Find Your Calling

Maybe your career path has been laid out before your feet—from the moment words came alive in a book, to the time you visited a favorite doctor, or when you first played with pulleys and levers in elementary school. Or maybe you are trying to zero in on a path that integrates many of your passions. No matter where you are on your career journey, the Office of Career Advising and Development is here to help you take the next step. From résumé writing to exploring job opportunities to interview preparation, our goal is to help you build your professional future beyond the Heights.

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.
Making an Appointment

The best way to begin your career journey is to make an appointment to discuss your options. We are available by making an appointment on your Handshake login, by phone (315) 445-4185 or by email at Our office hours are from 8:30AM-4:30PM Monday through Friday. 

Virtual Resume Drop-In Hours:

Mondays: 2-4 pm
Tuesdays: 4-6 pm
Wednesdays: 1:30-3:30
Thursdays: 2:30-4:30

Want to drop in? Email for the Zoom link.



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Samantha Peltz '15 is living out her dream as a Washington, D.C., based visual storyteller specializing in wildlife and environmental messages. Peltz serves as an associate producer at National Geographic and host of the eponymous What Sam Sees, a series in Nat Geo Kids on Nat Geo Wild that airs each Saturday morning. Her work in conservation filmmaking all began with a trip to Iceland as an undergraduate on the Heights.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. James Murphy

The crack of the bat, roar of the crowd, and steady hum of commentators reflecting on a pitcher’s windup or a batter’s stance are the soundtrack to James Murphy’s professional life. A member of the Le Moyne College Class of 2007, Murphy serves as a post-production supervisor for the MLB Network, which is billed as “the ultimate destination for baseball fans.” America’s pastime is the centerpiece of his career – and he would not have it any other way.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Amari Pollard

“Reading a magazine is a whole experience,” says Amari Pollard ’17. This summer, Pollard will have a whole new experience— writing for Parents magazine as an editorial intern. For Pollard, a communication and film studies major, magazine production is “way more meticulous and formulated than anything I’ve experienced.” As the only intern for Parents, she handles a variety of tasks.

Get in Touch

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Reilly Hall 342

Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Road,
Syracuse, NY 13214


(315) 445-4185