Planning for a Successful Career
Whether just beginning college or approaching graduation, the Center for Career Development can help you explore majors and careers, seek internships and develop professional and job search skills. The Center is also here to help you prepare for future success either in assisting with your job search or by pursuing advanced degrees.
We have many offerings throughout the year to assist in the successful transition from classroom to the workplace. These programs will help you gain experience, secure a job and grow as a professional.
- Career Exploration: Figuring out what career path to take can be confusing. Learn what you can do with a major.
- Career-Related Experiences: Internships, part-time work and volunteering are excellent ways for you to gain valuable experience, learn about careers and start to network with professionals. We can assist you in finding these opportunities.
- Job Search: We offer one-on-one, individual career counseling to meet your individual needs. This professional guidance provides resume and cover letter critiques, mock interviews, interest assessment testing to help explore career opportunities and clarify personal goals, job search preparation and job fair information.
- Professional: We facilitate lifelong career management by helping you develop the professional skills necessary to become contributing members of the workplace, community and world.
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