Career Center

Types of Appointments

Career Services, Planning & Counseling Appointments


Schedule an appointment with one of our Assistant Career Advisers to discuss Resume Review, Cover Letter Review, Mock Interviews, LinkedIn Review, or Finding On-campus Jobs.  Please bring in a copy of your Resume or Cover Letter to your appointment.

Schedule an appointment  with one of our Career Counselors to discuss Career Assessments, Exploring Majors and Careers, Developing a Job Search Strategy, Salary Negotiation, Portfolio Reviews, Professional Applications or Alumni Advising.

Schedule an appointment with our Internship Coordinator to discuss Internship Search Strategies, Application Materials, Course Based Internship Opportunities, Navigating an Internship Experience or Post Internship Self-Assessment.

Schedule an appointment with our Graduate Program Assistants to discuss Graduate Student Advising, Applying to Graduate Schools, Graduate Resumes, CVs, Cover Letters and Interviews, and Portfolio Development.

Schedule an appointment with our STEM Graduate Career Counselor to discuss Developing a Job & Internship Search Strategy, Career Transition & Exploration, Salary Negotiation, Professional Portfolio Review,  or Alumni Advising.

We encourage you to attend a career workshop before scheduling an appointment with a career counselor

Additional Resources 

Resume Critique or Cover Letter Review

Building a strong resume or writing an effective cover letter is an ongoing process.  It takes time, effort and several revisions before a resume/cover letter will be considered complete.  Advisers in the Career Center are here to help you through the process of formulating and tailoring your resume or letter to a specific job or internship.  In order for us to best assist you, please:

  • Schedule an appointment for 30 minutes
  • Bring a printed copy of your resume and/or cover letter to the appointment
  • Bring a printed copy of the job description if you have one

Mock Interview

Interviews can be intimidating, especially if you are not prepared for the types of questions employers generally ask.  The Career Center offers one-hour mock interviews so that you can develop your interview skills and get a feel for the types of questions you should consider.  Half of this time will be for the "interview" itself, and the remaining time will be spent discussing and evaluating your performance in order to improve for your real interview.  To set up this kind of appointment:

  • Schedule 2 back to back 30 minute appointments
  • Bring a printed copy of your resume AND a job or grad school description to the appointment


Create your professional profile and start connecting with alumni and industry professionals. This is a good way to market your skills, create an online resume and portfolio, get recommendations and endorsements, stay connected and develop your network. 

Schedule an appointment to go over your LinkedIn profile or read these important tips to make your profile stand out! 

Job & Internship Advising

Internships are a great way to build applicable work experience to support your degree of choice. They help you to bridge your academic experience with the world of work and to try out different career options to find a good fit.

You will be asked about the type of internships or jobs that interest you and why. Come to your appointment prepared to discuss your work history, academic major, and future career goals. 

NOTE: It is recommended that you update your resume BEFORE scheduling an appointment. If you would like assistance writing or updating your resume, schedule an appointment for resume review prior to your advising appointment.

Think about these things before your appointment:

  • What is your dream job/internship?
  • Where would you like to work?
  • What skills do you want to gain/refine? 
  • How far are you willing to travel/commute? 
  • How much time can you commit to an internship? (For-credit internships typically require 12-15 hours per week.)


Frequently Asked Questions

Late Policy

Career Services bases many policies and procedures based on professional business etiquette and expectations of a professional work place. Being prompt to appointments is one of those important expectations. Our policy supports that.

A student will be considered a late arrival if they show up 15 minutes after the scheduled appointment time. If the student has notified us to let us know that they are running late (prior to their appointment), they will have the remaining portion of the time scheduled.

If the student has not notified Student Services that they will be late, the appointment will be canceled.  We welcome the student to reschedule for another time.

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