Information For Faculty & Advisors

2009_Faculty_on GraduationAnthropology to art history. Psychology to business. Our own undergraduate studies covered a variety of subjects, and our staff members value the role that a liberal arts education has had in each of our lives. We celebrate and respect your role in students' career exploration and decision-making process, and we hope to partner with you on behalf of Sewanee students.


You help students when you:

  • spend time with them as they explore career ideas
  • provide summer research fellowship opportunities to them (funding from Sewanee is available)
  • offer to connect them with your former majors or team members who are working in an area they would like to explore
  • advise them on appropriate graduate programs
  • inform our office of research programs, internship or job listings sent directly to you
  • recommend that they engage with our office
  • write strong letters of recommendation for graduate school or jobs

We help students:

  • discover their strengths
  • explore potential majors
  • explore careers and pursue specific internships and jobs
  • learn career skills through workshops, individual appointments and other opportunities
  • gain real-world job experience through our strong internship program
  • connect with the extensive Sewanee network of alumni and parents
  • discover the tools needed to apply to graduate or professional school

Additional Resources

Current Students


Parents & Families

Prospective Students

Alumni & Friends

Faculty & Advisors

How Do I?

Prepare a Resumé or a CV

Write a Cover Letter

Create a Reference List

Succeed in an Interview

Apply to Graduate School

Choose a Major

Develop a Network

Develop Leadership Skills

Explore Careers

Get Started

Develop Career Competencies

Sewanee Career Center

43 Texas Ave Sewanee, TN 37375
(931) 598-1121 |

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