The mission of the Career Development Center is to empower students to define and achieve their career goals. Maximize your career planning and job hunting skills by taking advantage of our broad range of services:
Many local and regional employers contact our office for their hiring needs. You can view these listings through a Trailblazer account.
Career Planning Guides
Begin your senior year by reading the outstanding planning guides ordered just for you (Job Search Handbook for Educators or Planning Job Choices). They will take you step by step through the job search process, offer insights into planning for graduate school and tips on how to market yourself most effectively.
Job Search & Resume Writing
Students should submit their resume to Trailblazer. By doing so this on-line service will enable you to create a professional quality resume and register with the Career Center for computerized job referral.
For students who need assistance clarifying their career goals, a variety of career assessments are available. Counselors will recommend the appropriate instrument and interpret the results. The Strong Interest Inventory and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) are available to all students. Assessments are taken on-line and then an appointment must be made with a career counselor to review results.
Personalized Career Guidance
Unsure about what types of jobs your major qualifies you for? Don't know where or how to look for a job? Getting interviews, but no offers? Professional counselors will schedule day or evening appointments to help you with decision-making and career-pathing, resume writing, interview skills, strategies to penetrate the job market and much more.
Underclassmen, in addition to seniors, are encouraged to attend these campus events to network and explore a wide variety of current and potential employment opportunities. Check our homepage, bulletin boards and public relations materials for programs and dates, including graduate school and job fairs at other locations.