About Career Services

At Career Services, we offer students and alumni a wide variety of support and services with the goal of lifelong career satisfaction. Career Services prides itself on being able to integrate current technology with personal contact, enabling students and alumni to build the skills and relationships they need to successfully compete in an ever-changing world. Below is a list of services we provide. Contact us if you'd like to make an appointment!

Pathways Program

Career Services provides career and major exploration through the Pathways Program. Working with a trained career advisor, you will explore your interests, abilities, and values. To begin the process you may want to look at some resources we have regarding career exploration. It is important to begin thinking about career advisement as a journey and not an event. We look forward to assisting you in your journey.

Self Assessment

Using the resources provided through the Office of Career Services, you will be able to better assess yourself and your career paths. We offer self assessments such as the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the Strong Interest Inventory, and My Plan as a tool to help you better understand yourself, your skills, your interests, and how these can connect to majors and careers. Request an appointment to receive necessary login information to take these assessments and interpret your results.

Job Search Skills

Career Advisors help students develop winning strategies for their job search. Check out the Get Hired Portal to search employment opportunities.

Resume and Cover Letter Critiques

Career Advisors are available to work one-on-one with students to prepare resumes and cover letters. Check out the Get Hired Book for guidance to get you started.

Practice Interviews

Offers students and alumni an opportunity to practice their interview skills and have them critiqued by a career advisor, or possibly an employer.


An internship is an excellent way for students to gain hands-on work experience in their major while earning academic credit and possibly some extra cash. Sometimes completing an internship can lead to direct employment opportunities after graduation. To learn more about internships and the requirements please visit our internship site.

On-Campus Recruitment

We work hard to maintain and expand our working relationships with employers in order to create job and internship opportunities for students and alumni. Each year, hundreds of employers recruit on campus and hire our students. Visit the Get Hired Portal powered by Handshake to see what opportunities you may be interested in.

Graduate School Preparation

Meet with a career advisor to discuss the graduate school search process, graduate school testing, and the application process. Learn more here.

Employer in Residence Program

An opportunity for students to participate in a practice interview with an employer.


Each semester the Office of Career Services hosts a myriad of events to allow students to network with employers, apply for jobs, learn social etiquette skills, and obtain graduate school information. Visit the events page for a complete list.

Get Hired Workshops

In class workshops that provide students with the latest information on  job search, resumes, cover letters, and interviews.