Seniors - What can we do for you especially in today's economy?
The Career Development Center (CDC) offers a number of services to assist graduating seniors with their career goals. Whether you are planning to attend graduate school or enter the job market, the Career Development Center can help. You should utilize as many services as possible to assist you with your career planning and develop alternate ways to utilize your skills and academic background. Be open to new opportunities and employment options that are available.
- On-Campus Recruiting - Each fall and spring semester employers with available employment opportunities come to campus to interview interested candidates on a one-to-one basis.
- Info Sessions/Workshops - Info sessions and workshops are offered on a regular basis throughout the academic year. Topics include Resume Writing, Interviewing, Job Search Strategies, as well as time sensitive issues such as How to Make the Most of a Career Fair.
- Etiquette Dinner - Our eighth annual Etiquette Dinner was held on October 9th, 2012. Students learned professional etiquette and business dining tips in a fun and informative program.
- Job Listings - Full-time professional jobs are posted on our on-line job posting system College Central.
- Career Fair - Each spring the Career Development Center sponsors a Career Fair with over 50 employers participating. This year's Career Fair will be held on April 10th from 1-4:30pm. In addition, the Career Development Center has information on other Career Fairs in the area. For more information contact the CDC at (203) 837-8263.
- Career Library Resources - The Career Development Center maintains a Career Library that contains information useful in the graduate school/job search process. Samples of information found in the Career Library includes:
- Career Information
- Graduate School Information
- Directories of employers in various industries
- Salary surveys and information
- Job Choices Guides- Graduating seniors can utilize the on-line version of Job Choices, which provide vital information on the job search process as well as organizations looking to hire college graduates. Job Choices Guides are available electronically on the front page of the CDC website.