Individual career counseling appointments are available for: interest/personality assessment, major/career selection, occupational research, résumé writing/critique, cover letter writing/critique, interview skills training, job fair preparation, business etiquette review, strategic job search planning, etc.
The Career Center offers information about current job fairs, including employer listings and job fair preparation. This year's Job Fair will be held on April 9, 2015.
The Career Center will offer various workshops throughout the academic year. You can sign up for upcoming workshops with this form.
Current part-time, full-time, and internship opportunities are posted in the Career Center, on the Career Center bulletin board outside room B220, and throughout campus.
Students and alumni are encouraged to make individual appointments to have their résumé critiqued and sharpen their interviewing skills. Students can contact us with questions they have about their résumés or the interview process. If you need to create a résumé and/or cover letter and need assistance, please make an appointment to visit the Career Center located in Berks Hall Room 220.
Visiting employers set up information tables in the Berks Hall cafeteria. Check the Career Center bulletin board for listings of upcoming recruiter visits.
The Career Center library is a resource area where students can gather career information. Pamphlets, reference guides, books, and the Internet are available to assist students with career exploration and job searching.
Career Decision Making, Résumé Writing and Interviewing, and Professionalism on the Job are courses offered throughout the year.
Students wishing to research Berks County area internships, summer jobs, and the like are encouraged to check out BerksWorks at http://www.berksworks.org/.