The Goal of the Office of Career Development is to assist students and alumni with their career planning. as they explore major and career pathways that are meaningful to them. Services offered include assessment and counseling, explore majors and career pathways, draft resumes and cover letters, learn job search strategies, prepare for interviews, and manage their network and social media and set attainable life and career goals.
Nov. 5th 12 p.m. Student Center 211
Lori Michael and Ashley Turner of Women’s Business Alliance will be on campus to give student’s helpful tips and tricks to help them ace their next interview.
Nov. 11th 12 p.m. In the Caff
Hosted by Matt Sullivan (’85) and Joe Turlington of New York Life. Bring a copy of your resume and a laptop and get helpful tips to make sure your resume gets noticed.
Nov. 12th 10- 1 p.m.
Justice and Service Job Fair
Come network with professionals in the justice and service work force. Learn more about your Major or set up a future internship interview possibility. For more information just contact us here at Career Development!
Nov. 17th 12 p.m. LeBlanc
Fall Kick Starter
Come our Fall Career Kick Starter workshop. There will be stations for social media management, job search strategies, managing credit, and a LinkedIn photo shoot! Don’t miss out on a great opportunity!
Nov. 19th 12 p.m. LeBlanc
Mastering the Interview
Hosted by Laura Stevens of Verizon Wireless this workshop will help students master the technique for a perfect interview. Learn what employers are looking for and what bad interview habits you might have!
Introducing Three New Resources Aimed to Help You Reach Your Career Goals
CareerBeam is a comprehensive, 24/7, user-friendly program that helps you determine what you want in your career and offers the steps to achieve it. It is a self-paced process to help you clarify your career goals, develop a professional resume and cover letter, prepare for interviews, develop a network, and implement a strategic career search.
While it is important that you study something you are passionate about, it is essential to know what you can do with your degree. The opportunities are broader than you might think. What Can I Do With This Major? is compiled from alumni reports. It’s not always what you study, but what you plan for.
Who are the employers and are they hiring? The answer to those questions might start with Buzzfile -a new, nationwide company data base. Search for employers by major, location, industry, and size. Company profiles give all the information you need to know and, in most case, link directly to employer webpages -where the jobs are posted!