Faculty and Staff Services and Resources

Regardless of the class level of your students, the Career Center has tools and resources that can complement a strong academic curriculum to further advance students’ professional preparation and career development.  

Don’t cancel class if you are unable to be in attendance. Career Center staff will be happy to present on a variety of topics that complement your curriculum – from helping students identify resources for choosing a major to developing resumes and cover letters, increasing their knowledge of interview skills, job searching and more! Submit a request here.

The Career Center can provide an added dimension to class assignments – whether that includes assigning students to submit resumes to the Career Center for review, requiring mock interviews or providing grades or extra credit for students attending Career Center events. Review class assignment procedure here.

Career Center staff members are happy to meet with students on a one-on-one basis for various appointment types, including career counseling, major exploration, career assessment, mock interviews, job search, career planning and more.  Please feel free to call or email our office to set up an appointment for your student while you’re with them or send them to our office to schedule a meeting time.  You may also wish to provide resources for your students.

The Career Center maintains a professional clothing closet for students to check out interview and professional attire for FREE.  If you have a student in need of professional clothing, send them our way!

We offer a number of events each semester, including career fairs, panel discussions and workshops.  Encourage your students to attend our events for extra credit!

When employers request names of students as candidates for jobs or internships, refer them to the Career Center! This helps avoid conflict of interest or liability issues and allows you to focus on teaching. Be sure to review NACE Faculty Guide for Ethical and Legal Student Hiring. 

Find tips on writing an effective letter of reference for a student here.

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