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Career Center

Help yourself to a better career

Career Center helps you develop your career building skills by providing tools and guidance, and creating opportunities. Career Center can support you as you choose a goal, create a career plan, and master tools to manage your career development.

Career Center provides free access to these tools for you to explore options, search for jobs and internships, and develop your career competencies:

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Shake hands with your future employer

Handshake is an online job board and career management platform connecting you to employers. Current students log in with their university email. For access for alumni, contact the Career Center.

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Plan your process for career success

Assess your career readiness, get matched with career possibilities that fit your interests, and create a program to develop career competencies. Registration required; use access code "metro" when prompted.

What can I do with this major

Apply your major to your future

WCIDWTM has common career areas, typical employers, and strategies for maximum career opportunities for hundreds of majors.

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Learn from the experiences of others

Watch interviews with professionals from an array of backgrounds who are working in a variety of careers.

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Build your professional network

Meet employers, students, and alumni in the Career Center's LinkedIn group.

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Take charge of your career

Experience learning pathways designed for you by the Career Center on the steps you can take to be successful in finding a job after graduation and learning about what skills employers want.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who does the Career Center serve?

Prospective students, students, and alumni.

What major will guarantee me a job?

No major guarantees you a job. In fact, many job seekers are surprised to learn that employers care more about your experience than your specific major. Employers want to see how you apply your classroom learning to your professional self. A major will not define your career path or close off opportunities for you. Pick a major you are interested in and work towards gaining real world experience while you are in school.