The Office of Career Education assists students in self-assessment of skills, interests, and career goals; exploring and declaring a major; developing pertinent experience through employment, internships, community based learning and campus involvement; and becoming career ready through interviewing/resume workshops, networking, Career Expos and the job search. For all specific questions regarding changing majors, class schedules, and four year plans please consult your academic advisor.
The Office provides services at two locations: the Student Resource Center in the Memorial Student Center and theCareer Services Center on the corner of 5th Ave. and 17th St.
The Student Resource Center, a division of Career Education, assists freshmen, sophomores, and transfer students in aligning academic goals with career goals, leading to the appropriate choice of major and long-term student persistence and success. SRC staff members are also available to answer academic resource questions and to evaluate the resource needs of any student who walks into the SRC.
The Career Services Center, a division of the Office of Career Education, assists students in all phases of professional development leading to a career. Career Counselors guide students in effective resume building and interviewing skills. In addition, students are offered practical, hands-on techniques for networking and searching for part-time, internship, and entry-level employment.