Need to meet with a career counselor and short on time?
We will have drop-in sessions in the Watt Family Innovation Center Room 102
On these select Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm:
February 23, March 2, 9, 16, 30, and April 16.
No appointment necessary, just come right in!
Take a study break and meet with a career counselor!
We will have drop-in sessions in Cooper Library near the Brown Room
Tuesday's from 1:30 pm to 3:45 pm
No appointment necessary, just come right up to our table!
Have an interview? Need an outfit? Come browse the Career Closet and find that outfit you need! Click here for more information.
The Cooperative Education Program offers a structured academic engaged-learning experience to undergraduate students. For over 100 years, Cooperative Education has been a premier engaged-learning program. Clemson’s program is a traditional co-op program with each student’s experience being monitored by the program’s academic staff. Please take a look at our program and if you would like more information, do not hesitate to contact us!
The Michelin Career Center serves both students and employers through a variety of services. We offer students, in all stages of their education, career counseling and assessments, resume and cover letter reviews, information workshops, job search advice and more. Students and employers can take advantage of our on-line recruiting system, ClemsonJobLink, for job postings, on-campus interviews, company information sessions and career fairs.
Internships provide a great opportunity for students to gain work experience and make connections with professionals in their field prior to graduating. Student engagement is one of Clemson University’s areas of investment and to meet this goal Clemson has expanded its internship and co-op programs with the addition of the UPIC program. Whether Co-op, off-campus internship, or on-campus UPIC internship or co-op, we look forward to working with both the employer and the student to develop a unique opportunity of learning, professional development and productivity.
Meet us at the Starbucks at Core to get feedback on your resume, cover letter, personal statement, or any other professional documents that you are working on! We will be joined by career center counselors to assist you for 15-20 minutes and critique your document(s). We will also cover your coffee from Starbucks!
Please drop-in anytime between 8:30-11!
This workshop will help you organize your summer experiences and develop your competencies for professional growth. Consider attending if you need some pointers for what you can do to increase your skills, boost your resume and plan for your next steps!
This meeting will be held virtually using Zoom. The meeting link will be sent to your email closer to the workshop date.
What do employers and graduate/professional schools really want? They are searching for candidates who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitude (a.k.a. competency) necessary for success in their respective environments. This session will help students understand the sought-after core competencies and learn how to clearly articulate the depth of their experiences throughout the job search process, including writing a resume and preparing for an interview.
A Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the presentation.
If you are interested in building your own business or potentially pursuing your own entrepreneurial dreams, please attend this session to learn more from Sharde Young, owner of Sweet Pop Candy Shop. Learn more about what to consider and do before launching your business (i.e., time management/goal setting/etc). Discuss resources such as the Small Business Administration and the Small Business Development Center to help get you started!
It might take you 30 hours to work on your resume, but an employer will take less than 30 seconds to review it. We will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see in a resume for both content as well as layout!
Online via Zoom
Once you RSVP the Zoom meeting link will be sent to your email.
This program is designed to help faculty and staff further enhance student career development through learning and discussion of theories, core competencies, and other helpful resources.
Benefits of Attending:
• Gain understanding of Career Development Model and theories.
• Learn the basics of Core Competencies and Counseling Helping Skills to further help students.
• Discover the resources the Center for Career and Professional Development has to offer.
• Engage in discussions and activities that will help you identify ways you are already helping your students.
• Leave with tools and resources to use in your future discussions with students about their career development.
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Meet us at the Starbucks at Core to get feedback on your resume, cover letter, personal statement, or any other professional documents that you are wo...
This workshop will help you organize your summer experiences and develop your competencies for professional growth. Consider attending if you need so...
What do employers and graduate/professional schools really want? They are searching for candidates who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitude...