Career counseling

Career Counseling can help you:
  • Pinpoint vocational interests, personality preferences, and ideal work environments
  • Discuss your choice of major/career
  • Explore what you can do with your degree/major
  • Learn how to research different career fields, industries, and employers
  • Discover what an internship is, why you need one, and how to get one
  • Critique your resume
  • Develop networking skills
  • Learn how to work a career fair
  • Find out how you can make yourself a more qualified job candidate
  • Discuss what to expect in an interview
  • Participate in a “mock interview”
  • Plan and conduct an effective job search
  • Evaluate/negotiate salaries and job offers
  • Prepare for graduate and professional school applications & interviews”

CAREER ASSESSMENTS

Designed to help you:

  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses
  • Pinpoint your interests
  • Clarify your values
  • Identify possible career paths and majors

Both self-administered and counselor-assisted assessments are available at UCS. Talk to a counselor to determine which assessment is right for you. A nominal fee may be charged by credit or debit card only at the time of your apppointment.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH A CAREER COUNSELOR

Step 1: Log on to University Career Services

Step 2: Visit Contact UCS Staff page
Select and request an appointment with career counselor on the Contact UCS Staff page.

A link to the Contact UCS Staff page is located on the service menu bar right below UCS's website banner.

Request an appointment with a Career Counselor