Career Resources

 
The CEC has many resources to help you explore career options, including career advisors, workshops, assessments, and a career library. They also have great tips on career exploration strategies like informational interviewing and job shadowing. 
 
 
Each school or college has their own Career Center to support the needs of their students. Resources may include:
 
  • Career and internship advising
  • Help with resumes and cover letters
  • Career fairs
  • Employer information sessions
  • Networking opportunities
  • Mock interviews
 
Advisors in CCAS help students who are undecided, undeclared, and need some help getting started. They can help you explore your interests and get connected to resources. This is a good place to start if you have general questions about exploring careers or majors.
 
 
The International Internship Program is a campus resource for undergraduates from all majors seeking internships or co-ops abroad or with an international focus in the U.S. They provide advising and resources to help you get started exploring international internship opportunities, applying for scholarships and getting course credit.
 
 
 
ACSSS provides support as well as career and education planning for nontraditional, adult, and University Special students. Visit their site to get more information on:
 
  • Assessment Evaluation
  • Career Workshops
  • Individual Advising
  • Job loss and job search resources
 
The Writing Center offers many workshops or individual help with:
 
  • Resumes
  • Cover letters
  • Application essays
  • Statements of Purpose
  • Writing Proposals
 

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