Internal RMU Content

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Career Coaching

Career Coaches are available to facilitate the process of exploring academic major and career options based on your interests, skills, and values. The Career Center is organized on a school-specific model, with one career coach who focuses on each school or department at the university. To make an appointment with your career coach, please call the Career and Professional Development Center.

Building Your Future (Four Year Plan)

Career planning is a process that requires time to examine your interests, skills, and values. "Building Your Future: A Career Planning Guide for Students" outlines specific activities you should consider each year in order to choose a career path and develop the skills employers seek.

Interest Inventory

The office also offers an interest inventory that assesses your interests in detail and suggests specific career paths you may want to consider. If you would like to take an interest inventory, please call the Career and Professional Development Center for an appointment.

Informational Interviewing

Talking with someone in a field that interests you can help you gain realistic and current information about an occupation, make choices about your career goals, and gain specific internship and job search tips. Please read our Informational Interviewing Tip Sheet for more details.

Career Tip Sheets

The Career and Professional Development Center hasĀ tip sheets which provide helpful tips and advice on a range of subjects such as job search strategies, job fair preparation, interviewing, government job search, and Veteran job search assistance.

Career Resource Guides

The Career and Professional Development Center has resource guides for each major on campus. These guides are an excellent starting point for career exploration and provide information on the following: career options, typical job titles, related periodicals, professional associations, employment websites, relevant student groups on campus, salary data, and names of organizations where students in your major have completed internships or received full-time positions.