Insalaco Center for Professional Development and Leadership
The Insalaco Center for Professional Development and Leadership is a comprehensive center that will assist the students and alumni of Misericordia University to assess, develop, and implement goals for the constantly evolving professional world by offering career development, professional development and leadership programming. The Insalaco Center will foster a cooperative process in which students, alumni, faculty, staff, employers, and community organizations transform educational achievements into a lifetime of career satisfaction.
Insalaco Center for Professional
Development and Leadership
McAuley Hall 1st Floor
301 Lake Street
Dallas, PA 18612
Monday through Friday 8:30 - 4:30
Insalaco Center Staff
Bernadette (Bernie) Rushmer
Service Learning Specialist
For all job, internship and externship postings, head over to Handshake and get those positions posted for our students and alumni to see!
Guaranteed Placement Program
A professional development program which integrates classroom instruction, experiential education, student leadership and career focused workshops, ultimately preparing students for the workforce or graduate school.
Hire a Cougar! Employment and Internships
Interested in hiring Misericordia students for jobs or internships? With a variety of majors and backgrounds, you're sure to find a great fit for your organization. Join one of our on-campus recruitment events or post your positions to Handshake for our students to apply to.
Whether you are a current student interested in workshops and programming, or an employer looking to sign up for one of our on-campus events, you've come to the right place.
The Insalaco Center for Professional Development and Leadership can help you prepare for this important step in your academic career of applying to graduate or professional school. A number of useful resources are available on campus and online for individuals considering applying to graduate or professional school. Contact us to schedule an appointment to:
- Discuss career goals and objectives; Research and obtain more information about specific programs of interests; Identify and discuss other factors that might help to determine where to apply, such as size of the institution, geographic location, student life, financial aid, etc.; Determine if an entrance exam is required for admission and review available test locations, dates and times; Schedule a free practice test; Review personal statements, resumes, and related materials to ensure goals and experiences are well represented within the application; Prepare for a graduate school interview.
GPP [helped] me to feel prepared when I applied and interviewed for post-graduate education."
Sarah B., 2020 Medical Imaging graduate