The Career Development Office assists students and alumni in developing, evaluating, and effectively implementing their career plans. We offer a wide range of services and programs, which include self-assessment, career exploration, developing job leads, and graduate school planning, much of which is available here on our web site.
So whether you are just beginning your college career, preparing for your first professional position, or changing careers, we are here to assist you. Please visit our site often or stop by our office. We look forward to working with you!
Monday – Friday
9 am – noon
1 pm – 4 pm
Director of Admissions
Career Services/Alumni Relations
202 Powers Hall
Each year, the Career Services Office invites graduates from the past year to complete a Graduate Placement Survey where graduates have the opportunity to indicate whether they are working in their chosen field of study, whether they are working in or out-of-state, their employer and job title.
The results are summarized for the entire graduating class, as well as for each major, by year.
Choosing and attaining meaningful post graduation employment is an important challenge for college students. You and your fellow students are expected to be active participants; for this process to be successful, everyone involved must work together.
To succeed in today’s job market, you must:
- Start Early
- Start with your Campus Career Center
- Research Industries, Jobs and Employers and
Top Skills and Qualities of the Perfect Candidate:
|Communication Skills (verbal & written)||Computer Skills|
|Interpersonal Skills||Detail Oriented|
|Teamwork Skills||Problem-solving Skills|
|Leadership Skills||Technical Skills|
|Analytical Skills||Organizational Skills|
Source: Job Outlook 2011: National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)
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