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The Center for Career Advancement has resources to help you launch your career, from exploring your interests to landing your first job.

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Where We Are

101 Botany Building, next to Taylor Hall along 7th Street.

What We Do

The Center for Career Advancement can help you refine your job search through career counseling, workshops and career assessment tests. We connect you with externship and internship opportunities to help you test the waters and gain important real-world experience.

During the academic year, we are open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Summer hours are weekdays from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.

Make an Appointment

The Center for Career Advancement will be offering remote career coaching and advising appointments for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. 

To make an appointment please visit this page (myBucknell login required).

Search for Jobs and Internships

Search job and internship listings, company and industry information and a complete calendar of events. You can also upload résumés and cover letters, save preferences for job listing alerts and apply for opportunities.

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Career Resources

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    Bucknell Internship Programs


    Bucknell offers on- and off-campus internships, including options that give you hands-on working experience, networking and class credit.

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    Winter Break Externships


    Bucknell's externship program provides interested sophomores with unpaid, non-credit, short-term shadowing experiences in a wide variety of career and industry areas.

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    Bucknell Subscriptions

    Online Resources

    The Center for Career Advancement subscribes to a number of valuable resources which are available only to Bucknellians. Login to myBucknell to access resources to help you learn about possible careers, explore different industries, and research and pursue full-time or internship positions with specific organizations.

Center for Career Advancement


101 Botany Building