We’ve created a wealth of resources to assist you in your career development, including how-to guides, samples, and advice on resumes, cover letters, negotiating, interviewing, and more! Use these pages to learn essential tips and strategies to help you navigate your job or internship search.

Summer is here! CCE will continue operating both in-person and virtually. Whether you’re on or off campus this summer, CCE is here to help you no matter where you are in your career journey.

There are many resources available to you through CCE. Check out some of them below.

At the Center for Career Education, our team is here to support your journey. We invite you to partner with us as you navigate your career path.

Your resume or CV is often a hiring manager’s first point of contact with you. Resumes and CVs represent you on paper, and showcase why you’re right for a position. A resume is a...
Why are cover letters important, and how can you write them well? Use our resources to learn how to structure your cover letter, determine what to include, and connect your experience to the employer...
Networking is the process of making connections and building relationships. These connections provide you with knowledge, information, and additional contacts—all of which can help you tap into unadvertised job or internship opportunities.
Negotiation is a fundamental part of business. During the hiring process alone, you will find yourself negotiating your starting salary, the scope of your job responsibilities, your benefits package and more.
Like any skill, interviewing is something that can be improved with practice. Check out the resources we’ve put together to help you ace your next interview.
Starting a new job and interested in learning how to make the most of your time in the role? Or did you recently complete a position and are trying to make sense of how the experience could shape...
Whether you are new to the world of work or have years of experience behind you, determining your next career move can be a challenging process. Check out our tips for taking the next step in your career, from developing your professional brand or getting a promotion to re-entering the workforce or transitioning into a new industry.
Depending on your goals, graduate school may be a means to further pursue your academic or research interests, prepare to enter a field of work, or advance your career. These resources will help you...

Below, you will find customized job search resources only available to students and alumni we serve.

By clicking on the links below, you may log-in with your UNI and password to gain access to these top-level career resources. Normally, these are fee-based services. However, we have partnered with these external agencies to offer them to you for FREE! 

This is only accessible to students and alumni of the following schools: