Career Services

Career Services 2017-11-15T18:10:40+00:00

Career Services, in the Office of Student and Community Life, provides resources and support to students on their vocational journeys. Resources include information and skill-building to assist current students in finding meaningful positions appropriate to their training and professional goals after graduation. The Office offers workshops and guidance for the job search to those seeking employment.

For more information, please contact Christine W. Kang.

CST partners with Career Journeys, Inc. to create a presentations that cover a wide range of pertinent career planning topics, with some that focus particularly on ways that students could use their theological education in a variety of employment contexts outside the more traditional route of religious leadership or academia.  Ordination support is provided by multiple staff and faculty on campus, as well as area clergy, to be with students seeking licensing or ordination in many denominations.

CST Job Board

Claremont School of Theology manages a Job Board as a service to its students and alumni/ae in their pursuit of professional development.

Employers that wish to post jobs for the launch of the CST Job Board can use our online form to submit postings.

Click here to learn about employment opportunities at CST.

Links to Job Search Resources

About.com – Offers a variety of resources on career development, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing and employment.

Academic 360 – Meta-collection of Internet resources for the academic job hunter, including job postings and lists of professional associations

Academic Careers Online – Global academic job site for teaching jobs, education jobs, research jobs, and professional jobs in education and academia

Academic Employment Network – Postings of academic positions, including teaching, school administration, and other jobs in higher education

Academic Keys – Database for academic employment which also offers comprehensive information about faculty, educational resources, research interests, and professional activities pertinent to institutions of higher education

California Community Colleges – The California Community Colleges Registry is a large scale database containing the names, qualifications and desired position(s) of potential California Community College faculty, support staff and management job applicants. It provides a number of services for individuals seeking employment as a faculty, support staff or manager at a California Community College.

Career Builder – Job search engine with resources on finding jobs and advancing your career

Chronicle of Higher Education – The premier source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators

ChronicleVitae.com – Along with a completely free dossier service, you will learn about the latest jobs, gain access to exclusive content, make connections, and get specialized career advice just for academics and administrators.

Corp Watch – Guide compiling research about the ethics of corporations in order to ensure accountability and transparency. Jobs are announced.

ESL101.com – ESL and expat teaching jobs.

FindtheRightJob.com – Explores jobs by industry and location. It also offers resources and articles on career development.

Glassdoor.com- Click the link on the right to get an inside look at jobs and companies. Salary details, company reviews, and interview questions — all posted anonymously by employees and job seekers.

General Board of Higher Education and Ministry – The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry leads and serves The United Methodist Church in the recruitment, preparation, nurture, education, and support of Christian leaders – lay and clergy – for the work of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

Higher Education Recruitment Consortium – Organized by region, this database lists both faculty positions and administrative positions from a wide range of institutions. One of the largest job databases focused exclusively on college and university positions

Idealist – A wide collection of jobs, events and volunteer opportunities posted online. Sign up for free daily emails with new opportunities matching your interests and location. Idealist offers practical solutions to social and environmental problems, in a spirit of generosity and mutual respect.

Indeed.com – Provides opportunities by industry and location.

Inside Higher Ed – Online source for news, career advice, opinions, and jobs for higher education.

Jobs.ac.uk – Search international jobs in academic, science, research and administrative employment in the UK, Europe, Australasia, Africa, America and Asia & Middle East.

Job.com – Provides opportunities by industry and location.

Latpro – Online employment site specifically for bilingual professionals.

LinkUp – Provides all kind of resources by industry and location including job alerts.

Monster – Services for job seekers and employers with extensive career advice and information

O*NET OnLine – A tool for career exploration and job analysis! O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!

Philanthropy News Digest – Listings of current full-time job openings at U.S.-based foundations and nonprofit organizations.

SimplyHired – By category/industry type

State Stats – Information on networking skills, research career path and job searching

U.S. Military Chaplain Corps – Following websites are to the different chaplain corps programs within the U.S. military.

U.S. Universities by State – Sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin, this site is a great resource for people doing a geographically-limited job search

USA Jobs – Provides opportunities by industry and location. Federal Government jobs as well as advice for students and recent grads

Vault – Provides opportunities by industry and location.

Versatile PhD – Offers a support system as well as resources to help graduate students identify and prepare for possible non-academic careers. Two discussion forums provide dedicated spaces for humanists/social scientists and those studying STEM.