Your call to graduate education may be for personal enrichment, but if you’re like most people you also hope to advance your career.
Northwestern’s Center for Calling & Career is a valuable resource that provides expert help to explore your calling, learn about internships, future jobs, advanced study opportunities and more.
Visit the Center for Calling & Career in Nazareth Hall (4th Floor) or online at unwsp.edu/career.
What’s driving you?
One of the best ways to advance your career is to build your education around your passions. A student in our Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) program, is driven to help her autistic son—and others—to live successful lives:
“My professor knows my passion for autism—I talk about it all the time! One of the reasons I’m getting my MOL is to build my leadership skills so that I can start a Hmong support group for families who have children on the [autism] spectrum.”
Dao, Master of Organizational Leadership
The best career counselor
The best career advancement strategy, according to one student, is to listen to God. The mother of nine plans to continue her education after her master’s degree so she can teach in higher education. She is passionate about the importance of letting God set your course:
“Following God’s leading is the most important thing. I have so much still to learn and grow, but I love to teach. As a mother, I’m always planning for something. I’m learning to be obedient. It’s okay to say I don’t understand this, but I’m going to do it anyway.”
Melissa, Master of Arts in Theological Studies
Center for Calling & Career
University of Northwestern – St. Paul