Student and Alumni Services


Through Medaille's Career Planning Center a range of services are available to help you clarify your interests and skills, learn about career options and find work that is meaningful and satisfying for you.

Assessment instruments can help narrow down your options into one or two areas of strong interest. This service is free to Medaille students and is strongly encouraged for undeclared or students changing majors.

Assessment Instruments

  • TypefocusTypefocus™ Careers
    This web site assesses your personality type and uses it to create five personalized reports. Requires a password from the Career Planning Center. More information >>
  • Strong Interest Inventory
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

What Can I Do with a Major in...?

Reviewing job titles associated with academic majors can be helpful for those students who are still in the decision stage.This link offers job titles, industries employing the major, strategies for successful entry as well as a host of links helpful for career exploration as well as the job search.

Job Search Workshops

Each semester job search workshops are offered during the 12:00 p.m. lunch break and 5:00 p.m. dinner break. Fifty minutes in length, they offer a wealth of information regarding your upcoming internship or job-search.

Graduate School

Our guide to graduate schools will get you started as you look for advanced study options.

Employment Opportunities

Through College Central's customized site for Medaille College, students, alumni and employers can connect for job opportunities, locally and nationally.

Events Calendar

The Career Planning Events Calendar at Medaille highlights various activities scheduled to assist your job search.

Career/ Job Fairs

Each year along with other local colleges and universities, job fairs are held to assist students and alumni network with employers. Students who should attend these events include:

  • All Seniors
  • Students Interested in Internships
  • Job Searching Alumni
  • Students Seeking Career Information

Credential Files

Are required for all education majors seeking employment in the U.S.Students may submit letters of recommendations from faculty, internship supervisors, and employers to be housed in the Career Planning Center and then mailed to potential employers at your request. Download the credential file packet PDF.

Contact Career Planning

Carol Cullinan, Director

Kimberly A. Partyka, Secretary

Career Planning
Medaille College
18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, New York 14214
(716) 880-2210


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