Programs and Classes
Career Services offers a variety of workshops and classes that are designed to help you explore career paths and prepare you for the professional world.
Unsure about your major or how your major could lead to a career path that fits your interests, skills and -dare we say- passion? We offer the Career Self-Assessment Workshop several times throughout the semester to help with these questions.
If you want to deepen your exploration and skills, our 1.0-credit UNIV 102 and 3.0-credit UNIV 224 courses allow students a structured way to explore interests and gain the skills necessary to find your 'calling.'
If you don’t see a course or workshop that meets your needs, we ask you to fill out our workshops by request form for your student organization or class.
Request A Workshop
Career Development Advisors can visit with your class, student group, or campus office. Below are just a few workshop topics that we offer, but we can customize a workshop that meet your needs.
- Overview of the Career Development Center
- Choosing A Major
- Creating a LinkedIn Profile or Professional Portfolio
- Resume/Cover Letter Writing
- Interviewing Skills
- How to Prepare for a Career Fair
- Job/Internship Search
- Professional Networking
*Due to the amount of preparation involved, requests must be made three weeks before the requested program date.