with:
Career Services fosters student awareness of career development as a lifelong and dynamic process. We provide opportunities for occupational exploration, self-assessment and preparation for attaining short and long-term goals through comprehensive services, programs, resources and experiential education. Our goal is to help students discover, appreciate, develop and apply the unique combination of interests, talents, experiences and values that they possess.
Recognizing that career planning and development is a lifelong process, Career Services helps alumni continue to make informed decisions regarding occupational choices and life transitions. Alumni also have the opportunity to enhance the career development of others through participation in various programs.
Career Services collaborates with employers, volunteer representatives and graduate and professional school officers through educational and recruitment programs. These relationships enable us to remain current on employment trends and practices, to share this information with current students, alumni and the campus community and to educate our professional partners about the value of a liberal arts education.
We're here to help your son or daughter succeed by fostering student awareness of career development as a lifelong and dynamic process. We provide opportunities for self-assessment, career exploration and preparation for attaining short and long-term goals through comprehensive services, programs, resources and experiential education.
In order to facilitate our mission, the Career Services Office is committed to the following:
- Provide Services: Assist with
occupational exploration, self-assessment, career development and job
search for students and alumni. Currently enrolled St. Norbert College
students and St. Norbert College alumni are eligible to use our
- Access of Information: Provide access to comprehensive services, programs, resources, career opportunities and a variety of employers.
- Provide Reasonable Accommodations:
Students with documented disabilities are entitled to reasonable
accommodations. Reasonable accommodations are modifications or
adjustments to either the College environment or to academic processes
which make it possible for students with disabilities to perform the
functions necessary for fulfillment of College degree requirements.
Reasonable accommodations include neither those which require
significant difficulty or expense for the College nor personal items,
such as eyeglasses.
- Confidentiality: Exercise sound judgment and fairness in maintaining confidentiality.
- E-Mail Confidentiality: The
Career Services staff regards e-mail as an appropriate medium for
requesting general job search information or details regarding career
counseling services or programs. Confidentiality is essential to the
integrity of the advising/counseling process, and while we will do our
best to keep your messages private, we cannot guarantee that the
contents of your e-mail will remain confidential. We encourage you to
- Student Advocacy: Respond to employer EEO non-compliance concerns and unethical behavior.
- Non-Discrimination: St. Norbert
College does not discriminate on the basis of age, citizenship, color,
disability, marital status, national origin, religion, or sex in matters
of educational programs, activities, or employment policies. The
College adheres to federal and State Laws including Title IX of the
Educational Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Vocational
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended. The Affirmative Action Officer,
Officer of Human Resources, is at 920-403-3211. The St. Norbert College
Section 504 coordinator, in compliance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, is the Director of Academic Support Services
- Professional Practice: The Career Services staff is committed to upholding the Principles for Professional Practice as outlined by NACE in regards to career planning and recruitment.