If you’ve earned a degree or teaching certificate from Barton, you’re eligible for free professional guidance and support from Barton’s Career Planning office.
Individualized Career Advising
We’ll discuss your career interests and concerns, and help you establish career plans.
Graduate and Professional School Information
If you’re considering graduate education, you’ll find a host of program catalogs as well as information on various admissions tests, such as the GRE, GMAT, MAT, LSAT, PCAT, and the MCAT.
As a registered alumnus, you’ll be able to interview with the representatives from the many companies and nonprofit organizations who regularly visit the campus.
You have access to internship and job postings sent to us by organizations interested in hiring Barton students and graduates, as well as access to opportunities posted to multiple colleges and universities through Handshake, our online career management system. These postings cover everything from full-time, government, part-time, internship, and international.
Career and Job Fairs
Representatives from a variety of companies and organizations come to campus to provide career information and to discuss job and internship opportunities. We also hold special fairs for nursing, business, education and social work/human services majors.
Career Development Workshops
We schedule career development workshops throughout the academic year that teach resume writing, interviewing, job search strategies, and applying for graduate or professional school.
Get a critique of your resume from the Office of Career Planning.
Strengthen your interviewing skills with a mock interview and evaluation.