The Career Center offers workshops and events each semester to guide students through each step of the career development process.
Get the information you need on networking, online applications, and using all available resources to land a job. The best workshop to start with - the most important workshop for seniors to attend!
Make a positive first impression with a distinctive résumé and well-written cover letter. Learn do's and don'ts including layout and formatting tips.
Learn interviewing basics and proven techniques to impress employers and highlight your qualifications. Concrete information to help you prepare!
Discover ways to make a positive first impression with advice from the experts! Separate sessions for men and women.
Learn appropriate table manners for a business or professional meal. The first fifty to sign up may attend. Dress professionally!
Perfect for juniors! Learn about how to start the process, including selecting programs, applying, and admissions processes.
Learn how the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is structured, scored, and how to register. Includes an introduction to the verbal section of the exam including an introduction to testing strategies.
Review of the structure and how to register for the GRE. Includes the structure and strategies for the quantitative and analytical sections of the test.
Make the most of your summer break by gaining valuable work experience! Designed for sophomores and juniors, time to find internship sites for summer. Includes a panel of students who have completed internships to provide advice and tips.
If you’re not 100% sure about your major, you’re normal! Learn how to make an informed and confident decision about your major.
Wondering about money matters after graduation, things like insurance, employee benefits, 401K plans, home mortgages, credit history, flex spending? This session by two Central math professors will help explain it all!
Great opportunity, especially for seniors, to learn about all sorts of money matters after college: salary and benefits, savings, investments, mortgages, leasing/renting, insurance, etc.
Meet employers from specific career fields in a casual setting. Introduce yourself, talk about your plans and experiences so far, and ask for advice.
Talk to professionals, many of whom are alumni, in career fields of interest. These events usually begin in a panel format, with opportunity for break-out time with professionals of interest. Find out about internships, trends in the field, and how to best prepare for your future!