The Career Development Center serves students and alumni with their vocational and career learning. Our services have been designed to assist students in all stages of career planning. We work with undecided students on choosing their majors, and later assist students from all major fields to develop required skills as they seek internships, employment or graduate education. Learn about our services and how we can help.
NEWS FLASH: Have coffee on us! Invite an unregistered student to join you at Pathfinders and receive a $10 voucher for each student attending. Vouchers can be used at the Loft, Stacks or Food for Thought. Invited student must register, attend and list your name as a referral. Offer applies to new registrants only.
The Career Development Center is offering a special opportunity for STUDENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AND STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT DECLARED THEIR MAJORto explore career options.
However, all students are welcome and would benefit from this program.
Event Date - January 31 & February 1, 2019
Explore different career pathways that make the most sense for your unique interests and values. Prepare for your future by learning about your gifts and the type of environment you need to succeed. Complete your 4 assessments (Interests, Values, Personality, and Workplace Preferences) in 20 - 25 minutes. Available to all students and alumni for FREE!
Alumni can access this resource by logging into TommieCareers only. To request for username/password for TommieCareers, click here!
Looking to get more information on a particular career or area of interest? Just ASK! Networking opportunities and alumni support are more important than ever in this rapidly changing job market. Become a member of the LinkedIn group that links Tommies together!
Located on the first floor of Murray-Herrick Campus Center between Academic Counseling and the Registrar's office, you will find the Career Development Center and Career Resource Center. We are open Monday through Fridays except for university observed holidays and closures.