Refer your Student to Career Services


Once you refer your student, they have access to the following opportunities!


Career and Major Exploration

  • Discuss  plans and ideas with a Career Counselor
  • Research  occupational and major information
  • Take  a career self-assessment
    • Choices
    • Other assessments can be recomended but may require a fee

Resume/Cover Letter Assistance

  • Receive  resources and feedback on how to get started: what to put  in and leave out,  formatting tips, and overall concepts that will help  write a first draft
  • Sit  down one-on-one with a Career Counselor for a resume, cover letter, and/or  curriculum vita review
  • Talk  with a Career Counselor about part-time/full-time job  search strategies,  networking, negotiation, company information, and  more
  • Register on Career Connector

Career Counseling

  • Schedule  an appointment to discuss career transitions, decisions, and resources with a Career Counselor
  • Talk  with a Career Peer Advisor (supervised peer to peer student) who is well prepared to discuss career,  academic, and personal/social issues.

International  Students’ Career Services

News and Events

Career Shift #1 Job searching tool

Mock Interviews!

State-Wide Annual Job Fair

Contact Us

Contact Us

Hours: Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Garden Level of Mary Lyon Hall
(603) 535-2336

Erik Pavesic
Career Counselor

Program Support Specialist