Student & Alumni Resources
Our goal is to provide you with resources and assistance to address all aspects of your career planning and job search. Choosing your career, or making a professional transition, is a very exciting process. We are here to help and look forward to seeing you soon!
Menu of Services
Assessments: The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Strong Interest Inventory, and StrengthsQuest career assessments are offered at nominal fee to help you identify your values, interests, strengths and skills as related to choosing a major and career path planning. Interpretation is provided by a career counselor.
Handshake: Manage your job search and view a variety of employment and internship opportunities, including on-campus employment and Federal Work Study positions.
Career Clothes Closet: The Career Closet provides students with professional attire needed for interviews and career related activities.
Career Counseling: Career Counselors are available by appointment to meet with you to provide career exploration and job search assistance, change/choice of major assistance, and grad school planning.
Career Exploration: Our career counselors can work with you individually to explore your career options, create a job search strategy or help you make academic and professional decisions.
Career Fairs: Provide opportunities to network with employers, as well as, find part-time, full-time and internship opportunities.
Career & Grad School Research: Use our up-to-date Resource Library to make major-to-career choices, learn about companies and industries, or research graduate school programs.
Choosing a Major: Meet with a career counselor to explore the best major for you based upon your interests and career goals.
Drop-In advising: Have your resume or cover letter reviewed, use our Resource Library or Familiarize yourself with Career Center services.
Info Sessions & PR Tables: Both Info Sessions and PR Tables provide students another avenue to meet and discuss opportunities with employers from various industries.
Mock Interviews: Prepare for your next interview by practicing with a career counselor. You'll receive on-the-spot feedback and can have the interview recorded for your review.
On-Campus Interviewing: Zero in on a great job without leaving campus. Each quarter hundreds or employers host Information Sessions and conduct On-Campus interviewing for internship and full-time professional opportunities.
Resource Library: Review labor market information and browse academic and career resources to aid you in your graduate school pursuits, career path planning, and job search endeavors.
Workshops: Topics include Job Search Techniques, Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills and more!
Timeline Student four year plan