Thank you for allowing us to partner with you. We strive to provide you with the most up-to-date career information to help you support your students.
We provide the following opportunities and services:
Important: If you would like a member of the Career Center to make an in-person presentation, a virtual presentation (via Zoom), or to provide a pre-recorded presentation and/or other resources, please complete the following form. We will contact you to confirm the request. Request a presentation by completing the Presentation Request Form.
- Career Center overview: a brief discussion on the various services our office provides to the University community
- Résumé development
- Cover letter development
- Job search
- Linked In
- What can I do with this major?
You may choose to assign your students to visit a member of our staff for various reasons. The most common include the following:
- Résumé/cover letter review
- Mock interviews
- Kuder Journey/assessments
If you wish to assign a career-related project to your class, please complete the Class Assignment Form.
Common reasons for referring students to the Career Center
Following are some examples of how the Career Center can assist your students. All of these services are free to students and alumni.
Individual career counseling
For students who wish to better understand how their interests, personality, values, and skills relate to careers, we offer individual appointments. These appointments vary depending on each student's needs. Career counseling is useful for—
- Students who are undecided on a major
- Students who want to change their major, but either are unsure of a different major or wish to confirm that a major is a good fit for them
- Students who are happy with their major but uncertain about a career path
Assistance with and review of résumés, cover letters, graduate school applications and personal statements, LinkedIn profiles, and other job- or graduate-school-related documents
Students of all majors benefit from practicing job interviews. In addition to in-office or Zoom mock interviews, students can also practice with InterviewStream.
Following are important policies regarding Career Center presentations:
- A minimum of two weeks' notice is required to process a presentation request.
- Career Center presentation hours are from 8:00 a.m. (start time) to 9:00 p.m. (end time), Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. Friday.
- A minimum of 10 students is required to receive approval for a non-class presentation. Student organizations that request presentations during non-work hours (after 5:00 p.m. Monday–Friday) must submit a roster of participating students to the presenting Career Center staff member 24–48 hours before the event.
- The Career Center reserves the right to cancel or modify the delivery of requested material for presentation requests in the following situations: a) outside of Career Center business hours, b) do not meet minimum participation requirements, and c) Career Center staff/GA is not available for the requested non-work hours presentation.
Faculty play a crucial role in students' career development. In her article "How to Best Help Students with Job Searches," Allyson Hoffman provides tips for assisting students with their job search.
Schedule an assignment to help your students understand their careers and what to expect in today's job market.
Presentation/ Class Visit
Schedule a Career Center presentation to help your students learn about the Career Center, career planning, and job searching.