Resources For Students

Champlain College has been listed as a "Top Pick" by Kaplan/Newsweek for "Colleges Offering the Best Career Services." With a staff of professional career coaches, Career Collaborative at Champlain College works with you to review your goals, identify career options and map out an individualized job-search strategy or a plan for further education.

Visit us during Drop In Hours: Monday - Friday, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, Garden House (During the academic year.)

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Career Collaborative Support

Whether you prefer to meet with your dedicated Career Counselor or browse résumé best practices online, access and opportunities are at your fingertips. Get expert assistance in developing resumes and cover letters, conducting job searches and preparing for interviews.

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Career Resources

Career Resources include links to local, regional, national and international job listings; opportunities for study abroad; career fairs and options for graduate school.

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Federal Work-Study Job Search

Funded by the federal government and Champlain College, this program allows you to earn money to help with the costs of attending Champlain through on-campus or at certain off-campus nonprofit organizations. Start your search here!


Graduate School Advising

Have You Considered Continuing Your Education for a Graduate Degree?

Then there's no time better than the present to begin preparing and researching graduate school. Begin your search with the following online resources.

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The State of Vermont, in collaboration with the University of Vermont and the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC), is offering a $5000 loan repayment program to incentivize and retain new graduates from Vermont colleges and universities. Any graduate during the spring 2023 academic year with a Bachelor's degree can apply. Recipients will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis based on regional, employer, and institutional distribution criteria, as long as funding is available. Applicants must submit proof of employment when applying. Employment will be verified with the Vermont-based employer at two points: after one year of employment and after the second year of employment.

Who is eligible to apply?

Any recent graduate with a Bachelor's degree can apply for the award. Any student can apply that meets the following criteria:

  • Spring 2023 graduate from a Vermont institution
  • Completed an undergraduate Bachelor's degree program
  • Plans to reside and work in Vermont for at least 2 years in a position that requires a Bachelor's degree

When you click the 'Apply' button, you will be taken to VSAC's myVSAC home page. myVSAC is the online account system you will use to apply for and access information about the Green Mountain Job & Retention Program.



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