The Student Services provides comprehensive programs and services to promote the academic and social potential of all students within a context that honors each student's cultural and intellectual diversity. Student Services professionals are student advocates who work in partnership with other educators, parents/guardians, and community organizations to support the academic and social needs of all students throughout their high school career and help each student prepare for their lives after high school.
The Career Management Center for Career Development will connect you with leading companies that are searching for highly skilled, market-ready individuals prepared to take on the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. Our offices help undergraduate and graduate students seek positions where their refined technical, analytical and communication skills can best be put to use.
Knowing how to conduct an internship or job search is key to landing the opportunity you want. Through one-on-one career counseling and group seminars, students acquire effective job search skills designed to complement their successful in-classroom experiences. Writing an effective resume, preparing for a career fair and acing the interview are just some of the topics addressed by career center staff.
Internships allow students to gain real-world experience, while giving employers a chance to identify future talent. Students are encouraged to participate in one or more internships before they graduate, demonstrating to employers high standards of excellence. These professional experiences give students an edge over the competition and have the potential to turn into full-time opportunities following graduation.