The Career Development Center is open and here to support you. All of our services are now remote and there are lots of things you can do to continue working toward your career goals, such as participating in a micro-internship. See below for information on our virtual drop-in service, virtual career fairs and events, and online tools.
Visit the main Career Development Center website to find resources and answers for the most common career-related questions. Contact the CDC for specific questions or help in your own career journey.
Virtual drop-ins — where career assistants share resources and provide help with résumés, cover letters, job searching strategies and interview preparation — will return in the fall. In the meantime, take advantage of our online resources and/or make an appointment with your career advisor.
During the academic year, the Career Development Center offers workshops on résumés and cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, networking strategies, CDC resources and salary negotiation.
Need more specialized help for your field or industry? Speak with an assistant director of career education for your college. Find out who they are at our directory. Make an appointment with them in Handshake. Business students may access the College of Business Career Success Center at the link below.
Our online resources provide feedback on your résumé or CV, resources for career exploration, and job searching and practice interviewing tools you can use from anywhere. You can also download our career guide to guide you wherever you are in your career path. Check out the Career Development Center overview or download our career guide for more comprehensive career advice.