"Whatever you do,whatever your task may be, work from the soul that is, put in your very best effort, as something done for the Lord and not for men" -Colossians 3:23 (AMP)
Pursuing What's Next
It's where meaning meets major and mission meets marketplace. It's about understanding what makes you tick, what you're drawn to, and discovering how to use the things that God made you good at. It starts with a conversation.
Appointments are available to all current Westmont students and alumni free of charge.
It's an evocative word that sparks equal parts exhilaration and trepidation. You are strapped into the capsule of a rocket, you hear the countdown and your pulse starts racing, and then you're pinned to the back of your seat as the engines' thrust hurls you skyward towards what lies ahead.
Use your time at Westmont to dig deep, forge lifelong friendships, and lean on your professors and our team to help you build a rock-solid launch pad routed in your faith and authentic confidence.
Like an astronaut, preparing for your professional or academic life after Westmont requires a solid launch pan, an initial flight path to help you get where you're going, an a launch crew that's got your back.
Think of us as your Personal Launch Crew.
Building Your Launch Pad
Know Your Story
Understand the "why" behind what you're drawn to and what you're good at.
Shape Your Story
Explore majors and careers with a career professional.
Tell Your Story
Communicate authentically through your resume, LinkedIn profile and interviews.
Live Your Story
Relax. Finding God's will in the workplace is easier than you think.
Westmont alums launch well with 96.6% of graduates employed or pursuing a graduate degree within six months of graduation.
Internships are a great way to "test drive" a career. Students are encouraged to pursue internships during their sophomore through senior years. Many internships can be completed for academic credit including summer internships. Click here to visit the Student Employment page
Employers On Campus
Each year we bring dozens of employers onto campus. It's a great chance for you to ask questions and explore careers and companies.