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  • Katy Rees (left), a senior public relations major from Bolingbrook and Katy Tolsky (right), a junior business major from Frankfort, had meaningful summer internships.

    Internships

    83% of the Class of 2015 had at least one internship.  Alumni connections enhance internship opportunities.

  • Students in front of Wallace Hall

    99% First Destination Rate

    For the fourth year in a row 99% of our graduates report being employed or in graduate school 6 months after graduation!

  • Students actively participate in a round-table discussion

    Meet the Staff

    From tools to help you identify your ideal career and leadership potential to connections with alumni and employers looking for talented and driven interns and employees, the staff of the Wackerle Career and Leadership Center is excited to help Monmouth College students and alumni.

  • Students and alumni posing for a photo at a recent networking event

    Annual Networking Event

    Offers students an opportunity to learn to effectively engage and network with poise and confidence.

Wackerle Career and Leadership Center

The Wackerle Career & Leadership Center aids students in mastering the skills required to gain the cutting edge and continue their success beyond Monmouth College.

Through career and leadership development opportunities, the Wackerle Center works to assist students in applying their interests, talents, and liberal arts education toward a rewarding future.

Career development programs and events are designed to arm students with the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in all aspects of their careers.

Leadership development opportunities include Greek Life, student involvement and service, and help students gain and sharpen the skills needed to be effective leaders.

The Wackerle Center aims to provide opportunities and resources to enhance the student experience at Monmouth College while preparing each individual for life after Monmouth.

Monmouth College gratefully acknowledges the monetary donation provided by Frederick W. Wackerle ’61. The center was officially named the Wackerle Career & Leadership Center during the summer of 1996.

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