Career Support

The Student Professional Development Center staff represents a variety of professional backgrounds, skills, interests, and expertise. Whether you are an undergraduate, graduate student, alum, or employer, the SPDC is eager to assist with every step of the career development process – from self-exploration to the job or graduate school search. Career advisors work in offices across campus to help all majors and years achieve their professional and career related goals.

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Curriculum Resources Center

The Curriculum Resources Center (CRC) provides quality resources, programs, and services in a timely manner to support exemplary teacher education and practice. The CRC encourages a collaborative approach to creating effective teaching and learning experiences for the students, faculty, and staff in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education, for the larger Elon University community, and for educators and students in Alamance County. The Curriculum Resources Center also demonstrates the integral role library media centers play in curriculum development and implementation in the classroom. Please stop by and visit the CRC located in Mooney 111 in the School of Education.

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Honor Societies

Students with sufficient coursework and academic excellence may be eligible for and invited to join one of several honor societies, including Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa or other discipline-specific academic honor societies.

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Professional Organizations

Students can join various professional organizations and associations related to their field of study.

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