Career Services develops and maintains relationships with employers to determine hiring needs and to facilitate employment of students, externship placement, and graduate employment in a position related to their field of study.
Although Career Advisors maintain contact with several employers to identify employment opportunities, students are also expected to actively participate in their employment search campaign and to assume ultimate responsibility for their employment.
Our career services team works with students both before and after they graduate. Before entering the job market, students can count on career advisors for guidance on:
- Career Fairs
- Resume Writing
- Interviewing Techniques
- Salary Negotiation Skills
- Federal Work Study (per campus)
- Alumni Search Service
- Career Development Workshops
- Graduate Employment Assistance
- Student Employment During Enrollment
Then, students can get assistance looking for internships, part-time and full-time work.