Plan • To • Succeed
The mission of the McKendree University Career Services Office is to:
• Give our students the opportunity to become actively involved in developing their career by providing a variety of training activities, programs, and services that support the goals of our students and McKendree University.
• Encourage students to take initiative and be active in developing their career, using Career Services to help guide them towards success in a career and our society as a whole.
• Help students understand that developing a career path is truly a life-long process.
Graduates from McKendree University work in a variety of settings after graduation, including large corporations, small businesses, schools, hospitals, government agencies, and non-profit organizations, among others. The Career Outcomes Rate for the Class of 2015 is 96% for undergraduates and 100% for graduates, as determined through a survey that is distributed to all students before and after graduation. The survey results also found that 18% of undergraduate and 3% of graduate students immediately continued their education by going on to graduate and professional schools in law, business, medicine, psychology, sociology, and communication, among others. All results are based on those who replied to the survey. Our knowledge rate for 2015 undergraduates is 80% and for graduates is 85%.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Clark Hall, Room 103
Telephone: (618) 537-6806
Meet the Staff
* Career Services at McKendree University maintains this web site as a service to
McKendree University students and alumni for their career development and employment
seeking efforts. The presence of web resources, companies, and job announcements on
this web site does not indicate an endorsement or recommendation from McKendree University
or McKendree University Career Services. Due to the volume of job postings, Career
Services is unable to research the integrity of each organization. It is the responsibility
of each job seeker to research the integrity of the organization(s) to which she/he
is applying. Job seekers should take responsibility for all necessary precautions
when interviewing for and accepting these positions and job seekers are solely responsible
for obtaining necessary information concerning the employer. The job seeker should
use common sense and caution when applying for any position. Job seekers who discover
any misuse or abuse of this web site are encouraged to report the matter to Career
Services as soon as possible.
**Career Services offers services and designs programs to prepare students and alumni to pursue employment, but does not guarantee employment.