From polishing the resume, to developing a strategy for job interviews and networking with prospective employers, the Career Center sets students up for success when preparing to enter the workforce.

The usual purpose of a resume is to obtain an interview; thus a well written resume can be a vital asset in the internship, co-op or job search. Please note that we have a separate section customized for seeking a career in academia.
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Every interaction you have with an potential employer is important. Make sure that you are mindful of the appropriate conventions when you write thank-you letters, cover letters and resurrection letters.
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The Engineering Career Center offers resources to help students prepare for interviews. Students can even participate in mock interviews online.
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Find guidance on developing and maintaining a professional image online as well as quick tips for applying for positions online.
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Professional and academic references take time and effort to establish. This section gives you a set of basic guidelines for making those connections.
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If you have multiple job offers, weighing your options can be challenging. Find information on negotiating salary and help with the evaluation process.
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