Preparing for life after graduation is part of every year of your undergraduate experience. You may be planning to continue your education or you may want to start your career immediately. Your navigator will have career planning in mind and is an ideal resource, but know that we have other programs and support to get you through each step.
- Career assessment tools can help you see your strength and decide the path you'd like to take.
- Wondering if your job search is on track or what you should be doing at this point in your academic career? We have drop-in hours with staff members on call to help with general questions, resume writing, internship, co-op and practicum questions.
- Case Western Reserve offers an online career tool called Handshake, used by a numbers universities, to connect students with employers. Much more than a job board, Handshake helps you network and build your own professional profile.
- Career Center staff, fellow students and alumni can also help you hone your skills and serve as a sounding board. We work to help students network with alumni and build skills through mock interviews and more.