How You Can Help Your Students

By partnering with us, we can help you find the best way to help your students succeed in their career development process.

Explore & Define Career Goals

Send your student to career services to explore career options related to there major or to take career assessments to learn about careers that are compatible with their current interests, personality, skill sets and values. Our online tools webpage is a great place to get started with Career Exploration.
We offer assistance with exploring graduate school options, preparing application materials including resumes and personal statements, and host Kaplan information sessions on graduate admissions testing for GRE/GMAT/MCAT/LSAT.

Enhance Job Search Skills

We offer a variety of resources and services to assist students with preparing their job search documents including resumes and cover letters. Students writing their first resume or looking for help with an existing one can visits us in Rakov for our Career Express drop-in service Monday through Friday from 12–3 pm for help with resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn profile development.

Students who need help with translating their academic experiences into language relevant to an employer could benefit from practicing their interview skills in mock interview with a career counselor or speaking with the Quinn, the A.I. facilitator in Quinncia

Experience Through Jobs, Internships & Networking

We know that students seek your advice and guidance when it comes to finding jobs and internships. Encourage your students to search our online database of jobs. We list all current job and internship opportunities, as well as on-campus jobs through Handshake.

Beyond online job search we can help students develop successful job search strategies including how to network at professional events and how to connect with professionals for an informational interview.

To help students transition to the world of work remind them to gain experience while they are in college through the variety of applied learning experiences here on campus including research, student employment, leadership development, and more!

Writing Recommendation Letters

It is common practice for students to request letters of recommendation from faculty to add to their professional portfolios or to submit with a graduate school application. The National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE) has provided some helpful resources to assist you in working with a referring students: