Career Services

Career Services provides the resources and strategies for choosing a college major; developing career plans; finding and preparing for jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities, and making successful career transitions. Career Services staff provide support through one-on-one meetings, group meetings, classroom visits, and workshops Services are free and open to students, alumni, and community members. 

Resources and support for students, alumni, and community members: 

  • Guidance with identifying interests to explore career options or select a program of study. 
  • Information about employment outlooks, labor trends, wages, and job preparation. 
  • Resources to explore education programs, transfer schools and scholarship information. 
  • Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessments, including a career report and 90-minute small group interpretation of results. 
  • An online job and internship database, Penguin Jobs, located on the Career Services website: 
  • Institutional hire job referrals for on- and off-campus student employment opportunities. 
  • Assistance with resume writing, cover letters, and interviewing skills. 
  • Job- and career-related workshops and resources.

 Employer services: 

  • Free advertisement of job and internship opportunities through Penguin Jobs. 
  • Free on-campus recruiting table.
  • Career engagement events.