After determining your career goal, beginning to ENGAGE in campus activities and opportunities is key to further development. There are many opportunities to participate in organizations relating to your major, interests, and future goals on campus. You need to research these opportunities more fully to determine what options are best for you. Finding your place and people on campus increases the likelihood of you finding both academic and career success.
Build your network, build your future!
- Students are able to set up appointments with the Career Center and know the physical location for drop-in visits.
- Students can identify career resources and know-how to access resources to help them accomplish a career-oriented task.
- Students understand career opportunities related to their academic major and begin to research potential career paths.
- Students are able to introduce themselves in various networking scenarios by finding a connected experience or association that relates to their future career goals and articulate this in a confident manner.
- Students are aware of their social media presence begin to portray a professional outlook and have developed a LinkedIn profile that is targeted to their career interests.
Career Studio Supports
The Career Studio Interns support students for both scheduled and drop-in appointments at the Career Center in Scruggs University Center, B12. Connect with the Studio Intern relevant to your major and career path. Our interns are able to help you with the following:
- Exploring Service Learning & Potential Networking Opportunities
- Helping You Research Career Trends/Job Outlooks Related to Your Major
- Reviewing Resume, Cover Letter, and Social Media Profiles
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