Our integrated career advising program pairs you with a faculty member from the College of Culinary Arts. He or she will work with you as you make potential career choices, as well as decisions about course selection, concentrations, experiential education opportunities, part-time work experiences and all the other facets of your college experience.
You'll meet with your advisor regularly, on a one-to-one basis, setting goals for the semester and developing the skills to achieve those goals in the most efficient manner.
Your faculty advisor works closely with our career experts to provide you with the best career management guidance, designed to help you achieve you overall career objectives. You'll work with your faculty advisor and our career experts to identify a field of interest, create a plan to achieve your goals and develop your resume and interviewing skills. Student SuccessHelping you succeed is our number one priority and JWU's Student Success team is dedicated to making sure you are given every opportunity for success, with special courses and workshops, tutoring and personal, career and academic counseling. Students with disabilities will also find assistance, with special programs and accommodations to ensure every opportunity for their success in college.
You can use the tutors from our Achievement Center, or you can work with your one of your peers or professors. Your tutor will help you with reading, writing, study, and test-taking skills, along with time and stress management.
Karl Guggenmos, University Dean of Culinary Education, was honored with the AAC Northeast Regional Chair’s Award at the 2007 ACF National Convention. read more