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Career Fairs and Events – Attend University-wide career fairs and more than 10 industry-specific events hosted annually by Career Services.
CareerShift – Explore the comprehensive job search management system, provided by Career Services (access code: wvsenior) to find additional career opportunities. Login to CareerShift.
Choose a Major – Meet with a career development specialist equipped with state of the art technology and training to assist in making a well informed decision about a major.
Credential Services – Obtain assistance collecting and disseminating confidential faculty recommendations and transcripts for graduate school applications.
Graduate School Advising – Receive guidance relative to applying to graduate school, polishing your personal statement, and identify schools that will help you achieve your academic and professional goals.
Internship and Job Search – Get help developing a strategy to find opportunities locally and nationally.
MountaineerTRAK – Visit WVU’s premier site for searching internship, part-time and full-time employment opportunities. Students can also sign up for on-campus interviews and learn about career fairs and professional development events.
On-Campus Interviews – Apply for interviews on MountaineerTRAK or by speaking directly to recruiters at career fairs and other on campus events. Employers from diverse industries conduct on-campus interviews throughout the academic year.
Personal and Professional Assessment – Take career assessments offered, including FOCUS2 (access code: mountaineer), to help you explore majors and career paths, and determine which career directions might prove rewarding for you as an individual. Login to FOCUS2.
Personalized Career Coaching– Meet one-on-one with a career development specialist to discuss anything career related, including career exploration, job and internship search strategies, career assessments, and interview preparation.
Practice Interviews – Sharpen your interview skills with a practice interview with a career development specialist, who will provide feedback on strengths and weaknesses.
Professional Development Workshops – We offer several student outreach presentation topics that we have found most beneficial to our students. Request customized presentations for your organization, fraternity/sorority, residence hall floor, or class.
Resume and Cover Letter Reviews – Get help from our career development specialists creating and reviewing your resumes and cover letters.
Workforce Recruitment Program – Check out the Federal program providing recruitment opportunities to highly motivated students with disabilities eager to prove their abilities in the workplace.