Information for Students

Dear Students & Alumni:

Welcome to the Career and Outreach Services Website. By visiting our website, you have taken an important step in preparing yourself for securing a position within your major.

Career Services, in support of the University’s mission, offers a variety of programs designed to provide professional development, career readiness, and placement and employment assistance for students and alumni. The overall objectives are to satisfy the needs and gain the confidence of our primary customers – students and employers. The service delivery model is geared toward assisting you in relating your personal qualifications, education and experiences to the employment market.

We invite you to register with Career and Outreach Services, if you have not done so already. We also encourage you to register on NACELink, our electronic service for scheduling campus interviews. Your completing this information now gives you an edge in having your information up to date and ready for prospective employers.

Student Guide

Need to Know ….
Professional Job Network Email Correspondence
Expect From Employers Professional Etiquette
Expect From the Career Center Interview
How to Find the Job Questions Asked by Employers
Networking Questions to Ask Employers
Register with Career Center Ten Rules of Interviewing
Registration Consent Statement Turning the Tables in the Interview
Students Should… What Happens During the Interview?
Tapping the Hidden Job Market Letters
No Show and Late Cancellation Policy Cover Letter
Résumé Writing Thank you – Interview Letter
Chronological Résumé Follow up Letter
Functional Résumé Letter of Application
Reference List Dress
Teaching Résumé Dress for Success
Technical Résumé Attire for an Interview
The Three Rs
Top 10 Pitfalls


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