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Student Center, Room 306
21 W. Mt. Royal Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21201
phone: 410.837.5440
fax: 410.837.5566

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Ongoing Programming

Be Ready Workshops
Ongoing throughout the semester
Be Ready workshops cover various professional development topics to aid you in your career path. Find out more about upcoming workshops here.

Job Search Group
Wednesdays, Nov. 4, 11 and 18, 1-3 p.m.
Want to step up your job search? It's time to do something different. Research shows that joining a job search group can help you find your job faster, easier and at a higher rate of pay, and our groups have a record of success. Register here. A $25 fee covers course materials.

Online and In-Person Career Coaching

Walk-In Resume Reviews
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 3-5 p.m.
Student Center, Room 306
No appointment needed; just bring your resume to speak with one of our career coaches.

Virtual Career Coaching
Career coaching is now available via Skype and phone for students and alumni with busy schedules. To schedule an appointment:

  • log in to MyUB and select the UBworks icon from the "Tools" section
  • once you are logged in, click on "Request an Appointment."

Perfect Your Pitch
ongoing, online
Record your pitch (30-second elevator speech) and get confidential feedback from a UB career coach.

1. Go to
2. Create an account using your ubalt e-mail
3. Select "Conduct Interview"
4. Choose "Perfect Your Pitch"

University of Baltimore's 1st Annual Experiential Learning Showcase
Application Deadline: Wednesday, Nov. 26
Showcase: Tuesday, Feb. 3, 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

This event is an opportunity for students to share experiential learning projects (including Research and Project Based Learning, Internship, Study Abroad/Global Field Study, Community Engagement, and Service Learning) in a ten-minute presentation to peers, staff, faculty, parents, and alumni.  In addition, hear from a panel of University of Baltimore alumni who participated in experiential learning and learn how their experience impacted them.

Students across all disciplines must submit an application form to Dr. Darien Ripple ( in the Office of Academic Innovation by November 26, 2014. 

Sponsored by the Career and Professional Development Center, Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Office of Alumni Relations, and Office of Academic Innovation.

Public Service Scholars Program Visibility Table
Thursday, Dec. 4, Noon-3 p.m.
UB Student Center Lobby

The Shriver Center at UMBC coordinates the Public Service Scholars programs on behalf of the State of Maryland.  Through these programs, students receive stipends explore careers in public service and nonprofit organizations.  In addition to the full-time substantive work students engage in at their host sites, they attend supplemental seminars, site visits, and work together in groups to apply the knowledge gained through the program to solve real world problems.  Learn about their summer internship opportunities.