Open House: Thursday, April 20th from 10:00am -7:00pm.
Our Career Services team is excited to partner with you on achieving your career goals! Most of our Career Services staff have prior employment agency experience. This level of experience allows them to offer you a more accurate perspective and deeper insight into your employment pursuits.
While attending classes, we invite you to stop by our offices regarding the following:
At Swedish Institute, we take a proactive and personalized approach to Career Services, staying engaged with our students throughout their journey and connecting our graduates with companies and organizations seeking exceptional candidates. Our quality educational programs and relationships with employers lead to placement success, as well as key insights into industry trends, news, information, and opportunities that we can then share with our students and graduates.
Now That You are Graduating – Now What?
Congratulations on earning your Swedish Institute degree or certificate! You’ve taken a big step and now you’ve got plenty of options to consider. Now is the time to utilize the skills acquired while attending college working with career services to begin your career search.
Career Services will help you find a position that matches your degree, certificate and professional goals. Contact us today and set up an appointment. You can also begin your search on https://online.swedishinstitute.edu/alumni, or attend a career fair on campus.
Our dedication to our students doesn’t end at graduation. We offer a comprehensive Alumni Network (our Alumni Network website, our practitioner directory, social media, alumni community events, forums, reunions, and celebrations) designed to support our graduates and keep them connected to the college and each other.
Upon graduation, you will become part of the Swedish Institute Alumni. Alumni networking events at the college can help you meet other Swedish Institute graduates. Keep connected to our college. Connect with us on Facebook!
As you make your way through the professional world, it is important to review your social media accounts. Identify what information you are making public on your Facebook page and Twitter feed. Understand that future employers and co-workers can see this information as well. Decide which information you want to share with the outside world. Many companies will get their first impression of you by looking at your social media pages.
“We care about our students and want to see them succeed. We match the perfect person with the right employer.”
Richard Gardner, Director of Career Services
Our boot camps provide students with a competitive edge, helping them successfully pass their certification exams.
We prepare students to handle any interview situation, and offer insights into professional dress and conduct.
We work with each student, guiding them to showcase what differentiates them from other candidates.
More than 5,000 top employers turn to us when seeking highly prepared, passionate, and motivated graduates.