Get to Know Us
Visit the Career Development Center in 226 Bush Hall (next to the Library Café)
Create Your Resume
Use Optimal Resume to create professional resumes, cover letters, e-portfolios and practice interview questions (Open in Firefox or Google Chrome)
Resume and Cover Letter critiques are available free of charge!
Available by appointment (call 746-4590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Must be created and submitted via Optimal Resume (no uploads)
Search for Jobs
Search for Job and Internship Opportunities on College Central Network
Join the Career & Business Development Facebook group to receive postings and career event updates
Get Transfer Advice
Consider Your Career Plan
Introduce yourself to the Career & Business Development staff.
Write your resume – this may seem early, but there is no better time to start. Resumes can, and should, be updated regularly. Create an account in our online resume and cover letter building program, Optimal Resume.
Assess your interests and skills with the Career Cruising online assessment tool.
Research internship opportunities.
Join on-campus clubs and organizations that will help you explore your career interests and develop new skills.
Talk to family, friends and advisors about career interests and begin exploring them via online tools.
College Central Network (Includes career related podcasts)
O*Net (Occupational information sponsored by the US Department of Labor)
Occupational Outlook Handbook (Guide to career information for hundreds of occupations)
Learn to interview early in your senior year. Set up a practice interview with the Career & Business Development office.
Generate a prospective list of potential places to work or attend school. Seek out people in these organizations that you can network with.
Do your homework! Learn everything you can about the field and the employers you are interested in.
Fine tune your resume, cover letter, portfolio and reference lists.
Search for job and internship opportunities on College Central Network.