The Center for Career and Extended Learning is comprised of the College’s Career Services Office and the Office of Extended Learning. The Career Services Office provides comprehensive career development services and programs to meet the career and professional development needs of students and alumni. The Office of Extended Learning offers credit and non-credit learning opportunities including degree and certificate programs for professional and personal growth.
The Career Services Office is committed to providing a full range of career services to the student and alumni population, and supports the mission of the College to prepare students to become leaders in the global society by providing a balanced approach to career and life planning. Staff plan services and programming based on a developmental model that supports a natural progression most students experience.
Services and programming include: career assessments, career counseling, internship search and preparation, graduate school planning, career search preparation including resume writing and other job search correspondence, interviewing skills, and job search strategies. Additionally, workshops, seminars and special events including access to local and regional career and internship fairs, on-campus recruiting, special programming featuring employers and alumni and employability workshops are available to maximize the students’ education at Cazenovia College.
For more information about services and programming, visit www.cazenovia.edu/academics/career-and-extended-learning
or call 315-655-7191.
Cazenovia College provides lifelong learning and educational opportunities to full- and part-time students as well as non-degree students. Those interested in earning degrees on a part-time basis will find a number of degree, certificate and course work options. Part-time students enjoy an affordable tuition rate and may be eligible for financial aid. Courses are offered in the fall and spring semesters as well as a five-week winter session and two six-week summer sessions. Our courses are offered in a variety of formats including classroom, online, hybrid and weekend classes.
The Center for Career and Extended Learning partners with several New York state community colleges to offer bachelor degree programs on community college campuses. Our partnerships include a Bachelor of Science in Human Services at Clinton Community College in Plattsburgh, NY and at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, NY. Also at Herkimer College, two bachelor degree options are available: Inclusive Early Childhood Education and Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies. Students in these programs have the convenience of earning bachelor degrees without long commutes and at comparable and competitive public university tuition rates.
Additionally, the Center for Career and Extended Learning offers the Pre-employment Police Basic Training, Phase 1 (certified by the State of New York, Division of Criminal Justice Services) for those interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement.
Students have a new option of taking all the required course work for the CASAC-T (Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor) in a 100% online format.
For further information or clarification about programs, offerings and opportunities, call 315-655-7107 or www.cazenovia.edu/academics/career-and-extended-learning