Services for Degree Completion, Graduate and Seminary Students

As an adult student in the degree completion, graduate or seminary program, Career Services recognizes that you are unique. You are not beginning the career development process but are somewhere in the middle. Résumés, cover letters and interviews are not new to you, but you still may have questions: "What kind of job is right for me?" "What types of careers can I enter with my degree?" "How do I go about finding a job in a new field?"

The Career Services Center (CSC) offers a variety of services to help you in personal assessment and career development. Much information is available online, while some is administered through our office. Working through the process with a career counselor is the best option and ensures that you will be fully informed about the career choices you make.

The process is divided into four steps for ease of use. However, because of your unique position as an adult student, we realize you may not need to complete each step.

Interested in changing your career?

  1. Self-Assessment - discover your interests, personality style, values and skills
  2. Career Exploration - gather information on potential careers and/or graduate school
  3. Career Experience - intern in your chosen field
  4. Job Search - develop a resume, practice interviewing and find an opening