Let us assist you in your efforts to prepare your students for their professional journey. Our trained Career Advisors are available to assist students with their career development needs. Employers communicate their expectations to us, and we relay those expectations to our students in order to prepare them for their career path. We have found that students who do not seek out services on their own are the ones that need the most help. By integrating career development into your curriculum and pushing students to utilize the Career Services Center, we can help minimize the number of students who need assistance. Listed below are various services our office specializes in.
Partner with Career Services to integrate career development experiences into your students’ academic plan. Assign your students to have their resumes reviewed, perform a mock interview or just visit the Career Services Center to meet their Career Advisor.
- Individualized Career Plans
- Resume and Cover Letter Assistance
- Interview Preparation
- Part-time, Internship and Full-time Job Search Assistance
- On-campus Interviews
- Career Expos
- Graduate/Professional School Preparation
- Career Readiness Course
Approximately 800 employers visit our campus each year to recruit our students for
internships & full-time positions. Encourage your students to attend one of our many
employer networking events.
- Employer Mock Interviews
- Employer Information Sessions/Hall Tables
- On-Campus Interviews for Internship & Full-Time Positions
- Career Expos
- Interview Days
- Employer Panels
The Career Readiness Course is a one credit hour class designed to aid students with their career development and transition to the workforce. The program covers:
- Teambuilding, Leadership and Communication Skills
- Building Your Brand
- Networking and LinkedIn
- The Hidden Job Market
- Interviewing Skills and Professional Dress
- Targeted Resume and Cover Letters
The Career Readiness Course is offered in the Spring and Fall at the Warrensburg campus. You can enroll through MyCentral using course number UNIV 3000. You must earn an 85% in the class and turn in key assignments to obtain the certificate. After you successfully complete the program, the course will appear on your transcript, indicating to future employers that you actively prepared yourself for the workforce.
The Career Services Center is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). NACE provides information to faculty on the ethical and legal standards of student hiring.