This website is best viewed in a browser that supports web standards.
Skip to content or, if you would rather, Skip to navigation.
- Now, list the Top 5 majors you are considering at this point.
- Explore possibilities with each major.
This will help you focus. Choosing a major is a process of self-exploration.
employment options and/or continuing education options.
- Attend events (Workshops, “Mock” Interview Day, Career Day, and/or Education
Expo) to learn about internships, graduate schools, full-time employment and
other career related topics.
- Network with professionals in your field whenever possible.
- Schedule an
appointment with Career Services to discuss your own individualized post-graduate plan.
- If pursing additional education take the appropriate entrance exams.
- Apply for
graduate programs (first choice/back-ups) based upon review of school
information and faculty advice.
- Secure faculty
letters of recommendation for graduate/professional school applications and confirm
references for your job search.
- Complete a final
draft of your resume; revisit employment opportunities frequently.
- Fine-tune your
interviewing skills. Review common
interview questions and participate in “mock” interviews.
- Consider your
- Continue to build
and utilize your network. Contact
friends, family, past work supervisors, and alums who can provide advice about entering
into the field/industry of your choice.
- Conduct research
on employers within your field/industry of interest. Review professional journals, employer
directories, and information available directly from the employer.