Explore Careers

You may think of college as a place to get a degree, not develop a career. But students who start their career planning early are more likely to find fulfilling work after graduation. That’s because finding the career takes time.

Every step is a building block. Identifying your passions and interests helps you pick the right major. Choosing a major connects you with the right faculty and mentors, which leads to internships, research opportunities or co-ops in your field. At the Career Development Center, we guide students through this process from the very beginning — orientation — and stay with them until one year after graduation.

Find a Career You Love: The Career Development Center

Not sure what you want to do with your life? Need help preparing for your job search? The Career Development Center can help you create a plan and successfully navigate your career path through career fairs, mock interviews, resume critiques and other resources.

Job Search Tutorials and Tips Videos

Get our Career Guide

Our Career Guide includes sample resumes and cover letters, interview tips and upcoming dates for career fairs and events. Download the 2017-2018 Career Guide (PDF).

Make an Appointment

Questions about our career services for students? Contact us to schedule an appointment.

 

 

4 Year Career Plan

Career development begins well before you graduate. Getting started in your first year — and taking important steps every year after that — will help you stay ahead of the curve. Learn more

Career Courses

Open to students of all majors, our career courses provide a structured approach to career planning and decision-making. Learn more

Career Assessments

A career assessment can’t tell you what career to pursue — but it can help you better understand how your goals and strengths fit into a future career. Learn more

Career Identity Program

The Career Identity Program is a way to learn about your values, interests, and personality — and how they can lead you to a job you love. Learn more