You can meet with a career counselor to discuss a variety of topics including your major, career options associated with your major, interviewing advice, resume and cover letter assistance, job and internship searching strategies, and more.
Self-assessment testing is available to students using the CSO. We provide students the opportunity to take four free assessments through the web resource, MyPlan, as well as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the Strong Interest Inventory (SII) for a nominal fee per assessment. These assessments provide feedback on career options that may be a fit given one's personality (MBTI) and/or interests (SII). Career counselors are available to help students interpret assessment results and connect those results to potential career paths.
Our career library in our centralized office offers 100+ titles on a variety of career-related topics including:
Major-to-career guides and books
Newspapers, special job-related issues of Fortune and Forbes, and other periodicals
General graduate school information
Stop into our library anytime during office hours to access these resources, as well as our computer stations and printer/copier.
The CSO also provides various web resources and career guides to assist students in their career development.
Internship and Job Search Assistance
Students can meet with a counselor and receive personal advising on internship and job search strategies. Counselors will work with students on goal-setting along with refining job searching skills before teaching you how to pursue opportunities in the advertised and hidden job markets.
On-Campus Recruiting/Job Postings
Each year, many organizations visit campus and interview students in the CSO for full-time jobs and internships, as well as post jobs and internships for our students to view. We would encourage you to register on our online career system, JobGrove
, to view these opportunities and to begin to familiarize yourself with this helpful resource. Click HERE
to learn more about our On-Campus Recruiting (Interviewing) Program.
Career Services’ staff members will conduct various workshops/presentations to student groups on career-related topics throughout the school year. Furthermore, our office coordinates numerous events for our students, including our annual fall Career Fair, Internship Fair, Camp Fair, alumni networking events, Professionalism & Etiquette Night, Resume Writing Seminars, alumni mock interviews, and many more. Students are encouraged to go to JobGrove and click on the “Career Fairs and Events” tab for a complete list of on- and off-campus opportunities throughout the school year.
Students can schedule a time to conduct a mock interview with a career counselor. This allows students the opportunity to hone their interviewing skills and receive constructive feedback in order to prepare for internship and full-time job interviews.