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
- Career readiness
- Resume tips
- LinkedIn tutorial
- Getting recommended
- Career fair preparation
- Interview skills
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.