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Meet with a Career Services staff member to design a job search strategy or finalize your graduate/professional school search timeline and plans.
Attend career related events targeted for seniors: Job and Internship Search, Resume Writing, Successful Interviewing, and more.
Ask faculty and employers to be references for you.
Research companies/organizations and the career opportunities they offer. Some good sites include:
Prepare for job interviews or graduate school with a mock interview in Career Services. Our interview guide will help you get started.
Engage in an active job search starting in the Fall semester.
Participate in career fairs and other related events to build your network of contacts in your field of interest.
Complete an internship or career-related work experience if you haven’t already. Some good resources are:
Actively apply for positions. Attend networking events and make the connections for your job search.
Formulate an alternate “Plan B” in case you need to make last minute career adjustments.
Learning how to negotiate a salary is a key part of your job search. This video will give you tips on how to manage the process.
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