Career Advising


Here are ways you can continue to be engaged with Career Advising & Development:

  • Are you a member of the Class of 2020? Here are specific resources just for you.
  • Students and alumni can schedule appointments via Handshake and select either a video call via Zoom or a phone call as the meeting medium.
  • Continue to check Handshake for internship and job opportunities including paid, remote micro-internships (search for Parker Dewey)
  • Remember that phenomenal resources like PathwayU ( are available to you 24/7 to help you clarify your career interests and explore career options.
  • We have created a Resource Sheet on Handshake with articles and videos to help you with your job and internship search during this unique time. (

For any questions or concerns, reach out to us anytime at

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No matter where you are on your career path, the Office of Career Advising and Development is here to provide helpful resources and opportunities. We understand that each Dolphin is unique and we work to develop a personalized plan that encompasses one's passions, skills and opportunities. Stop by or call our office and we will help you put a plan in place.



Commitment to Anti-Racism

The Career Advising & Development Office will work with the faculty, administration, staff, students, and alums to become an anti-racist institution. Our collective Jesuit mission calls us to strive for nothing less.

We honor our role in this important work. The Career Advising & Development team is dedicated to educating students, alums, employers, and each other about diversity, equity, and inclusion in our society, and specifically, in the workplace. As we move forward, we commit ourselves to the following:

  • Sponsor and collaborate with student-led programming related to increasing equity and inclusion.
  • Act to diversify our student and professional staff.
  • Create a repository of online resources dedicated to supporting the career goals of students of color, students with disabilities, LGBTQ students, and other marginalized identities.
  • Evaluate and share post-graduate outcomes with response rates broken out by race/ethnicity
  • Attend professional development opportunities each year that focus on equity, inclusion, dismantling systemic racism, etc. Staff will be expected to detail these opportunities in their annual evaluations.
  • Engage employers in conversations about their efforts to both increase diversity through their hiring practices and retain the employees they hire through those efforts.

Hey, World! Here are the Dolphins of 2019!

The members of the Class of 2019 are set to make their mark on the world. Some will be heading back to the classroom to study at the University of Virginia School of Law, Skoltech Institute of Science and Technology in Moscow, SUNY Upstate School of Medicine, Kingston University London and Teacher’s College at Columbia University. Many will be entering the workforce, working as a clinical research associate at Quadrant Biosciences, a digital campaign manager at SpinCar, a teaching fellow at an underserved school in New York City, a financial analyst at Ayco Goldman Sachs, a technology consultant at IBM and an operations analyst at BNY Mellon.These Dolphins are ready to leave The Heights and build lives rooted in meaning and success.

Integrating Learning, Meaning, Calling and Career


College is so much more than life in the classroom. It’s about discovering who you are, your passion for life and how you see your future. It’s about the relationships you build, the values you hold dear and the mark you’ll make in our world. At Le Moyne, we get it! We not only say Greatness meets Goodness—we live it everyday. That is why we have developed the Manresa program.

A one of a kind program, Manresa works to complement your academic experience with career development, personal growth and a desire for changing the world. When you graduate from Le Moyne, we want you to find a job in your field, but we also want you to embark on a career and life path filled with satisfaction.

Check out the Manresa program. It’s a decision that will be with you a lifetime.

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Joshua Redden ‘11, a former English major and HEOP/AHANA scholar, has always had a passion for giving voice to words. Now he wrestles with words in another way—working with labels like Motown, BET, and the GRAMMYs while producing his own music.

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As a counsel and attorney-at-law in the Office of the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Theominique Nottage ‘09 uses the interdisciplinary skills she learned as an undergrad while handling a variety of civil litigation cases for her home country.

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As Dean of Students at Regis High School, Kyle Mullins ‘09 is involved in the world of Jesuit education daily. Whether he is teaching an English class or working with student leaders, he is thoroughly involved with the next generation of Jesuit scholars.

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