Online Resources for Career Research and Networking

Wherever your summer plans take you, don’t neglect your career development.  Of course, we strongly encourage you to gain valuable experience through an internship, summer job, or volunteer opportunity.  Additionally, consider researching career possibilities using some of our premium resources found on our website.  Your time is valuable, so make sure you are being a good steward of your opportunities.  Remember, our staff will be available throughout the summer to assist you with your major exploration and career development.  Please feel free to contact us.  Have a great summer!

New Internships May 3rd, 2013

Here are the internships that have been posted this week on HireABear. Good luck on finals!

Evantage, Inc. 

Customer Focused Marketing   

Ascension Health 


The Boardroom Salon for Men  

Civitas Learning 

Security Bank of Crawford    

  • Reconciliation Clerk – Business Administration/BA, Accounting, International Business, Management, Management Information Systems, Accounting Information Systems majors


JHL Company

  • Business Development Internship – Communication Studies, English, Pre-Business, Business Law, Finance, Financial Services & Planning, Management, Marketing, Operations Management, Distribution Management & Technology, Media Business, Nonprofit Leadership & Service majors

Camp Longhorn    

GuideStone Financial Resources     

Thrive Insights, LLC 

PhysAssist Scribes, Inc.   

  • Medical Scribe – Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Studies, Chemistry, Medicine, Nursing majors

Finals Study Break- Free Cookies!

The staff in the Paul L. Foster Success Center want to offer you a study break.  We invite you to come by the 1st floor lobby of the Sid Richardson Building (if you aren’t already there studying) to join us for free cookies and lemonade from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m on May 6th and 7th.  We wish you the best on your final exams!

Need Some Motivation?

It’s the last full week of class at Baylor.  Many of you have tests, papers, projects and other assignments due this week and finals exams up ahead.  Sometimes in the midst of the busy, it can be a challenge to stay motivated.  Here is an article that offers 20 tips for motivation.  Hopefully, they will be a valuable resource.

Also, sometimes what we eat can play a powerful role in our stress levels, so instead of reaching for your nearest junk food snack, read this article about the top 5 foods that can reduce stress:

I’m glad to see that chocolate made the list!

As always, if your stress is on the rise and you need a resource to help you work through it, please do not hesitate to reach out to the counseling center for additional support:

We want you to finish strong and be successful!!