The mutual goal of both UDM faculty and the Career Education Center is student success. As a faculty member you provide UDM students with the knowledge and practical skills needed to meet the requirements for graduation.
The Career Education Center provides students with the techniques to market themselves and their degrees to employers.
By working together, faculty and the CEC can ensure the student’s transition to degree-related employment is as seamless as possible.
How can we help you?
Following are some of the services we offer:
- Career Advisors are available to advise students about job-search skills, salary, and employment trend information.
- Career expos/fairs provide excellent opportunities for UDM students to meet representatives from the companies in their industries of choice and establish a network of contacts.
- TitanCareerLink, the Career Education Center web site will help students research the employers beforehand and provide tips so they are prepared to effectively network with the employers.
- Practice Interviews - The best way to prepare for the job interview is to experience an "actual" interview. At the career center, employer volunteers provide constructive critique and offer advice about effective interview strategies.
- We'll bring the information to students— We specialize in providing presentations for UDM students and alumni, often in conjunction with student organizations, on a variety of career-related topics including resume writing, job-search strategies, and interviewing skills. In addition, we arrange presentations by professionals (many of them alumni), who can relate their experiences and how their major has helped them in their careers.
- We assist in identifying quality experiential education opportunities— Education through experience can be a vital part of a student's overall academic experience.