Individualized Career Action Plan (iCap)

Looking for a recipe for success? The individualized Career Action Plan (iCAP) provides key steps to help you achieve your career goals. Regardless of whether you are a first year or transfer student, there is no right or wrong way! Simply click the link below to navigate through a serious of checkpoints: Volunteer and Global Experiences, Get Involved in a Leadership Role, Creating a LinkedIn Profile and much more!

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Meet Your Career Advisor

 To offer you the best resources to help you secure internships and jobs, our office has restructured the way we operate. Each staff member has now taken ownership of a group of majors to become “industry experts.” In doing so, Career Services wants to work together as a partnership to help you close the gap between your potential and performance.

Career Services will help you to:


  • Define career goals & create an Individualized Career Action Plan (iCap)

  • Activate College Central Network account to search internship & job opportunities

  • Understand your skills & interests utilizing My Next Move

  • Build & refine your Resume & Cover Letter

  • Practice your interview skills through Mock Interview

  • Research and apply to Graduate School Programs

  • Connect with employers at Career Networking Events hosted on campus

Career Services is excited to partner with you to develop your plan for success. Stop by our office early in your journey to meet your Career Advisor.

Meet your Career Advisor!




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Monday - Thursday

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

No appointment necessary when college is open   




























































 Monday - Thursday
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Wick Building, Career Services office























































Drop in hours are quick sessions that last 15 minutes or less and can answer your questions about anything related to academic majors, careers, resume review, internships, iCAP and personality assessments.

Meet a Career Peer Coach

Meet a Career Peer Coach from Career Services to discuss or answer any questions related to careers, resumes, internships or your College Central Network account. Career Peer Coaches can be found across from RIC's Daily Grind and in the Career Services office. Questions? or to schedule an appointment beyond drop in hours please call (716) 839-8334 or email

World of Opportunity Wizard

Wow! Did you know Daemen students travel to help people in need!

Health Care Studies Professor Justine Tutuska, accompanied by her students, traveled to the Dominican Republic to work on Public Health Issues and school building.

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Student Profiles

Sarah Rodman

Sarah - Political Science/Pre-Law

Political Science
Minors in Pre-Law, Spanish, Theater Arts

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Sarah has gained excellent real-world experience by completing internships at the American Bar Association in Washington D.C. and the Attorney General's Office in Buffalo. She was recently accepted into law school in New York!

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