Clark University offers holistic student support and advising through the LEEP model; by connecting students with resources to align their academic and co-curricular interests and prepare them to be responsible and engaged members of our global society. Here, you will find staff who can help you explore your interests so you can begin to plan how to achieve your personal and academic goals and be prepared to take advantage of opportunities, whether in college or beyond.
Clark’s Career Development Office can help you explore your professional interests through connecting with employers for internships, job shadows, informational interviews, and, eventually, post-graduation employment.
Clarkies are committed to making a difference in their communities and across the world. The Community Engagement Office can help you discover ways to get involved through volunteerism and service learning.
Clark has many opportunities for funding for internships, research, and projects. More information about the types of funding opportunities available to Clark students, along with application instructions and deadlines, can be found here.
Connect with educational opportunities beyond Clark’s Worcester campus with the Office of Study Abroad and Away. Here, you’ll learn more about programs in more than 50 countries across the globe and how to find the one best suited to your academic and professional goals.
Finding the right words for that paper, application or résumé can be tricky. Scheduling an appointment with Clark’s Writing Center consultants can help you refine and improve skills, grammar and style.