Job Changing and Transition
Transitioning to a new job or career field can be an exciting but challenging time. If you are changing careers, or even considering it, one of the first steps is to do a thorough self-assessment and then explore your career options.
We’re here to help! We offer career counseling, self-assessments, resume and CV critiques, practice interviews, career fairs, and access to Handshake for employment opportunities. Stop by the Career Center (Math/Psych, Room 201) or call 410-455-2216 for an appointment. You can also make an appointment online through Handshake.
Below you will find information about all of the tools and resources we have available to assist you with this important process:
Gain Knowledge About Your Strengths, Skills and Interests
Gain Knowledge About Careers That Interest You
Thinking about creating a resume that paints a picture of the “new” you? Or do you need to write a personal statement for application to graduate school?
Below you will find information that can help you prepare these important documents:
Programs, Workshops, and Events
If your new career requires an advanced degree, and you are thinking about pursuing graduate education or professional school, our Grad School 101 seminar is the event to attend. It can help guide you through the challenges and put a plan in motion.
Networking is noted as one of the most successful ways of finding a job.
Below you will find information that can help you build a strong network of professional contacts:
Further Education: Professional Development, Certification Preparation
Below you will find helpful information about furthering your education in order to gain relevant professional skills: