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Center for Career & Vocation

Grades are only a part of a student's self-marketing package. Employers also value experience outside the classroom. By pursuing part-time jobs, internships, volunteer experience, and extracurricular activities, students will learn more about themselves while building their resumes!

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On-Campus Jobs

The primary objective of student employment is to enhance the students’ education by nurturing strong work habits and Christian ethics.

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Internships are opportunities to gain practical work experience in a variety of fields.

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Networking is a vital part of career development and job hunting. Simply stated, it is the art of actively getting to know people.

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An interview provides you the opportunity to articulate your experience in a way that is meaningful to a prospective employer.

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Salary Negotiations

Explore tips for first-time salary negotiations, uncertainty, raise/promotion negotiations, and new job offer negotiations.

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Success on the Job

Your first year on the job is a great opportunity to learn more about yourself, assess your strengths and weaknesses, and start devising a long-term career path.

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Federal & State Jobs

There are roughly 2 million civilian government jobs at more than 120 federal departments and agencies, not including the U.S. Postal Service. These jobs are available in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, all U.S. territories, and more than 140 foreign countries worldwide.

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Job Scams

Not all employment opportunities are legitimate. Some organizations may pose as potential employers to collect personal information from or to defraud job seekers. Learn the warning signs.

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Meet Your Career Coach

Work with a Career Coach on all stages of your career development, from choosing a major to preparing career documents and mock interviews. They are here to help.

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