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New at CSE: Academic coaches aid students in exploring academic and future career options

ACE director Brad Bergeron conducts an ACE session via Zoom in his office at the Center for Student Excellence. Students who are no longer freshmen and do not have a freshman advisor can utilize the CSE’s Academic & Career Exploration program for help in deciding on a major as well as exploring future career options.

Brynn Lundy, Staff Reporter

September 1, 2020

The Center for Student Excellence is offering “Academic & Career Exploration,” a new service designed to assist and support students who no longer have freshman advisors through their academic journeys and their career searches. Referred to as ACE, the services began in Spring 2020, but the pandemic, in addit...

Students pursue jobs after graduation

Kim Readlinger, career counselor for the Office of Career Services, talks to students about the importance of being prepared for post-graduation opportunities. Students, alumni and professors may find that getting into the job market takes hard work.

Johnathan Zeringue, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2019

Finding a job after earning a college degree can require patience and preparation. Victor Betancourt, a senior art major, found it is necessary for graduates to weigh all their options before choosing the job that is the best fit for them. “I did an internship in New Orleans, and I was offered a p...