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Faculty and Staff

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Dear Faculty,

Greetings from the Office of Career & Professional Development! I am thrilled to join the Belmont Family and look forward to your partnership. There are so many ways that our office would like to collaborate with you this academic year and below are some opportunities to connect.

  • Belmont & Beyond: speakers from a range of professions visit campus throughout the year. Please join us and share the upcoming dates with your students.
  • Career Specialization: each major has a dedicated career development specialist who will provide customized resources and job search support to students. To meet your specialist click here.
  • Employer Relationship Management: we will follow up with any employer contacts/opportunities you refer, keeping you in the loop throughout, and manage the posting in Handshake.  We also invite you to attend Career Day and networking events on campus to build relationships with employers.
  • Class Presentations by Request: consider inviting the Office of Career and Professional Development into your classroom. We present on a number of career-related topics and can develop in person or digital content specific to your needs. 
  • Include us in your syllabus: copy/paste text directly into your syllabus to share information about Career & Professional Development with your students. Text can be found here.
  • Belmont LinkedIn Group: connect with alumni and students virtually on our LinkedIn group, which includes the profiles of over 3,000 members of the Belmont community.
  • Career Outcomes Data: we collect and review multiple-year data about jobs and graduate programs students selected. 
  • Networking: we provide targeted sessions to highlight the career paths of alumni from a specific concentration.

If you would like to discuss any of these partnership opportunities, please contact me at (615) 460-6490 or maryclaire.dismukes@belmont.edu.

Sincerely,

Mary Claire Dismukes