Career advising appointments, drop-in hours, and other resources are available to assist students remotely.
Is an internship worth the time and commitment? These Redbirds answer with a resounding “yes!”
Are you familiar with how to use LinkedIn for your career? The Career Center shows Redbirds how to effectively utilize the online tool to build professional contacts and career connections, and to identify career opportunities.
Brenton Kane, Amanda Papinchock, and Troy Hinkle will be honored with university Academic Advising Awards on February 7.
The Career Center helps students identify and explore career paths.
Corey Burgess of University College is the recipient of a Living Our Values Award. She is the first recipient to be nominated by two students.
Redbird Mila Wendt shares how vital technology is to one’s career; and although it can be intimidating, it is not as hard as it seems.
Alumna Candice Halbert will speak at the Charles Morris STEM Social, where students interested in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) can network with faculty.
The entire campus community is invited to hear the stories and celebrate first generation students at the First Generation Celebration on November 7-8, hosted by the TRIO program in University College.
Attending college can be scary, especially if you don’t know exactly what you want to do in the future. The Career Center can guide you in the right direction.