The mission of Career Services is to serve as a vital link between the academic preparation that takes place in the classroom and the transition to the workplace.
If you’d like more information on effective interviewing, job search strategies, resume writing, cover letter writing, or planning for graduate school, informational guides are available through the Information & Resources link in the left column.
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Career Resource Library
The library contains a wide assortment of occupational literature, corporate information, books, videos, periodicals, graduate school material, current professional-level job announcements, and salary surveys. Announcements are also posted for volunteer and internship opportunities, as well as full-time and part-time, off-campus jobs. Computers with website access are provided, which enable students to conduct online job and salary research as part of their career planning strategy.
On-Campus Interviews with Employers
Employers from business, industry, and government visit our campus to recruit seniors and recent alumni for full-time, professional-level employment. Students are then able to sign-up for on-campus interviews with employers directly. Meeting rooms are available for recruiters to conduct these important interviews on campus.