Career Management Program: Early Career
The first few years out of college can be exciting and full of challenges. As you transition from college student to professional, the Career Center is here to assist you in making meaningful connections so you can grow in your profession or take in a new path in life. Our services and programs are designed to help young alumni adjust to the ever changing employment landscape.
Resume, cover letter review, and mock interviews:
Not sure if your resume and cover letter are in the best shape they could be? We will work with you and provide feedback to ensure you are marketing yourself effectively to employers. We also offer the opportunity to meet one on one and conduct a mock interview to help you identify strengths and make improvements in your interviewing style.
Contact the Career Center to make an appointment.
Today's job market can lead recent graduates all over the world for employment. In conjunction with the Alumni Office we offer the chance to speak with alumni in the area that you are looking to move to. You can find out about the job market there, best places to live, and services offered in those areas. Contact the Career Center for more information.
Career Panels and Networking Receptions
Industry-specific Career Panels are held each fall and spring. During these events, career professionals, including alumni and friends of the college, share their insight about industry trends, advice on entering their field, and information on career paths within their profession. Following the panel presentations, students and alumni have the opportunity to speak informally with panelists and participants at a networking reception.
Life After Endicott
Graduating from college is a very exciting time, but also brings unique challenges. To assist graduating students and recent graduates make a successful transition from student to professional, the Career Center offers programs and resources. more
In addition to web resources, the Career Center offers:
- Directories of graduate programs in the US and internationally
- Guides on preparing for the:
- GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test),
- LSAT (Law School Admission Test),
- GRE (Graduate Record Examination), and
- MAT (Miller Analogies Test)
- Guides on financing your graduate study
- In-depth information on specific areas of graduate study, including Psychology, Environmental Programs, Human Resource Management, and other subjects
- Catalogs from many graduate schools
http://www.petersons.com Listing and description of Graduate Programs and Institutions.
http://www.gradschools.com Extensive information and advise in preparing for and applying to graduate school
http://www.ets.org Educational Testing Service. This site provides overview of several Graduate Entrance and Praxis Exams. Includes insight into computer-based testing of GRE.
http://www.review.com Princeton Review Information on the graduate school application process, along with the ability to search for programs.
http://www.gre.org Information on taking the Graduate Record Exam
http://www.mba.com Information on applying to MBA programs and taking the GMAT
Skills and Personality Assessment:
The Career Center offers assessments through TypeFocus Careers. TypeFocus allows you to do a self-assessment of your personality, skills, interests, and values to explore potential career options. If you are interested in taking this assessment contact the Career Center to get started.
There are many websites available to assist you in your job search. We have compiled a list of sites by field that that we believe are useful to our alumni. Links and Resources