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Open Monday - Thursday from 11am - 1pm located in APEX Red Square.


Find resources and opportunities within the International industry.

Work that can be done domestically or overseas and encompasses many different areas in the public, private and non-profit sectors.

What Is a Data Scientist and What Do They Do?

A data scientist spends most of their time predicting the future. But they don’t use a crystal ball. Instead, they analyze historical data to create a predictive model that helps businesses make mission-critical decisions.

In this guide, we cover:

What …

By Rachel Pelta - Forage
Showcase your skills. Find your career fit.
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What Can You Do With an Anthropology Degree? 9 Jobs to Consider

When you’re choosing a degree, you want to make sure whatever you decide to study will set you up for a variety of job opportunities when you graduate. And one sometimes-overlooked major that delivers on that promise is anthropology.

Anthropology …

By Deanna deBara - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Featured Mentors

  • Assistant Director of Volunteer Engagement The College of Wooster
  • Immigration Law Extern Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland
  • Research Coordinator Aga Khan Development Network
  • Program Officer - Center for Health Information, Monitoring and Evaluation JSI | John Snow, Inc.
  • Partner Keller and Heckman LLP
  • Practice Manager and Paralegal Beem Patent Law Firm
  • Research Associate, Children's Foreign Policy and Funding Initiative- U.S. Tides
  • Executive Director Toledo-Lucas County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
  • Partner Farella Braun + Martel LLP
  • Board Member, Co Chair, International Visitor Committee Cleveland Council on World Affairs
  • Judicial Law Clerk Allegheny Court of Common Pleas
  • Teaching Assistant Queen's University Belfast

Featured Resources

Skill-Building Classes

Travel Photography: Fjords of New Zealand

Justin Reznick
Many of the world’s great coastlines have fjords: long, narrow inlets set among sheer cliffs. In this course, landscape photographer…

Supporting Allyship and Anti-Racism at Work

Dana Brownlee
While racism and discrimination are systemic problems that persist, each of us can play a role in helping to eliminate…

Travel Photography: A Photographer in Cuba

Derrick Story
Cuba is a unique place with a unique history. Understanding that history and its impact on Cuba’s vibrant music, bold…

Understanding and Supporting Asian Employees

Sarah-SoonLing Blackburn
Underrepresented employees face unique challenges in the workplace, and understanding how to support them in these challenges is key to…

The Creative Spark: Nick Onken, Travel and Lifestyle Photographer

Nick Onken
Is your passport current? We’re about to do some trekking—photo trekking—with travel and lifestyle photographer Nick Onken. Nick was originally…

Travel Photography: The Maine Coast

Tim Grey
In this course, you’ll join Tim Grey on a road trip along the rugged coast of Maine, photographing lighthouses, harbors,…

Becoming a Male Ally at Work

Emilie Aries
Gender diversity in the workplace drives innovation and performance. As a male ally, you can help boost diversity by chipping…

Travel Photography: Desert Road Trip

Ben Long
Every type of location presents its own photographic challenges. For the stark wilderness of Death Valley National Park, these can…

Travel Photography: Rome

Tim Grey
Explore the amazing city of Rome, Italy with photographer, author, and educator Tim Grey. Tim visits some of his favorite…

Skills for Inclusive Conversations

Mary-Frances Winters
Organizations reap the benefits of diversity—when employees bring their whole, authentic selves to work. Diverse teams are more productive, innovative,…

Travel Photography: Seaside Road Trip

Mikkel Aaland
A favorite travel destination is the seaside small town—a place with salt air, beaches, shingled houses, and seafood on every…

Travel Photography: Venice

Tim Grey
Get tips for photographing the world-famous floating city, Venice, Italy, with photographer, author, and educator Tim Grey. Tim follows the…

Fighting Gender Bias at Work

Gender bias is holding women back in the workplace. Whether deliberate or unconscious, bias makes it harder for women to…

Travel Photography: Portrait of a City Neighborhood

Mikkel Aaland
When you’re traveling, you sometimes want to spend a day or two exploring the neighborhood where you’re staying—just walking around…

Underwater Photography: Macro

Deke McClelland
Capture the close-up beauty of fish, coral, and all manner of undersea wonders with this guide to underwater macro photography.…

The Traveling Photographer: London

David Hobby
Welcome to London, the Strobist’s favorite city. This vignette aims to make London more accessible, productive, and enjoyable to the…

Learning Underwater Photography

Deke McClelland
Curious about underwater photography? Dive in! In this course, Photoshop guru Deke McClelland is joined by master diver and professional…

Travel Photography: The Family Cabin

Ben Long
Do you and your family have a favorite travel destination that you’ve always gone to for rest and relaxation? Or…

Underwater Photography: Wide Angle

Deke McClelland
Forget landscape photography—it’s time to try shooting seascapes. Wide-angle underwater photography enables you to capture the broad vistas of undersea…

Travel Photography: Geologging and Journaling on the Road

Ben Long
Photography is a great way to create a record of your travels, but it isn’t the only way. Keeping a…

Contact & Location


The College of Wooster, Career Planning
1140 Beall Ave, Gault Library, Lower Level - APEX
Wooster, OH 44691