The Career Planning & Development Center at Webster University is committed to providing personalized career success advising to students and *recent graduates at Webster University.
As we continue to monitor developments across Webster University's network of campuses regarding COVID-19, our team is preparing to move forward with alternative modalities to accommodate career advising requests.
*The Career Planning & Development Center will meet individually with recent graduates through one year post graduation month/year.
Requesting a Career Advising Appointment
If you would like to request a career advising appointment, please set up the appointment through your Handshake account at webster.joinhandshake.com.
When logged into your Handshake, select "Career Center" and then "Appointments" to view a listing of available appointment days/times with a career advisor. When all of the fill-in information is completed, submit your appointment request.
Click Career Center to access the appointment scheduling tool in Handshake
Click Appointments to schedule a time to meet with your designated career advisor
The assigned advisor will review your request and will either approve or request an alternative meeting day/time. You can manage your appointments anytime through your Handshake account (re-scheduling, cancelling, etc.).
You may also coordinate your advising appointment through e-mail by sending a message to Rebecca Nelson, Associate Director, Career Planning & Development Center, at email@example.com, with the following information:
- In the subject line, write “Career Advising Appointment Request”
- In the body of your message, include your first and last name, student ID number, if you would prefer to meet with a career advisor by phone or video-conference, 2-3 options for meeting days/times (M-F 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM), and what you would like to discuss with a career advisor (job search, review of application materials, interview coaching, etc.)
Rebecca will monitor her e-mail to coordinate schedules with students and career advisors. You will receive a confirmation e-mail indicating that the appointment has been requested and is pending approval by a career advisor.
Note, the Career Planning & Development Center is based in St. Louis, Missouri, which is located in the Central Time Zone.