Career Resources & Programs

Make Your Next Career Move

Career Advising – Whether you are exploring a career idea, looking toward graduate school, or planning a job search, the Career Development Office (CDO) is available to assist you. Alumni are welcome to contact the CDO for career and graduate school advising and take advantage of career resources available online and in the office.

Sagehen Connect – Log in and register on Sagehen Connect for access to the official Pomona College alumni directory, job listings on Handshake and more. Search through our alumni Sage Coaches for advising on job and internship searches, to learn about career fields and graduate/professional school experiences, to have your resume reviewed and to connect on other career-related questions.

Pomona College Alumni LinkedIn Group – Joining Pomona College Alumni on LinkedIn is a gateway to chat careers, share expertise, find fellow alumni in your field, post jobs and more.

Pomona College LinkedIn Page – The Pomona College page offers fantastic insights into where alumni are living and working, what they’re doing and studying, and skills they’re using, as well as a useful search feature that allows you to narrow down graduation years and what years they attended Pomona.

Career Webinars – View six on-demand webinars to help you at any stage in your career from career breaks to career pivots, and from finding your first job to getting promoted, we hope you'll find a webinar that resonates with you.

Hire and Advise Sagehens

Handshake – You can help students and alumni by working with hiring managers at your organization to involve them in opportunities to hire Pomona students for internships or grads for full-time jobs through our job portal, Handshake.

Pomona College Internship Program (PCIP) – If your employer is located in the Los Angeles area and has a low paying or unpaid internship they may be eligible to participate in PCIP.

Sage Coach – Register to be a Sage Coach on Sagehen Connect. Help students and alumni by providing career and graduate school advice, reviewing resumes, presenting as an individual or on a panel for the CDO, and sharing your industry experience. Choose to be involved as little or as much as you like.