My Colby-Sawyer Experience

“The work load increased the second year, which made the class more difficult than expected, but we all made it through.”
Kayt Racz, Communication Studies


Welcome to the Harrington Center for Career and Academic Advising!

Location: Susan Colgate Cleveland Library Learning Center, 2nd Floor, Rooms 505 and 507
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Walk-in Hours: Monday-Thursday 1:00pm-4:00pm
Staff: Kathy Taylor, Director
Jennifer Tockman, Internship Coordinator

Mission
The Harrington Center for Career and Academic Advising, an integrated professional development collaborative, provides academic and career-related opportunities and services to the Colby-Sawyer community. These opportunities and services are designed to encourage intentional decision-making, develop professional skills, promote life-long learning and teach global citizenship through experiential learning, self-understanding and personal reflection.

Resources
The Harrington Center is your resource for Academic Advising, Career Development, and Internships. The services provided by the Harrington Center align with the college's strategic themes: Engaged Learning, Living Sustainably, Linking to the World and Dynamic Devotion to Excellence. Our programs and services engage students in self-understanding and skill development related to academic and career choices, they link students to the world through internships and demonstrate excellence through the success of our graduates.

Fast Facts
Over a five year period 97% of our graduates are employed or attending graduate school within six months after commencement. Of those students 84% are working in positions related to their majors. One reason for our graduates' success is the internship program and the requirement that students complete at least one internship or field experience in order to graduate. In a five year average 37% of Colby-Sawyer graduates are hired by their internship sites. Go to our Five-Year Comparison Report of Graduate Data for more information.

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