About Us

We are a team of professionals dedicated to helping students succeed in their careers.  In addition to career counseling, we help students find jobs today that prepare them for their career. We help students build their résumé, cover letter, practice interviews, and ultimately find their entry-level job.   

Discover your career 
  • Choose a major
  • Explore career options
  • find your career path
Find your job
  • Résumé
  • Cover Letter
  • Interview practice
  • professional appearance
  • Employer research
  • Networking  
Connect to employers
  • Internships
  • Handshake
  • Career Expos
  • Teacher Job Fairs
  • On-campus interviews




Resource Center

The Career Services office has an extensive resource center containing information on all things related to your major or chosen career. Books, files, periodicals - we have it all! Here you can find information on graduate schools, employer profiles, job search skills and techniques, salary/job demand information and employer directories. You will also find more references on interviews, resumes, and information specific to your major or field. Even if you don't have a major, here you'll find resources showing you different jobs you can get with various majors.


We routinely present to classes and teach students valuable career skills. We also host workshops in our office.  To learn more and schedule a presentation, visit here. 

On-Campus Interviews

Employers who are looking to fill open positions within their company come to our office and conduct interviews with students.  Students- you can sign up for an interview on Handshake. 

Cooperative Education (Co-ops)

The Cooperative Education Program affords the student the opportunity to gain a complete education with periods of work related to the student’s major. The Cooperative Education coordinator assists in connecting with meaningful jobs that will give the student practical work experience and financial support to aid in his or her education.

The Cooperative Education coordinator will determine a student’s eligibility to participate in the program. Each student’s record of performance will be periodically reviewed once an active participant, and he or she may be placed on probation or removed from the program if failing to meet minimum requirements.

Employer Co-op Handbook (PDF)