Career Services

Career Planning

The Office of Career Planning provides the opportunity for students to assess their career interests and explore the major programs and career fields that are best suited to their individual strengths through counseling, career classes, workshops, and career information resources. The office also provides academic advising for freshmen who are undeclared/undecided majors and currently enrolled students who are changing majors

Internships and Placement

Internships enable students to acquire “hands-on” experience related to their degree, increase their marketability for future job placement, and enhance their preparation for graduate and professional programs. Internship opportunities are available locally, regionally, and nationally.

The Center for Career & Professional Development offers students and alumni assistance with their internship and job search. The Center for Career & Professional Development offers assistance with résumé and cover letter writing, interview preparation, advice on employment issues, job search tips, and job trend information. The Center for Career & Professional Development invites employers of all industries to recruiting events such as job fairs, information sessions, mock interviews, class presentations, and on-campus interviews.

For additional information, e-mail or call 419-434-4665.

Student Employment

The Office of Student Employment offers assistance to students seeking part-time, temporary, or summer employment. Services offered include an online job posting service of on-campus and off-campus available positions, an online job referral system for on-campus positions, part-time and summer job fair offerings, professional skill building workshops, and assistance with community service work-study placement. Students interested in these services may log on to CA$H Network located on the Student Intranet accessed through the myFindlay site.