This section provides information, self-help materials, and more resources to help you access our services.
We are committed to providing the best possible information, advice and opportunities related to your career and leadership potential.
This section helps you plan out your college years in regards to using the Career Center and it's resources to help you successful pursue your career goals.
At the Career Center, we can help you gather information about career choices, sift through that information, devise a plan to prepare for your career, and guide you toward your future.
A resume details your professional preparation and background as they relate to your current career objective. It should be easy to read and a potential employer should be able to quickly identify your strengths and abilities.
Virtually every survey of employers demonstrates one truth: students with internship experience as part of their undergraduate career are more likely to receive job offers, at a higher salary rate, than those students who do not have any experiential education.
Finding a job is a job... A college degree doesn't guarantee you anything, but with one, you have an advantage over those who don't: You have knowledge, problem solving skills, critical thinking abilities and persistence.
Tips to help you ace that upcoming interview.
Are you considering graduate school? If so, there are several things you should be aware of. Use our graduate school section to help you apply to the school that is right for you.
Need help making financial decisions about your job? Check out the Life After College section for answers.
Free professional clothing for current students. Items can be used for class presentations, conferences, interviews, etc.
A listing of online career resources for veterans.