Our commitment to career development emphasizes strong preparation for life after intercollegiate sports not only for current student-athletes, but also for former Auburn student-athletes and alumni. We offer a variety of programs and services to help student-athletes obtain rewarding and fulfilling careers in a variety of fields.
Career Planning: Career counseling and guidance, career interest assessments and interpretations, choosing/changing majors, job shadowing and internship opportunities, workshops and events.
Job & Internship Search Preparation: Job search strategies, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, and various training workshops.
Internships, Summer & Part/Full-Time Jobs: On-campus interviews, job postings, career expo's and networking forums, and career information sessions with various companies and organizations.
Online Services: auburn.edu/career
Tiger Career Center Brochure (PDF)
Tiger Career Game Plan (PDF)
Auburn Tiger Career Development Center
Auburn Athletics Complex -
SADC Room 315
Phone: (334) 844-8885
Director: Ryan T. Day
Career Counselor: Sam Booker | Email
Career Athletes has partnered with the Auburn University Student-Athlete Development Center to provide its student-athletes with career development services and resources. The focus of Career Athletes is to create a network where current and former student-athletes connect with other student-athletes, mentors, and recruiters, all over the United States.
The goal of Auburn Athletics as well as Career Athletes is to provide their athletes with tools that will help athletes successfully transition from being competitors on the field to competitors in the workforce. Career Athletes possesses the largest member based community of current/alumni student-athletes, representing a growing legion of athletes, athletic departments and hundreds of national, regional and local employers. Career Athletes has a presence on campus through their fall and spring interns.
For more information, please visit CareerAthletes.com
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