Center for Career Development

Navigating the opportunities of the career journey

Navigating the trail of your future career requires the right gear and skills.  Especially in today's job market, you must demonstrate skills (for various occupations and for general employability) in addition to earning a degree in order to be prepared to enter the world of work. These skills are gained in and out of the classroom and are an integral part of your entire experience at Gardner-Webb University.  The Center for Career Development is available to help you gear up for your career journey and guide and facilitate opportunities to gain essential employment abilities.

Wouldn't it be nice to have directions -- to know the best paths to take so that you hit all the great lookouts along the way?  Let our website be your guide to help equip you for your career journey.
Thumbnail of WebbWorks IconThumbnail of PRE IconThumbnail of First Data Icon







Student Appointments: Log in to WebbWorks to schedule an appointment with a career development staff member or refer to our peer career drop-in hours for assistance with no appointment needed.

Tucker Student Center

Center for Career Development

Tucker Student Center, Suite 330
PO Box 7208
Boiling Springs, NC 28017
(704) 406-2077 Phone


The Center for Career Development makes no representations or guarantees about the positions listed on this website and is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of employment.  It is the responsibility of students/alumni to take all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting positions and/or obtaining necessary information concerning the employer.  This website contains links to other websites not under the control of Career Development and we are not responsible for the content of any linked sites.  Furthermore, while the Center for Career Development makes every reasonable effort to assist students and alumni in reaching their respective career goals, the individual students/alumni have the final responsibility for obtaining their own jobs, internships or graduate/professional school admission.  For more information, please contact the Center for Career Development at 704-406-2077 or by email at