There are a plethora of career paths and possibilities to consider and many great resources to help you navigate the world of work. To help you to identify the opportunities that are right for you, our center, along with programs, people and information throughout our campus community, can help along the way.
You can begin your career exploration by completing some preliminary research on your career. When exploring careers, you will learn about basic information such as job descriptions, employment statistics, job outlook, earning potential, educational training requirements and more.
Visit Career Services for undergraduate students to review resources and activities to aid your career exploration.
Find a Career
The Career Center participates in Career Directions, an on-line job listing and mentoring system, which will allow you to manage your own career account. After completing a brief registration form, you will gain full access to hundreds of employers. You will be able to post your resume to submit to employers, apply for jobs and internships, have access to mentors, participate in on-campus recruitment opportunities, career fairs, and much more.
To get started with your career search, check out Career Directions, a service run by the Center for Career Services and Cooperative Education.