Faculty Resources

One of the most important components of career preparedness is the relationship students have with faculty. Faculty are a source of advice and experience, have access to networking and industry contacts, and can be strong mentors. The Career Center works with faculty to bridge the gap from student to professional.


Integrate career prep into the classroom
  • Incorporate employer presentations during class
  • Promote campus career activities
  • Utilize Career Center presentations in class
    Resumes & Cover Letters • Interview Prep • Career Fair Prep • Professional Etiquette • Financial Literacy

Build meaningful relationships with students through mentoring

Promote internships during advising

Advising Timeline - Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior

Advising Timeline

Discuss how and when an academic internship fits into the degree program.

Advise students to find work experiences relevant to their future career.

Assist students in building resume content.

Encourage students to prepare for their internship 6-12 months in advance by researching internship companies, attending career fair events, and having resume reviewed at Career Center.

Advise students to complete the Intent To Intern Form on Career Center webpage one semester prior to internship.

Emphasize staying connected with the Career Center for internship deadlines and responsibilities.