Your career starts right here, right now.
Getting a job requires more than a degree. Employers want well-rounded graduates with professional attitudes and skills developed through experiences beyond the classroom.
It's never too early—or too late—to plan for your future. With the right type of coaching, mentoring and practice, we'll help get you there.
Virtual Career Tools
Data provided by spring 2014 graduates. See more career outcome data.
Students on the Move
Major: Business Administration - International Business
"The Career and Professional Development Center has helped me with my professional image and brand. I've become more aware of how to act in a business setting and how to interact with my professional network."
"The staff [at the Career and Professional Development Center] are teachers, counselors and great friends who will lend a ear with appropriate advice to help in anyway they can, and I am a product of their handwork and relentless time put in to cultivate a professional student."
Major: Digital Communication
“I love the Career and Professional Development Center because it gives me the tools to move my career forward.”
Program: Applied Psychology
"The Career Center has been an incredible resource in furthering both my development as a student as well as a professional. ... I learned both job search techniques and career development skills that make me feel more prepared and confident in taking on the work world after graduation. The staff has been amazing throughout my entire experience and really helped me transition into my new professional role."
Major: Business Administration
"The Career and Professional Development Center has helped me in many ways, including sharpening my resume and doing a mock interview. I now have a better understanding of the interview process and how a person should act and respond to questions. They have also helped me immensely to grow into the young professional that I am and get the internship that I have today."
Program: Human Services Administration
"[The Career and Professional Development Center] helped transform me into a professional, from my attire to my attitude to my speech. Because of that I am now employed by a learning center where I manage their seven locations. I am also a finalist for Teach for America."
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