Employing a comprehensive, holistic, and personalized approach, the CIA Center for Career and Academic Advising helps students evaluate their many potential academic and career options. The Center’s staff serves CIA students in the exploration of life goals, vocational and long-term career goals, and selection of academic programs, as well as the selection and scheduling of courses.
The Center for Career and Academic Advising serves as a resource for students as they progress through their education. Committed to supporting students’ individual educational goals and enhancing their learning experiences at the CIA, the Center’s staff provides students with detailed course information and refers them to various support services on campus as needed. They can also help students with:
The staff for academic advising is located at the New York campus but serves students from all CIA campuses in the U.S. and can be reached at 845-451-1452 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A CIA education offers students unparalleled career opportunities. The Center for Career and Academic Advising is dedicated to providing CIA students and graduates of its degree and certificate programs with the tools needed to effectively manage their career progression, from foundational experiences through pinnacle positions. Students are assigned an advisor, who will work with them to prepare for their externship and their post-graduate job search. The relationship does not end at graduation—CIA alumni enjoy free, lifelong assistance.
Each NY Career Fair draws 130+ employers and 300 recruiters to campus—and they do 850 job interviews before they leave!
The Center for Career and Academic Advising will help you turn your CIA degree into a career. As a CIA student you will: