Career Services assists students and alumni with major and career exploration, internship strategizing, career planning, and graduate school preparation.
You’ve made it through years of college, degree in hand, the last thing you want to ask is “now what.” Throughout your academic years, you’ll have access to career workshops and events as well as career fairs designed to connect you with prospective employers.
It’s a process, and you’ll need to begin early and take ownership of your career decisions, but you won’t be going it alone.
“We’ll help you write your resumes, your cover letters and your personal statements,” says Dan Presson, director of Career Services. “We’re going to help you with mock interviewing skills so you can polish those interview skills before you go in to that interview. And, we’re going to help you find that job, whether or not it’s a part-time job, an internship, or a full-time job. We work with students and alumni across the United States.” Career Services also maintains a range of online career resources including Handshake, Southeast’s online job search service. This site lists internships, part-time and full-time positions.
Your education is your path to doing what you’ve always dreamed of. Career Services is the tour guide! Connect with Career Services now to snag that internship, launch your career, or prep for grad school!
Office of Career Services
Academic Hall 057
Regular: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Mon - Fri)
*Spring Break/Summer Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.