Let Us Help You Get Career-Ready!
Becoming career-ready means more than having a resume and LinkedIn profile. It’s about self-reflection, awareness of yourself and your impact on your community, establishing your career identity, and self-efficacy in professional decisions.
No matter where you are in your career readiness journey, the Center for Student Professional Development’s Career Services team is here to support you with individualized attention every step of the way.
Self and Career Exploration
It’s okay to not know exactly where the path from college-to-career may lead. From subscriptions to resources like “What Can I Do with This Major?” and myPlan.com assessments to the Industry-Geared NITE (IGNITE) series, we strive to provide the best tools to empower you in your career discovery and exploration.
As you develop clarity on your major and possible career choices, we encourage you to take advantage of the many hands-on activities to develop your professional skills. Now is a great time to begin your E360 activities and attend a Job and Internship Fair.
Whether you are preparing for graduate school or planning for full-time employment, we have the tools to support you. Many students benefit from attending a Job and Internship Fair or a one-on-one career counseling appointment. We can help to make your resume applicant tracking system (ATS) friendly and practice both in-person and virtual interviews.
As you prepare for graduation and land your first professional position outside of college, the first year after college can be overwhelming. From understanding office culture to navigating salary negotiation, we can help make the learning curve a little less steep.
Career Services Mission
To be a liaison between employers and our faculty and students and to connect students to resources and opportunities for their career development needs. We do this through advising, programming, presentations, staff professional development and association memberships, and employer relationship management.