From sample resumes to networking tips to choosing a major, the following resources are designed to help you on your career path. If you have any questions, please email or call us at 304-696-2370.

Office of Career Education YouTube Channel: Check out Career Ed: Live! where staff members talk about everything from navigating a tough job market to seeking out internships!

Candid Career : Candid Career has thousands of career videos to help you find your dream job. Want interview tips, job information, or career guidance for students?

Disney College Program : Everything you need to know about how to successfully apply for the DCP!

Dress For Your Success : Wearing professional attire to interviews, career fairs and jobs plays a key role in your future success. However, knowing what to wear can be a struggle sometimes.

How To Apply For Federal Government Jobs : The federal government application process and the resume writing rules are different from the ones used in the private or nonprofit sectors.

Job Search Resources : Explore dedicated job search websites

Marshall Mentor Network : Over 70 Marshall alumni and other professionals are registered on the Marshall Mentor Network waiting for a mentee!

Networking Tips : Not sure what to say when you talk to potential employers? Click here!

Salary Calculator : The NACE Salary Calculator Center is a salary survey data resource designed to save you time and money, and provide you with reliable and proven results- in minutes!

Social Media and the Job Search : Don’t let a tweet cost you a future job!

Four Year Planning Checklist : Career Planning list

Freshman Checklist : Get the most out of your freshman year!

Career Education COVID-19 Update

The global COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all facets of our lives. The rapid spread of this virus has caused communities worldwide to reinvent how we interact socially and maintain the communities in which we live and work.

Students: The Office of Career Education staff are available via email and video for online appointments and related services.

Employers: We realize that COVID-19 is impacting participation in campus recruitment events and workforce planning. Learn about ways to stay connected with the Office of Career Education.