Do you have professional development goals for the new year? Are you hoping to be more appropriately engaged with your work and life? Human Resources is offering three powerful trainings to help you take charge.
Faculty and staff can help students gain confidence and feel ready for life after graduation. Here are ways you can help students connect what you are teaching them in your classes to the skills they need to launch their careers.
Career Services is not just about helping students get jobs but also a way for the university to shape graduates who are ready to make a difference in the world. Alumni Hannah Clayton and Callie Habegger share their stories.
For some students, working on campus may be your first job. You can enhance your experience by learning how to contribute in a way that benefits both you and your team. Here are a few tips to make the most of your student job.
ÁùÌ¨²ÊÍ¼¿â±¦µä affiliates now have the opportunity to join Grow with Google to earn free online career certificates that are recognized credentials by many major employers. The program offers flexible learning opportunities for high-demand skills in the digital economy.
While industries may follow different hiring timelines, many companies are actively recruiting ÁùÌ¨²ÊÍ¼¿â±¦µä students for a variety of positions. Career Services offers resources to help you in your job and internship search.
Supervisors can maximize the student experience by guiding professional development and helping students cultivate skills. Here are some tips faculty and staff can apply when supervising student employees.