School of Nursing, Room 356
The Center for Career Services provides students and alumni with the opportunity to advance their career development through a variety of services, including the following:
- This service helps undeclared students and alumni identify their likes and dislikes in relation to majors and careers. (If a student has declared a major, h/she will receive career advisement through the school or college Office of Career Services.)
- Interest testing is available through the Center to help students learn more about how their interests relate to majors and careers. Students will meet with a career counselor to discuss test results and recommend next steps.
Career Counseling scheduling
- All on-campus jobs are listed on the Center’s website at Career Services On-Campus Jobs.
- Faculty and Staff who would like to post available on-campus positions should also register through the Career Services On-Campus Jobs page.
- Many workshop topics are offered, including resume writing, job interviewing, how to obtain an internship, getting into graduate school, using Linkedin, Twitter and more! Workshops are viewable at the Online Workshops page.
Cooperative Education (Co-op):
- A co-op is a credit-bearing, work-based learning opportunity created to assist students in exploring how classroom learning applies to the workplace.
- Co-op students are supervised by a Career Advisor from their college or school, a faculty member in their department, as well as by the employer, and receive a grade and course credit for the experience.
How can The Center for Career Services help you as a faculty member?
By providing information to you that is important to your students’ career development concerning:
- The many career choices suited to students in your major
- The importance of career planning
- The value of internships and relevant work experience for career exploration
- The many techniques of an effective job hunt
- How to use the internet for career development
- How to enroll in co-op internships
By providing information to you concerning:
- Legal guidelines for faculty referral of students to employers
- Current trends in employment
- The On-Campus Employment program and the Outstanding Student Employee Awards
- Professional development focused on the philosophy, pedagogy, and best practices of work-based learning
- Support for using teaching as a gateway to scholarship
Semester Office Hours:
Mon. thru Fri. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.