We believe in helping you find opportunities on and off campus to build your skills and prepare for your success in life and your career. The Center for Career and Professional Development provides resources that will help you find internships and full-time jobs, prepare for job interviews and explore your career options.
Resources to Help You On Your Way
- College-to-Career Program
The College-to-Career Program is a non-academic graduation requirement for all students, beginning with the Fall 2015 entering class of first-year students. Some requirements include attending professional development seminars and conferences, career assessments, mock interviews, study abroad sessions and one-on-one career counseling appointments.
- Job Database
CSO, a private online job database, allows for a one-stop-shop that gives you access to part-time, full-time and internship opportunities from a variety of employers and industries. The database will also give you access to events and a resource library with sample templates. Click here to register.
Internships are an opportunity for you to apply classroom knowledge in a professional work setting. These entry-level learning experiences will better prepare you for any career. CSO will provide available internships and internship requirements and guidelines. Read about recent or upcoming student internships.
- Templates and Additional Resources
Within the CSO, we provide a wide variety of resources, including resume and cover letter templates, sample professional writing documents, interview preparation materials, links to job search websites and more.