Programs & Opportunities
From building a resume to landing an internship to getting into graduate school or finding a great first job, our 16 career coaches and industry experts at the Knowlton Center are there every step of the way.
100+ on-campus career programs
$600,000+ for internship stipends
16 career coaches and over 3,300+ personal coaching sessions per year
Recruiters from Business, Technology, Healthcare, Finance and more!
Personalized Career Coaching
There are lots of opportunities for your career coach to get to know you! Get personalized career advice in 1:1 appointments, or participate in workshops to learn interview skills, resume-writing, and LinkedIn best practices, to name a few.
Career Readiness Boot Camp
Over the course of three days, you’ll master career basics, explore industries and career paths, network with Denison alumni and professionals, fine tune your interviewing skills, and much more.
Unsure what you want to do after college? You're not alone! In the Journey program, you will reflect on the kind of work that is fulfilling and determine what success means to you.
Seven unique communities provide industry knowledge, internship and job postings, resources, events and opportunities, connections with professionals, and more.
Ed Studies Resume Session
Career connections across campus
Students can participate in on-campus employer recruiting programs and they can connect directly with employers, and learn about internship opportunities. Students can also get information about their professional interests through on-campus informational sessions, interviews, trips, and networking opportunities across the US.
Denison provides career liaisons and career exploration and outcome programming to our faculty to help students articulate the workplace relevance of their coursework experience.
Land the Life-changing Internship
Set your internship goals — what you want to learn, achieve, and contribute.
The Denison Difference
We call it “the Denison Difference.”
At Denison, you get a liberal arts education, plus pragmatic skills for the workplace. Employers want people who can assess a situation, ask probing questions, research the issue and propose solutions. They also want you to know how to master an excel sheet, manage a meeting, and budget your time. Students in every major learn these critical skills. It’s our secret sauce, and we’ve got the data to prove it.