Seton Hill has been preparing educators since 1885. Our founders, the Sisters of Charity, consider education one of their most important missions. Today, graduates from Seton Hill’s education programs go on to become professional educators in public, private and parochial schools or work in various capacities with adoption and child care agencies, adult continuing education programs, alternative schools, pre- school and after-school programs, educational programs in correctional institutions, educational software design, state and federal education assistance and support programs, tutoring programs and textbook development.
The Career & Professional Development Center Works With You Throughout Your Academic Career – and After You Graduate
As a Seton Hill student you have the opportunity to work with career advisors who are committed to supporting you throughout your education – and who will continue to do so after you graduate.
Career advisors can provide:
Find out more at setonhill.edu/careerservices.