Services for Students

Services for Students

Career Counseling

Experienced career counselors assist students in clarifying career goals, exploring options, examining their interests, values and skills through guided self-assessment. Self-assessment and reflection are essential elements in the career development process.

Cooperative Education (paid/non-academic credit internships)

Co-ops offer students with a minimum of 30 credits the opportunity to test career choices, apply theory to real work situations, and experience a professional work environment prior to graduation.

Career Development Workshops

On-campus workshops focusing on career exploration, assistance with resume and interview preparation, job search techniques and internships are offered throughout the academic year.

Resume Reviews and Guidance

Department staff review and offer constructive feedback on resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles and graduate school essay drafts, following industry best practices.

On-Campus Interviews

The Department hosts on-campus interview visits for employers, which are open to graduating seniors and alumni on a space available basis. Contact the Department for procedures.

Mock Interviews

Counseling staff conduct 1:1 mock interviews with sample questions, and then offer guidance on question responses and nonverbal behaviors. Contact the office for an appointment.

Internship and Job Listings

A wide variety of internship and job postings are available in our Experience database. Students and alumni can also post their resume online for employer review as they search the database for appropriate candidates. Posting a resume online and viewing current job listings requires registration.

Graduate and Professional School Information

General information on applying to Graduate School is provided along with links to obtain information on scholarships and financial assistance.

Sample Faculty Reference Letter for Students

An example of a faculty reference letter for students.