PAGES Program

Putting Liberal Arts Education to Work

PAGES is a career program designed especially for students in humanities, arts, and social science majors. We help students develop professional goals, connect with employers, and explore the many great career options open to liberal arts majors.

Find out more information about our upcoming events and what PAGES is all about!

Career Fair Tour (in person) Sign-up Oct 14th 12:00-1:00 PM Cohen CenterNetworking 101 OCT 19TH 3:30-5:00 PMSpeed Networking OCT 26TH 3:30-500 PM

Sign-up below for upcoming workshops to add to your badges requirements:

Learn more about the new Skills Badging program offered through PAGES

what is a skills badge?


PAGES events help you explore careers, develop your professional identity and get the most out of your liberal arts education!

All Fall 2021 meetings and events will be held virtually – Hope to see you at the next PAGES event!

PAGES Alumni Feature


As one of the first members of the PAGES Program, I cannot emphasize how much it has helped me with my overall personal and professional development. The opportunities PAGES provides for career development, networking, and achievement at both a global and academic level, are endless. Thanks to the program, I was able to do things I would have never thought possible.”

Shelby Smith

Communication B.A., 2018


  • What is PAGES?

  • Why is it called PAGES?

  • Career Preparedness

  • Employer Networking

  • Can I really get a job??

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Get Involved!

The PAGES Program relies on community partnerships in internships, workplace tours, mentoring, funding and scholarship, and community events.

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We’re here to answer your questions.

Contact the PAGES Team

Dr. Glenn Whitehouse, SH 411, (239) 590-7218
Dr. Thomas Stefaniuk, RH 135, (239) 590-7653
Ashleigh Droz, MA, MCT 233,  (239) 590-4486
Patricia Rice, MA, SH 410, (239) 590-7205