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Welcome to the Career Development Center!



To make an appointment, please call the office M-F, 8am-noon or 1- 5pm. Drop in time, 3:00-4:30 pm M-F, starts Tuesday. Feel free to drop by to get a quick question answered. Drop ins are approximately 10 minutes in length.

Check out JobStop!

  • Sign up for an on-campus job interviews
  • Search for internships, jobs, and volunteer opportunities
  • Register for career related events
  • Practice video mock interviews through the InterviewStream button...and more!
Get drafted by America’s leading sports league! The National Football League would like to inform students about opportunities in our league offices. They are currently recruiting for the 2015 Junior Rotational Program. The Junior Rotational Program is an entry-level program for students graduating in the 2014 to 2015 school year. Hurry and apply now because the deadline for submissions is Friday, September 26th. For more information and to apply, visit the NFL League Employment site at and search for requisition #1167. Internship opportunities will be available in the coming months too! Stay tuned for upcoming summer internship opportunities at the NFL League office and year-round opportunities at NFL Films on!

Kentwood Public Schools (5820 Eastern Avenue in Kentwood) is once again looking for substitute teachers for the 2014-15 school year. Register during one of the following times:

  • Tuesday, September 16 at 7 pm
  • Monday, September 22 at 8 AM

Please bring with you:

  • Transcripts that show you have 90 credit hours or more
  • Driver's license, social security card or birth certificate
  • Voided check to set up direct deposit

JET Program Information Session on Thursday, September 25, at Grand Valley’s Allendale campus (Kirkoff Center 2266) noon to 1 pm. The JET (Japan Exchange & Teaching) Program may be of interest to those graduating in the next year or two, particularly those with an interest in Japan or in teaching English as a Second Language. The primary requirement is a bachelor’s degree; otherwise, the job is open to native English speakers of all academic backgrounds. Teacher training is provided by the program; no knowledge of Japanese is necessary at all.


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