Making Progress

Get Out There & Try Stuff!


If you’re not sure what you want to do, trying things can give you a better idea of what you like and don't like. Apply for an on-campus work opportunity, volunteer at a local community organization, or pursue an internship off-campus. The 3 steps below will prepare you to find the opportunity that's right for you

 

1.  Update Your
resume

See various sample resumes to ensure your resume is in alignment with industry standards.

Sample Resumes

 

 2.  Get An
Internship

The #1 experience employers are looking for in recent graduates is that they've had at least one internship.

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3.  Build your
Network

Attend a career event to connect with people who share your interests so you can grow your network.

Career Events

Other Ways to Get Experience

Work on Campus

On-campus jobs can be a great way to get professional experience in a flexible setting. These positions often allow you to support a specific department on-campus. Whether it's research, lab work, administration, or campus outreach, these are excellent ways to dip your toes into getting a professional experience.  

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Identity at work


CPDC is dedicated to celebrating and supporting all facets of a student’s identity. We also recognize that one’s intersectionality can also affect interests, and sometimes concerns related to career exploration. Click the link below to see career resources that are specific to your identities.

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