Career Resources

Major & Career Exploration

Undecided on a major or on a career path within your major? The Career Services Center has a number of resources which may help with deciding on a career path and getting started on that path.

FOCUS 2:  Will help give you a complete picture of your interests, values, personality, skills, and leisure activities using self assessment questionnaires, interest inventories, and personality testing.

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook. What is the outlook for your career?

O*NET:Occupational Information Network. Find occupations using keywords or use a list of your skills to find matching occupations

Michigan Labor Market Information:  Prepares employment outlook by careers. This is a great way explore the demand in the work force and wage information.

What Can I Do with this Major?  Learn about careers available for different majors

Career One Stop: Describes skills and job duties for multiple occupations and employment outlooks in regional and national context.


Resumes & Cover Letters

Resumes and cover letters are some of the most critical tools on a job search. This page presents some brief advice on writing a resume or cover letter. For additional assistance, students and alumni can seek assistance from the staff of Careers Services Staff.

How to Write a Resume
Resume Writing Tips
Resume Dos & Don’ts
Cover Letter Tips


Interviewing for a job can be a challenging process, but you can avoid the stress and worry by preparing beforehand.

Common Interview Questions
Tips for Interview Success 


It’s never too early to start networking. And if you want a job when you complete your diploma, you’ve got to know people in the industry in which you want to work.

6 Ways to Network While You Are in College