The Career Development Center (CDC) provides assistance to JU students seeking help with career-related decisions and career planning. Specifically students can visit the CDC for help with:
  • Choosing / Changing a major
  • Researching graduate or professional school
  • Determining a career path
  • Identifying internship opportunities, part-time and full-time employment opportunities
  • Interview preparation
  • Job search strategies
  • Resume / Cover Letter / C.V./ Personal Statement critiquing
  • All other career concerns

Career Development Services
Student services and programs are provided to encourage students to explore their interests and values early in an effort to identify possibilities to develop skills in and knowledge in their chosen career path. Specific programs and services include:

  • Drop-in career consulting
  • Confidential, individual career counseling
  • Mock-interviewing

Employer Recruitment Services
The CDC also provides assistance to regional and national employers seeking to recruit JU students for employment and internship opportunities. The CDC creates opportunities for students to engage with employers and manages the portal for employers to connect with JU students and alumni, “Fin Connect.” Over 250 employers recruit at JU through:

  • PHIN Connect (JU online employment database and career management system)
  • Annual Spring Career Fair
  • On-Campus Recruitment program (OCR) – including interviews, information sessions and other events.

For more information, contact the CDC: