Try taking FOCUS2, or the MBTI, to learn what makes you distinct and how these interest and strengths can translate into a career.
Explore Our Online and Print Resources
Search our website to explore your personal interests, abilities and values; find other resources to help you explore various career paths such as our Major Sheets. Visit us in Math/Psychology room 201 to investigate career related books, magazines, and resources.
View our career event calendar to check out the breakdown of programs such as Dependable Strengths, Career Month events in the spring, and the Inside Scoop series.
Prepare for Success
Whether you are looking for a full-time job or internship, or preparing for graduate school, the Career Center sponsors events throughout the year to help prepare you for success. Check out the Internship Success Conference, Senior Success Seminar, and our career fairs to obtain valuable insider information.
Learn how to conduct informational interviews and find interesting occupations in the process. Check out the UMBC Alumni-Student Networking Group on LinkedIn to connect to great UMBC alumni who want to help.
Major-specific career advisors are ready to help you tailor your resume, and create a job or internship strategy. Schedule an appointment with a career advisor to get answers to your internship and job search questions.
If you find an internship, co-op, or research experience, let us know. We can help you enroll in the PRAC course and, potentially, earn academic credit for your experience.
Search and apply for on-campus interview opportunities in UMBCworks by the stated deadlines. Employers will visit UMBC to interview you for full-time career opportunities and internships. Don’t forget to sign up for an interview time in UMBCworks if you are selected to interview.
Each semester, UMBC hosts multiple career fairs and networking events with employers from all over the area. Don’t miss these opportunities to connect with employers who want to hire students like you!
Attend our Graduate School 101 seminars to learn more about navigating the graduate school application process.
This guide is full of relevant topics, including: writing a personal statement, standardized exams, letters of recommendations, how to fund grad school, how to research programs and degrees, plus much more.
Career advisors are ready to help you create a CV for careers in academia and research and assist with your job search. All the services and resources we offer are open to you. Come meet with us today.