Resources for Students
Completing a degree program and preparing for today's job market requires students to be well prepared, creative, and able to use a variety of programs and services that will help them develop necessary skills. To provide our students with the most up-to-date and comprehensive career development tools, the Center for Career Services offers an array of career planning services that help students decide what major to pursue, what career best suits them, or to begin the all important job search process.
Make an appointment
Meet with a Career Coach to address specific concerns regarding choosing a major, career planning, developing your resume and/or cover letter, and interviewing skills.
find a job
Visit JOBSs: an online job board available to students and alumni looking for full-time or part-time work, co-ops, internships, and on-campus student employment.
How to utilize JOBSs
How to utilize JOBSs
EventsSee details about all of our events.
Career & Internship Fair: Spring 2019 Date TBA
Resumania: Fall 2018 Dates TBA
Majors Expo: Fall 2018 Date TBA
Non-Profit Networking Event: Fall 2018 Date TBA
Ongoing Events: On-Campus Interviewing Program, Informational Recruitment Tables, Workshops/Presentations
Use the Four Year Career Planning Guide in our handbook to stay on track with career planning activities such as choosing a major, getting career-related experience with co-ops or internships, and beginning your first professional job search. In addition, you will find a 5 step plan to help you choose a major, tips to help you with your job search, interviewing strategies, and samples to help you with creating your resume, cover letter, and post-interview thank you letters.
learn about yourself
Focus: is a self-paced online tool that will help you explore career paths and select the major area of study to support your career goals.
Resources by Major: Resources are arranged by the academic school. Browse through links that are relevant to your major and related career field.
Try out career options prior to graduation and gain valuable career-related experience while earning academic credit and money.