Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Career Services. Interest assessments for students who are not sure what career paths suit them best. Internship/practicum assistance Job search."— Presentation transcript:
Interest assessments for students who are not sure what career paths suit them best. Internship/practicum assistance Job search resources for all position types Resume & letter writing skills & critiques Interview skills and soft skills training Career fairs & networking opportunities available to all students Programming to assure career success
DUCareerNET Exclusive job postings for full, part-time, internship, work study, seasonal and temp positions Upload resumes and opt in to resume books so employers can search for you! Over 4000 registered employers across the state and country! Mentors to grow your professional skills
Web-based mock interview practice system Select your interview questions, record your answers and review your performance. Review the quality of your answers, your posture, nervousness, your Ums and Ahs… Share this video with your career services coordinator for feedback on how to improve your interview skills
Workshops, Events & Fairs We want to know you personally through 1:1 appointments. Make yours early. Visit us often. We offer workshops & events to help you network, develop as a professional and learn more about your career field Studies show that students who utilize their career services office early and often have a 40% greater success in gaining employment in their chosen career.
We are available at all DU campuses! Mid-Michigan Alma & Saginaw: Sarah McAlpine Caro & Flint: Tanya Primeau Midland : John Jones Southeast Michigan Livonia : Paul Jones Warren: Nic Shabro Director – East: Jennifer Bowden West Michigan Battle Creek & Kalamazoo: Linda Lamorandier Grand Rapids: Deb Fraser Brian Lassiter Brandi Lydy Shari Watanabe Holland, Traverse City & Gaylord: Kristin Garris Lansing Campus: Tami Nykamp Director – West: Gail Beausoleil Executive Director – Shelley Lowe