Summer 2022 Career Resources

Summer 2022 Career Resources

There’s plenty you can do this summer to continue your career development, but sometimes it can be difficult to know where to begin. We’ve added easy links below to some of the resources that may be the most helpful for you in the coming months. Appointments are open now for the summer months for Advisors for Career Exploration, Industry Advisors, Alumnae Career Advisors, and Fellowship Advisorsso please go ahead and schedule a time that works for you. We look forward to speaking with you!

Summer 2022

This summer, you can...

Explore & Reflect

Where do you begin when you don’t know where to begin with your career path? The resources below offer a great way to start exploring! You can also learn about various career fields by taking a look at our Career Community pages. Each Career Community page is a treasure trove of information for specific fields and industries.

Network and Conduct Informational Interviews

Learn more about an individual’s career path and profession in a way that may inform your own journey!

Refine your professional documents

Use this time and the brain space to look at your resume and/or cover letter documents with fresh eyes — or create your first-ever professional documents! Our website offers the resources you need to begin.

Think about graduate school and fellowship opportunities for the future

For many, the past couple of years has led to reconsidering plans for the future. Our Fellowships 101 page can help you discover funding opportunities you never knew existed for graduate/professional degrees, undergraduate research, self-designed projects, teaching and service, and more.

If graduate school is newly on your mind, we also have a range of resources that can help you weigh your options. We also recently formed a partnership with Princeton Review that enables Wellesley students and alumnae to purchase test review products at a discount!

Life After Wellesley

Life After Wellesley Resources

If you are a graduating senior (or perhaps you're just thinking ahead!) Career Education has worked with partners across campus to develop a set of videos to help you explore topics related to the transition from college to career. Subjects covered are:


Relax, Rejuvenate, & Have Fun 

Our team knows we're no New York Times Book Review, but we're still excited to offer you a few of our favorite entertainment ideas for the summer ahead! Below are suggestions from members of the Career Education team.

TV Shows

  • Our Flag Means Death (from Emily W.)
  • Severance (from Tess M. and Ariane B.)
  • The Circle (from Tess M.).
  • Brogen (from Destiny B.)
  • Under the Banner of Heaven (from Ariane B. and Tess M.)
  • Doctor Who (from Ariane B. and Caitlin R.-D.)
  • Abbott Elementary (from Ariane B.)
  • Only Murders in the Building (from Ariane B. and Caitlin R.-D.)
  • Lupin (from Ingrid B.) 
  • Bridgerton (from Ingrid B. and Ariane B.)
  • The One (from Ingrid B.) 
  • Call My Agent (from Ingrid B.)
  • Schitt's Creek (from Ingrid B. and Sarah I.) 
  • Inventing Anna (from Ingrid B. and Sarah I.) 
  • The Mandalorian (from Caitlin R.-D.)
  • The Good Place (from Caitlin R.-D.)


  • Better Nate Than Ever (from Nicole P.)
  • Cruella (from Tess M.)
  • Pig (from Caitlin R.-D.)
  • My Neighbor Totoro (from Caitlin R.-D.)


  • The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennet (from Tess M.)
  • Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher (from Caitlin R.-D.)
  • Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo (from Caitlin R.-D.)
  • The Magicians by Lev Grossman (from Caitlin R.-D.)
  • By the Book by Jasmine Guillory '97 (from Kate D.)