Whether you intend to launch your career or continue your education, you will be fully prepared to take the next step in your journey after four years here. The Concordia model of career advising will help prepare you for your postgraduate life and it starts on day one.

By Your Side

Our Career Center team will guide you to make sure you are ready for life after college. Take advantage of educational opportunities, self-service online tools, networking events, internship fairs, on- and off-campus interviews and more.

Concordia's liberal arts environment exposed me to a diverse set of perspectives and fostered my inquisitiveness. My experience promoted personal growth and prepared me for my future endeavors in academic and professional life.

Grant Weller '08

Chief Data Scientist, Level2

Career Preparation


With more than 120 areas of study to choose from, a Concordia education will set you on the right path toward your best future. Nearly one-quarter of Cobbers choose to double major – and still graduate in four years.


Many of Concordia's academic programs offer undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct research with faculty and present their scholarly work to the campus community and beyond.


Students participate in more than 500 internships, cooperative education practicums, and student teaching experiences annually.

Cobber Connections

With 32,000 alumni across the nation and the globe, the Cobber community extends well beyond the borders of our campus. We call it the worldwide Cobber network and its benefits include access to mentors, leads on internships and jobs, and lots of expert advice. Plus, many loyal alumni support the college financially each year – which helps to offset the cost of attendance for current and future students.

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