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We want to
provide you with the best career resources and training possible, to prepare
you to enter any competitive research or scientific field, including those
- green technology
- natural resource management
- physical science
- mathematics and statistics
- medical research
There are many
ways to get a jump start on your career, even while in school:
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year, employers come to campus to recruit students through:
- job fairs
These events not only open doors to employment after
graduation, but can direct you to potential undergraduate internships as well.
The College also offers resume writing and interview workshops each semester.
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Resources and tips Read more
Prepare for the work
completed your education, acquired additional skills through undergraduate
internships, and are ready to take your place in the workforce. In a
competitive workforce it is important to have a professional cover letter and
resume and strong interviewing skills so you can show your future employer that
you are right for the job.
Now it’s time to
take the next step.
of videos includes information on:
- writing resumes
- cover letters and thank-you notes
- top interviewing mistakes
- interview dress
- career fairs
- career center benefits
- advice from recent graduates
Searching for jobs
Searching for a job can be time-intensive. To make the most of your
time, you should:
- start early
- use a variety of online sources to
- learn what your peers did to find a
- take the time to explore job titles
and descriptions – some companies may be looking for scientists but list
positions using other titles such as engineer or product developer
Interviewing resources and tips
How do you ace an interview? How much is your education and experience worth? Be prepared
for any questions and any negotiations.
yourself short. Research the typical compensation for employees with similar
education and work experience before accepting any job offer at CareerOneStop.
Our students can participate in research on a variety of topics. Past projects
- forest restoration
- wind mapping and alternative energy
- the study of pathogens and genomes
Use your research
- gain exceptional hands-on experience
- prepare for the workforce and future
- demonstrate your commitment to
advancing sustainability initiatives or to improving our communities