Need help researching careers?
Our Career Library has an extensive collection of information on:
- Career Planning
- Info by Major
- Employment Opportunities
- Graduate School Preparation
- Internship Info
We also have a collection of computers to give you internet access to the best job-searching websites and career-related material.
The Career Library is located within the main Career Services office, so just come on in during our office hours. A librarian is available to help you locate printed and online resources.
For online help, we recommend the following resources. We also have many of these resources available in print in the library.
For additional websites for finding a job, visit our Helpful Websites page.
OOH is put out by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and provides information about occupations. Use this website to research various careers and employment statistics.
Career OneStop is a resource that can help you identify occupational descriptions, job-searching tactics, education information, and position listings.
A site created by the US Department of Labor, containing thousands of occupational definitions to help match job seekers with jobs.
Interested in learning about graduate programs across the country? Check out Masters Degree Online. It has information on a variety of graduate programs to assist you in deciding which school to attend.
Mikel Cherduti, Senior Director, Media & Digital Marketing for Adobe, presented at our Career Cafe' on October 9, 2013 and shared some valuable information on gaining meaningful employment. Check it out!
Kyle Poll, Regional Manager of Sales with LinkedIn presented to students on March 19, 2014 and shared some great information on how to utilize LinkedIn more effectively. Feel free to check out the video!!
What Can I Do with My Major?
If information for your major isn't available, please contact your career counselor.
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