Career Planning

Choosing a career….

Career advising & counseling

At SEBC, we are committed to helping you discover your purpose and plan the steps needed on the journey. Through one-on- one sessions, we will work with you to discern your talents, interests, and skills, and to guide you into next steps, whether that is  through internships, research, or connections with alumni. To make an appointment, contact

If you would like to begin researching careers on your own, consult these helpful resources:


Resume preparation

Your resume is often the first thing a potential employer sees about you. Creating an appealing and informative resume takes time and a focus on details. Our CLD staff can assist you with starting your first resume or appointment, contact
If you would like to get started on your own, we suggest:


Interviewing skills

Practicing is one of the most helpful things you can do to prepare for an interview. At the CLD, we can provide you with potential interview questions, help you craft your replies, and conduct mock interviews.

To begin thinking about the types of questions you might encounter, consider downloading the following apps:
  • Interview Buzz Pro HD
  • Interview Prep Questions


Internships & employment

Students who have experience through internships in their field are more likely to be considered for positions following graduation. To learn more about possible internships, as well as part-time jobs, and other career opportunities, click here.


Alumni Connections

Southeastern alumni are working and volunteering around the world. From pastoring a church, to teaching in elementary schools, to practicing law or owning a business, our alumni are serving God in significant ways. Many have agreed to help students by providing career advice, informational interviews, resume critiques, skill development, and other wisdom. To get connected with alumni in your field, contact