To get started on your own:
- Visit our Student/Alumni Career Paths page to learn about what current students and alumni have done with their majors/minors.
- FirstHand (formerly Vault): Career guides; job & internship listings, employer profiles & rankings; discussion boards, industry blogs, diversity rankings, green programs and leadership development profiles. On-campus users can access the site directly. Off-campus users access via Handshake (Resources).
- Day in the Life of: Discover the best profession for your skills and interests with in-depth profession overviews. Gain insight on the main duties of each profession, the work environment, training requirements, advancement prospects and more.
- Explore Careers: Discover the best profession for your skills and interests with in-depth profession overviews. Gain insight on the main duties of each profession, the work environment, training requirements, advancement prospects and more.
- America's Career Infonet: This site is part of the US Department of Labor sponsored Career Kit.
- Occupational Outlook: The Bureau of Labor and Statistics resource to learn about careers, including nature of work, working conditions, educational qualifications, job outlook and more.
- One Day One Job: Highlights one company each day and discusses its entry-level job offerings. The posts are completely editorial in nature, and give students a starting point for researching a company.
Funding from Career Services
Does your campus group want to sponsor a career-related event on campus? Any student group can apply for funding for an event that welcomes and invites all students. Please apply early because we only have a limited amount of funding.