Our faculty members can take advantage of the Center for Career & Professional Development's Services.
Through collaboration, we are better able to equip students for meaningful lives and productive careers. We welcome the opportunity to partner with you in a wide variety of ways, including (but not limited to) class presentations, events, bringing employers to campus, establishing new employer partnerships.
Our previous presentation topics have included: Resumes, Job/Internship Search, Professionalism, LinkedIn, Interviewing, Branding, Salary Negotiation, and more.
Do you know who your CCPD liaison is?
- College of Business and College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences → Seth Butler ([email protected] | x5876)
- College of Pharmacy, College of Health Professions, Computer Science, and Environment, Health, Safety (EHS) and Sustainability → Brad Hammer ([email protected] | x6992) or Alexis Binder ([email protected] | x5873)
- College of Education and College of Sciences (minus Computer Science and EHS and Sustainability) → Cindy Strathman ([email protected] | x5875)
Your CCPD liaison is who your students work within our office and who would also likely be the one visiting your classroom for presentations (unless otherwise requested/noted).
We also invite you to incorporate our events into your syllabi whenever possible and appropriate. Our events include job fairs, networking opportunities, workshops, and mock interviews. Additionally, we are more than happy to sit down and brainstorm ideas with you.
Do you know of a student participating in an internship?
Please encourage them to report the experience through our office. Regardless of whether or not the internship is for academic credit, or paid/unpaid, registering the internship opens up their eligibility to be nominated by their supervisor for the Intern of the Year award (which comes with a $500 cash prize).
Speaking of internships…Are you a Faculty Internship Adviser?
As a faculty member advising students' internship experiences, we advise abiding by our Best Practices. In addition, all students reporting internships through our office will sign their Internship Agreement. We encourage you to have your for-credit interns utilize our Time Log to verify hours worked and to stay informed of progress/issues in a timely manner.