The Office for Career Development
Mathematics Major with Economics and History minors Senior
Financial Adviser Internship
I think that it can not be understated how valuable our alumni network is
Biochemistry and Molecular Cell Biology Junior
REU Research Student
It’s never too early to start building a resume! Take every opportunity you can to participate in career-orientated opportunities.
Kailyn Rae Nelson
Electronic Arts and Psychology Senior
Graphic Design Intern
LVSYS Web + Software
Keep asking questions and seeking opportunities for yourself. Don't stress yourself out, but also don't get lazy and think just having classes and one part-time job on-campus (< 10 hours) is going to prepare you for your career. Also, make yourself dependable. Don't count on someone else to prepare your path (completely) for you; forge your own way!
Psychology and Sociology Senior
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assult Advocate
Don't let your nerves get the best of you - send that email, ask those questions, submit the application!
Yamhill Community Care Organization (YCCO)
Always try to step out from your comfort zone! You might find something incredible out there! Also, don't afraid to present yourself!
Physical Education with Sports Management minor Senior
Physical Education Teacher Education
Network with as many people as possible. You never know who has connections to your dream job.
Exercise Science Senior
Walt Disney World
Apply even if it has nothing to do with your major, it can give you skills that can help in any future job
Business Management with Communication Arts minor Senior
Bespoke Event Group
Tell people about what you want to do because you never know who will have what connections and people always like to help students find things they're interested in.
Mass Communication & Communication Arts Junior
Organizational Effectiveness Intern
Success requires a strong support system. Career Development is that for me!
Grades are important, but extracurricular activities (such as internships, research and volunteering) will make you stand out from a large pool of applicants.
Biology/Chemistry minor Senior
School of Dentistry
University of Washington
I would strongly recommend anyone applying for graduate school to work with their professors and mentors within their department. Also, definitely reach out to the career center for help with resumes and interview practice because it is such a great resource for students that will only help them achieve their goals for graduate school and beyond.
Summer Tax/Audit Intern
Start exploring summer internships in the fall. Many companies will close their internship applications by the 1st of the year and so it is important to research early
Linfield College, Melrose 010
Career Development empowers students to explore, connect, and experience — leading to life-long career success.
- Explore career possibilities
- Discover your purpose
- Connect students to recruiters, alumni, and graduate schools
- Experience applied career opportunities
- Succeed in your life after Linfield
- April 18th: Lunch on Us: Law School,12:00pm-1:00pm, Dillin Dining Hall
- April 26th: Lunch on Us: Earth Week,12:00pm-1:00pm, Dillin Dining Hall
- May 2nd: Tech Bytes: Humanity in Technology, 4:00pm-6:00pm, ICE Auditorium
- May 8th: First Federal Internship Banquet, 6:00pm-8:00pm, Jonasson Hall
Services We Provide:
Career counseling, job search support, internship resources, résumé and cover letter review, advice on choosing a major, grad school resources, mock interviews, salary negotiation tips, a “marketing yourself” consultation, and more!
Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Connect With Us:
Phone: (503) 883-2733
Linfield College Career Development
900 SE Baker Street
McMinnville, OR 97128