Access our Career Advising Resources

Partner with the Office of Career and Professional Development to chart your career journey.

Our advisors work with you at every stage of your career development:

  • Matching your interests, skills, values and personality traits to your career choices
  • Researching and preparing for potential professions
  • Developing career readiness competencies
  • Building a professional network
  • Preparing for the internship and job search process
  • Attending career/job fairs and networking events
  • Developing your personal brand (including LinkedIn profile reviews)
  • Review of resume, cover letter and personal statement documents
  • Offer evaluation and negotiation

Meeting With a Career Advisor

Schedule an Appointment

Our team offers scheduled appointments available in-person, by phone or virtually to assist you with a broad range of career management skills and activities, such a job search, resume reviews, interview prep, career exploration and more!

Academic Year Office Hours:

Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Click Here to Schedule an Appointment

Drop-In Advising

Stop by the Office of Career & Professional Development (1033 BIF) to have your quick questions answered, receive a resume review or discuss on offer you have received

    Drop-In Advising is held from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Monday - Friday, during the academic year.

    Drop-in Advising is not offered during finals week or in the summer.

    Ask a Career Advisor

    Have a quick question about your resume, about a job application, Handshake, or anything else?  Just message us! The Career and Professional Development team will get back to you in 1-2 business days.

    (Available to current, on-campus students only)

    Ask your question or upload a document here

    Consulting Case Training

    Our team of Consulting Case Interview Coaches are undergraduate students who have successfully recruited and placed at premier consulting firms. The coaches will work with you to familiarize you with the case style, mechanics, and overall problem solving skills.


      The Office of Career & Professional Development is committed to assisting students with making connections between their academic experience and career paths. We provide career-related advising, resources, and programs to help individuals discover their interests, values, and skills, explore careers and majors, develop skills through internships and experiential opportunities, and pursue their post-graduate goals.


      Knowing the potential paths is a key first step. Career exploration includes both the ability to identify and research potential career paths, and to thoroughly investigate your fit.  Through EXPLORE programming, students discover career options within the various business disciplines and clarify values, interests and strengths.

      Students will learn to:

      • Clarify their values, interests, strengths and skills
      • Articulate their career readiness and transferable skills
      • Identify and research a wide variety of career fields and opportunities


      Relationships are essential for a good life, a good career, and a successful business. In PREPARE programming, students learn how to build their network and clarify their goals by participating in events with alumni and organizations.

      Students will learn to:

      • Cultivate a professional network and engage in informational interviews
      • Gain experience and insights through job shadowing and internships. Evaluate the environmental fit of a variety of work settings and roles
      • Evaluate the environmental fit of a variety of work settings and roles


      Telling your story is an art. Being able to write and speak with impact so others will see the value is critical. IMPLEMENT programming focuses on personal branding and storytelling.

      Students will learn to:

      • Market themselves effectively to prospective employers (through written documents, online presence, and skillful interviews)
      • Identify and use relevant tools in the job search, including activating professional networks
      • Understand and plan for future educational pursuits (graduate school, professional credentials, professional development, etc.)