College of Business and Innovation

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Information for Students


Career Exploration
Students who are just beginning the career development process  need to perform considerable self-examination before considering an academic major or career path. All College of Business and Innovation students will take Career Development I and II, BUAD 2000 and 3000. These two required courses lead students on a logical progression through the four stages of career development. However, students who wish to get a 'head start', prior to taking Career Development I and II, may considering visiting The Occupational Outlook Handbook or Americas's CareerInfoNet, two of the most widely used, respected resources for occupational information.

Resume Writing Resources
Resumes are living documents subject to continual revision. Although there are abundant available resources, students are advised to have trusted professors, mentors, colleagues, and supervisors review their resumes to offer feedback. The College's Career Development Lecturer will review resumes and offer constructive feedback during her office hours. Prior to visiting Amy, review some of the following resources for resume assistance. Bring a draft to your visit to maximize one-on-one appointment. Help with Your Resume and CV (Comprehensive Look from the Riley Guide)

Interviewing Resources
Visit the following web sites or articles for some of the best interview resources available. Interview Resources from Questions Job-Seekers Can Ask at the Job Interview

Job Search Strategies
Seeking internship, cooperative education or full-time employment opportunities involves more than surfing internet web boards and submitting plain text resumes. Students should be versed and skilled in more than one job search technique to maximize the likelihood of securing gainful employment. The following resources highlight different job search methods. 

How to Job Search

Job Search Methods

Job Banks (linked to America’s CareerInfoNet—a comprehensive list of internet job resources)

Last Updated: 6/26/15